Afterword: Violence and the State in South Asia
Professor David Gellner: List of publications
Sheldon Pollock and Max Weber: Poles Apart?
Civilization as a Key Guiding Idea in South Asia
Politics of Buddhism in Nepal
Remembering Ambedkar in Bangalore
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"
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'
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