Table of Contents — Religions of South Asia 8.3

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Religions of South Asia

Issue 8.3 (2014) table of contents

Simon Brodbeck, Dermot Killingley and Anna King

Prison Letter Writing as Theology of Presence: German and Indian Perspectives
Trey Palmisano

Civility and Politicized Love in Gandhi
Tony Milligan

What Does Bamiyan Tell Us about Muslim Attitudes to Buddhism? Unpacking ‘Buddhist-Muslim Conflicts’ in Contemporary Asia
Kieko Obuse

Brahmanic Codes and Sanskrit Vocabulary in the Political Language of Islamic Preaching in Contemporary India
Ronie Parciack

Peace by Peaceful Means? A Preliminary Examination of Buddhist Peacebuilding in Post-Conflict Nepal
Anna King

Book Reviews
Making Sense of Tantric Buddhism: History, Semiology, and Transgression in the Indian Traditions, by Christian K. Wedemeyer
Reviewed by David DiValerio

His Hiding Place is Darkness: A Hindu-Catholic Theopoetics of Divine Absence, by Francis X. Clooney
Reviewed by Thomas A. Forsthoefel

Lines in Water: Religious Boundaries in South Asia, by Eliza F. Kent and Tazim R. Kassam
Reviewed by Deepa S. Reddy

Engaging South Asian Religions: Boundaries, Appropriations and Resistances, by Matthew Schmalz and Peter Gottschalk (eds.)
Reviewed by John Zavos

Simon Brodbeck (
Cardiff University
Dermot Killingley (
Newcastle University
Anna King (
University of Winchester

Book Review Editor
Suzanne Newcombe

ISSN: 1751-2697

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