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VOLUME I 1. Lawrence A. Babb, `Glancing: Visual Interaction in Hinduism', Journal of Anthropological Research, 1981, 37, 4, 387-401. 2. C. A. Bayly, `India, the Bhagavad Gita and the World', Modern Intellectual History, 2012, 7, 2, 275-95. 3. Agehananda Bharati, `The Hindu Renaissance and its Apologetic Patterns', Journal of Asian Studies, 1970, 29, 2, 267-87. 4. Stuart H. Blackburn, `Death and Deification: Folk Cults in Hinduism', History of Religions, 1985, 24, 3, 255-74. 5. Hendrik W. Bodewitz, `The Hindu Doctrine of Transmigration: Its Origin and Background', Indologica Taurinensia, 1997-8, 23-4, 583-605. 6. Torkel Brekke, `The Conceptual Foundation of Missionary Hinduism', Journal of Religious History, 1999, 23, 2, 203-14. 7. Joel P. Brereton, `The Upanisads', in William Theodore de Bary and Irene Bloom (eds.), Approaches to the Asian Classics (Columbia University Press, 1990), pp. 115-35. 8. John L. Brockington, `The Concept of Dharma in the Ramayana', Journal of Indian Philosophy, 2004, 32, 5/6, 655-70. 9. Patton Burchett, `Bhakti Rhetoric in the Hagiography of "Untouchable" Saints: Discerning Bhakti's Ambivalence on Caste and Brahminhood', International Journal of Hindu Studies, 2009, 13, 2, 115-41. 10. Richard Burghart, `Hierarchical Models of the Hindu Social System', Man, 1978, 13, 4, 519-36. 11. Partha Chatterjee, `Colonialism, Nationalism, and Colonialized Women: The Contest in India', American Ethnologist, 1989, 16, 4, 622-33. 12. Nirad C. Chaudhuri, `On Understanding the Hindus', Encounter, 1965, 24, 6, 20-33. 13. Veena Das and Jit Singh Uberoi, `The Elementary Structure of Caste', Contributions to Indian Sociology, 1971, 5, 1, 33-43. 14. Donald R. Davis, `Being Hindu or Being Human: A Reappraisal of the Purusarthas', International Journal of Hindu Studies, 2004, 8, 1-3, 1-27. 15. Richard H. Davis, `The Iconography of Rama's Chariot', in David Ludden (ed.), Contesting the Nation: Religion, Community, and the Politics of Democracy in India (University of Pennsylvania Press, 1996), pp. 27-54. 16. Wendy Doniger, `God's Body, or, the Lingam Made Flesh: Conflicts over the Representation of the Sexual Body of the Hindu God Shiva', Social Research, 2011, 78, 2, 485-508. 17. Louis Dumont, `A Structural Definition of a Folk Deity of Tamil Nad: Aiyanar, the Lord', Contributions to Indian Sociology, 1971, 3, 75-87. 18. Steve Farmer, Richard Sproat, and Michael Witzel, `The Collapse of the Indus-Script Thesis: The Myth of a Literate Harappan Civilization', Electronic Journal of Vedic Studies, 2004, 11, 2, 19-57. 19. Robert Eric Frykenberg, `Constructions of Hinduism at the Nexus of History and Religion', Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 1993, 23, 3, 523-50. 20. C. J. Fuller, `Gods, Priests and Purity: On the Relation Between Hinduism and the Caste System', Man, 1979, 14, 3, 459-76. VOLUME II 21. Jan Gonda, `The Hindu Trinity', Anthropos, 1968-9, 63/64, 1/2, 212-26. 22. Luis Gonzalez-Reimann, `The Divinity of Rama in the Ramayana of Vakmiki', Indo-Iranian Journal, 2006, 34, 3, 203-20. 23. Paul Hacker, `Aspects of Neo-Hinduism as Contrasted with Surviving Traditional Hinduism', in Wilhelm Halbfass (ed.), Philology and Confrontation: Paul Hacker on Traditional and Modern Vedanta (State University of New York Press, 1995), pp. 229-56. 24. Wilhelm Halbfass, `Dharma in the Self-Understanding of Traditional Hinduism', India and Europe: An Essay in Understanding (State University of New York Press, 1988), pp. 310-33. 