My Republica

Pranab Kharel & Gaurab KC

Withering development

February 13, 2018 01:30 AM

Economic development packages of goods and services that became prerequisites of prosperity and affluence have ravaged our shared social, cultural and ecological ties

Left or right?

December 24, 2017 01:00 AM

UML is critical of Western ‘hegemony’ but is then funded by money coming from Western countries

Promoting violence

November 7, 2017 01:00 AM

The perceived efficacy of the language of violence runs the risk of making peaceful methods ineffective

Connecting the dots

September 18, 2017 01:00 AM

The evolving narrative of exploitation and domination established by the Madhesi uprising is only a part of a much larger national story.

Altars of change

August 21, 2017 08:07 AM

Excessive focus on violent methods of social change in Nepal often eclipses parallel non-violent methods.

Beyond English

June 11, 2017 00:25 AM

Preference for English language in social sciences is indicative of its hegemonic status in Nepal

Kinship matters

May 10, 2017 00:15 AM

Kinship is one of the cornerstones of anthropology. Documenting genealogies and family trees has always been part of anthropological fieldwork, developing their own terms and terminologies, or what Bronislaw Malinowski called ‘kinship algebra and geometry’.

Crossing the line

April 17, 2017 00:25 AM

Interdisciplinary approach has meant that sociology and anthropology are part of many other disciplines

Engaging the public

November 29, 2016 00:25 AM

There is communication gap between our sociologists and larger public

Thousand revolutions

August 17, 2016 00:35 AM

There is a need for sustained engagement from below. For this we need to re-imagine public space in Nepal

The comprehensive list

June 22, 2016 00:50 AM

These bibliographies make available writings of both Nepali and non-Nepali scholars