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Coverage for grant RA-50126-14

RA-50126-14
Research Fellowships for Senior Scholars in the Humanities to Conduct their Projects in India
Philip Lutgendorf, American Institute of Indian Studies

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=RA-50126-14

Catherine Adcock faculty spotlight (Media Coverage)
Author(s): n/a
Publication: Revelation: The Religious Studies Newsletter
Date: 9/15/2016
Abstract: In India, over the past year, Muslims and persons of low caste have been repeatedly attacked on suspicion of slaughtering cows. “Cow protection,” or efforts to prevent cow-killing, has a long history in Indian politics. Yet there is much we don’t know about this history. With sup-port from an AIIS/NEH fellowship, Cassie Adcock spent the Fall semester doing research for her new book about cow protection in north India between 1881 and 1969.
Link: https://religiousstudies.artsci.wustl.edu/files/religiousstudies/imce/revelation_-_the_religious_studies_newsletter_-_fall_2016.pdf

Kashmir is a constantly shifting idea: Chitralekha Zutshi (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Kaveree Bamzai
Publication: India Today
Date: 1/25/2018
Abstract: interview with Chitralekha Zutshi one of India's premier scholars, who believes the politicisation of history is not new. "History has always been political. Every state uses the past for ideological reasons," says the William and Mary College professor of history, who has authored two books on Kashmir, including Kashmir: History, Politics, Representation
Link: https://www.indiatoday.in/magazine/supplements/woman/story/20180205-chitralekha-zutshi-scholar-kashmir-1154324-2018-01-25


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