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Douglas Allen (editor). Religion and Political Conflict in South Asia: India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1992. 230pp.

Alex Argenti-Pillen. Masking Terror: How Women Contain Violence in Southern Sri Lanka. University of Pennsylvania Press. 2003. 240pp.

Asoka Bandarage. Colonialism in Sri Lanka: The Political Economy of the Kandyan Highlands, 1833-1886. Mouton. 1983. 404pp.

Tessa J. Bartholomeusz. In Defense of Dharma: Just-War Ideology in Buddhist Sri Lanka. Routledge. 2002. 209pp.

Rohan Bastin. The Domain of Constant Excess: Plural Worship at the Munnesvaram Temples in Sri Lanka. Berghahn Books. 2002. 231pp.

Stephen C. Berkwitz. Buddhist History in the Vernacular: The Power of the Past in Late Medieval Sri Lanka. E. J. Brill. 2004. 355pp.

George D. Bond. The Buddhist Revival in Sri Lanka: Religious Tradition, Reinterpretation and Response. Motilal Banarsidass Publishing. 1992. 322pp.

Michael Carrithers. The Forest Monks of Sri Lanka: An Anthropological and Historical Study. Oxford University Press. 1983. 306pp.

John Ross Carter (editor). Religiousness in Sri Lanka. Marga Institute. 1979. 300pp.

Haraprasad Chattopadhyaya. Ethnic Unrest in Modern Sri Lanka: An Account of Tamil-Sinhalese Race Relations. M. D. Publications. 1994. 196pp.

Haraprasad Chattopadhyaya. Indians in Sri Lanka: A Historical Study. O. P. S. Publishers. 1979. 312pp.

V. H. Coelho. Across the Palk Straits: India-Sri Lanka Relations. Palit & Palit. 1976. 188pp.

Neloufer de Mel. Women and the Nation's Narrative: Gender and Nationalism in Twentieth Century Sri Lanka. Rowman & Littlefield. 2001. 304pp.

K. M. De Silva. A History of Sri Lanka. Oxford University Press. 1981. 603pp.

K. M. De Silva. Regional Powers and Small State Security: India and Sri Lanka, 1977-1990. Johns Hopkins University Press. 1995. 388pp.

Mahinda Deegalle (editor). Buddhism, Conflict and Violence in Modern Sri Lanka. Routledge. 2006. 277pp.

C. Christine Fair. Urban Battle Fields of South Asia: Lessons Learned from Sri Lanka, India, and Pakistan. Rand Corporation. 2004. 150pp.

Jean Grossholtz. Forging Capitalist Patriarchy: The Economic and Social Transformation of Feudal Sri Lanka and Its Impact on Women. Duke University Press. 1984. 166pp.

Nalani Hennayake. Culture, Politics, and Development in Postcolonial Sri Lanka. Lexington Books. 2006. 211pp.

Sandya Hewamanne. Stitching Identities in a Free Trade Zone: Gender and Politics in Sri Lanka. University of Pennsylvania Press. 2007. 287pp.

Patricia Hyndman. Sri Lanka: Serendipity Under Siege. Coronet Books. 1988. 146pp.

Qadri Ismail. Abiding by Sri Lanka: On Peace, Place, and Postcoloniality. University of Minnesota Press. 2005. 273pp.

Dilesh Jayanntha. Electoral Allegiance in Sri Lanka. Cambridge University Press. 1992. 220pp.

Swarna Jayaweera (editor). Women in Post-Independence Sri Lanka. Sage Publications. 2002. 371pp.

Saman Kelegama (editor). Economic Policy in Sri Lanka: Issues and Debates. Sage Publishing. 2004. 522pp.

Saman Kelegama. Development Under Stress: Sri Lankan Economy in Transition. Sage. 2006. 305pp.

Steven Kemper. Buying and Believing: Sri Lankan Advertising and Consumers in a Transnational World. University of Chicago Press. 2001. 263pp.

Shelton U. Kodikara. Foreign Policy of Sri Lanka: A Third World Perspective. Chanakya Publications. 1992. 246pp.

Sankaran Krishna. Postcolonial Insecurities: India, Sri Lanka, and the Question of Nationhood. University of Minnesota Press. 1999. 316pp.

Angela Little. Labouring to Learn: Towards a Political Economy of Plantations, People and Education in Sri Lanka. St. Martin's Press. 1999. 324pp.

