new publication on manuscript culture in south india
Jan E.M. Houben
jemhouben at GMAIL.COM
Thu Aug 16 21:20:47 UTC 2012
Dear list members,
the following book (dedicated to the Dutch orientalist Johan van Manen
1877-1943) was published on 20 July.
See alo on the indologica.de website:
Rath, Saraju [ed.]:
Aspects of Manuscript Culture in South India / ed. by Saraju Rath. -
Leiden, etc. : Brill, 2012. - ca. 320 S. : Ill. - (Brill's Indological
Library ; 40)
Jan E.M. Houben and Saraju Rath:
Manuscript culture and its impact in "India" : contours and parameters. 1–53
On the Johan van Manen Collection : its origin and background. 55–67
A cultural encounter in the early 18th century : the collection of South
Indian manuscripts by the French Jesuit fathers of the Carnatic Mission.
Anna Aurelia Esposito:
The South Indian drama manuscripts. 81–97
The Jaiminīya Sāmaveda traditions and manuscripts in South India. 99–118
Texts and communities : the manuscripts of the lost Yāmalāṣṭakatantra.
> From palmleaves to a multimedia databank : a note on the 'Bhāsa-Project'.
The Sanskrit manuscripts in Tamilnadu. 157–172
Indian exact sciences in Sanskrit manuscripts and their colophons. 173–185
Varieties of Grantha script : the date and place of origin of manuscripts.
Sreeramula Rajeswara Sarma:
> From my grandfather's chest of palm leaf books. 207–233
Rāmasubrahmaṇya's manuscripts : intellectual networks in the Kaveri delta,
Kenneth G. Zysk:
The use of manuscript catalogues as sources of regional intellectual
history in India's early modern period. 253–287.
Prof. Dr. Jan E.M. Houben,
Directeur d Etudes « Sources et Histoire de la Tradition Sanskrite »
Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, SHP,
A la Sorbonne,45-47, rue des Ecoles,
75005 Paris -- France.
JEMHouben at gmail.com
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