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Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol.10, No.1 June 2005  > SINHAS Journal
Edt. Pratyoush Onta, Mark Liechty, Seira >
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Articles: Pramod Bhatta - Decentralization of Primary Education in Nepal: pp. 3-38 Tor H. Aase and Prem Sagar Chapagain - Nepali Agriculture in Crisis?: pp. 39-56 Devraj Humagain - Nepalma FM Radioko Bisthar: pp. 57-103 Susan Hangen - Boycotting Dasain: History, Memory and Ethnic Politics in more .. .


Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol.1, No.1 June 1996  > SINHAS Journal
Edt. Pratyoush Onta, Mark Liechty, Seira >
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Editorial Why Studies in Nepali History and Society? Page 1-3 Articles: Arjun Guneratne - The Tax Man Cometh: The Impact of Revenue Collection on Subsistence Strategies in Chitwan Tharu Society. Page 3-35 Pratyoush Onta - Creating a Brave Nepali Nation in British India: The Rhetoric of Jati more .. .


Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol.1, No.2 December 1996  > SINHAS Journal
Edt. Pratyoush Onta, Mark Liechty, Seira >
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Editorial: Mary Des Chene - In the Name of Bikas. Page 259-270 Articles: Tatsuro Fujikura - Technologies of Improvement, Locations of Culture: American Discourses of Democracy and 'Community Development' in Nepal. Page 271-311 Bikas Pandey - Local Benefits From Hydro Development. Page 313-34 more .. .


Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol. 10, No.2 December 2005  > SINHAS Journal
Pratyoush Onta, Mark Liechty, Seira Tama >
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-> Children's songs, artists, and the development state -> Political opinoion polls -> Sociology of naming -> Khagendra Sangroula: Voice of opposition -> Towns and rural development -> press censorship under King Gyanendra -> Nepali Writings in English -> Book review ---------------------- more .. .


Studies in Nepali History and SocietyI(SINHAS): Vol.11, No.1 June 2006 - Pratyoush Onta, Mark Liechty, Seira Tama -  SINHAS Journal
Studies in Nepali History and SocietyI(SINHAS): Vol.11, No.1 June 2006  > SINHAS Journal
Pratyoush Onta, Mark Liechty, Seira Tama >
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CONTENTS Editorial Reflections on the First Decade of SINHAS 1 Articles “Learning to be Modern”: Mass Media and Identity in Kathmandu 3 Mark Liechty Violence, Non-violence, Sacrifice, Rebellion, and the State 31 David Holmberg Representing INGO-NGO Relations in Nepal: Are We more .. .


Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol. 11, No. 2, December 2006  > SINHAS Journal
Pratyoush Onta, Mark Liechty, Seira Tamang, Tatsuro Fujikura >
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- Description of Napual by Father Joseph - Janajati Movement: The Non-Political Institutiojnal Agents - Building the Yolmo Community - Poitics of Hinduism and Secularism - Maoist Movement: Culture, Caste and Ethnicity ------------------------------------------------- For Subscription ----- more .. .


Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol.12, No.1 June 2007  > SINHAS Journal
Edt. Prayoush onta, Mark Liechty, Seira Tamang, Tatsuro Fujikura >
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In This Issue: - Japanese Wife: Nepali Men's Erotic Imagination - Lepers in Rana Nepal - Book Review - The Young Bhupi Sherchan - Enagling Modern Theatre - Nepali Blogging and Democracy - Pashupatinath and the End of the Hindu State ------------------------------------------------- Subs more .. .


Suitably Modern: Making middle-class culture in Kathmandu - Mark Liechty -  Anthropology
Suitably Modern: Making middle-class culture in Kathmandu  > Anthropology
Mark Liechty >
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Suitably Modern traces the growth of a new middle class in Kathmandu as urban Nepalis harness the modern cultural resources of mass media and consumer goods to build modern identities and pioneer a new sociocultural space in one of the world’s “least developed countries.” Since more .. .


Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol.12, No.2 December 2007 - Edt Pratyoush Onta, Mark Liechty, Seira Tamang, Tatsuro Fujikura -  SINHAS Journal
Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol.12, No.2 December 2007  > SINHAS Journal
Edt Pratyoush Onta, Mark Liechty, Seira Tamang, Tatsuro Fujikura >
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CONTENTS Editorial Note 205 Articles Is Nepal in South Asia? The Condition of Non-Postcoloniality 207 Mary Des Chene Nepali Modernities and Postmodernities: Theater, Culture and Politics 225 Sanjeev Uprety Reflections on the Social Embeddedness of S&T in Rural and Agricultural Transform more .. .


Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol.13 No.1 June 2008 - Edt Pratyoush Onta, Mark Liechty, Seira Tamang, Tatsuro Fujikura -  SINHAS Journal
Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol.13 No.1 June 2008  > SINHAS Journal
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In This 25th Issue - Politics of Citizenship: Madeshi Exclusion - Social Dimensions of Drug Abuse - Parentocracy in Basic Education - Why One-Laptop-per-Child? - Nepal Police and Social Inclusion - Organizing Janajati Women - Book Reviews TABLE OF CONTENTS Articles Special Section: more .. .


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