Taylor Ian Christopher
ictaylor at hkusua.hku.hk
Sun Feb 25 21:22:02 MST 1996
After a frustrating few days with no server, my infernal machine is now
working. After wading through 800+ messages, I saw an expressed interest
in Kerala. Having spent last Xmas there and also teaching about it to
undergrads I thought you might find this interesting. I apologise for the
lateness of it all.
Please feel free to make use of this bibliography in your research. See
also the 1995-96 Update. I welcome all criticisms and comments. And
especially -- suggestions for additional bibliography. E-mail them to me
(franke at saturn.montclair.edu) or set up your own bibliography page on
the Kerala home page.
Note: Readers may also want to consult the extensive bibliogra-
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Videos About Kerala
All except Altar of Fire are 25 to 30 minutes
Altar of Fire. 1977. [A 1975 performance of an ancient Hindu
Vedic ritual]. Robert Gardner and Frits Staal. Berkeley.
University of California Extension Media Center. 45
The Quiet Revolution: Kerala. 1994. [The 1990 Ernakulam
District Total Literacy Programme in one village]. Available
from The Rodale Institute, 611 Seigfriedale Rd., Kutztown,
PA, 19530 or World Neighbors, 4127 NW 122 St., Oklahoma
City, OK, 73120, Tel. 1-800-232-6387.
The following four videos are vailable with English soundtrack
from Dr. Nata Duvvury, Joint Director, Centre for Development
of Imaging Technology, Chitranjali Studio Complex, Thiurvallom,
Thiruvananthapuram 695 027, Kerala, India, FAX [91-471] 644569
Declining Birth Rate: Lessons from Kerala.
Plotting the Riches [The People's Resource Mapping Programme].
Ruin of the Commons? [Destruction of fishing off Kerala's coast].
The Weeping Rice Bowl [Environmental destruction of Lake
Vembanad and surrounding rice fields].
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