DEEPAK HERITAGE BOOKS
Journal of Vaishnava Studies
Volume 13, No. 2, Spring 2005
Madhva Vedanta: The Beginning or the End of an
Debating the Place of Science and Faith in the
Creation of a Krishna Comic Book
On the Periphery of Krishna--Max Weber,
Modernity, and Postmodern Divinity
The Virtual and the Visible in the Radhaballabh
Bahktivinoda Thakura and the Modernization of
Bhaktivedanta Swami and the Golden Age
A Meeting with Charles Darwin and the Bhagavata
Hindu Rituals to Sacralize the American Landscape
Ansu, Modernity and the "Pangs of
The Ramayana in Modern Media and
Arvind Sharma / The Bhagavad-gita, trans. by Swami Tripurari
Neal Delmonico / Rejoinder
About the Contributors
Steven J. Rosen, Editor, Journal of Vaishnava Studies and author of several books on Vaishnava-related subjects.
Deepak Sarma, Assistant Professor of Religion at Case Western University.
Karline McLain, doctoral candidate in South Asian Cultures and Languages at the University of Texas in Austin. She will join Bucknell University as Assistant Professor of South Asian Religions in Fall, 2005.
David Smith, teaches South Asian religions at Lancaster University, UK.
Cynthia P. Atherton, art historian who teaches Asian art at Middlebury College. her current work is on the visual culture of several Krishna temples in Vrindaban and Jaipur.
Jason D. Fuller, Visiting Assistant Professor of Asian Religions at Washington and Lee University.
Mans Broo, Lecturer, Department of Comparative Religion, Abo Akademi University, Finland.
Jonathan B. Edelmann, Ph.D. candidate at the University of Oxford, England. His area of research is the relationship of Vaisnava conceptions of nature and creation with contemporary evolutionary theory.
Vadudha Narayanan, Professor Religion at the University of Florida and recent President of the American Academy of Religion.
Charles S. J. White, Professor emeritus of philosophy and religion at the Amterican University in Washington, DC. Author of many books, essays, journal and encyclopedia articles.
Michael Sternfeld, Independent scholar and producer/director. Produced first complete audio production of the unabridged Ramayana.