International Journal of Hindu Studies
The International Journal of Hindu Studies offers a scholarly exploration of topics in Hindu studies, fostering new work in neglected areas, alternative perspectives, and the exchange of information. The Journal supports critical inquiries, hermeneutical interpretive proposals, and historical investigations into all aspects of Hindu traditions.
Publishing articles that advance scholarship in all aspects of Hindu studies, the journal emphasizes areas of research that have cross-disciplinary relevance or set forth new implications for this emerging field. Comparative and theoretical articles span a broad range of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences.
Jennifer D. Ortegren (March 2019)
Introduction to Special Issue: Where Class Meets Religion—Examining Middle-Class Religiosity in India
Joanne Punzo Waghorne (March 2019)
The Śrī Maṅkala Vināyakar Satsaṅg Group: Religious Practice and Middle-Class Status in Tamil Nadu, South India
Nicole A. Wilson (March 2019)
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