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Introduction

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  26 July 2017

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L'Invention de la Tradition : Le Cas Indien
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Copyright © Les Éditions de l’EHESS 1992

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1. Dirks, Nicholas B., The Hollow Crown: Ethnohistory of an Indian Kingdom, Cambridge, 1987 Google Scholar. Cf. également Dirks, N. B. « Castes of Mind », Représentations, 37, winter 1992.Google Scholar

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3. Yoshio, Yasumaru, Kindai tennô zô no keisei (La formation de la figure impériale moderne), Iwanami, 1992.Google Scholar

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5. Noboru, Haga, Minshûshi no sôzô, NHK books, 1974.Google Scholar Cf. Gluck, Carol, «The People in History : Récent Trends in Japanese Historiography», Journal ofAsian Studies XXXVIII, nov. 1978.Google Scholar

6. Hobsbawm, Eric J. and Hanger, Terence (eds), The Invention of Tradition, Cambridge University Press, 1983.Google Scholar