Contemporary issues The book places a number of contemporary issues in a historical context and thereby helps in deepening one's understanding. Law in Ancient and Medieval Hindu Traditions: 7. Law and Modern Hinduism: 12. Whistler Faculty Fellow at Indiana University, Maurer School of Law. The influence of these concerns is yet again demonstrated by Narula, in her discussion on the Uniform Civil Code. Readers will immediately identify further examples of how religion is affected by shifts in law and the creation of new juridicized categories, such as family or the status of the individual, that gain relevance in the interplay of law and religion within religious and secular societies.
Krishnan closes the volume with an essay on Hinduism and law outside of India, in the diaspora. An historical overview of Hindu law Donald R. Grants: 2015-16 Lenfest Foundation sabbatical supplemental grant, Washington and Lee University 2009-18 Lenfest Grants for summer research, Washington and Lee University. Maclean New York: Harcourt, 2000; 3rd edition, Thomson, 2002 , pp. It is rich in detail and new information on a wide variety of sources for information on Hindu law in theory and practice. Hinduism and Law: An Introduction. Law and Modern Hinduism: 12.
Young New York: Macmillan, 1999 , pp. The authors present the major transformations to India's legal system in both the colonial and post colonial periods and their relation to recent changes in Hinduism. Symposium: Legitimacy, Economic Development and Change, convened by David Linnan Columbia, S. For instance, we know that Mimamsa influences Hindu law, but few have asked about that influence the precise questions that McCrea poses: Where is the influence evident? Śūdra Dharma and legal treatments of caste Ananya Vajpeyi; 10. Dharmaśāstra: a textual history Patrick Olivelle; 3. Hindu legal practice in premodern India Axel Michaels; 4. Atharvaśiras: Historical Study, Critical Edition, and Translation.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986 , and in American Studies: An Annotated Bibliography, 1984—1988, edited by Jack Salzman Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990. In the divine court of appeals: vows before the God of justice Aditya Malik; 14. Dharmasastra: a textual history Patrick Olivelle; 3. The creation of Anglo-Hindu law Rosane Rocher; 5. Davis, Jr and Jayanth Krishnan; Part I. Numerous entries on music and intellectual history in American Studies: An Annotated Bibliography, edited by Jack Salzman, 3 vols. Oxford University Press, 2018 , pp.
Description Mode of access: World wide Web. Oxford University Press, 2018 , pp. Hindu legal practice in premodern India Axel Michaels; 4. From the standpoint of legal pedagogy, it is profoundly significant that the essay deliberates on this question based on materials that are distinct from the Western positivist tradition. Sudra Dharma and legal treatments of caste Ananya Vajpeyi; 10.
Hatcher New York: Routledge, 2016 , pp. I, Scienze delle religioni 3 Firenze: Firenze University Press, 2005 , pp. His publications concern classical Hindu ritual and doctrine, and their relation to legal precepts and practices in India. Law and the Hindu Diaspora: a thumbnail survey Jayanth Krishnan; Appendices; Glossary; Bibliography. The creation of Anglo-Hindu law Rosane Rocher; 5.
The authors present the major transformations to India's legal system in both the colonial and post colonial periods and their relation to recent changes in Hinduism. The second and third parts are concerned not with Hindu law as a separable discourse or body of materials, but with Hinduism and law, in the premodern period and then in the periods of British rule and independence. Smith, Reflections on Resemblance, Ritual, and Religion 1989 , Southern Asian Institute Newsletter 14 2 , Columbia University, Spring 1990, pp. Timothy Lubin is Professor in the Department of Religion, and Lecturer in Law and Religion in the School of Law, at Washington and Lee University. Law and Hindu nationalist movements Smita Narula; 16.
Proceedings of the Fifth International Vedic Workshop, Bucharest 2011, edited by Jan E. Review of Patrick Olivelle, The Āśrama System: The History and Hermeneutics of a Religious Institution 1993 , Union Seminary Quarterly Review 48. In the same exploratory mode is Jayanth Krishnan's piece on the relationship between the Hindu diaspora and the legal systems of different countries. Law and the Hindu Diaspora: a thumbnail survey Jayanth Krishnan; Appendices; Glossary; Bibliography. His previous publications include The Spirit of Hindu Law Cambridge University Press, 2010 and The Boundaries of Hindu Law: Tradition, Custom and Politics in Medieval Kerala 2004. Davis is Associate Professor in the Department of Languages and Cultures of Asia at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Temples, deities, and the law Richard Davis; 13.