Re-imagining South Asian Religions
Singh, Pashaura [u.a.] [Hrsg.]:
Re-imagining South Asian Religions : Essays in Honour of Professors Harold G. Coward and Ronald W. Neufeldt / edited by Pashaura Singh & Michael Hawley. - Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2013. - XXV, 302 S. : Ill. - (Numen Book Series ; 141)
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Re-imagining South Asian Religions is a collection of essays offering new ways of understanding aspects of Hindu, Tibetan Buddhist, Sikh, Jain, Theosophical, and Indian Christian experiences. Moving away from canonical texts, established authorities, and received historiography, the essays in this volume draw from a range of methodological perspectives including philosophy, history, hermeneutics, migration and diaspora studies, ethnography, performance studies, lived religion approaches, and aesthetics. Reflecting a balance of theory and substantive content, the papers in this volume call into question key critical terms, challenge established frames of reference, and offer innovative and alternative interpretations of South Asian ways of knowing and being. [Verlagsinformation]
HAROLD G. COWARD (*1936). Retired Professor of Religious Studies, University of Calgary and University of Victoria, Canada. See Douglas Todd: „Harold Coward profile: An ethical subversive“, in: The Vancouver Sun, April 20 (2011) [Online version] (originally Douglas Todd: „Harnessing insight for the common good: Profile of Harold Coward“, in: The Vancouver Sun, June 21, 1997)
RONALD W. NEUFELDT (*1941). Retired Professor of Religious Studies, University of Calgary, Canada.
PASHAURA SINGH, Ph.D. (1991), is Professor at the University of California, Riverside. He has published three Oxford monographs, edited five conference volumes and contributed articles to academic journals, books and encyclopedias, including Life and Work of Guru Arjan (OUP 2006). Profile page.
MICHAEL HAWLEY, Ph.D. (2002), is Associate Professor in Religious Studies at Mount Royal University and Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Calgary. His articles on S. Radhakrishnan and M.K. Gandhi have appeared in edited volumes, academic journals, and encyclopaedias. Profile page
- Re-imagining South Asian Religions: Essays in Honour of Professors Harold G. Coward and Ronald W. Neufeldt. Numen Book Series; 141. XXV, 302 S. (2013).
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