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
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Introduction
In the Presence of Women
D. Fairchild Ruggles
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1. Reading Place through Patronage
Begum Samru’s Building Campaign in Early Ninteenth-century India
Alisa Eimen
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2. Breaking the Rules
Purdah, Self-expression and the Patronage of Maharanis in Jaipur
Catherine B. Asher
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3. The Buildings of the Begums of Bhopal
"Islamic" Architecture in a Nineteenth-century Indian Princely State
Barbara D. Metcalf
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4. Memorial Parks to Begum Hazrat Mahan and Mayawati in Lucknow
Cultural Landscape and Political Ideologies
Amita Sinha
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5. Making Women (In)Visible?
Homespun in the Nationalist Politics of Dress and Identity in Modern India, 1917-1935
Lisa Trivedi
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6. Seen through a Screen
Doris Duke’s Patronage of South Asian Artists
Sharon Littlefield
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7. Thinking through Pictures
A Kantian Reading of Amrita Sher-Gil’s Self-portrait as Tahitian
Pradeep A. Dhillon
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8. Pravina Mehta
A Woman Architect in Post-independence India
Mary N. Woods
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9. Shifting Boundaries and Creating Identities
Women Architects in India: 1960 Onward
Madhavi Desai
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About the Editor and Contributors



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Art, Indic.
Art, Indic -- 20th century.
Architecture -- India -- History.
Feminism -- India.
Women in art.
Women architects -- India.