Nandini Sundar
Nandini Sundar
Professor of Sociology, Delhi University
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Environmentality: Community, intimate government, and the making of environmental subjects in Kumaon, India
A Agrawal, AK Gupta, M Hathaway, S Narotzky, H Raffles, A Skaria, ...
Current anthropology 46 (2), 161-190, 2005
7542005
Unpacking the ‘joint’in joint forest management
N Sundar
Development and change 31 (1), 255-279, 2000
2272000
Devolution as a threat to democratic decision-making in forestry?: Findings from three states in India
M Sarin, NM Singh, N Sundar, RK Bhogal
Overseas Development Institute, 2003
1882003
Subalterns and sovereigns: An anthropological history of Bastar, 1854-1996
N Sundar
Oxford University Press, USA, 1997
1871997
Anthropology as a moral science of possibilities
M Carrithers, D Brenneis, JW Fernandez, JJ Fox, EJ Gordon, ...
Current anthropology 46 (3), 433-456, 2005
1782005
Is devolution democratization?
N Sundar
World development 29 (12), 2007-2023, 2001
1472001
Subalterns and sovereigns: An Anthropological history of Bastar, 1854-2006
N Sundar
Oxford University Press, 2007
1372007
new moral economy for India's forests?
R Jeffery, N Sundar
Sage Publications, 1999
1261999
Branching out: joint forest management in India.
N Sundar, R Jeffery, N Thin
Branching out: joint forest management in India., 2001
1182001
Democracy versus economic transformation?
A Baviskar, N Sundar
Economic and Political Weekly, 87-89, 2008
922008
Bastar, Maoism and Salwa Judum
N Sundar
Economic and Political Weekly, 3187-3192, 2006
902006
The burning forest: India's war in Bastar
N Sundar
Juggernaut Books, 2016
832016
Teaching to hate: RSS'pedagogical programme
N Sundar
Economic and Political Weekly, 1605-1612, 2004
792004
Toward an anthropology of culpability
N Sundar
American ethnologist 31 (2), 145-163, 2004
632004
Anthropology in the East
P Uberoi, N Sundar, S Deshpande
Founders of Indian sociology and anthropology. New Delhi: Permanent Black, 2007
602007
“Indigenise, nationalise and spiritualise”–an agenda for education?
N Sundar
International Social Science Journal 54 (173), 373-383, 2002
582002
The rule of law and citizenship in central India: post-colonial dilemmas
N Sundar
Citizenship Studies 15 (3-4), 419-432, 2011
452011
Vigilantism, culpability and moral dilemmas
N Sundar
Critique of Anthropology 30 (1), 113-121, 2010
452010
Beyond the bounds? Violence at the margins of new legal geographies
N Sundar
Violent environments, 328-353, 2001
442001
Caste as census category: implications for sociology
N Sundar
Current Sociology 48 (3), 111-126, 2000
432000
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