Explain what issues does the study of marriage in South Asia bring to the fore?

use only the sources below with the awareness of distinction between introductory and wider readings as marked. Thank you very much 🙂

Introductory

Osella, C. (2012). Desires under reform: Contemporary reconfigurations of family, marriage, love and gendering in a transnational south Indian matrilineal Muslim community. Culture and Religion,13(2), 241264.

Jeffery, P., & Jeffery, R. (2012). South Asia: Intimacy and Identities, Politics and Poverty. The SAGE Handbook of Social Anthropology,366.

Grover, Shalini. 2009. Lived Experiences: Marriage, Notions of Love, and Kinship Support amongst Poor Women in Delhi. Contributions to Indian Sociology,43 (1): 133

Donner, Henrike. 2002. Ones Own Marriage: Love Marriages in a Calcutta Neighbourhood. South Asia Research22:7994.

Gilbertson, A. (2014). From Respect to Friendship? Companionate Marriage and Conjugal Power Negotiation in MiddleClass Hyderabad. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies,37(2), 225238.

Giti and Anu. 1993. Inventing tradition: The marriage of Urmila and Leela. In Lotus of another color,edited by Rakesh Ratti. Boston: Alyson.

Agrawal, A. (2015). Cybermatchmaking among Indians: Rearranging marriage and doing kin work. South Asian Popular Culture,(aheadofprint), 116.

Roy, M. S. (2015). Rethinking family and marriage in contemporary India.Routledge Handbook of Contemporary India,283.

Parry, Jonathan. ‘The marital history of a ‘thumb impression man’.’ In Telling lives: South Asian life histories.Edited by Arnold, D.; Blackburn, S. Permanent Black; University of Indian Press (US edition, 2004), 2004, pp. 281318

Patel Geeta. 2004. Homely Housewives Run Amok: Lesbians in Marital Fixes. Public Culture16.1 (2004) 131157

Wider readings

Abeyasekera, A., & Jayasundere, R. (2015). Migrant mothers, family breakdown, and the modern state: an analysis of state policies regulating women migrating overseas for domestic work in Sri Lanka. The South Asianist,4(1).

Agrawal, A. (2015). Cybermatchmaking among Indians: Rearranging marriage and doing kin work. South Asian Popular Culture,(aheadofprint), 116.

Dwyer, Rachel. 2000. All you want is money, all you need is love: sexuality and romance in modern India.London: Cassell/New York: Continuum.
Dube, Leela. 1997. Women and kinship: comparative perspectives on gender in South and Southeast Asia.Delhi: Sage/Vistaar Publication
Fruzetti,L. 1982. The gift of a virgin: marriage and ritual in BengalIntro, & chapter 1.
Fuller, Christopher and Haripriya Narasimhan. 2008. Companionate Marriage in India: the changing marriage system in a middleclass Brahman subcaste. JRAI 14,4:736754
George, Sheba 2005 . When Women Come First: Gender and Class in Transnational Migration.Uni Cal Press. (also useful for migration week and masculinities week).
Gilbertson, A. (2014). From Respect to Friendship? Companionate Marriage and Conjugal Power Negotiation in MiddleClass Hyderabad. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies,37(2), 225238.
Giti and Anu. 1993. Inventing tradition: The marriage of Urmila and Leela. In Lotus of another color,edited by Rakesh Ratti. Boston: Alyson.
Good. A. 1991. The female bridegroom.Oxford: Univ. Press.
Grover, Shalini. 2009. Lived Experiences: Marriage, Notions of Love, and Kinship Support amongst Poor Women in Delhi. Contributions to Indian Sociology,43 (1): 133
Grover Shalini. 2011a. Purani aur nai shaadi: Separation, Divorce, and Remarriage in the Lives of the Urban Poor in New Delhi. AJWSVol. 17 No. 1, 2011. pp. ????
Grover Shalini 2011 b.Marriage, Love, Caste And Kinship Support: Lived Experiences Of The Urban Poor In India.Delhi: Orient BlackSwan.
Harlan, Lindsey & Paul B. Courtright 1995 From the Margins of Hindu Marriage: Essays on gender, religion and culture.OUP.
Haynes, D. E. (2012). Selling Masculinity: Advertisements for Sex Tonics and the Making of Modern Conjugality in Western India, 19001945. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies,35(4), 787831.
Huda, Shahnaz. 2006. Dowry in Bangladesh: Compromizing Womens Rights, in South Asia Research,Vol. 26, No. 3, 249268.
Jeffery Patricia and Roger Jeffery 1996 Dont marry me to a ploughman! Womens Everyday lives in rural North India.
Jordal, M., Wijewardena, K., Ohman, A., Essen, B., & Olsson, P. (2015). Disrespectful men, disrespectable women: Mens perceptions on heterosexual relationships and premarital sex in a Sri Lankan Free Trade Zonea qualitative interview study. BMC international health and human rights,(1), 3.
Kolenda, P. 1984. Women as tribute, women as flower: images of woman in weddings in north and south India.American Ethnologist11: 98117 .
Lamb Sarah 2000 White Saris and Sweet Mangoes Aging, Gender, and Body in North India University of California Press, Berkeley, Los Angeles

