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Doris Jakobsh

Doris Jakobsh

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Relocating Gender In Sikh History 
Transformation, Meaning and Identity 
 
(Author: Doris R. Jakobsh)
 
 A Critical AnalysisBaldev Singh, PH.D.
316 R Glad WayCollegeville, PA 19426, USAPhone no: 610-454-1079E-mail:
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Dedication
To my mother Bhagwan Kaur, sister Surjeet Kaur, wifeNakshatar Kaur, daughters Amrita Kaur and Nimrta Kaur, andgranddaughters Asha Kaur, Lillia Kaur, Akashi Kaur andKiran Kaur.
 Acknowledgement
I am deeply indebted to Colonel G.B. Singh of the U.S. Armyand the author of
Gandhi: Behind the Mask of Divinity 
forsuggestions for the format and layout of this longcomplicated manuscript making it comprehensible to thereaders. His in-depth knowledge of some of the issuesdiscussed in the manuscript made my task easy. Hisinvaluable scholarly discussions, insightful and thoughtprovoking suggestions, and critical review of themanuscript are deeply appreciated. I am also grateful toMike McEvers for editing this paper. Dr. Jasbir Singh Manndeserves my special thanks for sharing the literature fromhis library and drawing my attention to the subject matterof this paper dealing with Professor Doris Jakobsh and herthesis.
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CONTENTS
IntroductionChapter 1 University of British Columbia (UBC)Chapter 2 Women in Sikh HistoryChapter 3 Who is Interpreting Aad Guru Granth Sahib?Chapter 4 False Statements about Sikh GurusChapter 5 Maligning JatsChapter 6 Spurious Anti-Sikh WritingsChapter 7 Questioning the Martyrdom of Guru Arjan &the Bravery of SikhsChapter 8 Guru Gobind Singh’s TenetsChapter 9 Echo of British Anti-Sikh PropagandaChapter 10 British Victorian Sexual Ethos versus SikhSexual EthosChapter 11 Manipulation of Population Census to MalignSikhsChapter 12 British and the Singh Sabha Reform Movement:Did British Try to Hinduize Sikh?Chapter 13 The Mutiny of 1857Chapter 14 Absurd, Misleading and Deceptive StatementsChapter 15 What the British Did to the Sikhs?ConclusionAppendix A W. H. McLeodAppendix B Harjot OberoiAppendix C The Sant Tradition
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