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February 1, 2014
JOHN STRATTON HAWLEY
Curriculum Vitae

Personal Data
Address: Department of Religion

Barnard College, Columbia University

3009 Broadway

New York, New York 10027


380 Riverside Drive, Apartment 3H

New York, New York 10025


Email: jsh3@columbia.edu
Website: www.johnstrattonhawley.org
Telephone: (212) 854-5292, 854-2597; fax (212) 854-7491

Education
1969 -1977 Ph.D., Harvard University

Major field: Comparative Religion Ph.D. Dissertation grade: excellent. Dissertation title:"The Butter Thief"


1963 -1966 M.Div., summa cum laude, Union Theological Seminary

Major field: Hebrew Bible/Old Testament


1959 -1963 A.B., cum laude, Amherst College

Major field: History


Other: University of Delhi, 1972

University of Wisconsin, 1971

Goethe Institut, 1969

Hebrew University, Jerusalem, l966



Languages
Hindi, French, German, Sanskrit. Smatterings of Latin, Greek, Hebrew

Professional Employment
2005- Adjunct Professor, Department of International and Public Affairs,

Columbia University


2001-2006 Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Religion, Barnard College,

Columbia University


1986 - Professor, Department of Religion, Barnard College, Columbia University.
1989 -1997 Director, National Resource Center for South Asia, Columbia University
1989 -1995 Director, Southern Asian Institute, Columbia University
1984 -1986 Professor, Department of Asian Languages and Literature, University of Washington
1984 -1986 Visiting Professor, Departments of Religion and Middle East Languages and Cultures, Columbia University
1982 -1984 Associate Professor, Department of Asian Languages and Literature, University of Washington
1982 Visiting Associate Professor, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley
1978 - 1982 Assistant Professor, Department of Asian Lan­guages and Literature, University of Washington
1977 -1978 Assistant Professor, Department of Religion, Bowdoin College

Academic Honors and Research Awards

2013 Barnard College Commendation for Excellence in Teaching

2013 Member, American Academy of Arts and Sciences

2012 Barnard College Mellon Grant for Translation Studies

2011 Barnard College Faculty Research Mini-Grant

2010 Candidate for Vice-President, American Academy of Religion

2009 National Endowment for the Humanities Research Fellowship

2008-2009 American Institute of Indian Studies Senior Fellowship

2007 Barnard College Faculty Grant

2003-2004 NEH American Institute of Indian Studies Senior Fellowship

2003-2004 Two Mellon Short-Term Professional Development grants

2002 Pluralism Project (Harvard University) grant for “Hinduism Here”

2001 Mellon New Directions Fellowship for 2002-2003

2001 Barnard College Faculty Grant

1998 -1999 American Institute of Indian Studies Short-term Senior Fellowship

1993 -1994 Smithsonian Institution Travel Grant to India

1992 -1993 American Institute of Indian Studies Senior Fellowship

1992 - American Society for the Study of Religion

1990 -1991 National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for University Teachers

1990 - Who's Who in America

1988 Barnard College Faculty Grant

1987 Barnard College Faculty Grant



1986 Ford Foundation Delegation of American Scholars of South Asia to visit the People's Republic of China

1986 American Institute of Indian Studies Short-term Senior Fellowship

1985 -1986 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship

1985 -1986 National Endowment for the Humanities Translations Program: grant in support of the translation and critical edition of the Sursagar (with Kenneth E. Bryant)

1985 American Institute of Indian Studies Short-term Senior Fellowship

1982 -1985 National Endowment for the Humanities Research Tools and Editions Program: renewal grant for a critical edition of the Sursagar (with Kenneth E. Bryant)

1984 University of Washington Graduate School Award for International Travel

1983 American Institute of Indian Studies Short-term Senior Fellowship

Fellowship

1982 American Council of Learned Societies Travel Award

1980 -1982 National Endowment for the Humanities Research


1980-1982 National Endowment for the Humanities Tools and Editions Program: grant in support of a critical edition of the Sur Sagar (with Kenneth E. Bryant, University of British Columbia)

1980 -1981 Fulbright-Hayes Fellowship (declined)

1980 -1981 American Institute of Indian Studies Senior Fellowship

1979 University of Washington Graduate School Stipend

1979 American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship for Recent Recipients of the Ph.D.

1978 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend

1976 -1977 Roothbert Fellowship

1973 -1975 Foreign Area Fellowship of the Social Science Research Council and the American Council of Learned Societies