25. Edward B. Harper, `Ritual Pollution as an Integrator of Caste and Religion', Journal of Asian Studies, 1964, 23, 151-97. 26. George L. Hart, `The Nature of Tamil Devotion', in Madhav M. Deshpande and Peter Edwin Hook (eds.), Aryan and Non-Aryan in India (Center of South and South-east Asian Studies, University of Michigan, 1979), pp. 11-33. 27. Alf Hiltebeitel, `On Reading Fitzgerald's Vyasa', Journal of the American Oriental Society, 2005, 125, 2, 241-61. 28. D. Dennis Hudson, `Bathing in Krishna: A Study in Vaisnava Hindu Theology', Harvard Theological Review, 1980, 73, 3/4, 539-66. 29. Stephanie W. Jamison, `Roles for Women in Vedic Srauta Ritual', in Arvind Sharma (ed.), Goddesses and Women in the Indic Religious Tradition (Brill, 2005), pp. 1-17. 30. Padma Kaimal, `Shiva Nataraja: Shifting Meanings of an Icon', Art Bulletin, 1999, 81, 3, 390-419. 31. Noboru Karashima, `South Indian Temple Inscriptions: A New Approach to Their Study', South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 1996, 19, 1, 1-12. 32. R. S. Khare, `Anna', in Sushil Mittal and Gene R. Thursby (eds.), The Hindu World (Routledge, 2004), pp. 407-28. 33. David R. Kinsley, `The Portrait of the Goddess in the Devi-Mahatmya', Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 1978, 46, 4, 489-506. 34. Anja Kovacs, `You Don't Understand, We Are at War! Refashioning Durga in the Service of Hindu Nationalism', Contemporary South Asia, 2004, 13, 4, 373-88. 35. Julius J. Lipner, `The Rise of "Hinduism"; or, How to Invent a World Religion with Only Moderate Success', International Journal of Hindu Studies, 2006, 10, 1, 91-104. 36. David N. Lorenzen, `Who Invented Hinduism?', Comparative Studies in Society and History, 1999, 41, 4, 630-59. 37. Timothy Lubin, `Veda on Parade: Revivalist Ritual as Civic Spectacle', Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 2001, 69, 2, 377-408. 38. T. N. Madan, `Concerning the Categories Subha and Suddha in Hindu Culture: An Exploratory Essay', in John B. Carman and Frederique Apffel Marglin (eds.), Purity and Auspiciousness in Indian Society (E. J. Brill, 1985), pp. 11-29. VOLUME III 39. Mary McGee, `Desired Fruits: Motive and Intention in the Votive Rites of Hindu Women', in Julia Leslie (ed.), Roles and Rituals for Hindu Women (Pinter, 1992), pp. 71-88. 40. R. Blake Michael, `Women of the Sunyasampadane: Housewives and Saints in Virasaivism', Journal of the American Oriental Society, 1983, 103, 2, 361-8. 41. Christopher Minkowski, `Advaita Vedanta in Early Modern History', South Asian History and Culture, 2011, 2, 2, 205-31. 42. Vasudha Narayanan, `Diglossic Hinduism: Liberation and Lentils', Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 2000, 68, 4, 761-80. 43. Andrew J. Nicholson, `Doxography and Boundary-Formation in Late Medieval India', in Piotr Balcerowicz (ed.), World View and Theory in Indian Philosophy (Warsaw Indological Studies 5) (Manohar, 2012), pp. 103-18. 44. Patrick Olivelle, `Explorations in the Early History of Dharmasastra', in Patrick Olivelle (ed.), Between the Empires: Society in India 300BC to 400CE (Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 169-90. 45. Leslie C. Orr, `Identity and Divinity: Boundary-Crossing Goddesses in Medieval South India', Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 2005, 73, 1, 9-43. 