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Gandhi's Spinning Wheel and the Making of India (Routledge Studies in South Asian History) Hardcover – December 20, 2010

ISBN-13: 978-0415494311 ISBN-10: 0415494311 Edition: 1st

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Rebecca M. Brown is visiting Associate Professor in Political Science and the History of Art at Johns Hopkins University, US, researching colonial and post-independence in South Asia. Her publications include Art for a Modern India, 1947–1980 (2009) and Asian Art (co-edited with Deborah S. Hutton, 2006).

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Rebecca M. Brown is an Associate Professor in the History of Art at Johns Hopkins University; she also chairs Hopkins' Advanced Academic Program in Museum Studies. Her research and curatorial projects focus on colonial and post-1947 South Asian visual culture. She has served as a consultant and a curator for modern and contemporary Indian art for the Peabody Essex Museum, the Walters Art Museum, and the Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation. Her PhD at the University of Minnesota focused on cities in colonial India, asking how the arrival of the British reshaped urban space in the eighteenth century. Subsequently, she examined how art negotiates the issues surrounding modernity in newly independent India after 1947. Her most recent book traces the imagery of the spinning wheel from the early nineteenth century through to Gandhi's deployment of it for the nationalist movement. She is currently working on a project investigating the 1985-86 Festival of India in the US. Her articles have been published in Res, Art Journal, Interventions, Comparative Studies in South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, Archives of Asian Art, the Journal of Urban History, Screen, Visual Anthropology, the Journal of Asian Studies, and Art Bulletin.

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