Translations : under the name of Wendy Doniger O'Flaherty:. Manchester: Manchester University Press; A new translation for the Court Theatre, Chicago, production of February, Harmondsworth: Penguin Classics, Abridged by Wendy Doniger. Philadelphia and London: Running Press, A new translation, introduction, and commentary.
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Average Review. Write a Review. Philosopher Martha Nussbaum, concurring with Novetzke, adds that while the agenda of those in the American Hindu community who criticize Doniger appears similar to that of the Hindu right-wing in India, it is not quite the same since it has "no overt connection to national identity", and that it has created feelings of guilt among American scholars, given the prevailing ethos of ethnic respect, that they might have offended people from another culture.
While Doniger has agreed that Indians have ample grounds to reject postcolonial domination, she claims that her works are only a single perspective which does not subordinate Indian self-identity. Two scholarly reviews in the Social Scientist and the Journal of the American Oriental Society , though praising Doniger for her textual scholarship, criticized both Doniger's poor historiography and her lack of focus.
The Hindu American Foundation protested this decision, alleging inaccuracies and bias in the book. In February , as part of settlement with plaintiff to a lawsuit brought before an Indian district court, The Hindus was recalled by Penguin India. The book has since been published in India by Speaking Tiger Books.
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Doniger has written 16 books, translated primarily from Sanskrit to English with commentary nine other volumes, has contributed to many edited texts and has written hundreds of articles in journals, magazines and newspapers. Biography Lists. Intro American Indologist A. Wendy Doniger O'Flaherty, W. Reception Recognition Since she began writing in the s, Doniger has gained the reputation of being "one of America's major scholars in the humanities".
Doniger is a scholar of Sanskrit and Indian textual traditions. By her self-description, I myself am by both temperament and training inclined to texts. Christian Lee Novetzke, associate professor of South Asian Studies at the University of Washington, summarizes this controversy as follows: Wendy Doniger, a premier scholar of Indian religious thought and history expressed through Sanskritic sources, has faced regular criticism from those who consider her work to be disrespectful of Hinduism in general.
Novetzke cites Doniger's use of "psychoanalytical theory" as Works Doniger has written 16 books, translated primarily from Sanskrit to English with commentary nine other volumes, has contributed to many edited texts and has written hundreds of articles in journals, magazines and newspapers. The Ganges London: Macdonald Educational, New York: Macmillan, New York: Columbia University Press, The Jordan Lectures. Der Mann, der mit seiner eigenen Frau Ehebruch beging. Mit einem Kommentar von Lorraine Daston.
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