Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following institutions for primary sources:
Penguin Books, Ltd., www.penguin.co.uk
The Feminist Press, City University of New York
Transcendental Art Gallery, HareKrsna.com
About the Author
Doris Jakobsh is an Instructor of Religious Studies at the University of Waterloo in Canada. She is author of Relocating Gender in Sikh History: Transformation, Meaning and Identity and has been awarded fellowships and awards from Harvard University, the University of British Columbia, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. In 2002, she was nominated for the “Excellence in Teaching with Technology Award” from Wilfrid Laurier University for her work with distance education in “Asian Spiritual Disciplines.”
About the Lesson Plan Author
Elizabeth Ten Dyke teaches 9th- and 10th-grade Global History and Geography at Kingston High School in Kingston, New York. In the past she has also taught secondary sociology, psychology, and AP Human Geography, as well as undergraduate and graduate courses in cultural anthropology. Trained as a cultural anthropologist, Dr. Ten Dyke is the author of Dresden: Paradoxes of Memory in History, published with Routledge in 2001. This study explores tensions and contradictions in social memory and historical understanding in the former German Democratic Republic during the post-socialist transition.