Review: Minakshi Menon (ed.), Indigenous Knowledges and Colonial Sciences in South Asia

(South Asian History and Culture, special issue, vol. 13, n. 1, 2022)




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How to Cite

Datoo, Sabrina. 2023. “Review: Minakshi Menon (ed.), Indigenous Knowledges and Colonial Sciences in South Asia: (South Asian History and Culture, Special Issue, Vol. 13, N. 1, 2022)”. History of Science in South Asia 11 (August). Edmonton, Canada:R12-R15.