Constructions of gender,sexuality,and the family in indian religions and cultures

I attach will the questions.
I have to answer all 2 questions in the Part 1 and 2 questions of part 2.
Each answer would be one-and-a-half pages in length.

I have the books
sudhir Kakar Intimate Relations”
Gayatri Reddy With Respect to sex”
Margaret Trawick Notes on love in a Tamil Family.

If you have any questions, Please let me know.

For the second question in part 1, I will scan that part on the book.

Constructions of gender,sexuality,and the family in indian religions and cultures

I need to write a 15 to 20 page paper on the topic of my choice, though I must secure professors prior approval before I start writing.
A paper proposal(one paragraph will suffice) and a preliminary list of sources(no internet sources)will be due in class on Friday, April 10th.

Would you choose the topic and books whatever you like and write the paper proposal and bibliographies before friday?
then, I will tell you whether this topic is okay or not.
Also, I will extend the due date. so, plese,just wait after writing this paper proposal.

If you have any questions, please send a message.

Constructions of gender,sexuality,and the family in indian religions and cultures

Instructions: Wirte & 4 page response to the question below, relying on your own reading of relevant texts and your deepu Methas film.

How do the Malecharacters in Fireuphold some of the traditional model of male sexuality/masculinity that we have examined thus far in the course?
How do the Femalecharacters simultaneously uphold and overturn traditional gender roles?

Constructions of gender,sexuality,and the family in indian religions and cultures

Please. Keep the deadline.

Each answer should be one and a half pages in length, and written in good essay style (that is, framed within the bounds of an argument)

1. explain the relationship between dharma and kama. you may use any text you wish to help you answer this question.
2. Read the brief Atlantic Monthly article titled Uncertain Objects of Desire by Chitra Divakaruni(Sarcificers wife : Women, Ritual, and Hospitality in Ancient India. Oxford. The Laws of Manu (with an introduction and notes translated by Wendy Doniger with Brian K. Smith) This is only some pages from the book. pp43-49, pp78, pp113-116, pp189-193, pp197-220. (If you want, I canl scan it and send to you)

Constructions of gender,sexuality,and the family in indian religions and cultures

This is the reaction essay on a film

The film is Mira Nairs “Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love ,”

For the backgrounds,

Im an international student( Korean ) and this class is a upper writing class.
this course would provide me with a comprehensive historical overview of gender issues as they are represented in the great textual traditions of South Asia ( these categories include Vedic materials, medical literature, treatises on law and sexual behavior, and texts that outline the great debates over questions of gender identity and salvation…)