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  • Progressive ctivism among Buddhists, Hindus, and Muslims in the U.S.
    Yukich, Grace (2017)
    In Ruth Braunstein, Todd Nicholas Fuist, and Rhys H. Williams (eds.) Religion and Progressive Activism. New Stories about Faith and Politics. New York: New York University Press, pp. 225-245.

    Explores factors that inhibit sociologists from studying religious activism by Buddhists, Hindus, & Muslims in the U.S. Uses interviews with activists in the 3 traditions.

    Associated Search Terms: Activism; Buddhist, U.S.A.; Islam, U.S.A.; Sociology of religion; Hindu, U.S.A.
  • Hinduism at work in Queens.
    Weiner, Matthew (2013)
    In Richard Cimino, Nadia A. Mian, and Weishan Huang (eds.) Ecologies of Faith in New York City. The Evolution of Religious Institutions. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. 220-240.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, New York, New York; Hindu, U.S.A.; Biography
  • What is American about American Hinduism? Hindu umbrella organizations in the U.S. in comparative perspective.
    Kurien, Prema A. (2012)
    In John Zavos, Pralay Kanungo, Deepa Reddy, Maya Warrier, and Raymond Brady Williams (eds.) Public Hinduisms. Los Angeles: Sage, pp. 90-111.

    Associated Search Terms: Hindu, U.S.A.
  • Putting the "fun" in fundamentalism: Religious nationalism and the split self at Hindutva summer camps in the United States.
    Falcone, Jessica Marie (2012)
    Ethos 40:2: 164-195.

    Hindutva, a Hindu supremacist movement, seen in 2 Hindu-American summer camps.

    Associated Search Terms: Ethnocentrism; Hindu, U.S.A.; Nationalism
  • Preserving Ethnicity through Religion in America. Korean Protestants and Indian Hindus across Generations.
    Min, Pyong Gap (2010)
    New York: New York University Press.

    Hindu immigrant religion in the U.S.A. supports ethnic identity because of its close identity with it while Korean Protestantism undermines it. Based largely on telephone & face-to-face interviews with representative samples.

    Associated Search Terms: Korean Americans; Indian Americans; United States, New York, New York; Identity; Generations; Hindu, U.S.A.; Comparative; Ethnic; Participant observation
  • A Place at the Multicultural Table: The Development of an American Hinduism.
    Kurien, Prema A. (2007)
    New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Hindu, U.S.A.; Migrant
  • Religion and the New Immigrants. How Faith Communities Form Our Newest Citizens.
    Foley, Michael W., and Dean R. Hoge (2007)
    New York: Oxford University Press.

    Based on participant observation & a survey of ethnic religious organizations; emphasizes the various levesl of civic engagement.

    Associated Search Terms: Activism; Congregationalism; Hindu, U.S.A.; Indian Americans; Islam, U.S.A.; Korean Americans; Polity; Salvadoran Americans; Civic skills; Identity; United States, District of Columbia, Washington; Sikh, U.S.A.; Assimilation; Social services; Ethnic; Network; Organization; Social capital; Parish
  • Mr. President, Why Do You Exclude Us from Your Prayers?: Hindus Challenge American Pluralism.
    Kurien, Prema A. (2006)
    In Stephen Prothro (ed.) A Nation of Religions: The Politics of Pluralism in Multireligious America. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, pp. 119-138.

    Associated Search Terms: Pluralism; United States; Hindu, U.S.A.
  • Religion and Maintenance of Ethnicity among Immigrants: A Comparison of Indian Hindus and Korean Protestants.
    Min, Pyong Gap (2006)
    In Karen Leonard (ed.) Immigant Faith: Transforming Religious Life in America. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 99-122.

    Associated Search Terms: Indian Americans; Korean Americans; Hindu, U.S.A.; Ethnic; Migrant
  • The Goddess Lives in Upstate New York: Breaking Convention and Making Home at a North American Hindu Temple.
    Dempsey, Corinne G. (2006)
    Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    Ethnography of a Srividya tradition temple of Devi.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, New York, Rochester; Participant observation; Hindu, U.S.A.
  • Being young, brown, and Hindu: The identity struggles of second generation Indian Americans.
    Kurien, Prema A. (2005)
    Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 34: 434-469.

    Associated Search Terms: Participant observation; Generations; Identity; Hindu, U.S.A.
  • Multiculturalism, Immigrant Religion, and Diasporic Nationalism: The Development of an American Hinduism.
    Kurien, Prema A. (2004)
    Social Problems 51:3: 362-385.

    Associated Search Terms: Pluralism; Indian Americans; Hindu, U.S.A.; Ethnic; Migrant
  • Paradoxes of Media-reflected Religiosity among Hindu Indians.
    Nimbark, Ashakant (2004)
    In Tony Carnes and Fengang Yang (eds.) Asian American Religions. The Making and Remaking of Borders and Boundaries. New York: New York University Press, pp. 98-111.

    Content analysis of Indian ethnic media in New York City & ethnography at Hindu temples there.

    Associated Search Terms: Indian Americans; Migrant; Media; Participant observation; United States, New York, New York; Hindu, U.S.A.; Content analysis
  • Staking a claim on American-ness: Hindu temples in the United States.
    Gupta, Himanee (2003)
    In Paul Spickard (ed.) Revealing the Sacred in Asian & Pacific America. New York:Routledge, pp. 193-208.

