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Caste-Gender Intersections in Contemporary India

Caste-Gender Intersections in Contemporary India

SAMAJ 19|2018

Nandini GHOSH , Supurna BANERJEE
Wayside Shrines: Everyday Religion in Urban India

Wayside Shrines: Everyday Religion in Urban India

SAMAJ 18|2018

Raphaël VOIX , Borayin LARIOS
Through the Lens of the Law: Court Cases and Social Issues in India

Through the Lens of the Law: Court Cases and Social Issues in India

SAMAJ 17|2018

Gilles TARABOUT , Daniela BERTI
Changing Family Realities in South Asia?

Changing Family Realities in South Asia?

SAMAJ 16|2017 (SAMAJ-EASAS Series)

South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal

Fritzi-Marie TITZMANN , Parul BHANDARI
Sociology of India’s Economic Elites

Sociology of India’s Economic Elites

SAMAJ 15|2017

South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal

Surinder S. JODHKA , Jules NAUDET
Environment Politics in Urban India: Citizenship, Knowledges and Urban Political Ecologies

Environment Politics in Urban India: Citizenship, Knowledges and Urban Political Ecologies

SAMAJ 14|2016

South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal

Natasha CORNEA , Anna ZIMMER
Land, Development and Security in South Asia

Land, Development and Security in South Asia

SAMAJ 13|2016

South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal

Katy GARDNER , Eva GERHARZ
On Names in South Asia: Iteration, (Im)propriety and Dissimulation

On Names in South Asia: Iteration, (Im)propriety and Dissimulation

SAMAJ 12|2015

Jacob COPEMAN , Veena DAS
Contemporary Lucknow: Life with 'Too Much History'

Contemporary Lucknow: Life with 'Too Much History'

SAMAJ 11|2015

South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal

Raphael SUSEWIND , Christopher B. TAYLOR
Ideas of South Asia. Symbolic Representations and Political Uses

Ideas of South Asia. Symbolic Representations and Political Uses

SAMAJ 10|2014

Blandine RIPERT , Aminah MOHAMMAD-ARIF
Imagining Bangladesh: Contested Narratives

Imagining Bangladesh: Contested Narratives

SAMAJ 9|2014

Benjamin ZEITLYN , Manpreet K. JANEJA , José APRIL
Delhi's Margins

Delhi's Margins

SAMAJ 8|2013

Radhika GOVINDA
The Ethics of Self-Making in Postcolonial India

 The Ethics of Self-Making in Postcolonial India

SAMAJ 7|2013

Atreyee MAJUMDER , Uday CHANDRA
Revisiting Space and Place: South Asian Migrations in Perspective

Revisiting Space and Place: South Asian Migrations in Perspective

SAMAJ 6|2012

Aurélie VARREL , Tristan BRUSLÉ
Rethinking Urban Democracy in South Asia

Rethinking Urban Democracy in South Asia

SAMAJ 5|2011

Marie-Hélène ZERAH , Stéphanie TAWA LAMA-REWAL
Modern Achievers: Role Models in South Asia

Modern Achievers: Role Models in South Asia

SAMAJ 4|2010

Ingrid THERWATH , Laurent GAYER
Contests in Context: Indian Elections 2009

Contests in Context: Indian Elections 2009

SAMAJ 3|2009

Stéphanie TAWA LAMA-REWAL , Balveer ARORA
‘Outraged Communities’

‘Outraged Communities’

SAMAJ 2|2008

Nicolas JAOUL , Amélie BLOM
Migration and Constructions of the Other

Migration and Constructions of the Other

SAMAJ 1|2007

Christine MOLINER , Aminah MOHAMMAD-ARIF
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