Western scholars have argued that Indian civilization was the joint product of an invading Indo-European people--the "Indo-Aryans"--and indigenous non-Indo European peoples. Although Indian scholars reject this European reconstruction of their country's history, Western scholarship gives little heed to their argument. In this book, Edwin Bryant explores the nature and origins of this fascinating debate.
Representing the Indus Body: Sex, Gender, Sexuality, and the Anthropomorphic Terracotta Figurines from Harappa Clark, Sharri R..
Asian Perspectives: the Journal of Archaeology for Asia and the Pacific, Vol. 42, No. 2, Fall 2003
The IndusCivilization: Sudeshna Guha Looks at the Archaeology of the IndusCivilization, the Bronze Age Phenomenon of South Asia, Whose Study Began under the British and Has Continued since Independence and Partition of the Country. She Considers How the Interpretations for This Civilization Have Shaped and Been Shaped by Notions of an Authentic 'Indian Civilization' Guha, Sudeshna.
History Today, Vol. 57, No. 10, October 2007
Powerful Symbols from the Birthplace of Civilization ; the Met Spotlights Mesopotamia's Widespread Influence on Ancient Cultures with 400 Artifacts Gregory M. Lamb writer of The Christian Science Monitor.
The Christian Science Monitor, May 9, 2003