South and Southeast Asia culture and religion : the SSEASR journal
South and Southeast Asian Association for the Study of Culture and Religion
Place of publication
New Delhi, India
This article is by way of a ‘Report’ (in the Lyotardian sense) on Indologism - which term registers both a disciplinary phenomenon or project we call Indology, and the passing of this movement when it is problematized, just it as happened to Oriental Studies in the wake of the much-touted demuring trope of Orientalism. But Indology unlike perhaps the already-ghosted Orientalism (e.g. Raymond Schwab’s fine study before even Said jumped on to the bandwagon) is well past the Orientalist-post.
Field of Research
220315 Philosophy of Religion
Socio Economic Objective
950499 Religion and Ethics not elsewhere classified
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