1973 -1974 Frank Knox Fellowship (Harvard University Traveling

Fellowship)

1972 American Institute of Indian Studies Summer Language Fellowship

1966 Union Seminary Travelling Fellowship

1963 -1977 Danforth Graduate Fellowship

1963 -1964 Rockefeller Brothers Theological Fellowship

1963 The Amherst Bond Fifteen

1962 Phi Beta Kappa

1959 -1963 National Merit Scholarship

Books Written or Edited
In Progress
(2015) Into Sur’s Ocean: Poetry, Context, and Commentary. Harvard Oriental Series. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. This 950-page manuscript (as camera-ready copy) comprises verse translations and poem-by poem analyses of compositions attributed to Surdas (the Sursagar) that can be shown to have been in circulation in the 16th century, Surdas’s own.
(2015) Co-editor, with Tyler Williams and Anshu Malhotra, Early Modern Literatures and Traditions in North India. Delhi: Indian Institute for Advanced Study and Oxford University Press.
(2015) AStorm of Songs: India and the the Idea of the Bhakti Movement. Cambridge:

Harvard University Press.

(2014) Sur’s Ocean: Poems from the Early Tradition (with Kenneth E. Bryant). Murty Classical Library of India, incorporating Bryant’s critical reconstructions of the Brajbhasa original and Hawley’s English translation in a facing-page edition. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
Published
2012 Three Bhakti Voices: Mirabai, Surdas, and Kabir in Their Time and Ours, revised paperback edition. Delhi: Oxford University Press.
2009 Editor, Krishna’s Mandala: Bhagavata Religion and Beyond, comprising essays by D. Dennis Hudson. Delhi: Oxford University Press.
2009 The Memory of Love: Surdas Sings to Krishna. New York: Oxford University Press

2007 Editor, The Bhakti Movement—Says Who?, comprising volume 11:3 of The International Journal of Hindu Studies (pp. 209-324) and including a substantive introduction, pp. 209-225.



2006 Co-editor (with Vasudha Narayanan) of The Life of Hinduism, commissioned in "The Life of Religion" series by the University of California Press. Includes an introduction (pp. 1-29), of which I am the

principal author and two of my essays: “A Dalit Poet-Saint: Ravidas” (pp.

199-217 with poems co-translated by Mark Juergensmeyer) and “Militant

Hinduism: Ayodhya and the Momentum of Hindu Nationalism” (pp. 257-265).
2005 Co-editor (with Kimberley Patton), Holy Tears: Weeping in the Religious Imagination. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Includes a chapter by J. S. Hawley called “The Gopis’ Tears,” pp. 94-111.
2005 Three Bhakti Voices: Mirabai, Surdas, and Kabir in Their Time and Ours. Delhi: Oxford University Press.
2004 Songs of the Saints of India, second revised edition (text, notes, and preface to the revised edition by J. S. Hawley; poems translated by J. S. Hawley and Mark Juergensmeyer). Delhi: Oxford University Press. xxii + 244 pp.
2002 Editor, A Temple and a Text: Two Monuments in the Intellectual Life of

Dennis Hudson, special issue of the Journal of Vaisnava Studies (11:2). 197 pp., including an introduction (pp. 1-14) by J. S. Hawley.
1999 Editor, with Martha Selby, for Indian religions except Buddhism and

Islam, of the Encyclopedia of World Religions (Springfield. MA: Encyclopedia Britannica and Merriam-Webster). These articles also contribute to the ongoing database upon which the Encyclopedia



Britannica depends.
[1998] Editor: Devi: Goddesses of India, South Asia edition. Delhi: Motilal

Banarsidass.


1996 Editor: Devi: Goddesses of India (with Donna M. Wulff). Berkeley: University of California Press. xiii + 352 pp. The introduction is by

J. S. Hawley. Published simultaneously in hardcover and paperback editions.


1994 Editor: Sati, The Blessing and the Curse: The Burning of Wives in India. New York: Oxford University Press. Contains a substantial introduction and an afterword: "The Communities and Mysteries of Sati." xiii + 214

pp. Published simultaneously in hardcover and paperback editions. Print-

on-demand version available, 2001.
1994 Editor: Fundamentalism and Gender. New York: Oxford University Press. Contains an extended introduction (in part, with Wayne Proudfoot) and a chapter, "Hinduism: Sati and its Defenders." 220 pp. Published simultaneously in hardcover
1993 Editor: Studying the Sikhs: Issues for North America (with Gurinder Singh Mann). Albany: State University of New York Press. 217 pp.

