Table of contents for Woman's eye, woman's hand : making art and architecture in modern India : a collection of essays / edited by D. Fairchild Ruggles.
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Preface and Acknowledgements
In the Presence of Women
D. Fairchild Ruggles
1. Reading Place through Patronage
Begum Samru’s Building Campaign in Early Ninteenth-century India
2. Breaking the Rules
Purdah, Self-expression and the Patronage of Maharanis in Jaipur
Catherine B. Asher
3. The Buildings of the Begums of Bhopal
"Islamic" Architecture in a Nineteenth-century Indian Princely State
Barbara D. Metcalf
4. Memorial Parks to Begum Hazrat Mahan and Mayawati in Lucknow
Cultural Landscape and Political Ideologies
5. Making Women (In)Visible?
Homespun in the Nationalist Politics of Dress and Identity in Modern India, 1917-1935
6. Seen through a Screen
Doris Duke’s Patronage of South Asian Artists
7. Thinking through Pictures
A Kantian Reading of Amrita Sher-Gil’s Self-portrait as Tahitian
Pradeep A. Dhillon
8. Pravina Mehta
A Woman Architect in Post-independence India
Mary N. Woods
9. Shifting Boundaries and Creating Identities
Women Architects in India: 1960 Onward
About the Editor and Contributors
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Art, Indic -- 20th century.
Architecture -- India -- History.
Feminism -- India.
Women in art.
Women architects -- India.