[INDOLOGY] Hindu and Islamic Traditions in the Eighteenth Century

Tyler Williams tylerwwilliams at gmail.com
Wed Sep 14 10:12:52 UTC 2016

Dear James,

I've found that some of the best materials to teach with for the 19th
century are Francis Robinson's and Barbara Metcalf's writings on Islamic
intellectuals in UP, Vasudha Dalmia's writings on Bhartendu Harishchandra,
and Tanika Sarkar's writings on Hindu women. (Although I have to admit that
I have to pick and choose portions of their writings, since their
monographs are usually too large for undergraduate courses.)  In any case,
those are my personal favorites.

Not long ago, John S. Hawley at Barnard taught an excellent course on
religious history in Mughal India with a very comprehensive and up-to-date
syllabus; I'm sure that he would be willing to share it (I can't seem to
find a copy at the moment...)


On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 2:57 PM, James Hegarty via INDOLOGY <
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> Subject: Hindu and Islamic Traditions in the Eighteenth Century
> Dear Colleagues,
> I am currently preparing a new undergraduate course on the religious
> history of  South Asia from the early sixteenth century to present.
> I am looking for recommendations for studies of Hindu and Islamic
> movements in the eighteenth century in particular (I have plenty of
> material on the Sikhs).
> Any suggestions will be gratefully received!
> With Thanks and Best Wishes,
> James Hegarty
> Cardiff University

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