SAJC, Vol 4, 2010

South Asia Journal for Culture, Vol. 4, 2010 presents three main essays. They deal with the beliefs on folk healing among a Muslim ethnic community in Bangladesh; an exploration into Sri Lankan architecture with a focus on the nations of  ‘the engineer’ and ‘the bricoleur,’ and a critical essay on ‘competitive’ humanitarian activities in post-Tsunami Sri Lanka. 

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