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[Consald-l] defective book from Delhi

Jan
01

Dear colleagues,
I have just discovered that Princeton's copy of the book listed below is defective: it was printed with the following facing page-pairs printed blank: 228-229, 232-233, 236-237, and 240-241. If you have a copy of this book (WorldCat shows Penn and Cornell and others), could you kindly check your copy and see if it is complete or has the same defect. If it is complete, could you perhaps make good photocopies of these missing (blank) pages, so that we could tip-in the copies into our bound book? Alternatively, maybe we need to seek replacements from the publisher?

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[Consald-l] v. 2 of Old Testament translated into Bengali by William Carey and John Fountain

Dec
05

Consalders,

Columbia University special collections is discarding an extra copy of
ONLY VOLUME 2 of the following item. Any one want to claim it for their
collections before it is discarded? The extra copy that we are keeping
has a Bengali title page; the copy we are discarding has an English
handwritten title page.

Old Testament translated into Bengali

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[Consald-l] Are any of these available in the US?

Nov
25

They all seem to be available in the UK but not in the US...
Any leads would be appreciated.
Thanks!
David Hirsch

Alexander, E. Final Report on the Settlement of the Moradabad District [in English]. Allahabad: North-Western Provinces and Oudh Govt. Press, 1881.

Also....

The Census of Panjab, 1883 by Denzil Ibbetson (not the Rose compilation of later on)

Also...

The Punjab District Gazetteers, Ibbetson Series, 1883-1884

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[Consald-l] British intelligence on missionary activity 1900-47?

Nov
22

Does anyone know of some recently-released British government reports
related to government monitoring of missionary activity? Someone came into
the library today saying that they heard that some previously unreleased
reports had been made public and wanting to know how to find them.

--
David R. Faust, PhD
Librarian for South Asia and Middle East Studies
Collections Coordinator for Arts & Humanities and
Social Sciences & Professional Programs

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[Consald-l] 2014 Cooperative Collection Development Workshop for South Asian Resources

Nov
19

Colleagues,

Building upon our recent Cooperative Collection Development Workshops (some background available here: http://library.wisc.edu/guides/SoAsia/cooperation.htm with updates soon), we are beginning to plan for our 2014 workshop. For those seriously interested in participating (previous participation not required-we welcome new partners!), we have a super short survey to help guide our thinking about and planning for topics. Please see the survey at:

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[Consald-l] Employment opportunity

Nov
15

Hi everyone,

The University of British Columbia has an exciting opportunity at the
Asian Library for the position of Head of the Asian Library. Please see
the attachment for more information.

Thanks,
Sarbjit

Sarbjit Randhawa,
Indic Librarian, Asian Library,
The University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC
Ph: 604-822-2162
Fax: 604-822-0650

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[Consald-l] tables of contents

Nov
07

In light of our recent discussion, have you all seen this aggregation of ToC put together by Richard Mahoney?
http://indica-et-buddhica.org/tabulae

Best,
Mary

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Mary Rader
Global Studies Coordinator / South Asia Librarian
University of Texas Libraries
The University of Texas at Austin

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[Consald-l] Deobandi magazine from England?

Nov
01

In my attempt to associate religious magazines with the schools of thought or particular Islamic thinking, I came across the following website: http://rabetah.org/

I believe it will have a Deobandi frame of reference. This raised the question of coordinating South Asia publications from outside of South Asia. Was this question raised at the recent meeting in Madison?

FYI. From what I can see, no one is collecting Al-Islah.

Carol L. Mitchell, PhD
Field Director
Islamabad Office
Library of Congress

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