Published simultaneously in hardcover and paperback editions.


[1992] At Play with Krishna, South Asia edition. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass.
[1989] Krishna, the Butter Thief, South Asia edition. Delhi: Oxford University Press.
1988 Songs of the Saints of India (text and notes by J. S. Hawley; poems translated by J. S. Hawley and Mark Juergensmeyer). New York:

Oxford University Press. xii + 244 pp. Published simultaneously in hardcover and paperback editions.


1987 Editor: Saints and Virtues. Berkeley: University of California Press. Includes an introduction on the relation between sainthood and morality and an essay, "Morality beyond Morality in Three Hindu Saints." xxiv + 256 pp. Published simultaneously in hardcover and paperback editions.
[1986] Editor: The Divine Consort, paperback edition. Boston: Beacon Press.
[1985] At Play with Krishna, paperback edition. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
1984 Sur Das: Poet, Singer, Saint. Seattle: University of Washington Press; and Delhi: Oxford University Press. xx + 233 pp.
1983 Krishna, the Butter Thief. Princeton: Princeton University Press. xix + 415 pp.
1982 Editor: The Divine Consort: Radha and the God­desses of India. Berkeley: Berkeley Religious Studies Series and Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass (with Donna M. Wulff). Includes preface on Indian society and the nature of the Goddess, an essay ("A Vernacular Portrait: Radha in the Sur Sagar"), and notes on some of the miniature paint­ings included as illustrations. xviii + 4l4 pp.
1981 At Play with Krishna: Pilgrimage Dramas from Brindavan. Princeton: Princeton University Press (in association with Shrivatsa Goswami). xvi +

339 pp.



Journal, Encyclopedia, and Series Articles

2013 “How Do the Gauḍīyas Belong? Kavikarṇapūra, Jaisingh II, and the

Question of Sampradāy,” Journal of Hindu Studies 6:2, pp. 114-130. [online version: doi: 10.1093/jhs/hit008]
2013 “Mughal Bhakti, A Response.” Journal of Hindu Studies 6: 1, pp. 73-81.
2013 “Surdas.” Brill’s Encyclopedia of Hinduism, ed. Knut A. Jacobsen et al., vol. 4. Leiden: E. J. Brill.
2012 “Surdas.” Oxford Bibliographies Online: Hinduism, ed. Alf Hiltebeitel. New York: Oxford University Press. http://www.oxfordbibliographiesonline.com.
2011 “The Four Sampradayas: Ordering the Religious Past in Mughal North India,” in Rosalind O’Hanlon and David Washbrook, eds., South Asian History and Culture 2:2, pp. 160-183.
2009 “The Bhakti Movement—From Where? Since When?” IIC Occasional Paper #10. New Delhi: India International Centre, pp. 1-19.
2009 “The Bhakti Movement—Since When?” Journal of the Indian Council of Philosophical Research 24:4 (2007), pp. 69-90. The actual publication date was May, 2009.
2008 “Shabad Hazare,” Journal of Punjab Studies 15:1-2, special issue on Guru Gobind Singh.
2008 “Mirabai in the Pothi Prem Ambodh,” with Gurinder Singh Mann, Journal of Punjab Studies 15:1-2, pp. 199-226.
2007 “Longing,” in Yehudit Kornberg Greenberg, ed., The Encyclopedia of Love in WorldReligions, vol. 2 (Goleta, CA: ABC-CLIO), pp. 374-377..
2006 “Two Poems from Surdas,” Catamaran 5, pp. 18-23.
2006 “Hinduism Here,” Spotlight on Teaching, Religious Studies News 21:4

(October, 2006), pp. iii, vii.

2006 “Bhakti,” in Rachel Dwyer, ed., Keywords in South Asian Studies (London:

School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London). Available online at: http://www.soas.ac.uk/centres/centreinfo.cfm?navid=912.


