TOC STUDIES IN NEPALI HISTORY AND SOCIETY vol 22 no 2 Dec 2017

STUDIES IN NEPALI HISTORY AND SOCIETY

ISSN: 1025-5109
Volume 22 Number 2 December 2017 has been published

CONTENTS

Articles
Bandana Gyawali
Nepal’s Pre-bikas Encounters with the West: Sabhyata and Unnati as Precursors to Development
Pages 227–260

Mandip Rai
Financial Institutions: Old and New Sahujis in Rural Nepal
Pages 261–282

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Special Theme: Disasters
Yogesh Raj
Introduction
Pages 283–286

CFA: “Academic Writing Workshop V” at Martin Chautari [deadline extended]

Martin Chautari (MC) requests application for Academic Writing Workshop V. Coordinated by Pratyoush Onta, one of the Research Directors at MC, the basic idea behind the series is to provide collective support to a few young academics and researchers who are enrolled in Nepal’s universities at the MPhil/PhD level or who, after having finished their MA/MPhil/PhD with a thesis, are now doing independent research and writing to publish original research articles for journals and/or books.

LECTURE> "Recentering Buddhist Cosmology," University of Calgary, Numata Program

The Numata Chair in Buddhist Studies, University of Calgary is pleased to present
“Recentering Buddhist Cosmology: Concepts of Geographic Space in Ritual and Art”

By Dr. Eric Huntington
(Postdoctoral Fellow, Ho Center for Buddhist Studies, Stanford University)

“Call for Images” for "Himalayan Ummah: Mapping Muslim Communities and Cultures in the Himalayas” EXTENSION FOR PHOTOGRAPHY SUBMISSIONS to NOV 15 2017

“Call for Images” for "Himalayan Ummah: Mapping Muslim Communities and Cultures in the Himalayas”, a special issue of the Himalaya journal.  NEW EXTENDED DEADLINE - NOV 15 2017

TOC, Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS) 22 No 1 (June 2017)

STUDIES IN NEPALI HISTORY AND SOCIETY

ISSN: 1025-5109; Volume 22 Number 1 June 2017

 

CONTENTS

Articles

Sanjeev Uprety
War of Moustaches: Class, Consumption and the Crisis of Masculinity in Contemporary Nepal
Pages 1-41

Katharine N. Rankin, Tulasi S. Sigdel, Lagan Rai, Shyam Kunwar and Pushpa Hamal
Political Economies and Political Rationalities of Road Building in Nepal
Pages 43-84

ANN: Conference - Nepal and Himalayan Studies at Cornell, 28-29 April 2017

On April 28-29 2017, the Cornell South Asia Program will host "Nepal and Himalayan Studies at Cornell: Community Engagement, Knowledge Circulation, and the Future of Scholarship." The conference will focus on a broad view of Himalayan Studies, bringing attention not only to Nepal, but also India, Pakistan, Bhutan, Tibet and China. 

CFP: Edited volume on Migration and Human Security in South Asia

This is an open call to seek papers for an edited volume on Migration and Human Security in South Asia and its implications looking into the migration trends specific to South Asia and its multi-dimensional impact globally. It will bring together the analyses on migration and surrounding issues, challenges and solutions to them. The work will consolidate the thematic lines and streams weaved around regions, corridors, in-country, regional and global perspectives and theoretical perspectives on human mobility and population movements.

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