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Author: Michael W Meister
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Title: Ethnography and Personhood: Notes from the Field
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Publisher: Rawat Publications (January 1, 2000)
Pages: 228

Ethnography and Personhood: Notes from the Field by Michael W Meister



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Meister, Michael . ed. (2000). Ethnography and Personhood: Notes from the Field. Jaipur: Rawat Publications. Meister, Michael . (1995). Ananda K. Coomaraswamy: Essays in Architectural Theory. New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts and Oxford University Press. Ghosh, Pika; Meister, Michael W. Cooking for the Gods: The Art of Home Ritual in Bengal. Newark: The Newark Museum.

Michael W. Meister, W. Norman Brown Professor of South Asia Studies in the Department of the History of Art, is a specialist in the art of India and Pakistan. He has served as chair of the Department of South Asia Studies (SASt) and director of Penn's South Asia Center; he is Consulting Curator, Asian Section, University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology; and Faculty Curator of the South Asia Art Archive within the Penn Library's South Asia Image Collection. A catalogue and exhibition of Intimate Worlds: Masterpieces of Indian Painting from the Alvin O. Bellak Collection documented a major gift of Indian miniature paintings to the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Meister, Michael . lt;templatestyles src "Module:Citation/CS1/styles. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press and Bombay: Vakils, Feffer & Simons. Encyclopædia of Indian Temple Architecture (vol.

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"This volume grows out of a thematic seminar on "Pilgrimage, Art, and Ritual: Ethnography and Art History" sponsored by the Center for the Advanced Study of Indian at the University of Pennsylvania and a subsequent cross-disciplinary field study, "Continuities of Religious Patronage: Pilgrimage Temples in Western India", undertaken with support from the J. Paul Getty Trust's Interpretive Research Program and affiliation with the Institute for Rajasthan Studies, Jaipur. The seminar brought together significant practitioners from several disciplines to talk about issues of carrying out fieldwork in India, speaking in personal voices about the process of using one's body and mind as a filter for direct experience. The contributions by Anne Feldhaus, Ann Grodizins Gold, and Richard Davis reflect their explorations not only of the culture studied but of the process of study itself. Irene J. Winter explores a methodology for using ethnographic insights from the ritual traditions of India to enliven objects from her own field, the ancient Near East. The essays by Lawrence A. Babb, John E. Cort, and Michael W. Meister, focusing on four pilgrimage temples in Rajasthan, provide preliminary explorations of the multiplicity of truths these temples in their social context represent."