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New CosmopolitanismsSouth Asians in the US$

Gita Rajan and Shailja Sharma

Print publication date: 2006

Print ISBN-13: 9780804752800

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: June 2013

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9780804752800.001.0001

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(p.171) Index

(p.171) Index

Source:
New Cosmopolitanisms
Publisher:
Stanford University Press
acculturation, 143–144, 146
Ahmad, Eqbal, 51–52
Appadurai, Arjun, 3, 9–10, 15–16, 29n, 31n. 159, 159, 169n
Bald, Vivek, 45–46
Bauman, Zygmunt, 8, 15–16, 27–28, 29n
beauty pageants, 142
beauty-thin ideal, 138–139, 143, 147
body image dissatisfaction, 138–139, 143–147
Brennan, Timothy, 5, 28n. 161
Buddhists, 20, 98–100, 103–04
Castells, Manule, 3, 8
Chadha Gurinder, 115, 116, 118–118, 122–123, 154
Chakrabarty, Dipesh, 151, 169n
Cheah, Pheng, 28, 30n.
Chow, Rey, 58–59
Christians, 24, 102–03
civic nationalism, 18, 20–21
Cohen, Robin, 2, 7
contemporary artists/art, 72–73, 75, 79, 82, 87–88
cosmopolitanism, 2, 4–5, 73, 78, 80, 84, 86, 89, 92–3, 104–06, 115–117, 120–130, 133, 151, 156–159, 161
curatorial voice, 75–77, 85–87
diaspora, 8, 72–73, 78–80, 83–84, 86–89, 116, 117, 123–125, 128, 132–133, 134, 135, 156–158, 161;
South Asian diaspora, 72–73, 75, 78–80;
traditional diaspora, 2, 3–4,
display strategy, 72–76, 78–81, 85, 88–89;
contextual approach to, 76–77, 80, 83, 85–86;
masterpiece approach to, 76
ethnic identity, 144, 146
ethnicity/authenticity, 161, 162–163
exhibitions;
Devi: The Great Goddess, 75, 81–85;
The Flame and the Lotus, 74;
India Through the Lens: Photography 1840–1911, 85;
Manifestations of Shiva, 75;
Painted Prayers, 80, 81;
Painted Poems, 74;
Peaceful Liberators: Jain Art from India, 75;
Puja: Aspects of Hindu Devotion, 79–81;
Sensuous and the Sacred: Chola Bronzes from South India, 86;
Traces of India: Photograph, Architecture, and the Politics of Representation 1850–1900, 85
(p.172) fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence), 101–02
Fun-Da-Mental, 56
Ghai, Subhash, 126–127
gender issues, 97, 99, 100, 102, 103, 113 note 48, 114 note 54
globalization, 1–4, 8–10, 17–18, 20–21, 27, 138, 140, 155–159
Gurudwara, 20, 94, 96–98
Hindu, 14, 18–20, 24, 98–99, 156, 165
Hing, Bill Ong, 3, 26
homeland: 2, 7, 124–133
Indo Anglian, 150–151, 156, 160–168
Khan, Nusrat Fateh Ali, 48, 57–58
Localism, 20
Lowe, Lisa, 11, 62–63
McCarthy, Thomas, 17, 26
media representation 138–139, 144–147
Mexican-Americans, 95
museums;
Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, 74–77, 79, 82, 85;
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 72, 75;
Metropolitan Museum of Art, 72, 74, 88–89;
Norton Simon Museum, 74;
Peabody Essex Museum, 72;
Philadelphia Museum of Art, 75
museum audiences, 73, 76–78, 83, 87–88;
connoisseurs, 77, 84;
families, 78, 82–83;
non-specialist viewers, 78, 84;
local Washington residents, 80, 83, 86–87;
Western viewers, 77
Muslim, 20, 24, 26, 100–102, 105, 156
Nair, Meera, 6, 116, 119, 121, 123, 154
New Cosmopolitanisms, 1–5, 7–12, 14, 17, 19, 22, 23, 27, 152, 154, 157–159, 166–167
Ong, Aihwa, 11, 29n.
outreach, 74, 85, 87
Pakistani Americans;
Activism, 60–61;
Artists, 52;
Effect of September 11th, 50–51, 59–63;
Institutions and societies, 49;
Internet sites, 52–53;
National origins, 39–43, 61;
Religious identity, 43–45, 61–63;
Scholars, 53
Pakistan—national identity, 39–43, 61
Parsis see Zarthustis
Portes, Rumbaut, 12
Prashad, Vijay, 4, 11–13
Punjabi pioneers, 94–5
Quraishi, Ibrahim, 54
racial teasing, 138, 145–147
religious legal issues, 97–98
Rouse, Roger, 3, 10–11
Rushdie Affair, 61–62, 150, 152, 156–158
Rushdie, Salman, 55–56, 150, 152, 155–157, 162–164, 166, 169n
Safran, 2, 7
sexuality, 116, 125, 126, 130, 133
Sheikh, Fazal, 53–54
Sikhs, 13, 20, 24, 94, 96–98
South Asian art collections, 71–74, 77, 79, 87–88;
collectors: Brundage, Avery, 72;
Freer, Charles Lang, 72, 76–77;
Rockefeller, J. D., 72;
Simon, Norton, 72;
limitations of collection practices, 72, 75
technomics, 20
Tŏlŏyan, Kachig, 2, 7
Tomlinson, John, 10, 19, 29n, 33n, 150, 169n
transnational, 18, 115–117, 120–121, 125, 129–130, 132;
transnationalism, 92–3, 96, 104–06
Werbner, Pnina, 24, 27–28
Zarthustis, 103–04
Zoroastrians see Zarthusti