- Title Pages
- Founding Editor’s Introduction
- Chapter One Tod as an observer of landscape in Rajasthan and Gujarat
- Chapter Two Tod as anthropologist
- Chapter Three Tod’s practice of science in India
- Chapter Four Tod’s use of Romanticism in his textual constructions of Rajasthan and Gujarat
- Chapter Five Tod’s Romantic approach as opposed to James Mill’s Utilitarian approach to British government in India
- Chapter Six Tod’s knowledge exchanges with his contemporaries in India
- Chapter Seven Tod among his contemporaries in London, 1823–35
- Appendix I Thirteen letters from James Tod (and Patrick Waugh), between early 1820 and late 1822, to Maharana Bheem Singh of Mewar
- Appendix II Tod’s Memorandum on the Mirs of Sind, IOR MSS EUR E 293/35 (9 folios)
- Appendix III Tod’s Memorandum on the Tribal Mhairs of Mhairwarra, IOR MSS EUR E 293/47 (22 folios)
- Appendix IV James Tod’s Last Will and Testament, deposited by him with his solicitors on 11 August 1834, PRO/B/11/1857, folios 31–3
- Knowledge, mediation and empire
- Manchester University Press
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