Graham Schweig

Graham M. Schweig is Professor of Tamal Krishna Goswami, edited with an introduction and conclusion by Graham M. Schweig (Oxford University Press, New York, 2012).

Bibliography

  • Graham M. Schweig Dance of Divine Love: the Rāsa Līlā of Krishna from the Bhāgavata Purāṇa, India’s Classic Sacred Love Story / introduced, translated and illuminated by Graham M. Schweig. — 1st ed. — Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2005. — xxiii, 390 p. — ISBN 0-691-11446-3
  • Graham M. Schweig Dance of Divine Love: The Rāsa Līlā of Krishna from the Bhāgavata Purāṇa. India’s Classic Sacred Love Story. — 2nd ed. — Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 2007. — xxiii, 390 p. — ISBN 81-208-3140-3
  • Graham M. Schweig, et al. Asceticism, Identity, and Pedagogy in Dharma Traditions. — illustrated. — Deepak Heritage Books, 2006. — xxix, 189 p. — (Indic Heritage Series. Contemporary Issues in Constructive Dharma Vol. 3). — ISBN 0-937194-50-6
  • Graham M. Schweig Bhagavad Gītā: The Beloved Lord's Secret Love Song. — 1st ed. — San Francisco: Harper One / Harper Collins Publishers, 2007. — 368 p. — ISBN 0-06-075425-7
  • Graham M. Schweig Synthesis and Divinity: Shri Chaitanya's Philosophy of Achintya-bhed-abheda-Tattva // T. D. Singh & Ravi V. Gomatam Synthesis of Science and Religion: Critical Essays and Dialogues. — San Francisco: Bhaktivedanta Institute, 1987. — pp. 420–429. — ISBN 0-941525-01-5.
  • Graham M. Schweig Sparks from God: A Phenomenological Sketch of Symbol // Joseph H. Smith & Susan A. Handelman Psychoanalysis and Religion (Volume 11 of Psychiatry and the Humanities). — Johns Hopkins University Press, 1990. — pp. 174-. — ISBN 0-8018-3895-9.
  • Graham M. Schweig Viśvanātha’s Gurvaṣṭakam and the Understanding of Guru in Chaitanyaite Vaishnavism // Journal of Vaishnava Studies. — Nyack, NY: A Deepak Publishing, 2003. — Vol. 12. — № 1. — pp. 113–126.
  • Graham M. Schweig Bhajan // Peter J. Claus, Sarah Diamond & Margaret Ann Mills South Asian Folklore: An Encyclopedia: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka. — Taylor & Francis, 2003. — pp. 58–59. — ISBN 0-415-93919-4.
  • Graham M. Schweig Krishna, the Intimate Deity // Edwin Bryant and Maria Ekstrand The Hare Krishna Movement: The Post-Charismatic Fate of a Religious Transplant. — New York: Columbia University Press, 2004. — pp. 13–30. — ISBN 0-231-12256-X.
  • Graham M. Schweig Gangamata Goswamini (18th cent. CE): Hindu Vaishnava ruler, renunciant // Phyllis G. Jestice Holy People of the World: A Cross-Cultural Encyclopedia, Volume 3. — ABC-CLIO, 2004. — pp. 292. — ISBN 1-57607-355-6.
  • Graham M. Schweig Gopi/The Gopis: Legendary Hindu devotees // Phyllis G. Jestice Holy People of the World: A Cross-Cultural Encyclopedia, Volume 3. — ABC-CLIO, 2004. — pp. 316–317. — ISBN 1-57607-355-6.
  • Graham M. Schweig Dying the Good Death: The Transfigurative Power of Bhakti // Anna S. King & J. L. Brockington The Intimate Other: Love Divine in Indic Religions. — Orient Blackswan, 2005. — pp. 369–408. — ISBN 81-250-2801-3.
  • Graham M. Schweig The Divine Feminine in the Theology of Krishna // Edwin F. Bryant Krishna: A Sourcebook. — Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2007. — pp. 441–474. — ISBN 0-19-514891-6.
  • Graham M. Schweig Bhagavad Gita // Yudit K. Greenberg Encyclopedia of Love in World Religions, Volume 1. — ABC-CLIO, 2008. — pp. 76–79. — ISBN 1-85109-980-8.
  • Graham M. Schweig Gita Govinda // Yudit K. Greenberg Encyclopedia of Love in World Religions, Volume 1. — ABC-CLIO, 2008. — pp. 247–249. — ISBN 1-85109-980-8.
  • Graham M. Schweig Prema // Yudit K. Greenberg Encyclopedia of Love in World Religions, Volume 1. — ABC-CLIO, 2008. — pp. 478–479. — ISBN 1-85109-980-8.

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