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Brahma Kumaris: Une bibliographie “sciences religieuses”

  • L. A. Babb, “Indigenous Feminism in a Modern Hindu Sect” in Journal of Women in Culture and Society, vol.9, 1984, pp.399-416.
  • L. A. Babb, “The Brahmakumaris: History as movie” in Redemptive Encounters: Three Modern Styles in the Hindu Tradition, University of California Press, Berkeley, 1986, pp.110-155.
  • J. D. Howell, “Gender Role Experimentation in New Religious Movements: Clarification of the Brahma Kumari Case” in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, vol.37, n°3, 1998, pp.453-461.
  • J. D. Howell & P. J. Nelson, “Structural Adaptation and ‘Success’ in the Transplantation of an Asian New Religious Movement: The Brahma Kumaris in the Western World, Part. I” in Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, vol.8, 1999, pp.1-33.
  • J. D. Howell & P. J. Nelson, “Structural Adaptation and ‘Success’ in the Transplantation of an Asian New Religious Movement: The Brahma Kumaris in the Western World, Part. II” in Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, vol.9, 1999.
  • T. Ramsay, W. Smith et al., “Brahma Kumaris: Purity and the Globalization of Faith” in L. Manderson, W. Smith, et al. (eds.), Flows of Faith: Religious Reach and Community in Asia and the Pacific, Springer, London/New York, 2012, pp.51-70.
  • V. Skultans, “The Brahma Kumaris and the Role of Women” in E. Puttick & P. B. Clarke (eds.), Women as Teachers and Disciples in Traditional and New Religions, Edwin Mellen Press, London/Lewinston, 1993, pp.47-62.
  • J. Walliss, Brahma Kumaris As a Reflexive Tradition: Responding to Late Modernity, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 2007, 145 p.
  • F. Whaling, “The Brahma Kumaris” in Journal of Contemporary Religion, vol.10, n°1, 1995, pp.3-28.
  • F. Whaling, Understanding the Brahma Kumaris, Dunedin Academic Press, 2012, 160 p.