The Caste Hierarchy and the State in Nepal. A Study of the Muluki Ain of 1854

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Title:The Caste Hierarchy and the State in Nepal. A Study of the Muluki Ain of 1854


Author:David N. Gellner
David Holmberg
Judith Pettigrew
Mukta S. Tamang

Publisher:Social Science Baha

Publish Year:2009

Edition:First Publication

Cover:Paper Back

Subject:Politics | Anthropology/ Sociology | Nepal Anthropology | Nepal Non-Fiction | Non Fiction | Nepal Politics | Social Science | Nepal War and Conflict


Remarks:contains references


Size:130 x 205 mm


Price:USD 1.76

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  • This book offer observations on the election, drawing in-depth local knowledge to contextualize the experiences within the broader political,social an cultural processes ongoing in field sites. 

    David N. Gellner

    David Holmberg

    He is Professor of Anthropology and Asian Studies and Chair of the Department of Anthropology at Cornell University, New York. He is the author of Order in Paradox: Myth, Ritual, and Exchange among Nepal's Tamang

    Judith Pettigrew

    She is a social anthropologist who has conducted research in central Nepal since 1990. She holds a PhD in Social Anthropology from Cambridge University

    Mukta S. Tamang

    Mukta S. Tamang is an anthropologist affiliated with Department of Sociology/Anthropology, TU. His publications include Culture, Caste and Ethnicity in the Maoist Movement, Studies in Nepali History and Society, Emotional Aspects of Peer Relations among Children in Rural Nepal, Peer Relationship in Cultural Context.
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