Publikationen von Deepra Dandekar

Zeitschriftenartikel (4)

2019
Zeitschriftenartikel
Dandekar, D. (2019). Zeba Rizvi's memory-emotions of partition: Silence and secularism-pyar. Contemporary South Asia, 27(3), 392–406. https://doi.org/10.1080/09584935.2019.1647143
2018
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Dandekar, D. (2018). Translation and the Christian conversion of women in Colonial India: Rev. Sheshadri and Bāḷā Sundarābāī Ṭhākūr. South Asia: Journal of South Asia Studies, 41(2), 366–383. https://doi.org/10.1080/00856401.2018.1443370
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Dandekar, D. (2018). Pilgrimage, authority and subversion: Anonymous Marathi Christian didactic literature in nineteenth century India. Zeitschrift für Indologie und Südasienstudien, 35, 39–60.
2017
Zeitschriftenartikel
Dandekar, D. (2017). A narrative of Saṭvāī affliction in rural Maharashtra. Asian Ethnology, 76(2), 235–259.

Buchkapitel (8)

2020
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Dandekar, D. (2020). Muslim-Marathi pilgrimage: The Sufi-shrine of Viśālgaḍh. In Ritual journeys in South Asia: Constellations and contestations of mobility and space (pp. 181–196). Routledge.
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Dandekar, D. (2020). A genealogy of Muslim feminism in Maharashtra: Systems and violence. In Gender and violence in historical and contemporary perspectives: Situating India (pp. 153–168). Routledge.
2018
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Dandekar, D. (2018). Ideals of womanhood. In Encyclopedia of women in world religions: Faith and culture across history: Vol. 1: African religions to indigenous religions (pp. 345–348). ABC-CLIO.
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Dandekar, D. (2018). Devadasis. In Encyclopedia of women in world religions: Faith and culture across history: Vol. 1: African religions to indigenous religions (pp. 326–328). ABC-CLIO.
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Dandekar, D. (2018). Caste. In Encyclopedia of women in world religions: Faith and culture across history: Vol. 1: African religions to indigenous religions (pp. 321–324). ABC-CLIO.
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Dandekar, D. (2018). Refugees in India after 1947. In Similar but different: Inclusion and exclusion of immigrant communities sharing similar cultural backgrounds with their host societies (pp. 61–66). Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Sciences.
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