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Author: Dennis McGilvray
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Title: Symbolic Heat: Gender, Health & Worship among the Tamils of South India and Sri Lanka
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Symbolic Heat: Gender, Health & Worship among the Tamils of South India and Sri Lanka by Dennis McGilvray



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Symbolic Heat: Gender, Health, and Worship among the Tamils of South India and Sri Lanka.

Dennis McGilvray is Professor emeritus of cultural anthropology at the University of Colorado, Boulder moreDennis McGilvray is Professor emeritus of cultural anthropology at the University of Colorado, Boulder. from Reed College (1965), and his P. from the University of Chicago (1974).

Symbolic Heat: Gender, Health and Worship among the Tamils of South India and Sri Lanka. 72 p. elocated Lives: Displacement and Resettlement in the Mahaweli Project, Sri Lanka. Birgitte Refslund Sørensen. Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1996. 247 p. miable Incoherence: Manipulating Histories and Modernities in. Batticaloa.

For the Tamils in modern-day South India and Sri Lanka, a concept of physical and spiritual heat as female energy (sakti) influences their diet, their traditional medical practices, their view of men and women, and their worship of Hindu deities.

Symbolic Heat: Gender, Health & Worship among the Tamils of South India and Sri Lanka ) For the Tamils, an ethnic community in modern-day South India and Sri Lanka, a concept of physical and spiritual heat as female energy (sakti) influences their diet, their traditional medical practices, their view of men and women, and their worship of Hindu deities. McGilvray, Dennis Beaton was born on August 16, 1943 in Palo Alto, California, United States. Son of Alexander Seawall and Susan (Hays) McGilvray.

Symbolic Heat : Gender, Health and Worship among the Tamils of South India and Sri Lanka. by Dennis B. McGilvray. For the Tamils, an ethnic community in modern-day South India and Sri Lanka, a concept of physical and spiritual heat as female energy (sakti) influences their diet, their traditional medical practices, their view of men and women, and their worship of Hindu deities.

Sri Lanka and South India, popular Hinduism and Islam, caste and family patterns, Tamil ethnicity, civil war and tsunami recovery. Regional and Thematic Interests. South Asia, popular religions, family and marriage patterns, caste and ethnic tensions, photography and visual culture. Dennis McGilvray is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Colorado Boulder and the past President of the American Institute of Sri Lankan Studies. His skill with a camera is displayed in his photo-book Symbolic Heat: Gender, Health, and Worship among the Tamils of Sri Lanka and South India (1998). At the moment, he is working on a book manuscript entitled A House for Every Daughter that describes women-centered households and female dowry property in Sri Lanka and South India. Selected Publications. 2016 Rethinking Muslim Identity in Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka, India, Tamil Nadu (India). Published in conjunction with a traveling exhibit of the same name. Includes bibliographical references (p. 71-72). : Number of pages.

For the Tamils, an ethnic community in modern-day South India and Sri Lanka, a concept of physical and spiritual heat as female energy (sakti) influences their diet, their traditional medical practices, their view of men and women and their worship of Hindu dieties

For the Tamils, an ethnic community in modern-day South India and Sri Lanka, a concept of physical and spiritual heat as female energy (sakti) influences their diet, their traditional medical practices, their view of men and women, and their worship of Hindu deities.