Modern Asian Studies

(The TQCC of Modern Asian Studies is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
From Transience to Immanence: Consumption, Life-Cycle and Social Mobility in Kerala, South India60
From Indochine to Indochic: The Lang Bian/Dalat Palace Hotel and French Colonial Leisure, Power and Culture36
The Office of Akhbār Nawīs: The Transition from Mughal to British Forms32
MarketizingHindutva: The state, society, and markets in Hindu nationalism29
Dutch Income in and from Indonesia 1700–193827
From Gandhi to Violence: Ahmedabad's 1985 Riots in Historical Perspective26
Violence, Reconstruction and Islamic Reform—Stories from the Muslim ‘Ghetto’21
Waiting for the ‘Just King’: The Agrarian World of South-Central Java from Giyanti (1755) to the Java War (1825–30)19
Cows and Constitutionalism19
From Land to the Tiller to Land Liberalisation: The Political Economy of Gujarat's Shifting Land Policy18
Death and Celebration among Muslim Women: A Case Study from Pakistan17
From Plantation to Padi-field: The Origins of the Nineteenth Century Transformation of Java's Sugar Industry17
From Kabul to Kiev: Afghan trading networks across the former Soviet Union17
The Modernity of Caste and the Market Economy16
Measuring Living Standards in Different Colonial Systems: Some Evidence from South East Asia, 1900–194216
From Crisis to Community Definition: The Dynamics of Eighteenth-Century Parsi Philanthropy16
Petitioning and Political Cultures in South Asia: Introduction15
Mobility Towards Work and Politics for Women in Kerala State, India: A View from the Histories of Gender and Space14
From Rulers to Servants: The I.C.S. and the British Demission of Power in India14
Transition from Indian to British Indian Systems of Money and Banking 1800–185014
From Empire Defence to Imperial Retreat: Britain's Postwar China Policy and the Decolonization of Hong Kong13
One Asia, or Many? Reflections from connected history13
Transformation from Below in Bangladesh: Decentralization, local governance, and systemic change12
The Surface—Subsoil Form of Divided Ownership in Late Imperial China: Some Examples from the New Territories of Hong Kong11
‘Produce or Perish’. The crisis of the late 1940s and the place of labour in post-colonial India11
Negotiating Respectability: Comparing the experiences of poor and middle-class young urban women in India10
From Buddhist Icons to National Antiquities: Cultural Nationalism and Colonial Knowledge in the Making of Thailand's History of Art10
Exchanges of Professionals between the Public and Non-Governmental Sectors: Life-work Histories from Bangladesh9
From Custom to Right: The Politicization of the Village in Early Meiji Japan9
From Language to Script: Graphic practice and the politics of authority in Santali-language print media, eastern India8
From Negotiation to Coercion: Textile Manufacturing in India in the Eighteenth Century8
Manufacturing Village Identity and Its Village: The View From Nineteenth-Century Andhra8
Good Deeds: Parsi trusts from ‘the womb to the tomb’8
‘The Viceroys are Disappearing from the Roundabouts in Delhi’: British symbols of power in post-colonial India8
Southeast Asia ‘Inside Out,’ 1300–1800: A Perspective from the Interior8
Federating the Raj: Hyderabad, sovereign kingship, and partition8
Faraway Siblings, So Close: Ephemeral conviviality across the Wakhan divide7
Volatile Conviviality: Joking relations in Moscow's marginal marketplace7
The Glory of Ancient India Stems from her Aryan Blood: French anthropologists ‘construct’ the racial history of India for the world7
From Hell to Paradise? Voluntary Transfer of Convicts to the Andaman Islands, 1921–19407
A Dreadful Scourge: Cholera in early nineteenth-century India7
From Buddha Bones to Bo Trees: Nehruvian India, Buddhism, and the poetics of power, 1947–19567
From Landgrabbing to Landhunger: High Land Appropriation in the Plantation Areas of Sri Lanka during the British Period7
Writing History Sideways: Lessons for Indian Economic Historians from Meiji Japan7
Chinatowns and the Rise of China7
Courts of Law and Styles of Self in Eighteenth-Century Madras: From Hybrid to Colonial Self7
A Master Narrative for the History of Pakistan: Tracing the origins of an ideological agenda6
The Transfer of Power, 19476
At the Crossroads of Empire and Nation-State: Partition, gold smuggling, and port cities in the western Indian Ocean6
From Subjects to Citizens? Rationing, refugees and the publicity of corruption over Independence in UP6
Corruption and Factionalism in Contemporary Punjab: An ethnographic account from rural Malwa6
From Subjects to Citizens: Society and the Everyday State in India and Pakistan, 1947–19706
An Introduction to the Language of the Historical Documents from Rājasthān6
‘Performed Conviviality’: Space, bordering, and silence in the city6
Fitness for Modernity? The YMCA and physical-education schemes in late-colonial South Asia (circa1900–40)5
Bullion for Trade, War, and Debt-Relief: British Movements of Silver to, around, and from Asia, 1760–18335
Japanese Aggression and the Emperor, 1931–1941, from Contemporary Diaries5
Regulating the Terminal Economy: Difference, disruption, and governance in a Papuan commercial hub5
Beyond Colonial Dichotomies: The deficits of Spain and the peripheral powers in treaty-port China5
The Emergence of the Informal Sector: Labour legislation and politics in South India, 1940–605
From Orientals to Imagined Britons: Baghdadi Jews in Shanghai5
The Response to Rural Reform in an Overseas Chinese Area: Examples from Two Localities in the Western Pearl River Delta Region, South China15
A View from Mecca: Notes on Gujarat, the Red Sea, and the Ottomans, 1517–39/923–946 H.5
The Advance of Marketization in North Korea: Between political rigidity and economic flexibility5
Voices From The Kelantan Desa 1900–19405