`This volume, which also provides an excellent select bibliography, is therefore to be welcomed by all those interested in the study of Indian Christianity' - The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute
Christians of India is an important study on Christian communities in India. Beginning with the authors critical scrutiny on existing literature on Christianity in India, which she feels has suffered from enormous neglect - a neglect that has extended to the study of all non-Hindu communities. The author traces the roots of this neglect to the roots of Sociology and Anthropolgy, from the moment these disciplines came to India.
|From Periphery to Centre|
|Class, Status and Gender|
|Consonance and Conflict|
|The Social and Material Implications of Conversion|