Chris Bayly-who passed away recently-began as a historian in the classical Cambridge School mould but moved away from the school's understanding of the locality in his second work where he stressed on locality as a place shaped both by social history, and by participation in regional and even continental networks. He saw himself as a robustly empirical historian, suspicious of postmodernism and the linguistic turn.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Number of pages||4|
|Journal||Economic and Political Weekly|
|State||Published - May 23 2015|