2005 “Hindi Religious Traditions,” “Krsna,” and “Surdas,” Encyclopedia of

Religion, second edition (New York: Macmillan).
2005 “Comparative Religion for Undergraduates: What Next?,” The Chicago Forum on Pedagogy and the Study of Religion, Martin Marty Center Occasional Papers, vol. 2 (Chicago: University of Chicago Divinity School), pp. 18-33, 54-55.
2004 “Dramas of Estrangement: Christ and Krishna,” Journal of Vaishnava

Studies 13:1, pp 5-9.
2004 “The Damage of Separation: Krishna’s Loves and Kali’s Child”

Journal of the American Academy of Religion 72:2, pp. 369-393.
2003 “Modern India and the Question of Middle-Class Religion,” International Journal of Hindu Studies 5:2 [formally, December, 2001], pp. 217-225.
2002 “God’s Vacation: Remembrance and Retreat as Religion,” The Lester

Lecture on the Study of Religion, 2002 (Boulder: Department of Religious

Studies, University of Colorado).


2002 “Sacred Journeys,” Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Viewer’s Guide (Thirteen/WNET, Public Broadcasting System, [March]), pp. 4-7.
2002 “Sur’s Sudama,” Journal of Vaisnava Studies 10:2, pp. 19-37.
2000 "Who Speaks for Hinduism--and Who Against?," thematic issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Religion (68:4) on "Who Speaks for Hinduism?", pp. 711-720.
2000 "Sur's Radha: Two Triptychs and a Double," Journal of Vaisnava Studies 8:2, pp. 95-117.
1999 “Hinduism,” Merriam-Webster’s Encyclopedia of World Religions, gen. ed., Wendy Doniger (Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster), pp. 433-463.

The article makes use of earlier contributions to the Encyclopedia



Britannica, editing and updating them, and adds new components and a new frame to this ongoing tradition.
1999 "Govardhan Puja, When Krishna Worships Krishna," Journal of Vaisnava Studies 7:2, pp. 37-63.
1999 "Fundamentalism," in Serinity Young, ed., Encyclopedia of Women and World Religion (New York: Macmillan)
1997 "Dispatches from the Battlefield of Love," Journal of Vaisnava Studies 5:4, pp. 139-162.
1995 "Gopi," "Krsna," "Prema, Preman," and "Radha" entries in Jonathan Z. Smith, William Scott Green, et al., eds, The HarperCollins Dictionary of

Religion (San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco), pp. 392, 646-647, 856, 875.
1994 "The Creation of Braj in the Poetry of Surdas." Journal of Vaisnava Studies 3:1 (special issue devoted to the conference on "The Continuing Creation of Vraja"), pp. 5-22.
1994 Poems of Tulsidas and Nanak, translated in Songs of the Saints of India, reprinted in The Kalyana-Kalpataru 39:9 (June), p. 1071 and n.p.
1993 "Ayodhya and the Rubble of Religion," SIPA News 6:2, pp. 3, 16.
1993 "Why Surdas Went Blind." Journal of Vaisnava Studies 1:2 (Winter, 1993), pp. 62-78.
1992, 1995 "Every Play a Play within the Play," in the Journal of Vaisnava Studies l:l, pp. 146-165. Also printed in William S. Sax, ed., The Gods at Play: Lila in South Asia (New York: Oxford University Press, 1995), pp. 115-130.
1991 "Naming Hinduism," The Wilson Quarterly 15:3 (summer), pp. 20-34.
1988 Author and Authority in the Bhakti Poetry of North India." The Journal of Asian Studies 47:2, pp. 269-290.
1988 "Tulsi Das," Encyclopedia of Asian History, vol. 4, ed. Ainslie Embree et al., vol. 1. New York: Scribner, p. 147.
1988 "Mathura," Encyclopedia of Asian History, vol. 3, p. 510.
1988 "Bhakti," Encyclopedia of Asian History, vol. 1, pp. 154-157.
1988 Translations (with Mark Juergensmeyer) of poems attributed to Mirabai. Bulletin of the Center for the Study of World Religions, Harvard University, vol. 14:1, pp. 26-29.
1987 "Krishna and the Birds." Ars Orientalis 17, pp. 137-161. [Actually published 1989.]
1987 "Hindi Religious Traditions," The Encyclopedia of Religion, vol. 6, pp. 330-336. (An entry of 3000 words.)
1987 "Krsna," The Encyclopedia of Religion, vol. 8, pp. 384-387. (An entry of 1500 words.)
1984 "The Thief in Krishna," Parabola 9:2, pp. 6-13.
1984 "The Music in Faith and Morality," Journal of the American Academy of Religion 52:2, pp. 243-262.
1983 "The Boston Vinadhara Siva," Journal of the Oriental Institute, Baroda 33:1-2, pp. 141-145, pl.
1982 "The Joys and Despairs of Filming in Sarasvati's Treasurehouse," South Asia Library Notes and Queries, 13, pp. 10-13, and 14, pp. 8-12.
1981 "Shiva's Manifestations of the Universe" (with Laura Shapiro), The Weekly (Seattle), Nov. 25-Dec. 1, p. 26.
1981 "Scenes from the Childhood of Krishna on the Kailasanatha Temple, Ellora," Archives of Asian Art 34, pp. 74-90.
1981 "Krishna in Black and White: Darsan in the Early Sur Sagar," Journal of Asian and African Studies 15:1-2 (1980), pp. 43-58.
1981 Yoga and Viyoga: Simple Religion in Hinduism," Harvard Theological Review 74:2, pp. 1-20.
1980 "Pilgrims' Progress through Krishna's Playground," Asia 3:3, pp. 12-19, 45.
1979 "Thief of Butter, Thief of Love," History of Religions 18:3, pp. 203-220.
1979 "The Early Sur Sagar and the Growth of the Sur Tradition," Journal of the American Oriental Society 99:1, pp. 64-72.
1979 "Krishna's Cosmic Victories," Journal of the American Academy of Religion 47:2, pp. 201-221.
1978 "The Butter Thief: Abstract," in Manmohan Thakaur, ed., Surdas Pancsati Samaroh. Calcutta: Surdas Pancsati Samaroh, 2 pp.
1977 "Inner Sanctums: An American in Brindavan," Bulletin of the Center for the Study of World Religions, Harvard University, pp. 19-36.
1969 Co-editor and translator, "The Mideast Problem: I, Views of Jewish and Arab Students in Israel, Student World 62:1, pp. 5-108.

