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GENDER, SAINTHOOD, & EVERYDAY PRACTICE IN SOUTH ASIAN SHI’ISM

July 2, 2007

Gender, Sainthood, & Everyday Practice in South Asian Shi’ism offers a study of devotional hagiographical texts and contemporary ritual performances of the Shi’a of Hyderabad, India...

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ARCHAEOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO TECHNOLOGY

July 2, 2007

Archaeological Approaches to Technology offers a unified, consistent approach to ancient technologies, teaching readers to look for insights revealed by comparisons among them...

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GODS IN THE BAZAAR: THE ECONOMIES OF INDIAN CALENDAR ART

July 2, 2007

Gods in the Bazaar: The Economies of Indian Calendar Art is a fascinating account of the printed images known in India as “calendar art” or “bazaar art,” the color-saturated, mass-produced pictures often used on calendars and in advertisements, featuring deities and other religious themes as well as nationalist leaders, alluring women, movie stars, chubby babies, and landscapes...

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EMBATTLED IDENTITIES: RAJPUT LINEAGES AND THE COLONIAL STATE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY NORTH INDIA

July 2, 2002

Embattled Identities: Rajput Lineages and the Colonial State in Nineteenth-Century North India is a study of the encounter between the Rajputs of North India and the British in the nineteenth century with a focus on factors such as caste, kinship, and colonial relations.

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