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Renowned Goddess of Desire-Women, Sex, And Speech in Tantra

Renowned Goddess of Desire-Women, Sex, And Speech in Tantra

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This book benefited greatly from the comments and the support of a
number of colleagues, friends, and students who read drafts of parts of
the manuscript. I would like to mention especially Kathleen Erndl,
Fred Smith, Karen Pechilis, Elissa Guralnick, David White, Nina
Molinaro, Bob Lester, Barbara Fox, Faye Kleeman, Michelene Pesantubbee;
also especially Nicole Castillo and Matt Swoveland who
prepared the index; Chip Horner, Norah Charles, Tracy Pintchman,
Rita Sherma, Greg Johnson, Shree Maa of Kamakhya, for her wisdom
and for arranging wonderful hospitality in Calcutta, Delhi, and Assam;
the Das family, including Baiti Das, Jiten and Jyoti Das, Minu,
and Mithu, and Riju, Pinky and Pippali Das, and especially Biju Das,
for their tour?guiding finesse; Khuki, Achuta, Mahadeva Sharma,
Neelima and Sanjay Agarwal. My heartfelt thanks goes also to Sri Sri
Karunamayi and Ravi Venkata and Anitha Gowtam for their moral
support.
I would also like to acknowledge the Wabash Center for funding
that allowed me to journey to India in the summer of 2004. And I
would like to offer my grateful appreciation to my editors at Oxford
University Press, Cynthia Read and Gwen Colvin, and my copyeditor
Renee Leath.
Additionally I would like to thank my colleagues in the Department
of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado for their
support throughout this process, particularly, my colleague Terry
Kleeman for his unfailing support and guidance. I’d like to thank also especially
Jeff Kripal, who has been a guide and a very wise super-vı¯ra, in a multitude
of ways. Finally, I especially want to acknowledge DJ Zupancic for help
and inspiration throughout.
This book benefited greatly from the comments and the support of a
number of colleagues, friends, and students who read drafts of parts of
the manuscript. I would like to mention especially Kathleen Erndl,
Fred Smith, Karen Pechilis, Elissa Guralnick, David White, Nina
Molinaro, Bob Lester, Barbara Fox, Faye Kleeman, Michelene Pesantubbee;
also especially Nicole Castillo and Matt Swoveland who
prepared the index; Chip Horner, Norah Charles, Tracy Pintchman,
Rita Sherma, Greg Johnson, Shree Maa of Kamakhya, for her wisdom
and for arranging wonderful hospitality in Calcutta, Delhi, and Assam;
the Das family, including Baiti Das, Jiten and Jyoti Das, Minu,
and Mithu, and Riju, Pinky and Pippali Das, and especially Biju Das,
for their tour?guiding finesse; Khuki, Achuta, Mahadeva Sharma,
Neelima and Sanjay Agarwal. My heartfelt thanks goes also to Sri Sri
Karunamayi and Ravi Venkata and Anitha Gowtam for their moral
support.
I would also like to acknowledge the Wabash Center for funding
that allowed me to journey to India in the summer of 2004. And I
would like to offer my grateful appreciation to my editors at Oxford
University Press, Cynthia Read and Gwen Colvin, and my copyeditor
Renee Leath.
Additionally I would like to thank my colleagues in the Department
of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado for their
support throughout this process, particularly, my colleague Terry
Kleeman for his unfailing support and guidance. I’d like to thank also especially
Jeff Kripal, who has been a guide and a very wise super-vı¯ra, in a multitude
of ways. Finally, I especially want to acknowledge DJ Zupancic for help
and inspiration throughout.

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