Marglin, F.A. 1985.Wives of a godking: the rituals of the Devadasis of Puri.
Mody, P., 2008. The intimate state: Lovemarriage and the law in Delhi.Routledge.
Osella, Filippo & Caroline Osella 2000. Social mobility in Kerala: Modernity and identity in conflict. London: Pluto Press. (Chapter 3: marriage and mobility, pp 81116).
Osella, Caroline & Filippo. 2006. Men and Masculinities in South India.London: Anthem Press, 2006. Introduction and Conclusion.
Osella, Caroline & Filippo. 2008. Nuancing the migrant experience: perspectives from Kerala, south India, in (eds) Susan Koshy and P Radhakrishnana (eds), Transnational South Asians : The Making of a NeoDiaspora.Oxford University Press.
Osella, F. (2012). Malabar secrets: South Indian Muslim men’s (homo) sociality across the Indian Ocean. Asian Studies Review,36(4), 531549.
Osella, F. (2015). Migration and the (im) morality of Everyday Life. Migrant Encounters: Intimate Labor, the State, and Mobility Across Asia,46.
Parry, Jonathan. ‘Ankalu’s errant wife: sex, marriage and industry in contemporary Chhattisgarh.’ Modern Asian Studies35, no. 4 (2001), pp. 783820
Parry, Jonathan. ‘The marital history of a ‘thumb impression man’.’ In Telling lives: South Asian life histories.Edited by Arnold, D.; Blackburn, S. Permanent Black; University of Indian Press (US edition, 2004), 2004, pp. 281318
Patel Geeta. 2004. Homely Housewives Run Amok: Lesbians in Marital Fixes. Public Culture16.1 (2004) 131157
Raheja, Gloria Goodwin & Ann Grodzins Gold. 1994. Listen to the heron: reimagining gender and kinship in N.India.Berkeley: Univ. California Press
Ram, K (1991) Mukkuvar Women: Gender, Hegemony and Capitalist Transformation in a South Indian Fishing Community,chapter 8
Regmi, P. R., van Teijlingen, E. R., Simkhada, P., & Acharya, D. R. (2010). Dating and sex among emerging adults in Nepal. Journal of Adolescent Research, 0743558410384735.
Ring, Laura. 2007. Zenana: Everyday Peace in a Karachi Apartment Building. Indiana University Press.
Roy, M. S. (2015). Rethinking family and marriage in contemporary India.Routledge Handbook of Contemporary India,283.
Sarkar, Tanika. 2001.Hindu wife, Hindu nation: Community, religion and cultural nationalism.London: Hurst
Schoen, R. F. (2015, January). Educated Girls, Absent Grooms, and Runaway Brides: Narrating Social Change in Rural Bangladesh. In Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung/Forum: Qualitative Social Research(Vol. 16,

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