Listen to the heron's words : reimagining gender and kinship in North India / Gloria Goodwin Raheja and Ann Grodzins Gold.

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Raheja, Gloria Goodwin, 1950-
Other Authors: Gold, Ann Grodzins, 1946-
Format: Book
Published: Berkeley : University of California Press, ©1994.
Series:Online access: California Digital Library UC Press E-Books Collection, 1982-2004 (Open Access)
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Preface:
  • Listening to Women in Rural North India /
  • Ann Grodzins Gold and Gloria Goodwin Raheja
  • Introduction: Gender Representation and the Problem of Language and Resistance in India /
  • Gloria Goodwin Raheja
  • Sexuality, Fertility, and Erotic Imagination in Rajasthani Women's Songs /
  • Ann Grodzins Gold
  • On the Uses of Irony and Ambiguity: Shifting Perspectives on Patriliny and Women's Ties to Natal Kin /
  • Gloria Goodwin Raheja
  • On the Uses of Subversion: Redefining Conjugality /
  • Gloria Goodwin Raheja
  • Devotional Power or Dangerous Magic? The Jungli Rani's Case /
  • Ann Grodzins Gold
  • Purdah Is As Purdah's Kept: A Storyteller's Story /
  • Ann Grodzins Gold
  • Conclusion: Some Reflections on Narrative Potency and the Politics of Women's Expressive Traditions /
  • Gloria Goodwin Raheja and Ann Grodzins Gold
  • Appendix:
  • Rajasthani and Hindi Song Texts
  • Glossary of Hindi and Rajasthani Words.