I know certain foreign words are to be italicized, but in the case where two are used in the same sentence, should they still be italicized or wrapped in quotes?
Secondly, if a definition is included besides the foreign word--I would think to italicize it still--I find the comma separation between them odd. Wouldn't parentheses be the correct alternative in Sentence 1?
Snippets from source:
Sentence 1: "it involves both nritta, pure dance, and abhinaya, or expressional dance."
Alternative: "it involves both nritta (pure dance) and abhinaya (expressional dance)."
(There is inconsistency below with two words wrapped in quotes instead)
Sentence 2: “chouka,” a square-like stance, and “tribhangi,” a stance with a deflection of the..."
Alternative: chouka, a square-like stance, and tribhangi, a stance with a deflection of the..."