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Bibliography on Intergenerational Issues in the Hindu Diaspora


Compiled by Eliza Kent, Colgate University


Agarwal, Priya. Passage from India: Post 1965 Indian Immigrants and their Children; Conflicts, Concerns and Solutions. Palos Verdes, CA: Yuvati Publications, 1991.


Baumann, Martin. 1995. "Conceptualizing Diaspora: The Preservation of Religious Identity in Foreign Parts, Exemplified by Hindu Communities outside India." Temenos 31:19-35.


Coward, Harold, et al, eds. 2000. The South Asian Religious Diaspora  in Britain, Canada, and the United States.  New York: State  University of New York Press.


Coward, Harold and David Goa. 1987. "Religious Experiences of the South Asia Diaspora in Canada." In South Asian Diaspora in Canada: Six Essays, ed. Milton Israel.  Ontario: Multicultural Historical Society.


Dempsey, Corinne. 2006. The Goddess Lives in Upstate New York.  New York: Oxford University Press.


Eck, Diana.  2001. A New Religious America. San Francisco: Harper Collins.


Hess, Ron. 1990.  Pilgrimage to Pittsburgh (VHS, 28 min.)


Israel, Milton, ed. 1987. The South Asian Diaspora in Canada:  Six  Essays.  Toronto:  The Multicultural History Society of Ontario.


Kanungo, Rabindra N., ed. 1984. South Asians in the Canadian Mosaic.   Montreal:  Kala Bharati.


Narayanan, Vasudha. 1992. "Creating the South Indian 'Hindu' Experience in the  United States." In A Sacred Thread: Modern Transmission of Hindu Traditions, ed. Raymond Williams. Anima, 147-176.


Pearson, Anne McKenzie. 1999. “Mothers and Daughters: The  Transmission of Religious Practice and the Formation of Hindu  Identity Among Hindu Women in Ontario.” In Hindu Diaspora: Global Perspectives, edited by T. S. Rukmani, 427-442. Montreal: Concordia University Press.


Rayaprol, Aparna. 1997. Negotiating Identities:  Women in the Indian  Diaspora.  Delhi:  Oxford University Press.


Rukmani, T. S., ed. 1999. Hindu Diaspora:  Global Perspectives.   Montreal: Concordia University Press.


Leonard, Karen Isaksen. 1997. The South Asian Americans. Westport, Conn: Greenwood.


Sheth, Pravin. 2001. Indians in America: One Stream, Two Waves, Three Generations. New Delhi: Rawat.


Vertovec, Steven. 2000. The Hindu Diaspora: Comparative Patterns. London: Routledge.


Waghorne, Joanne. 1999."The Hindu Gods in a Split-Level World." In Gods of the City, ed. Robert Orsi.  Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 103-130.


---.  2004.  Diaspora of the Gods: Modern Hindu Temples in an Urban Middle-Class World. New York: Oxford University Press.


Williams, Raymond. 1988. Religions of Immigrants from India and Pakistan: New Threads in the American Tapestry. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


Wood, Marjorie. 1980. "Hinduism in Vancouver: Adjustments in the Home, the Temple, and the Community." In Visible Minorities and Multiculturalism: Asians in Canada, ed Victor Ujimoto. Toronto: Butterworths, 277-288.



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