    Associated Search Terms: Hindu, U.S.A.
  • The Social Integration of Practitioners of non-Western Religions in the United States.
    Wuthnow, Robert, and Conrad Hackett (2003)
    Journal for the scientific Study of Religion 42:4: 651-667.

    Analyzes 2000 survey data from English-speaking Americans in non-western religions. Their social profile resembles that of American Jews.

    Associated Search Terms: Stratification; Integration (social); Buddhist, U.S.A.; Education; Jewish, U.S.A.; Hindu, U.S.A.
  • Religious Diversity in America: The Emergence of Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, and others.
    Smith, Tom W. (2002)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 41:3: 577-585.

    Presents survey data; shows small but growing percentages of non-Christian religions in the U.S.A.

    Associated Search Terms: Hindu, U.S.A.; United States; Islam, U.S.A.; Buddhist, U.S.A.
  • Religion, Ethnicity, and Politics; Hindus and Muslim Indian Immigrants in the United States.
    Kurien, Prema A. (2001)
    Ethnic and Racial Studies 24: 263-293.

    Associated Search Terms: Hindu, U.S.A.; Islam, U.S.A.; Ethnic; Indian Americans; Migrant; Politics, U.S.A.
  • Hindu nationalism in the United States: Changing configurations of political practice.
    Rajagopal, Arvind (2000)
    Ethnic and Racial Studies 23:3: 467-496.

    Associated Search Terms: Hindu, U.S.A.; Nationalism
  • Being Swaminarayan: The Ontology and Significance of Belief in the Construction of a Gujarati Diaspora.
    Kim, Hannah Hea-Sun (2000)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University.

    Associated Search Terms: Belief; Swaminarayan; Indian Americans; Hindu, U.S.A.
  • Immigrants' Religion and Ethnicity: A Comparison of Indian Hindu and Korean Christian Immigrants in the United States.
    Min, Pyong Gap (2000)
    Bulletin of the Royal Institute of itner-Faith Studies 2: 122-140.

    Associated Search Terms: Indian Americans; Korean Americans; Ethnic; Hindu, U.S.A.; Migrant
  • Jyothi Hindu Temple: One Religion, Many Practices.
    Jacob, Simon, and Pallavi Thaku (2000)
    In Helen Rose Ebaugh and Janet Saltzman Chafetz (eds.), Religion and the New Immigrants. Continuities and Adaptations in Immigrant Congregations. Walnut Creek, California: AltaMira, pp. 229-242.

    Account of the growth of a temple established in 1979 for Indian immigrants wanting to follow customs from the south of India. Members tend to be upper middle class.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, Texas, Houston; Migrant; Hindu, U.S.A.; Parish; Indian Americans
  • Gendered Ethnicity: Creating a Hindu Indian Identity in the United States.
    Kurien, Prema A. (1999)
    American Behavioral Scientist 42:4: 648-670.

    Associated Search Terms: Gender; Indian Americans; Hindu, U.S.A.; Ethnic; Identity
  • Becoming American by Becoming Hindu: Indian Americans Take Their Place at the Multicultural Table.
    Kurien, Prema A. (1998)
    In R. Stephen Warner and J.G. Wittner (eds.) Gatherings in Diaspora: Religious Communities and the New Immigration. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, pp. 37-70.

    Associated Search Terms: Migrant; Hindu, U.S.A.; Indian Americans; Pluralism
  • Religions of Immigrants from India and Pakistan: New Threads in the American Tapestry.
    Williams, Raymond Brady (1988)
    Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Pakistani Americans; Migrant; Indian Americans; Islam, U.S.A.; Sikh, U.S.A.; Hindu, U.S.A.
  • Transplanting Religious Traditions. Asian Indians in America.
    Fenton, John Y. (1988)
    New York: Praeger.

    Descriptions of Indian Americans' religion in Atlanta, based on interviews, 1979-88 participant observation, & 1984-85 questionnaire data.

    Associated Search Terms: Transplantation; Participant observation; Indian Americans; Migrant; Hindu, U.S.A.; Sikh, U.S.A.; United States, Georgia, Atlanta
  • American Adaptations of Hinduism.
    DuPertuis, Lucy Gwyn (1987)
    Comparative Social Research 10: 101-111.

    Most American adaptations of Hinduism serve to reinforce western notions of self, time, & social relations.

    Associated Search Terms: Adaptation; Hindu, U.S.A.
  • Search for Identity: Youth, Religion and Culture.
    Damrell, Joseph (1978)
    Beverly Hills: Sage.

    Based on 1967-74 participant observation.

    Associated Search Terms: Hindu, U.S.A.; Participant observation; Church of Cosmic Liberty; Youth culture
  • Seeking Spiritual Meaning. The World of Vedanta.
    Damrell, Joseph (1977)
    Beverly Hills, California: Sage

    Participant observation study, centered in California.

    Associated Search Terms: Hindu, U.S.A.; Participant observation; Phenomenology; Mysticism; Vedanta, U.S.A.
  • The Light at the Center: Context and Pretext of Modern Mysticism.
    Bharati, Agehananda (1976)
    Santa Barbara, California: Ross-Erickso.

    Distinguishes traditional Tantric traditions from charlatans in the U.S.A.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy malfeasance; Hindu, U.S.A.; Mysticism
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