4 edition of Relocating Gender in Sikh History found in the catalog.
October 24, 2005
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||306|
In her work "Relocating Gender In Sikh History: Transformation, Meaning and Identity" published in , Jakobsh repeats in verbatim what McLeod has written about . In her book Relocating Gender in Sikh History, Jakobsh argues it was during the Singh Sabha Reform Movement of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in India that the name Kaur was given to Sikh women (Jakobsh, p. ). Before this event, many Sikh women were either called Kumari or Devi (my maternal grandmother, a Sikh, who was Author: Jaspal Kaur Singh.
Relocating Gender in Sikh History: Transformation, Meaning and Identity (Oxford India Paperbacks) Jakobsh, Doris R. Published by Oxford University Press (). Since ‘Relocating Gender in Sikh History’ is Doris Jakobsh’s doctoral studies subject, her educators and examiners’ religious orientations, indoctrinations, affiliations, allegiances, gender and academic credentials i.e. their educational qualifications and expertise in theology and history of .
Book Reviews: Doris R. Jakobsh, Relocating Gender in Sikh History: Transformation, Meaning and Iden February Indian Journal of Gender Studies J. JainAuthor: Giselle Galdi. Great Sikh Women. Four years ago, I set out to write a book about some of the famous, inspiring women of the Guru Panth. It was a challenge, searching through our his-tory, finding just a glimpse here and a glimmer there of the remarkable women who contributed to the early years of .
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: Relocating Gender in Sikh History: Transforming, Meaning and Identity (): Jakobsh, Doris R.: BooksCited by: About the Book: This penetrating volume is one of the first to chart the history of gender construction in Sikhism.
Focusing specifically on the Singh Sabha reform movement-spearheaded by British-educated Sikhs in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries-in analyses the development of gender ideals under the Sikh gurus, and their adaptation and in some cases transformation by the new. Relocating Gender in Sikh History Doris Jakobsch Abstract.
This book charts the history of gender construction in Sikhism by focusing on the Singh Sabha Reform Movement spearheaded by British educated Sikhs in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The volume is based on a theoretical analysis of gender construction as a variable in.
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Get this from a library. Relocating gender in Sikh history. [Doris R Jakobsh] -- This unique book attempts to study Sikh history and culture, lauded for its militaristic, hyper-masculine character by India's colonial rulers, from a feminist perspective, an approach that is.
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I recently ran across Relocating Gender in Sikh History by Doris R. Jakobsh who is now an Assistant Professor of Religion at the University of Waterloo. I’m not a scholar of either Sikh history (and Jakobsh shouldn’t be considered one until she can read and understand Gurbani), and the ideas presented below are just fodder for discussion – not being put forth as any authoritative data.
She has already given us, "Relocating Gender in Sikh History: Transformation, Meaning and Identity ()". Her new book ' Sikhism ' is an excellent addition to her publishing history.
“ Sikhism ” is a comprehensive viewpoint of the Sikh scriptures, traditions, history, festivals, homeland, and. Relocating Gender in Sikh History: Jakobsh, Doris: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Books.
Go Search Hello Select your address Author: Doris Jakobsh. RELOCATING GENDER IN SIKH HISTORY: TRANSFORMATION, MEANING AND IDENTITY by Doris R. Jakobsh B.A., The University of Waterloo, M.T.S., Harvard University, A THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY in THE FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES Department of Asian Studies We.
This article discusses the development of gender construction within Sikh history, based on an understanding that gender ideologies and gendered practices are social constructs that are deeply imbricated in societal and religious structures, ideologies and values.
Beginning with the Sikh Guru period through to contemporary Sikh society, central rituals, identity markers, and religio-cultural Cited by: 1. txt Relocating Gender in Sikh History, text ebook Relocating Gender in Sikh History, adobe reader Relocating Gender in Sikh History, chapter 2 Relocating Gender in Sikh History, Relocating Gender in Sikh History This Unique Book Attempts To Study Sikh History And Culture Lauded For Its Militaristic, Hyper Masculine Character By India S Col/5().
Relocating Gender in Sikh History: Transformation, Meaning, and Identity. By R. Jakobsh Doris. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, xii, pp. $ (cloth).Author: Pashaura Singh.
This chapter examines the displacement and reorganization of traditions to initiate markers and rituals of a specifically Sikh identity. The passing of the Anand Marriage Act of —in the teeth of opposition from the Arya Samaj—came to represent Sikhism's distinction from the wider Hindu culture.
The author contextualizes the Anand Marriage Act within the wider framework of Punjab. Relocating Gender in Sikh History:Research-coverage of Blesphemy by Prof.
Kashmir Singh [Department of Law, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar City] The stance, tone and tenor of Doris R. Jakobsch in her book Relocating Gender in Sikh History lacks academic neutrality. Unwittingly or by design it seems to negate or denigrate the khalsa traditions by "picking.
Doris Jacobsh is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Waterloo, Canada. Her book ‘Relocating Gender in Sikh History: Transformation, Meaning and Identity’ published in received mixed reviews by Sikhs. She has had continuing interest in the status of women among Sikhs, sharing her views in some published articles.
Singh Sabha Movement by Prin. Teja Singh (from the book, Essays in Sikhism) It is a small reading; don’t let the pdf file size ( mb) fool you. Singh Sabha Movement by New England Sikh Study Circle; Singh Sabha Movement by Gurdarshan Singh (Chapter from the book ‘History and Culture of Punjab’).
Opens in Google Books. The Better Half of Sikh History, By PUNEET SINGH LAMBA, The Sikh Times, Sep. 1, A review of Relocating Gender in Sikh History: Transformation, Meaning and Identity by Doris R.
Jakobsh. A History of the Sikh Code of Conduct, By I.J. SINGH, The Sikh Times, Jul. 22, A review of Darpan Sikh Rehat Maryada (Punjabi) by Gurbaksh Singh Gulshan. The Transmission of Sikh Heritage in the Diaspora, p. Jakobsh, D.
The Construction of Gender in History and Religion. Faces of the feminine in Ancient, medieval, and modern India, p. Jakobsh, D. Relocating Gender in Sikh History: Transformation Gender in Sikh History.
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Chawla, Bindu. Sikh Immigrant Stu.In her book, Relocating Gender in Sikh History, Doris R Jakobsh notes: “. with Guru Ram Das the symbol (i.e. female voice registered in Aad Guru Granth Sahib which the author notes earlier in the passage) takes on a more palpable reality; indeed love of the divine came to be expressed in utterly profane language”1.
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