U.S. Hinduism Studies: The Critics Speak
What's wrong with Hinduism studies in the U.S.? Plenty, say non-scholars and scholars critical of the academy.
A Look at Microsoft Encarta, by Sankrant Sanu
Critiquing Hinduism studies in the U.S. By Rajiv Malhotra
The Courtright Twist And Academic Freedom
Would books making dubious psychoanalytical claims about the Prophet Muhammed, or the Virgin Mary, exist for 20 years in the American academia without any internal critique? By Sankrant Sanu
Love's Child: The Way Of The Gods
By Antonio T. de Nicolas
Kali's Child: Psychological And Hermeneutical Problems
By Prof. Somnath Bhattacharyya
On Colonial Experience and the Indian Renaissance
By S. N. Balagangadhara
Could The Emperor Just Be Buck Naked?
By V. Chandrasekhar
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