The Oxford handbook of Sikh studies

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Full title: The Oxford handbook of Sikh studies / edited by Pashaura Singh and Louis E. Fenech.
Alternative titles: Handbook of Sikh studies
Sikh studies
Other authors: Pashaura Singh.
Fenech, Louis E.
Format: eBook           

Table of Contents:
  • An Overview of Sikh History
  • The Evolution of the Sikh Community
  • Sikhism in the Eighteenth Century
  • The Sikh Kingdom
  • Colonial Formations of Sikhism
  • Sikhs in Independent India
  • Representations of Sikh History
  • Survey of Literature in the Sikh Tradition
  • The Guru Granth Sahib
  • The Dasam Granth
  • The Works of Bhai Gurdas
  • The Works of Bhai Nand Lal Goya
  • Sectarian Works
  • Pre-colonial Sikh Literature
  • Sikhism in Twentieth-Century Punjabi Literature
  • 'Western' Writers on the Sikhs
  • Linguistic and Philological Approaches to Sacred Sikh Literature
  • Gurmat The Teachings of the Gurus
  • The Khalsa and the Rahit
  • Sikh Interactions with Other Religions
  • Secular and Religious (Miri/Piri) Domains in Sikhism Frames for Sikh Politics
  • Sikh Nationalism
  • Postcolonial and Postmodern Perspectives on Sikhism
  • Sikh Philosophy
  • Sikh Institutions
  • Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee An Overview
  • The Shiromani Akali Dal
  • Sikh Sects
  • Sikh Sants and Their Establishments in India and Abroad
  • Taksals, Akharas, and Nihang Deras
  • Global Sikhism
  • Sikh Music
  • Sikh Cultural Performances
  • Sikh Art
  • The Darbar Sahib
  • The Khalsa Heritage Complex
  • Sikh Material Culture
  • Sikh Martial Art (Gatka)
  • Sikhi through Internet, Films, and Videos
  • Sikh Culture and Punjabiyat
  • The Sikh Diaspora
  • Sikhs in Mainland European Countries
  • Sikhs as a Racial and Religious Minority in the US
  • Sikhs Living Beyond Punjab in India
  • Sikh Migration, Diasporas, and Transnational Practices
  • Punjabi Sikhs and Gora Sikhs
  • 'Khalistan' as Political Critique
  • Changing Manifestations of Caste in the Sikh Panth
  • Gender in Sikh Traditions
  • A Feminist Interpretation of Sikh Scripture
  • New Directions in Sikh Studies.