Cassels, Nancy G.

Orientalism, Evangelicalism, and the Military Cantonment in Early 19th Century India
1991 0-7734-9686-6
These essays assess some of the leading forces behind cultural encounter in the formative period 1785-1857. Assesses the importance of Orientalist scholars, the Utilitarian historian James Mill, soldiers and sepoys of the `Garrison State', and Evangelical missionaries in the colonial and, where sources permit, subaltern context of the East India Company regime.