Chapters and Entries in Books

(?) “The Commonwealth of Love and its Limits” in Rajeev Bhargava and

Sudipta Kaviraj, eds., Religion, Conflict, and Accommodation in Indian History: The Medieval Period
(?) “Bhatts in Braj,” in Tyler Williams, Anshu Malhotra, and John Stratton Hawley, eds., Early Modern Literatures in North India (Delhi: Indian Institute for Advanced Study and Oxford University Press)
(?) “Enabling Antinomies: Tensions and Tensile Strength in Wilfred Cantwell Smith,” in Ellen Aitken and Arvind Sharma, eds., The Legacy of Wilfred Cantwell Smith

(?) “Mirabai at the Court of Guru Gobind Singh,” with Gurinder Singh Mann, in Allison Busch and Thomas deBruijn, eds., People in Motion, Ideas in Motion: Culture and Circulation in Pre-Modern South Asia (Leiden: E. J. Brill).


(?) “Mirabai in Manuscript,” in Nancy M. Martin, Mirabai: Hindu Saint for

a Global World.
(2013) “The Currents in Sūr’s Ocean,” in Shrivatsa Goswami, ed., Revisiting Vraja (Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts)
2013 “The Four Sampradayas—and Other Foursomes,” in Imre Bnahga, ed., Bhakti Beyond the Forest: Current Research on Early Modern Literatures in North India, 2003-2009, (Delhi: Manohar), pp. 21-50.

2013 “How Vallabhacharya Met Krishnadevaraya,” in Anila Verghese, ed., Krishnadevaraya and His Times: Cultural Perspectives (Mumbai: K. R. Cama Oriental Institute)


