Posted on 18 February 2013
February witnessed an important new development for the popular New Perspectives in South Asian History series, published by Orient BlackSwan. A number of titles in the range are now available to download as ebooks. At present, this includes Rajib Dasgupta’s book Urbanising Cholera: The Social Determinants of Its Re-emergence, and William Muraskin’s book Polio Eradication and Its Discontents. Download information is available via the links embedded in the titles above, as well as at Orient BlackSwan’s website.
The New Perspectives in South Asian History series publishes monographs and other writings on early modern, modern and contemporary history, with volumes in the series covering new ground across broad a broad spectrum of subjects including cultural, environmental, medical, military and political history. More information on the series is available via the Centre for Global Health Histories’ Publications page and Orient BlackSwan’s website.
The Centre for Global Health Histories houses the editorial office for the New Perspectives in South Asian History series. Please check the Centre’s news page periodically for news and updates on the series.
If you are planning to write a book and would like it to be considered for inclusion in the New Perspectives in South Asian History series, please contact one of the following people: Professor Sanjoy Bhattacharya, Dr Niels Brimnes, Dr Veenu Luthria. See www.orientblackswan.com for sales information.