46. Andre Padoux, `Concerning Tantric Traditions', in Gerhard Oberhammer (ed.), Studies in Hinduism II: Miscellenea to the Phenomenon of Tantras (Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences, 1998), pp. 9-20. 47. Asko Parpola, `"Hind Leg" + "Fish": Towards Further Understanding of the Indus Script', Scripta, 2009, 1, 37-76. 48. Declan Quigley, `On the Relationship Between Caste and Hinduism', in Gavin A. Flood (ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Hinduism (Blackwell, 2003), pp. 495-508. 49. A. K. Ramanujan, `Is There an Indian Way of Thinking? An Informal Essay', Contributions to Indian Sociology, 1989, 23, 1, 41-58. 50. Alexis Sanderson, `Saivism and the Tantric Traditions', in Stuart Sutherland, Leslie Houlden, Peter Clarke, and Friedhelm Hardy (eds.), The World's Religions (Routledge, 1988), pp. 660-704. 51. Arvind Sharma, `On Hindu, Hindustan, Hinduism and Hindutva', Numen, 2002, 49, 1, 1-36. 52. David Dean Shulman, `The Murderous Bride: Tamil Versions of the Myth of Devi and the Buffalo-Demon', History of Religions, 1976, 16, 2, 120-46. 53. Brian K. Smith, `Canonical Authority and Social Classification: Veda and Varna in Ancient Indian Texts', History of Religions, 1992, 32, 2, 103-25. 54. Frederick M. Smith, `A Brief History of Indian Religious Ritual and Resource Consumption: Was There an Environmental Ethic?', Asian Ethnology, 2011, 70, 2, 163-80. 55. Frederick M. Smith, `Possession in Theory and Practice: Historical and Contemporary Models', in Fabrizio M. Ferrari (ed.), South Asia: Disease, Possession and Healing (Routledge, 2011), pp. 3-16. VOLUME IV 56. M. N. Srinivas, `A Note on Sanskritization and Westernization', Far Eastern Quarterly, 1956, 15, 4, 481-96. 57. Tulasi Srinivas, `Divine Enterprise: Hindu Priests and Ritual Change in Neighbourhood Hindu Temples in Bangalore', South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 2006, 29, 3, 321-43. 58. Doris Srinivasan, `Unhinging Siva from the Indus Civilization', Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1984, 1, 77-89. 59. Burton Stein, `The Economic Function of a South Indian Temple', Journal of Asian Studies, 1960, 19, 2, 163-76. 60. Heinrich von Stietencron, `The Preconditions of Western Research on Hinduism and Their Consequences', Hindu Myth, Hindu History: Religion, Art, and Politics (Permanent Black, 2005), pp. 195-226: 61. Romila Thapar, `Renunciation: The Making of a Counter-Culture?', Ancient Indian Social History: Some Interpretations (Orient Longman, 1978), pp. 63-104. 62. Tracy Sayuki Tiemeier, `Engendering the "Mysticism" of the AÌ lvaÌ rs', Journal of Hindu Studies, 2010, 3, 3, 337-53. 63. Helen E. Ullrich, `Menstrual Taboos Among Havik Brahmin Women: A Study of Ritual Change', Sex Roles, 1992, 26, 1/2, 19-40. 64. Charlotte Vaudeville, `Braj, Lost and Found', Indo-Iranian Journal, 1976, 18, 3-4, 195-213. 65. Joanne Punzo Waghorne, `The Gentrification of the Goddess', International Journal of Hindu Studies, 2001, 5, 3, 227-67. 66. Maya Warrier, `Processes of Secularization in Contemporary India: Guru Faith in the Mata Amritanandamayi Mission', Modern Asian Studies, 2003, 37, 1, 213-53. 67. Michael Witzel and Stephanie W. Jamison, `Vedic Hinduism' (1992). 68. John Zavos, `The Shapes of Hindu Nationalism', in Katharine Adeney and Lawrence Saez (eds.), Hindu Nationalism and Coalition Politics: An Assessment of the National Democratic Alliance in Power (RoutledgeCurzon, 2005), pp. 36-54.

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