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Department of History

Professor Tom Tomlinson

MA PHD(CANTAB)

Overview

Tom Tomlinson
Department of History

Emeritus Professor

Centre of Jaina Studies

Member, Centre of Jaina Studies

Centre of Buddhist Studies

Committee Member, Centre of Buddhist Studies

SOAS South Asia Institute

Member, Centre of South Asian Studies

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Professor Tom Tomlinson
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Expertise

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Available for
Regional Expertise
  • South Asia
Country Expertise
  • India
Languages

Publications

Book Chapters

Tomlinson, Tom (2006) 'Niju Seiki Minami Ajia ni okeru Teikoku to Hegemon. [Empire and Hegemon in Twentieth-Century South Asia].' In: Shoichi, W., (ed.), Teikoku no Shuen to Amerika: Ajia Kokusai Chitsujo no Saihen [The End of Empires and the United States of America: The Reconstruction of the International Order in Asia]. Yamakawa Shuppansha, pp. 22-45.

Tomlinson, Tom (2003) 'Economic change and the formation of states and nations in South Asia, 1919-1947: India and Pakistan.' In: Teichova, A. and Matis, H., (eds.), Nation State and the Economy in History. Cambridge University Press, pp. 291-307.

Tomlinson, Tom (2003) 'The British Economy and the Empire, 1900-1939.' In: Wrigley, C., (ed.), A Companion to Early Twentieth-Century Britain. Blackwell, pp. 198-211.

Articles

Tomlinson, Tom (2003) 'What Was the Third World?' Journal of Contemporary History, 38 (2). pp. 307-21.

Tomlinson, Tom (2002) 'From Campsie to Kedgeree: Scottish Enterprise, Asian Trade and the Company Raj.' Modern Asian Studies, 36 (4). pp. 769-791.

Tomlinson, Tom (2002) 'Jigyo no Teikoku: Ajia ni okeru Igirisu no shogyo nettowaku, boeki, sokin.' Bulletin of Asian-Pacific Studies, vol. X . pp. 99-118.

Tomlinson, Tom (2001) 'The Empire of Enterprise: Scottish Business Networks in Asian Trade, 1793-1810.' KIU Journal of Economics and Business Studies, 8 . pp. 67-83.

Conference or Workshop Items

Tomlinson, B.R. (Tom) (2002) The Erosion of a Relationship? Indo-British Economic Connections, 1930-1970. In: Conference on Hegemonic Transition in Asia, 1930 to 1970, 3-7 Sept 2002, Osaka, Japan. (Unpublished)

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