Al-Hind: The Making of the Indo-Islamic World, Vol. 2, The Slave Kings and the Islamic Conquest, 11th-13th Centuries

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Andre Wink, Ph.D., Leiden (1984) is Professor of History at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He is the author of Land and Sovereignty in India (1986) and Al-Hind: The Making of the Indo-Islamic World, Volume I, Early Medieval India and the Expansion of Islam 7th-11th centuries (1990), as well as numerous articles.

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'..".an splendid (and much needed) project which is setting Indian history within a global context and revolutionizing our view of the Indo-Islamic world.
Peter Jackson, "Royal Asiatic Society, 1998.
Reviews from Vol.1:
'"Wink's innovative approach is extremely valuable for its successful integration of the history of India into a wider political, economic, and cultural context, thereby challenging the parochialism that has been the hallmark of Indian studies until recent times...The range of sources used by Wink is most impressive.'
F. Ahmad, "Choice, 1991.
'..".gut dokumentiert und mit einem ausgezeichneten Literaturverzeichnis versehen.'
Burchard Brentjes, "Deutsche Literaturzeitung, 1992.
'..".donne des pays bordant le nord de l'ocian Indien une image nouvelle et dynamique.'
Monique Kervran, "Bulletin critique des annales islamologiques, 8.
'"Neither Islamicist nor Indologist can ignore this pivotal study.'
Catherine Asher, "MESA Bulletin, 1991.
'"Wink has resolved and closed many historical gaps in Asian history'
Peter Burns, "Australian Library Review, 1992.
'..".the book fills a gap in the history of North-Western and Peninsular India'
Mohammad Saber Khan, "Muslim World, 1992.
'..".promises to be a classic on the Islamic encounter with the lands bordering the Indian Ocean...'
Richard M. Eaton, "The Journal of Asian Studies, 1994.
'..".a fascinating and convincing new approach to the question...It can broaden the mind and the horizon of the so-called specialists who are too specialized to realize the global, or in this case the Eurasian historical and economic context of their meticulous studies.'
Stephan Conermann, "Journalof the Economic and Social History of the Orient, 1993.
'"In many areas his comparative almost global, approach raises new questions, and brings new insights.'
M.N. Pearson, "South Asia, 1992.
'..".the volume offers many new interpretations that are important and provocative. Above all, Wink correctly sees the formation of the Indo-Islamic world as a world-historical process that can be understood only within the framework of Afro-Eurasian history.'
Richard M. Eaton, "The International History Review, 1998.
'"This is a book with a Gibbonian sweep, a work of deep learning, leisured pace, and sound judgement. There are marvelous felicities ot be found whenever Wink digresses along paths which he finds intellectually stimulating and potentially fruitful.'
Gaving R.G. Hambly, "The Journal of Asian Studies, 1999.
'."..an splendid (and much needed) project which is setting Indian history within a global context and revolutionizing our view of the Indo-Islamic world." Peter Jackson, "Royal Asiatic Society," 1998. Reviews from Vol.1: '"Wink's innovative approach is extremely valuable for its successful integration of the history of India into a wider political, economic, and cultural context, thereby challenging the parochialism that has been the hallmark of Indian studies until recent times...The range of sources used by Wink is most impressive."' F. Ahmad, "Choice," 1991. '."..gut dokumentiert und mit einem ausgezeichneten Literaturverzeichnis versehen."' Burchard Brentjes, "Deutsche Literaturzeitung," 1992. '."..donne des pays bordant le nord de l'ocean Indien une image nouvelle et dynamique."' Monique Kervran, "Bulletin critique des annales islamologiques, 8." '"Neither Islamicist nor Indologist can ignore this pivotal study."' Catherine Asher, "MESA Bulletin," 1991. '"Wink has resolved and closed many historical gaps in Asian history "' Peter Burns, "Australian Library Review," 1992. '."..the book fills a gap in the history of North-Western and Peninsular India "' Mohammad Saber Khan, "Muslim World," 1992. '."..promises to be a classic on the Islamic encounter with the lands bordering the Indian Ocean..."' Richard M. Eaton, "The Journal of Asian Studies," 1994. '."..a fascinating and convincing new approach to the question...It can broaden the mind and the horizon of the so-called specialists who are too specialized to realize the global, or in this case the Eurasian historical and economic context of their meticulous studies."' Stephan Conermann, "Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient," 1993. '"In many areas his comparative almost global, approach raises new questions, and brings new insights."' M.N. Pearson, "South Asia," 1992. '."..the volume offers many new interpretations that are important and provocative. Above all, Wink correctly sees the formation of the Indo-Islamic world as a world-historical process that can be understood only within the framework of Afro-Eurasian history."' Richard M. Eaton, "The International History Review," 1998. '"This is a book with a Gibbonian sweep, a work of deep learning, leisured pace, and sound judgement. There are marvelous felicities ot be found whenever Wink digresses along paths which he finds intellectually stimulating and potentially fruitful."' Gaving R.G. Hambly, "The Journal of Asian Studies," 1999."

'...an splendid (and much needed) project which is setting Indian history within a global context and revolutionizing our view of the Indo-Islamic world. Peter Jackson, Royal Asiatic Society, 1998. Reviews from Vol.1: 'Wink's innovative approach is extremely valuable for its successful integration of the history of India into a wider political, economic, and cultural context, thereby challenging the parochialism that has been the hallmark of Indian studies until recent times...The range of sources used by Wink is most impressive.' F. Ahmad, Choice, 1991. '...gut dokumentiert und mit einem ausgezeichneten Literaturverzeichnis versehen.' Burchard Brentjes, Deutsche Literaturzeitung, 1992. '...donne des pays bordant le nord de l'ocean Indien une image nouvelle et dynamique.' Monique Kervran, Bulletin critique des annales islamologiques, 8. 'Neither Islamicist nor Indologist can ignore this pivotal study.' Catherine Asher, MESA Bulletin, 1991. 'Wink has resolved and closed many historical gaps in Asian history...' Peter Burns, Australian Library Review, 1992. '...the book fills a gap in the history of North-Western and Peninsular India...' Mohammad Saber Khan, Muslim World, 1992. '...promises to be a classic on the Islamic encounter with the lands bordering the Indian Ocean...' Richard M. Eaton, The Journal of Asian Studies, 1994. '...a fascinating and convincing new approach to the question...It can broaden the mind and the horizon of the so-called specialists who are too specialized to realize the global, or in this case the Eurasian historical and economic context of their meticulous studies.' Stephan Conermann, Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient, 1993. 'In many areas his comparative almost global, approach raises new questions, and brings new insights.' M.N. Pearson, South Asia, 1992. '...the volume offers many new interpretations that are important and provocative. Above all, Wink correctly sees the formation of the Indo-Islamic world as a world-historical process that can be understood only within the framework of Afro-Eurasian history.' Richard M. Eaton, The International History Review, 1998. 'This is a book with a Gibbonian sweep, a work of deep learning, leisured pace, and sound judgement. There are marvelous felicities ot be found whenever Wink digresses along paths which he finds intellectually stimulating and potentially fruitful.' Gaving R.G. Hambly, The Journal of Asian Studies, 1999.

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