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Stereotypes in Schooling: Negative Pressures in the American Educational System by Yvette C. Rosser, PhD. – Part 1

Stereotypes in Schooling: Negative Pressures in the American Educational System by Yvette C. Rosser, PhD – A.B.D.-PART -I (A shorter version of this paper was published in Hindu Diaspora: Global … Continue reading

April 13, 2015 · Leave a comment

Project to Create a Scholarly Renaissance in Hindu Studies

The goal of this long range project is to identify, connect with, build community, intellectually support, and gather together a body of dedicated scholars and academically sympathetic colleagues who will … Continue reading

March 30, 2015 · Leave a comment

The Coming Paradigm Shift: Hindu Studies in the USA (© 2007) -Yvette C. Rosser, PhD

  \ The Coming Paradigm Shift: Hindu Studies in the USA (© 2007) -Yvette C. Rosser, PhD The study of Hinduism in the West is currently undergoing a metamorphosis. Swadharma, … Continue reading

January 30, 2015 · Leave a comment

Pervasive Pedagogical Paradigms -Yvette C. Rosser

Pervasive Pedagogical Paradigms Yvette C. Rosser   Published in SAGAR, South Asian Graduate Research Journal  Vol . 3. 1, Spring 1996. The evolution of education in India is characterized by … Continue reading

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Hin-Jews

“Hin-Jews” (4/29/94) Yvette C. Rosser, PhD During the sixties and seventies, numerous Hindu and Buddhist spiritual groups came to the West and established outposts of their religious teachings.  These groups … Continue reading

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Imagining Jambudvipa

Imagining Jambudvipa: Deconstructing Occi-centric Meta-Theories in a Post-Traditional Milieu (c) First presented at Elon University in 1996 (original title:) Imagining Jambudvipa: Deconstructing Post-Modern Post-Orientalist Post-Colonial Occi-centric Meta-Theories and Other Such … Continue reading

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The Last Tasty Morsel of Official Bias in the American Melting Pot: Academic Hinduphobia

The study of Hinduism in the West is currently undergoing a metamorphosis. Second and third generation Hindu-Americans, who since the 1960’s were educated in American high schools, have been personally … Continue reading

January 22, 2015 · Leave a comment