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Everyday Life in South Asia, Second Edition.

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Editor: Mines, Diane P.
Other Names: Lamb, Sarah,
Published: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 2010.
Edition: 2nd ed.
Topics: Islam and culture. | POLITICAL SCIENCE - Public Policy - Cultural Policy. | SOCIAL SCIENCE - Anthropology - Cultural. | SOCIAL SCIENCE - Popular Culture.
Regions: South Asia - Social life and customs. | South Asia.
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Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; Note on Transliteration; Map; Introduction; Part One: The Family and the Life Course; Introduction; 1 One Straw from a Broom Cannot Sweep: The Ideology and Practice of the Joint Family in Rural North India; 2 Allah Gives Both Boys and Girls; 3 ""Out Here in Kathmandu"": Youth and the Contradictions of Modernity in Urban Nepal; 4 Rethinking Courtship, Marriage, and Divorce in an Indian Call Center; 5 Love and Aging in Bengali Families; Part Two: Genders; Introduction; 6 New Light in the House: Schooling Girls in Rural North India.
7 Roadwork: Offstage with Special Drama Actresses in Tamil Nadu, South India8 Breadwinners No More: Identities in Flux; 9 Life on the Margins: A Hijra's Story; 10 Crossing ""Lines"" of Difference: Transnational Movements and Sexual Subjectivities in Hyderabad, India; Part Three: Caste, Class, and Community; Introduction; 11 Seven Prevalent Misconceptions about India's Caste System; 12 God-Chariots in a Garden of Castes: Hierarchy and Festival in a Hindu City; 13 High and Low Castes in Karani; 14 Weakness, Worry Illness, and Poverty in the Slums of Dhaka.
15 Anjali's Alliance: Class Mobility in Urban India16 Recasting the Secular: Religion and Education in Kerala, India; Part Four: Practicing Religion; Introduction; 17 The Hindu Gods in a South Indian Village; 18 The Feast of Love; 19 The Delusion of Gender and Renunciation in Buddhist Kashmir; 20 Muslim Village Intellectuals: The Life of the Mind in Northern Pakistan; 21 In Friendship: A Father, a Daughter, and a Jinn; 22 Vernacular Islam at a Healing Crossroads in Hyderabad; Part Five: Nation-Making; Introduction; 23 Voices from the Partition; 24 A Day in the Life.
25 Living and Dying for Mother India: Hindu Nationalist Female Renouncers and Sacred Duty26 Political Praise in Tamil Newspapers: The Poetry and Iconography of Democratic Power; 27 Mala's Dream: Economic Policies, National Debates, and Sri Lankan Garment Workers; 28 Interviews with High School Students in Eastern Sri Lanka; Part Six: Globalization, Public Culture, and the South Asian Diaspora; Introduction; 29 Cinema in the Countryside: Popular Tamil Film and the Remaking of Rural Life; 30 Dangerous Desires: Erotics, Public Culture, and Identity in Late-Twentieth-Century India.
31 A Diaspora Ramayana in Southall32 British Sikh Lives, Lived in Translation; 33 Examining the ""Global"" Indian Middle Class: Gender and Culture in the Silicon Valley/Bangalore Circuit; 34 Placing Lives through Stories: Second-Generation South Asian Americans; 35 Unexpected Destinations; List of References; List of Contributors; Index.

Table of Contents for: Everyday Life in South Asia, Second Edit