Irish Journal of Anthropology: Special issue on Adivasi identity

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SYMBOLIC ADIVASI MEMORIES AND THE ETHNOLOGICAL MUSEUM
by Lidia Guzy “focuses on museum development in India with special attention towards the inclusion of symbolic memories and the intangible cultural heritage of marginalized Adivasi communities. It discusses the development of Adivasi art through Indian museums.” – to read further, please download the full issue here >>

TABLE OF CONTENTS

GUEST EDITORIAL

GENERAL EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS

11 HARALD TAMBS-LYCHE COMMENT ON
WILL INDIA HAVE TO LIVE WITH CASTE FOR ALL TIME TO COME?

ARTICLES

14 HARALD TAMBS-LYCHE
DOMINATION BY HEGEMONY, OR FORCE COUNTERED BY RESISTANCE? THE INDIAN CASTE ORDER BETWEEN SCOTT AND GRAMSCI

31 SANJUKTA DAS GUPTA
FROM REBELLION TO LITIGATION: CHOTANAGPUR TENANCY ACT (1908) AND THE HOS OF KOLHAN GOVERNMENT ESTATE

46 DANIEL RYCROFT
ANTHROPOLOGICAL ARCHIVES AND ‘CHIASMIC’ TIME IN MODERN INDIA

69 MÉLANIE VANDENHELSKEN
THE POLITICS OF ETHNICITY AMONGST THE LIMBU IN SIKKIM: LITERARY DEVELOPMENT, RELIGIOUS REFORMS AND THE MAKING OF COMMUNITY

84 MARIE LECOMTE-TILOUINE
GOLDEN HAIR: A TRIBAL MYTH OF KINSHIP DETAILING A HINDU NARRATIVE IN THE NEPAL HIMALAYAS

98 MARINE CARRIN
THE GLORIOUS DEATH OF KOTI AND CHENNAYA, AND THE RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL INSPIRATION OF THE BILLAYA

115 LIDIA GUZY
SYMBOLIC ADIVASI MEMORIES AND THE ETHNOLOGICAL MUSEUM

126 STEFANO BEGGIORA
DEATH RITES AND DANCE PERFORMANCE AMONG THE SAORAS OF ODISHA: A FUNERAL MARCH AT THE FESTIVAL OF INDIGENOUS CULTURES?

139 BY MARINE CARRIN AND HARALD TAMBS-LYCHE
INTERVIEW WITH PAUL HOCKINGS

MESSAGE BOARD
143 IRISH JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGY INFORMATION

Source: Irish Journal of Anthropology: Special issue on Adivasi identity
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