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978-0-8108-7243-1 • Hardback • March 2011 • $104.00 • (£80.00)
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James Elisha Taneti is a historian of religion and has written numerous articles on the history of Christianity in India.
This book is a bibliography that covers many aspects of the Telugu Christians, an ethno-religious community of the Andhra Pradesh state of southern India. They have been passing down their history through oral tradition and sacred texts for centuries and this book is the first work to compile this bibliographic history. Within users will find some 700 published and unpublished sources, including those from monographs, journal articles, letters, reports, unpublished theses and dissertations, and manuscripts. Full bibliographic information is included and most entries include a short annotation describing the contents of the work. This book is a major bibliography for those studying the Telugu Christians of southern India. It will provide historians, scholars, and seminarians with an insightful look into the lives and religious practices of this group.
— American Reference Books Annual
This is a comprehensive annotated bibliography of English and Telugu writings on Christian history among Telugu-speaking peoples . . . .This is a valuable collection of information about mission and church in one region of India. . . .This is an exciting development in the study of Indian church and mission history.
— Mission Studies