Professor David Gellner: List of publications

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Introduction: Religion and Identities in Post-Panchayat Nepal

Politics in Gorakhpur since the 1920s: The Making of a Safe ‘Hindu’ Constituency

KP Oli’s Early Life and Influences

Civilization as a Key Guiding Idea in South Asia

Politics of Buddhism in Nepal

Global Nepalis: Religion, Culture, and Community in a New and Old Diaspora

Introduction: The Nepali/Gorkhali Diaspora since the Nineteenth Century

Invention and Tradition: Limbu Adaptations of Religion in the Diaspora

The NRN (Non-Resident Nepali) Movement

Afterword: So what is the anthropology of Buddhism about?

Remembering Ambedkar in Bangalore

Afterword: Violence and the State in South Asia

Sheldon Pollock and Max Weber: Poles Apart?

Source Force

How BJP Won Hearts and Minds in UP

Understanding Modi’s Magic: Impressions from Eastern UP

National Identity and Belonging

The Idea of Nepal

Religion, Secularism, and Ethnicity in Contemporary Nepal

New Identity Politics and the 2012 Collapse of Nepal's Constituent Assembly: When the dominant becomes 'other'

Comment on Chris Hann "A Concept of Eurasia"

Ancestor Worship and Sacrifice: Debates over Bahun-Chhetri Clan Rituals (kul puja) in Nepal

Buddhism

From Kathmandu to Kent: Nepalis in the UK

Buddhist, Hindu, Kiranti, or Something Else?

Borderland Lives in Northern South Asia Non-State Perspectives

Multiple versus unitary belonging: How Nepalis in Britain deal with 'religion'

The Politics of Collective Advocacy in India: Tools and Traps.

Nationalism and Ethnicity in a Hindu Kingdom The Politics and Culture of Contemporary Nepal

Category and Practice as Two Aspects of Religion: The Case of Nepalis in Britain

Uncomfortable antinomies: Going beyond methodological nationalism in social and cultural anthropology

Belonging, indigeneity, rites, and rights: The newar case

Shrines and identities in Britain's Nepali diaspora

Introduction: Making civil society in South Asia

Surveying activists in Nepal

Varieties of activist experience: Civil society in South Asia

The Uses of Max Weber: Legitimation and Amnesia in Buddhology, South Asian History, and Anthropological Practice Theory

Rebuilding Buddhism The Theravada Movement in Twentieth-Century Nepal

Ethnic activism and civil society in South Asia

Introduction: How civil are ‘communal’ and ethno-nationalist movements?

Living Goddess

Local Democracy in South Asia Microprocesses of Democratization in Nepal and its Neighbours

Caste, ethnicity and inequality in Nepal

Resistance and the State Nepalese Experiences

Nepal and Bhutan in 2006: A year of revolution

Social Dynamics in Northern South Asia: Political and social transformations in north India and Nepal

The emergence of conversion in a Hindu-Buddhist polytropy: The Kathmandu Valley, Nepal, c. 1600-1995

Communications to the editor

Hinduism. None, one or many?

Inside Organizations Anthropologists at Work

Studying secularism, practising secularism. Anthropological imperatives

The Anthropology of Buddhism and Hinduism Weberian Themes

Religion, politics, and ritual. Remarks on Geertz and Bloch

The drums of Katmandu

For syncretism. The position of buddhism in nepal and japan compared

Death in Banaras - Parry,JP

Contested Hierarchies A Collaborative Ethnography of Caste Among the Newars of the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal

Monk, Householder, and Tantric Priest

Ritualized devotion, altruism, and meditation: The offering of the guru ma {Mathematical expression} {Mathematical expression}ala in Newar Buddhism

HINDUISM, TRIBALISM AND THE POSITION OF WOMEN - THE PROBLEM OF NEWAR IDENTITY

ORDER IN PARADOX - MYTH, RITUAL AND EXCHANGE AMONG NEPAL TAMANG - HOLMBERG,DH

LANGUAGE, CASTE, RELIGION AND TERRITORY - NEWAR IDENTITY ANCIENT AND MODERN

Review Article: Negara: The theatre state in nineteenth- century bali1

WEBER,MAX CAPITALISM AND THE RELIGION OF INDIA

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