Glimpses of indian history and art : reflections on the past, perspectives for the future : proceedings of the international congress, Rome, 18-10 April 2011

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• SHRIMALI (K. M.), Vocabulaty of Indian arts, pp.1-32

● KALIDOS (R.), Tamil literary traditions: their relevance in the study of Indian arts, pp.33-76

● HEGEWALD (J.), Reflections on the past, perspectives for the future, pp.77-100

● HARDY (A.), Indian temple typologies, pp.101-126

● JHA (D. N.), Contesting stereotypes: the case of hindu identity, pp.127-152

● VERARDI (G.), The brahmanisation of Gandhara and freater Gandhara, pp.153-172

● GANESHRAM (S.), Vaisnava divyadesas of Malainatu in the historical setting, pp.173-210

● CIMINO (R. M.), Iconographies between shipwrecks and resurfacing tresors, pp.211-232

● RAJARAJAN (R. K. K.), Dance of Ardhanari. A historiographical retrospection, pp.233-270

● DAS GUPTA (S.), Remembering Tribal India: landscape, ethnology and governance in chotanagpur and Santal parganas, pp.271-294

● PRAYER (M.), Recent Italian perspectives on Gandhi, pp.295-318

● LO MUZIO (C.), Notes on Gandharan painting, pp.319-336

● LORENZETTI (T.), The temple complex of talakad. New archeological evidence between history and popular tradition, pp.337-360

● SCIALPI (F.), Change and continuity in Hinduism. A category of its own in the history of religions, pp.361-406