Chad Bauman is Associate Professor of Religion at Butler University in Indianapolis.
His research interests include Hinduism, Indian Christianity, and Hindu-Christian
interactions. 

Articles

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Book Review: The Saint in the Banyan Tree: Christianity and Caste Society in India, Journal of Hindu-Christian Studies (2015)

A book review of The Saint in the Banyan Tree: Christianity and Caste Society in...

 

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Book Review: Gods in America: Religious Pluralism in the United States., Journal of Hindu-Christian Studies (2015)

Book review of, Gods in America: Religious Pluralism in the United States. by Charles L....

 

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Hindu-Christian Conflict in India: Globalization, Conversion, and the Coterminal Castes and Tribes, The Journal of Asian Studies (2013)

While Hindu-Muslim violence in India has received a great deal of scholarly attention, Hindu-Christian violence...

 

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Political Competition, Relative Deprivation, and Perceived Threat: A Research Note on Anti-Chrstian Violence in India (with Tamara Leech), Ethnic and Racial Studies (2012)

A preliminary subnational statistical analysis of violence against Christians in contemporary India, this article suggests...

 

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Conversion Careers, Conversions-For, and Conversion in the Study of Religion, Religion & Culture Web Forum (2012)

I am indebted to Professor Locklin for the provocative nature of this paper, and I...

 

Books

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Christian Identity and Dalit Religion in Hindu India, 1868-1947 (2008)

When a form of Christianity from one corner of the world encounters the religion and...

 

Contributions to Books

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Minorities and the Politics of Conversion: With Special Attention to Indian Christianity (with Richard F. Young), Minority Studies (2012)

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Identity, Conversion, and Violence: Dalits, Adivasis, and the 2007-08 Riots in Orissa, Margins of Faith: Dalit and Tribal Christianity in India (2010)

Note: Link is to the catalog entry in WorldCat's catalog. Please see your local librarian...

 

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Miraculous health and medical itineration among Satnamis and Christians in late colonial Chhattisgarh, Miracle as Modern Conundrum in South Asian Religious Traditions (2008)

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The ever-present entanglement of modernity and tradition was revealed rather plainly to me when,...

 

Reviews

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Book Review: "Bringing the Sacred Down to Earth: Adventures in Comparative Religion," Corinne G. Dempsey, Journal of Hindu-Christian Studies (2012)

A book review for Corinne G. Dempsey's "Bringing the Sacred Down to Earth: Adventures in...

 

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Review of "Missionaries and their Medicine", History of Religions (2011)

A review of Missionaries And Their Medicine: A Christian Modernity for Tribal India, by David...

 

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Book Review: "McDonaldisation, Masala McGospel and Om Economics: Televangelism in Contemporary India", Journal of Hindu-Christian Studies (2011)

A review of McDonaldisation, Masala McGospel and Om Economics: Televangelism in Contemporary India by Jonathan...

 

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Indian Christian Historiography from Below, from Above, and in Between., Church History (2011)

The article reviews the books "India and the Indianness of Christianity: Essays on Understanding--Historical, Theological,...

 

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Book Review: "Beyond Boundaries: Hindu-Christian Relationship and Basic Christian Communities", Journal of Hindu-Christian Studies (2010)

A review of Beyond Boundaries: Hindu-Christian Relationship and Basic Christian Communities by A. Maria David.

 

Presentations

Winning Strategies from IR All-Stars (with Laura Behling, Jennifer Laherty, David Mason, Brad Matthies, James McGrath, Mark Newton, Charles Watkinson, and David Stout), Digital Commons Events (2011)

Your faculty and students have been producing scholarly work for many years. Is it locked...

 

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Distributing Your Scholarship Globally (with Laura L. Behling, James F. McGrath, and David S. Mason), Butler University Events (2011)

This panel discussion featured Laura Behling, the Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs & Interdisciplinary Programs...