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Medicine and the knowledge economy in Asia
Andrew Mackillop

in order to improve timber supplies to the Bombay Marine. This was a capital-intensive project, with the presidency council advancing no less than £10,000. The next logical step was ship construction, although in 1805 the court of directors refused his proposals for the building of large warships. Maconochie’s experience shows how malleable occupational and professional boundaries remained within the Company’s early nineteenth-century colonial state. His ownership of the Duncan , at 300 tons one of the largest country trading ships operating out of Bombay, enabled

in Human capital and empire
The question of evidence
Christine Choo

-examination particular attention was drawn to the issue of definition of professional boundaries between historians and anthropologists, the work of the ethno-historian and ethnographer. The witness was also called upon to defend her methodology and her reliance on particular sources. In his reasons for the decision in Yorta Yorta v. State of Victoria & Others , Olney J. was satisfied

in Law, history, colonialism
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A new professional learning space, 1865–90
Tim Allender

space for women teachers and women medics who were in India: unlike the rigid and separate parallel professional boundaries emerging in Europe. Furthermore, the missionary orientation towards the medical care of Indian women only became possible when women missionaries in the 1870s began to work beyond the zenanas. This new work included engaging with networks of traditional Indian male apothecaries, well

in Learning femininity in colonial India, 1820–1932