Unearthing Gender: Folksongs of North India
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Published Version (Please cite this version)10.1017/S0021911816001510
Publication InfoPrasad, Leela (2016). Unearthing Gender: Folksongs of North India. JOURNAL OF ASIAN STUDIES, 75(4). pp. 1157-1158. 10.1017/S0021911816001510. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10161/14664.
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Associate Professor of Religious Studies
Leela Prasad's primary interests are in the anthropology of ethics, colonial-era anthropology in South Asia, prison pedagogy and Gandhi, and religion & modernity. Her work examines the lived, expressive dimensions of ethics in Hindu and other Indic contexts through various lenses such as narrative, art and ritual, and everyday practice. She puts these findings in conversation with wider debates in ethics on normativity, subjectivity, aesthetics, temporality and the public, for instance.