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Engaging South Asian religions : boundaries, appropriations, and resistances / edited by Matthew N. Schmalz and Peter Gottschalk.

Publication:
Albany : State University of New York Press, c2011.
Format/Description:
Book
ix, 243 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series:
SUNY series in Hindu studies.
SUNY series in Hindu studies
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Subjects:
South Asia -- Religion.
Hinduism.
Contents:
A science of defining boundaries : classification, categorization, and the census of India / Peter Gottschalk
The repetition of past imperialisms : Hegel, historical difference, and the theorization of Indic religions / Arvind Mandair
Beyond national borders and religious boundaries : Muslim and Hindu veneration of Bonbibi / Sufia Uddin
Boundaries and appropriations in North Indian charismatic Catholicism / Mathew N. Schmalz
The corpse and cult of St. Francis Xavier, 1552-1623 / William R. Pinch
Sati or female supremacy? : feminist appropriations of Gotami's Parinirvana / Liz Wilson
Resisting my attackers, resisting my defenders : representing the Shivaji narratives / James W. Laine
Resisting assimilation : encounters with a small Islamic sect in contemporary Pakistan / Shahzad Bashir
Climbing through paradigms / Paul B. Courtright
Afterword : scandals, scholars, subjects / Saurabh Dube
Response 1 : a phantasmatic reading / Arvind Mandair
Response 2 : legend versus myth / Sufia Uddin
Response 3 : staying with and thinking through / Mathew N. Schmalz.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Schmalz, Matthew N., 1964-
Gottschalk, Peter, 1963-
ISBN:
9781438433233 (hardcover : alk. paper)
1438433239 (hardcover : alk. paper)
OCLC:
522429338