Borderland lives in northern South Asia

Auteur(s) : Gellner, David N. (Éd.)
Schendel, Willem van (Postf.)
Description matérielle : 310 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.Publication : Durham : Duke University Press, 2013.Cote : A.52Note : Bibliogr. p. 277-302 ; Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Frontière
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Introduction: Northern South Asia's diverse borders, from Kachchh to Mizoram / Gellner, David N. --

Borders without borderlands: on the social reproduction of state demarcation in Rajasthan / Piliavsky, Anastasia --

Allegiance and alienation: border dynamics in Kargil / Gupta, Radhika --

Naturalizing the Himalaya-as-border in Uttarakhand / Mathur, Nayanika --

On the way to India: Nepali rituals of border crossing / Hausner, Sondra L. and Sharma, Jeevan R. --

The perils of being a borderland people: on the Lhotshampas of Bhutan / Evans, Rosalind --

Developing the border: the state and the political economy of development in Arunachal Pradesh / Mishra, Deepak K. --

The micropolitics of borders: the issue of Greater Nagaland (or Nagalim) / Joshi, Vibha --

Nodes of control in a South(east) Asian borderland / Farrelly, Nicholas --

Histories of belonging(s): narrating territory, possession, and dispossession at the India-Bangladesh border / Cons, Jason --

Geographies and identities: subaltern partition stories along Bengal's southern frontier / Jalais, Annu --

Afterword. Making the most of "sensitive" borders / Schendel, Willem van.

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