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                   VOLUME 1, NUMBER 3, December 1997
                   (will be available in 3-4 weeks)

                A Review Symposium of Robert I. Levy's
             Mesocosm: Hinduism and the Organization of a
                   Traditional Newar City in Nepal

Goddesses dancing in the city: Hinduism in an urban incarnation
        A review article  ~ 441-85
        Steven M. Parish, University of California, San Diego

Sacred Space and the city: Greece and Bhaktapur  ~ 487-501
        Michael H. Jameson, Stanford University

Macrocosm, mesocosm, and microcosm: The persistent nature of 'Hindu'
        beliefs and symbolical forms  ~ 503-44
        Michael Witzel, Harvard University

Does symbolism 'construct an urban mesocosm'? Robert Levy's _Mesocosm_
        and the question of value consensus in Bhaktapur  ~ 545-69
        David N. Gellner, Brunel University

Kingship and 'contrapriests'  ~ 571-87
        Declan Quigley, Queen's University of Belfast

Afterthoughts  ~ 589-603
        Robert I. Levy, Duke University


                             Number 2 (August)


When Rahu devours the moon: The myth of the birth of
        Krsna Caitanya  ~ 221-64
        Tony K. Stewart, North Carolina State University

The yogi and the Goddess  ~ 265-87
        Nicholas F. Gier, University of Idaho

Jaina ideology and early Mughal trade with Europeans  ~ 288-313
        Ellison Banks Findly, Trinity College

Ajatasattu and the future of psychoanalytic anthropology
        Part II of III: The imperative of the wish  ~ 314-36
        Dan W. Forsyth, University of Southern Colorado

What's a God? The quest for the right understanding of devata in
        Brahmanical ritual theory (mimamsa)  ~ 337-85
        Francis X. Clooney, Boston College

Radhakrishnan as advocate of the class/caste system as a universal
        religio-social system  ~ 386-400
        Robert N. Minor, University of Kansas

Scandals, cover-ups, and other imagined occurences in the life of
        Ramakrsna: An examination of Jeffrey Kripal's _Kali's
        child_  ~ 401-20
        Svami Atmajnanananda [birthname, Stuart Elkman], Ramakrsna Order


                             Number 1 (April)


The center and circumference of silence: Yoga, poststructuralism,
        and the rhetoric of paradox  ~ 3-18
        George Kalamaras, Indiana Univeristy-Purdue University

Imagining Ayodhya: Utopia and its shadows in a Hindu landscape  ~ 19-54
        Philip Lutgendorf, University of Iowa

The power of space in a traditional Hindu city  ~ 55-71
        Robert I. Levy, Duke University

Mountains of wisdom: On the interface between Siddha and Vidyadhara
        cults and the Siddha orders in Medieval India  ~ 73-95
        David Gordon White, University of California, Santa Barbara

Temple rites and temple servants: Religion's role in the survival of
        Kerala's Kutiyattam drama tradition  ~ 97-115
        Bruce M. Sullivan, Northern Arizona University

Bengali religious nationalism and communalism  ~ 117-39
        Peter Heehs, Aurobindo Ashram

Ajatasattu and the future of psychoanalytic anthropology
        Part I of III: The promise of a culture  ~ 141-64
        Dan W. Forsyth, University of Southern Colorado

Advaita Vedanta and typologies of multiplicity and unity: An
        interpretation of nondual knowledge  ~ 165-88
        Joseph Milne, University of Kent


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