David Lelyveld explores the nature of Muslim cultural identity in nineteenth century India and the changes it underwent through colonial rule. This book shows how one institution, The Mohammadan Anglo Oriental College, with its founders and early students mediated these changes during the first 25 years of its existence, and evolved methods of adapting to the challenges of colonialism and nationalism.
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David Lelyveld is Dean of Students at Columbia University.
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