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U OF M CENTER FOR SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES (Imprint)

Center for South Asian Studies

The University of Michigan's Center for South Asian Studies dates its origin to the 1961 founding of the Centers for South and Southeast Asian Studies, which soon thereafter became national centers for language training and area-related studies and research. Since gaining its full independence in 1999, the Center for South Asian Studies has grown to be one of the largest in the U.S., with over forty-five faculty associates representing a large number of University departments and professional schools.

Center for South Asian Studies (CSAS) Publications
1080 S. University, Ste. 3603
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106
Phone: 734-764-0448
Fax: 734-936-0996
Email Center for South Asian Studies: csas@umich.edu
Website: www.ii.umich.edu/csas/

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Doctoral Dissertations on South Asia, 1966–1970

An Annotated Bibliography Covering North America, Europe, and Australia

Annotated listings of doctoral dissertations from 1966-1970 on Ceylon, India, Nepal, and Pakistan

Kinship and History in South Asia

Four Lectures

Four classic studies of kinship in South Asia through historical, anthropological, and literary approaches

The Train That Had Wings

Selected Stories of M. Mukundan

A collection of story-vignettes by one of India’s best contemporary authors

Aryan and Non-Aryan in India

A collection studies of ancient Aryan and non-Aryan Indian cultures from linguistic and historical perspectives

Critical Studies in Indian Grammarians I

The Theory of Homogeneity (Savar?ya)

Traces the history of a series of nuanced interpretations of an important concept in Sanskrit grammar

The Journey

Stories by K. C. Das

This exceptional collection of stories explores human emotions and motivations in all their untidiness.

Masked Ritual and Performance in South India

A survey of the vibrant yet understudied traditions of masked performance playing a distinct role in South India’s visual culture and psychology

Ancient India in Its Wider World

Centers ancient India geographically and historically through interdisciplinary accounts of knowledge and representation in texts, languages, and artifacts

The Train That Had Wings

Selected Stories of M. Mukundan

A collection of story-vignettes by one of India’s best contemporary authors

The Mertiyo Rathors of Merto, Rajasthan

Select Translations Bearing on the History of a Rajput Family, 1462–1660, Volumes 1–2

Two-volume reference work for scholars of late-fifteenth to mid-seventeenth-century Rājasthān

Conversational Tamil

An innovative teaching tool with demonstrated success in the classroom

The Journey

Stories by K. C. Das

This exceptional collection of stories explores human emotions and motivations in all their untidiness.

Beyond Curry

Quick and Easy Indian Cooking Featuring Cuisine from Maharashtra State

Beyond Curry is a practical guide to Indian cooking for novice and expert alike featuring cuisine from Maharashtra state

Paninian Studies

Professor S. D. Joshi Felicitation Volume

Presents state-of-the-art research in Pāṇinian linguistics in honor of one of the twentieth century’s most influential Sanskrit scholars

Men to Bombay, Women at Home

Urban Influence on Sugao Village, Deccan Maharashtra, India, 1942–1982

Comprehensive study of a village in Deccan Maharashtra, its people, and its interactions with the city of Bombay during the last four development decades in India, from both a planning and a human point of view.

Legitimacy and Symbols

The South Asian Writings of F. W. Buckler

Collection of F.W. Buckler’s writings on South Asian history

The Lives of the Buddha in the Art and Literature of Asia

Twenty-seven Jataka tales and Life-of-the-Buddha episodes are compared with depictions of these stories in Asian art.

The Socialization of Family Size Values

Youth and Family Planning in an Indian Village

Discusses the population and fertility issues that occur in a rural Indian village