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Studies In Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol.7, No.1 June 2002  > SINHAS Journal
Edt. Pratyoush Onta, Mary Des Chene, Sei >
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Articles : Martin Gaenszle with Nutan D. Sharma - Nepali kings and Kasi: On the changing significance of a sacred centre. Page 1-33 Rhoderick Chalmers - Pandits and pulp fiction: popular publishing and the birth of Nepali print- capitalism in Banaras. Page 35-97 Heather Hindman - The everyday more .. .


Nepal Studies in the UK: Conversations with Practitioners - Pratyoush Onta -  Others
Nepal Studies in the UK: Conversations with Practitioners  > Others
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This book of interviews with nineteen scholars shows how research on Nepal is produced in the United Kingdom (UK), which has been the centre of much social science writing on the country. In addition to descriptions of research themes, this book is also concerned in institutional environments that m more .. .


Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol.8, No.2 December 2003 - Edt. Pratyoush Onta, Mery Des Chene, Sei -  SINHAS Journal
Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol.8, No.2 December 2003  > SINHAS Journal
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Articles : Bryan Maddox - Language policy: Modernist ambivalence and social exclusion: A case study of Rupandehi district in Nepal’s tarai. Page 205-224 Seira Tamang - Patriarchy and the production of homo-erotic behavior in Nepal. Page 225-258 Bhaskar Gautam - Nepalma swayamsewa: Pharakil more .. .


Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol.9, No.1 June 2004 - Edt. Pratyoush Onta, Mary Des Chene, Sei -  SINHAS Journal
Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol.9, No.1 June 2004  > SINHAS Journal
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Articles: Chaitanya Mishra - Locating the “Causes” of the Maoist Struggle. 3 Laura Kunreuther - Voiced Writing and Public Intimacy on Kathmandu’s FM Radio. 57 Ani Rudra Silwal - Not as Easy to Achieve as it is to Claim: Repayment Success of Nepali Village Banks. 97 Comme more .. .


Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol.9, No.2 December 2004 - Edt. Pratyoush Onta, Mary Des -  SINHAS Journal
Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol.9, No.2 December 2004  > SINHAS Journal
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Articles : Krishna Hachhethu - Political science in Nepal. Page 225-259 Katsuo Nawa - Language situation and “mother tongue” in Byans, far western Nepal. Page 261-291 Saurav D Bhatta - Disparities in school performance in the SLC exams: An exploratory analysis. Page 293-343 Bhavesh more .. .


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
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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 .. .


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