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'Speaking truth to power' : religion, caste, and the subaltern question in India

Autor Manu Belur Bhagavan; Anne Feldhaus; Eleanor Zelliot
Vydavatel: New Delhi : Oxford University Press, 2008.
Edice: Oxford India paperbacks.
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On the religious sentiments and intellectual life of Dalits of India; contributed articles honoring the memory of Eleanor Zelliot, b.1926.
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Doplňující formát: Online version:
'Speaking truth to power'.
New Delhi : Oxford University Press, 2008-
(OCoLC)609238830
Online version:
'Speaking truth to power'.
New Delhi : Oxford University Press, 2008-
(OCoLC)609823168
Typ materiálu: Internetový zdroj
Typ dokumentu: Book, Internet Resource
Všichni autoři/tvůrci: Manu Belur Bhagavan; Anne Feldhaus; Eleanor Zelliot
ISBN: 9780195693058 0195693051 9780198063490 0198063490
OCLC číslo: 243602517
Poznámky: Companion volume issued under title: Claiming power from below.
Popis: xii, 242 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Obsahy: Introcution ----
1. The Bhakti Radicals and Untouchability / Gail Omvedt ---
2. Humanism, Religion, and the Nation: Sant Namdev as Manavatavadin / Christian Lee Novetzke ---
3. Propagating the Gospel of Animal Kindness: Sacred Cows, Christians, and American Animal Welfare Activism with Reference to India at the Turn of the Twentieth Century / Janet M. Davis ---
4. Blindness and Sight: Moral Vision in Rajasthani Narratives /Ann Grodzins Gold ---
5. The Upwardly Mobile Monkey-God: Village and Urban Marutis in Maharashtra / Jeffrey M. Brackett ---
6. Negotiating Hierarchy and Identity: Cultural Performances on the Meaning of the Demon King Bali in Rural Maharashtra / Michael Youngblood ---
7. "How Can a Wife Schreech and Wail?" Respectability and Bengali Women Singers' Lives, Donna M. Wulff ---
8. Other Voices, Other Rooms: The View from the Zenana / Gail Minault ---
9. Dalit Transformation, Narrative, and Verbal Art in the Tamil Novles of Bama / Paula Richman ---
10. Women's Empowerment through Religious Conversoin: Voices of Buddhists in Nagpur, India / Laura Dudley Jenkins ---
11. The Buddha and the Barbers: Status, Discipline, and Dissension in early Buddhism / Guy Welbon ---
12. Art and Identity: The Rise of a New Buddhist Imagery / Gary Michael Tartakov ---
13. Understanding Multiple Images of Ambedkar / Gopal Guru ---
14. Contemplating the Divine / Syed Akbar Hyder.
Název edice: Oxford India paperbacks.
Jiné tituly: Religion, caste and the subaltern question in India
Odpovědnost: edited by Manu Bhagavan and Anne Feldhaus.
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