Journal of North East India Studies (JNEIS) seeks to provide readers worldwide with peer-reviewed scholarly articles related to history, anthropology, sociology, economics, education, political science, religion and other issues related to Northeast India.

    It is an attempt to set a platform for debate and discussion among policymakers, opinion-makers, academics, journalists and theologians for in-depth analysis of India’s most volatile Northeastern region. JNEIS publishes groundbreaking studies, insightful commentary, and hard-hitting reviews that tackle the entire range of contemporary concerns across the region. The issues appear in print edition and are available in full-text on this website.

    The JNEIS welcomes submissions of original articles, commentaries, review essays and book reviews. It specialises in timely and expeditious publication of articles that impact on today’s critical issues.

    Association for North East India Studies (ANEIS) is a professional association for scholars, students, social workers, and theologians interested in North East India. Its aim is to pursue intellectual discourses on the issues of Northeast India with a view to address them academically.

Commentary

The Enchanted Community: Kaose and Doi (Witchcraft) Among the Kukis of Northeast India

By Jangkhomang Guite Abstract: This paper examines the social history of kaose and doi among the Kukis of Northeast India. It begins with ...

India-Bangladesh Connectivity: Implications for India’s North East Development

By Rajendra Prasad Patel Connectivity is cornerstone to move forward greater bilateral cooperation and enhance trade, investment, people to people contracts and ...

Being a tribal man from the North-East: Migration, Morality and Masculinity by Duncan McDuie-Ra

Reviewed by Hoineilhing Sitlhou Duncan McDuie-Ra is an Australian academician who has done extensive research on the subject of Northeast migrants in ...

JNEIS Vol. 5, Issue 2, December 2015

JNEIS Vol. 5, Issue 2, December 2015 Research Papers 1. Marchang Reimeingam, Korean Media: A Catalyst of Acculturation to Korean Culture in Manipur, pp. 1-17. 2. Khumtiya Debbarma, Human Rights and Land Acquisition: A Case Study of North Joynagar Village in Tripura, pp. 18-31. 3. P. Thongkhanthang, Fertility Trends in North-East India, pp. 32-38. 4. […]

Remembering Second World War: Memory, Politics and Deception

By Jangkhomang Guite This paper concerns with the politics of remembering IIWW in Manipur. It will be observed that commemorating the IIWW in Manipur took at least three turns, all competing and contesting for dominance or recognition. First, the colonial state remembered its soldiers and officers in some War Cemeteries in the region silencing the […]