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C. R. Colomb, 1886: originally published in The Graphic, July 24, 1886. Maclure and Company. Map reproduction courtesy of the Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the Boston Public Library. that it is no longer possible to think of peripheries, what this research makes even more striking is the impossibility of finding a center within which transformations in Islamic law might have been directed—Muslim sovereigns continued to hold titular authority over Islamic law but did not seem to control its administration; the British dominated state apparatuses for legislation, adjudication, and enforcement but denied any involvement in matters of religion; and Muslim judges and scholars continued to pronounce on specific matters of shari’a while bemoaning their growing incapacity over Islamic law.
As Christopher Bayly notes, The receding tide of Mughal rule, as it were, revealed these slowly consolidating interests in Indian society. Yet at the same time Mughal decline was itself a result of the creation of new wealth and social power in the provinces where it could not be easily controlled by the distant monarch in Delhi. It was, after all, many of the areas and groups which had been most successful in the seventeenth century who revolted against or surreptitiously withdrew from under the Mughal umbrella in the eighteenth.
Chapter 5 takes texts of Muslim representation—portraiture, constitutions, and publications—to illustrate the ways in which the “Muslim state,” as a condition of being and a governmental formation, elaborated upon and renegotiated the new discourses and institutions of Islamic law. 34 My study is based upon original archival research conducted in Malay, Arabic, and English, in state archives, libraries, universities, and museums in the United Kingdom, Malaysia, Singapore, and the United States, beginning in 2002.
[Article] A comparative study of the bonding energy in adhesive wafer bonding by F. Forsberg, F. Saharil, T. Haraldsson, N. Roxhed, G. Stemme, W. van der Wijngaart, F. Niklaus