Paul Erik Baak
political and socio-cultural science
|1966||born in Amsterdam on August 15|
|1995||PhD under the supervision of H.J. Sutherland and D. Kooiman, University of Amsterdam|
1991 “The conference on capitalist plantations in colonial Asia, September 26-29, 1990, Amsterdam.” South Asia Research 11,1: 89-95. – Also published in Archipel 42: 3-
1992 “Planters’ lobby in late 19th century: implications for Travancore.” EPW 27,33: 1747-1753. – Published also in Journal of Kerala Studies 13: 23-43.
1993 “Out of the shadow, into the spotlights: the indigenous aspects of plantation development: the case of the emergence of Syrian Christian planters in princely Travancore in the first half of the 20th century.” Itinerario 17,2: 74-96.
1994 “The successful planters’ lobby in a Leftist ‘Problem’ state: plantation development in Southwest India in the early post-colonial period.” Abstracts of the International Congress on Kerala Studies, vol.3, pp. 67-68.
1995 Plantation production and political power: plantation development in Southwest India in a long-term historical perspective, c.1743-1963, [s.l.: s.n.]. – PhD thesis University of Amsterdam; also published Delhi: OUP, 1997.
1999 “About enslaved ex-slaves, uncaptured contract coolies and unfreed freedmen: some notes about ‘free’ and ‘unfree’ labour in the context of plantation development in southwest India, early sixteenth century-mid 1990s.” Modern Asian Studies 33,1: 121-157.