2011 “The Four Sampradāys: Ordering the Religious Past in Mughal North India,” in Rosalind O’Hanlon and David Washbrook, eds., Religious Cultures in Early Modern India (London: Routledge), pp. 40-74.
2011 Foreword to Guy L. Beck, Vaisnava Temple Music in Vrindaban: The Radhavallabha Songbook (Kirksville, MO: Blazing Sapphire Press)
2011 Poems of Raidas, Surdas, and Tulsidas, translated with Mark Juergensmeyer, in Andrew Schelling, ed., The Oxford Anthology of Bhakti Literature (Delhi: Oxford University Press), pp. 128-136, 150-153.
2011 “The Four Sampradayas: Ordering the Religious Past in Mughal North India,” in Rosalind O’Hanlon and David Washbrook, eds., Religious Cultures in Early Modern India: New Perspectives (London: Routledge), pp. 40-74.
2009 “Seeing the Bhakti Movement,” in Himanshu Prabha Ray, ed., Archaeology and Text: The Temple in South Asia (Delhi: Oxford University Press), pp. 232-267.
2009 “The Bhagavata Mahatmya in Context,” in Heidi R. M. Pauwels, ed., Patronage and Popularisation, Pilgrimage and Procession: Channels of Transcultural Translation and Transmission in Early Modern South Asia; Papers in Honour of Monika Horstmann (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz), pp. 81-100.
2009 “Sanatana Dharma as the Twentieth Century Began: Two Textbooks, Two Worlds,” in Ishita Banerjee-Dube and Saurabh Dube, eds., Ancient to Modern: Religion, Power, and Community in India (Delhi: Oxford University Press), pp. 312-336.
2007 “Braj: Fishing in Sur’s Ocean,” in Edwin F. Bryant, ed., Krishna: A Sourcebook (New York: Oxford University Press), pp. 223-240.
2006 “The Verbal Icon—How Literal?,” in Monika Horstmann, ed., Bhakti Literature in Current Research, 2001-2003 (Delhi: Manohar), pp. 153-162.

2006 “Comparative Religion for Undergraduates: What Next?,” in Thomas

Idinopulos, James Hanges, and Brian Wilson, eds., Comparing Religions:

Possibilities and Perils (Leiden: E. J. Brill), pp. 115-142.
2005 Preface to V. P. Tripurari, Form of Beauty: The Krishna Art of B. G.

Sharma (San Rafael, CA: Mandala), pp. vi-vii.
2004 “Afterword,” in Robert Bly and Jane Hirschfield, Mirabai: Ecstatic Poems

(Boston: Beacon Press), pp. 67-99.


2004 “Global Hinduism in Gotham,” in Tony Carnes and Fenggang Yang,

eds., Asian American Religions: Borders and Boundaries (New York:

New York University Press), pp. 112-137.
2004 “Kabir and the Transcendental Bly,” Afterword to Robert Bly, Kabir:

Ecstatic Poems (Boston: Beacon Press), pp. 77-102.
2002 “Report on Bhakti Research,” in Winand Callewaert and Dieter

Taillieu, eds., Current Research 1997-2000: Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Early Literature in New Indo-Aryan Languages, 23-26 August 2000 (New Delhi: Manohar), pp. 67-75


2002 Excerpt from the prologue to Devi: Goddesses of India reprinted in the

section “Darshan: Seeing the Hindu Divine Image in the Age of

Mechanical Reproduction” in S. Brent Plate, ed., Religion, Art, & Visual

Culture: A Cross-Cultural Reader (New York: Palgrave), pp. 182-186.
2000 "Krishna and the Gender of Longing," in Nancy Martin and Joseph Runzo, eds., Love, Sex, and Gender in the World Religions (Oxford: Oneworld Publications), pp. 238-256.
1999 "Fundamentalism," in Courtney W. Howland, ed., Religious Fundamentalisms and the Human Rights of Women (New York: St. Martin's Press), pp. 3-8.
1998 "Religious Studies: Medieval Hinduism," in Joseph W. Elder, Edward C. Dimock, Jr., and Ainslie T. Embree, eds., India's Worlds and U.S.

Scholars: 1947-1997 (New Delhi: Manohar), pp. 433-444.
1997 Foreword to the new edition of Love Song of the Dark Lord, by Barbara Stoler Miller. New York: Columbia University Press, pp. xi-xii.
1996 "Bhakti, Democracy, and the Study of Religion," in K. Satchidananda Murty and Amit Dasgupta, eds., The Perennial Tree (New Delhi: Indian Council for Cultural Relations), pp. 213-236.
1996 Translations of poetry attributed to Kabir and Mirabai reprinted in Vasudha Narayanan, "The Hindu­ Tradition," in Willard G. Oxtoby, ed., World Religions: Eastern Traditions (Toronto: Oxford University Press), pp. 72- 73.
1995 Translations [with Mark Juergensmeyer] of poetry attributed to Mirabai, in Maynard Mack, gen. ed., The Norton Anthology of World Masterpieces,

