Articles on “Teaching Indic Traditions”
Six articles on “Teaching Indic Traditions” are reprinted here with permission of the Association for Asian Studies, Inc., the publisher of Education About Asia (EAA). These articles originally appeared in a special section of Education About Asia, Vol. 6:3 (Winter 2001), a section that was produced with the financial support of The Infinity Foundation.
- Rajiv Malhotra, “Teaching India and the Dialog of Civilizations.”
- Arvind Sharma, “Ten Misconceptions About India and Indic Traditions.”
- Madhu Kishwar, “Traditional Female Moral Exemplars in India.”
- Lucien Ellington, “EAA Interview with Robert Thurman on Indo-Tibetan Buddhism.”
- Fritz Blackwell, “Options for Teaching Gandhi and King.”
- Yvette C. Rosser, “The Clandestine Curriculum: Temple of Doom in the Classroom.”
- Yvette C. Rosser and David Stone, “Exchange between educators, on how to teach India in USA schools.”
Permission to Reprint
Permission to reprint any portion of these articles must be granted by the Association for Asian Studies. Please contact:
Ann W. Beard
Association for Asian Studies
1021 East Huron Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 USA
Further information on Education About Asia and the Association for Asian Studies (including subscription rates and advertising guidelines) is posted on the AAS website: www.aasianst.org, or you may contact Ann W. Beard (see above).