publication of the Aryan-non-Aryan conference volume
mmdesh at UMICH.EDU
Mon Jul 26 02:55:26 UTC 1999
I am pleased to announce the publication of the papers from the
October 1996 Michigan-Laussane International Seminar on Aryan and
Non-Aryan in South Asia : Evidence, Interpretation and Ideology.
Harvard Oriental Series, Opera Minora Vol. 3, 1999
ARYAN AND NON-ARYAN IN SOUTH ASIA
Evidence, Interpretation and Ideology
Edited by Johannes Bronkhorst and Madhav M. Deshpande
distributed by South Asia Books, Columbia, Missouri
(For details, see: www.fas.harvard.edu/~witzel/hos.html)
The 406 page volume contains a preface by the editors, and the following
H.H. Hock: "Out of India? The linguistic evidence"
N.J. Allen: " Hinduism as Indo-European: Cultural comparativism and
J. Bronkhorst: "Is there an inner conflict of tradition?"
E. Bryant: "Linguistic substrata and the indigenous Aryan debate"
S.L. Caldwell: "Whose goddes? Kali as cultural champion in Kerala"
M.M. Deshpande: "What to do with the Anaryas? Dharmic discourses of
inclusion and exclusion"
L. Gomez: "Nobel lineage and august demeanor: Religious and social
meanings of Aryan virtue"
H.H. Hock: "Through a glass darkly: Modern 'racial' interpretations vs.
textual and general prehistoric evidence on arya and dasa/dasyu in Vedic
A. Parpola: "The iconography and cult of Kutticcattan"
S. Ratnagar: "Does archaeology hold the answers?"
Jim Schaffer and D. Lichtenstein: "Migration, philolology and South Asian
P. Singh: "Revisiting the Arya-Samaj movement"
T.R. Trautmann: "Constructing the racial theory of Indian civilization"
G.L. Windfuhr: "A note on Aryaman's social and cosmic setting"
M. Witzel: "Aryan and non-Aryan names in Vedic India. Data for the
linguistic situation, c. 1900-500 B.C."
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