Resources for South Asian Area Studies in the United States

The report of a conference convened by the Committee on South Asia of the Association for Asian Studies for the United Sates Office of Education, 23-25 February 1961, analyzing the state and needs of American studies of India, Pakistan, Ceylon, Afghanistan, and Nepal.

Resources for South Asian Area Studies in the United States
Report of a Conference Convened by the Committee on South Asia of the Association for Asian Studies for the U.S. Office of Education

Edited by Richard D. Lambert

1962 | 320 pages | Cloth $79.95
Asian Studies
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Table of Contents

Development of South Asia Studies in the United States 1951-1961
—W. Norman Brown
An Inventory of the Needs in the Development of Political Science in South Asian Studies
—Myron Weiner
Economic Materials for South Asian Studies
—Wilfred Malenbaum
An Inventory of the Needs in the Development of South Asian History
—Holden Furber
Notes on Preparation of Materials for Modern Indian Literature
—Edward C. Dimock
Contemporary Philosophy, Religion, Arts, Music and Dramatic Art
—Karl H. Potter
Neglected Fields
—Morris David Morris
Varieties of Language Compentences
—H. A. Gleason, Jr.
Utilizing the Visitors from South Asia
—Burton Stein
Bridging the Gap Between the Academician and the Practitioner
—William T. Phillips
Report of the Conference on the Strengthening and Integration of South Asian Language and Area Studies
—Richard D. Lambert