Expanded Edition, vol. 1 (New York: W. W. Norton), pp. 2312-2316.
1995 "The Saints Subdued: Domestic Virtue and National Integration in Amar Chitra Katha," in L. A. Babb and S. S. Wadley, eds., Media and

the Transformation of Religion in South Asia (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press), pp. 107-134.
1995 "Mirabai as Wife and Yogi." In Vincent L. Wimbush and Richard Valantasis, eds., Asceticism (New York: Oxford University Press), pp. 301-319.
1995 "The Nirgun/Sagun Distinction in Early Manuscript Anthologies of Hindu Devotion." In David N. Lorenzen, ed., Bhakti Religion in North India:

Community Identity and Political Action (Albany: SUNY Press), pp. 160- 180.
1994 "The Bharat Kala Bhavan Sursagar." In Alan W. Entwistle and Francoise Mallison, eds. Studies in South Asian Devotional Literature (Delhi:

Manohar), pp.480-513.


1994 "Devotional Poetry of Medieval North India," in Barbara Stoler Miller, ed., Masterpieces of Asian Literature in Comparative Perspective (Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe), pp. 78-93.
1993 Translations of poetry attributed to Mirabai anthologized from Songs of the Saints of India, in Serinity Young, An Anthology of Sacred Texts

by and about Women (New York: Crossroad and London: Pandora), pp. 297-298.
1992 "Creative Enumeration in the Vinaya Poetry of Surdas." In R. S. McGregor, ed., Devotional Literature in South Asia: Current Research, 1985-1988. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 225-236.
1992 "Krsna in the Performing Arts." In Steven J. Rosen, ed., Vaisnavaism: Contemporary Scholars Discuss the Gaudiya Tradition. New York: Folk

Books, pp. 77-88.


1991 "Pilgrimage Out West." In John Carman and Steven Hopkins, eds., Tracing Common Themes: Comparative Courses in the Study of Religion. Atlanta:

Scholars Press, pp. 65-79.


1991 "A Bhil Woman Tasted Them, Plum after Plum," poem attributed to Mirabai reprinted from Songs of the Saints of India in Susie Tharu and K.

Lalita, eds., Women Writing in India, vol. 1 (New York: The Feminist Press), pp. 93-94.


1991 "A Feast for Mount Govardhan," in Diana L. Eck and Francoise Mallison, eds., Devotion Divine: Bhakti Traditions from the Regions of India

[Festschrift for Charlotte Vaudeville]. Groningen: Egbert Forsten and Paris: Ecole Francaise d'Extreme Orient, pp. 155-179.
1991 "Teaching the Hindu Tradition." In Mark Juergensmeyer, ed., Teaching the Introductory Course in Religious Studies: A Sourcebook. Atlanta: Scholars Press, pp. 37-48.
1990 "Asceticism Denounced and Embraced: Rhetoric and Reality in North Indian Bhakti." In Austin Creel and Vasudha Narayanan, eds., Monastic Life in the Christian and Hindu Traditions. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, pp. 459-495.
1988 Translations (with Mark Juergensmeyer) from the poetry of Sur Das, Ravi Das, Mira Bai, and Nanak, in the revised edition of Sources of Indian

Tradition, vol. 1, ed. Ainslie Embree. New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 358-367, 369, 376-378, 502, 504-505.
1987 "The Sant in Sur Das," in Karine Schomer and W. H. McLeod, eds., The Sants: Studies in a Devotional Tradition of India. Berkeley: Berkeley

Religious Studies Series; and Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, pp. 191-211.


1986 "Images of Gender in the Poetry of Krishna," in Caroline Walker Bynum, Stevan Harrell, and Paula Richman, eds., Gender and Religion: On the

Complexity of Symbols. Boston: Beacon Press, pp. 231-256.
1986 "Echoes of Love and Creation in the Poetry of Sur Das." In Margaret Case and N. Gerald Barrier, eds., Aspects of India. Delhi: Manohar, pp.

45-62.
1983 "The Sectarian Logic of the Sur Das ki Varta," in Monika Thiel-Horstmann, ed., Bhakti in Current Research, 1979-1982. Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag, pp. 157-169.


1979 "Review and Prospectus of Research," in W. M. Callewaert, ed., Early Hindi Devotional Literature in Current Research. Leuven: Katholieke

Universiteit (Delhi: Impex India), pp. 77-80.


1979 "Solitude and Community among Sants and Vaisnavas," in Mark Juergensmeyer and N. Gerald Barrier, eds., Sikh Studies: Comparative

Perspectives on a Changing Tradition. Berkeley: Berkeley Religious Studies Series, pp. 91-94.

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