International Journal of Indian Studies
Richard P. Hayes
CXEV at CA.MCGILL.MUSICA
Sun Oct 6 07:13:09 EDT 1991
The recently founded International Journal of Indian Studies has a new
address, because its editor has a new address. Submissions may now be
Sushil Mittal, Editor
Dept of Sociology and Anthropology
Ottawa, Ontario K1S 5B6
The IJIS is published twice a year through Peter Lang (New York). It
is a refereed journal that is intended to serve as a forum for
multidisciplinary studies of Indian culture and society, past and
present. Each issue is planned to be about 150 pages long.
The first issue (1990) contained the following articles:
Romesh Diwan and Suresh Desai, "People power, perestroika and Gandhian
Timothy J. Scrase, "Cultural hegemony and the dialectics of educational
reform in India"
Judith M. Brown, "Gandhi: Guru for the 1990's?"
Sandor Sipos, "The Development debate and liberalisation policy in
David W. Atkinson, "Tagore as critic of Gandhi"
Vaman Rao, "Some glitches in Indian agricultural development"
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