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Judith Pettigrew, Maoists at the Hearth: Everyday Life in Nepal’s Civil War
When, on February 4 1996, an obscure faction of Nepal’s left-movement, submitted a 40-point memorandum to the government with the threat of initiating an armed revolt unless its ambitious demands forExpand
ETIK 3.0: Blindheder og visioner i tænkningen
Dan V. Hirslund: Ethics 3.0. Blindness and Visions of Anthropological Knowledge This article formulates a notion of ethics based on the interests that our concepts represent. It identifies aExpand
Fighting back against dispossession
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Brokering labour: The politics of markets in the Kathmandu construction industry:
Although there is a rich tradition for labour studies in anthropology, little attention has so far been paid to the markets that connect prospective employees with places of work. In this article, ...
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Militant collectivity: Building solidarities in the Maoist movement in Nepal
© Stichting Focaal and Berghahn Books. A s tubborn, anticapitalist movement, Maoism has persisted in the global periphery for the many past decades despite its tainted image as a progressiveExpand
Utopias of youth: politics of class in Maoist post-revolutionary mobilisation
ABSTRACT This article investigates the changing role of youth in Nepali Maoism following their transformation from a guerrilla army to a parliamentary party after 2006. Drawing on 1 year ofExpand
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Introduction: youth, subjectivity and Utopia – ethnographic perspectives from the Global South
ABSTRACT As a fluid age cohort and a social category between childhood and adulthood – and hence with tenuous links to the status quo – youth are variously described as ‘at risk’, as victims ofExpand