Chelvadurai Manogaran. Ethnic Conflict and Reconciliation in Sri Lanka. University of Hawaii Press. 1987. 232pp.

James Manor. Sri Lanka in Change and Crisis. Croom Helm. 1984. 229pp.

Dennis B. McGilvray. Crucible of Conflict: Tamil and Muslim Society on the East Coast of Sri Lanka. Duke University Press. 2008. 425pp.

William McGowan. Only Man is Vile: The Tragedy of Sri Lanka. Picador. 1993. 397pp.

Mick Moore. The State and Peasant Politics in Sri Lanka. Cambridge University Press. 2007. 344pp.

Apratim Mukarji. Sri Lanka: A Dangerous Interlude. Sterling Publishers. 2005. 216pp.

Walter Nubin. Sri Lanka: Current Issues and Historical Background. Nova Publishers. 2003. 224pp.

Robert Oberst. Legislators and Representation in Sri Lanka: The Decentralization of Development Planning. Westview Press. 1985. 157pp.

Patrick Peebles. The History of Sri Lanka. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2006. 216pp.

Urmila Phadnis. Religion and Politics in Sri Lanka. London: C. Hurst. 1976. 376pp.

L. Piyadasa (editor). Sri Lanka: The Unfinished Quest for Peace. Marram Books. 1988. 139pp.

T. G. Piyadasa. Libraries in Sri Lanka: Their Origin and History from Ancient Times to the Present Time. Sri Satguru Publications. 1985. 112pp.

Taiabur Rahman. Parliamentary Control and Government Accountability in South Asia: A Comparative Analysis of Bangladesh, India, and Sri Lanka. Routledge. 2007. 254pp.

Michael Roberts. Exploring Confrontation: Sri Lanka: Politics, Culture and History. Taylor & Francis. 1994. 377pp.

Robert I. Rotberg (editor). Creating Peace in Sri Lanka: Civil War and Reconciliation. Brookings Institution Press. 1999. 218pp.

Lakshmanan Sabaratnam. Ethnic Attachments in Sri Lanka: Social Change and Cultural Continuity. Macmillan. 2001. 272pp.

H. L. Seneviratne. The Work of Kings: The New Buddhism in Sri Lanka. University of Chicago Press. 1999. 358pp.

Kanhaiyalal Sharma. Society and Polity in Modern Sri Lanka. South Asian Publishers. 1988. 189pp.

W. M. Sirisena. Sri Lanka and South-East Asia: Political, Religious and Cultural Relations from AD c. 1000 to c. 1500. E. J. Brill. 1978. 186pp.

Else Skjønsberg. A Special Caste? Tamil Women of Sri Lanka. Zed Press. 1982. 143pp.

Jonathan Spencer (editor). Sri Lanka: History and the Roots of Conflict. Routledge. 1990. 253pp.

Jonathan Spencer. A Sinhala Village in a Time of Trouble: Politics and Change in Rural Sri Lanka. Oxford University Press. 2000. 285pp.

R. L. Stirrat. Power and Religiosity in a Post-Colonial Setting: Sinhala Catholics in Contemporary Sri Lanka. Cambridge University Press. 1992. 231pp.

Alan Strathern. Kingship and Conversion in Sixteenth-Century Sri Lanka: Portuguese Imperialism in a Buddhist Land. Cambridge University Press. 2007. 304pp.

S. J. Tambiah. Sri Lanka: Ethnic Fratricide and the Dismantling of Democracy. University of Chicago Press. 1986. 198pp.

Stanley Jeyaraja Tambiah. Buddhism Betrayed? Religion, Politics, and Violence in Sri Lanka. University of Chicago Press. 1992. 203pp.

Nira Wickramasinghe. Civil Society in Sri Lanka: New Circles of Power. Sage Publications. 2001. 178pp.

Nira Wickramasinghe. Dressing the Colonised Body: Politics, Clothing and Identity in Colonial Sri Lanka. Orient Blackswan. 2003. 157pp.

A. Jeyaratnam Wilson. The Break-Up of Sri Lanka: The Sinhalese-Tamil Conflict. Hurst. 1988. 240pp.

A. Jeyaratnam Wilson. Sri Lankan Tamil Nationalism: Its Origins and Development in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. UBC Press. 1999. 203pp.

Deborah Winslow; Michael D. Woost (editors). Economy, Culture, and Civil War in Sri Lanka. Indiana University Press. 2004. 242pp.

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