New Mandala readers intrigued by the debates reinvigorated by James C. Scott’s The Art of Not Being Governed (2009) will probably have already seen the recent TLC-NM book review published here. But some of you may have missed the analysis of the book published in Reviews in History. With a piece that weighs in at over 4,000 words, Mandy Sadan, who is a lecturer at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, takes aim at some of the weaknesses in Scott’s account. Her review is available here.