Volume 7

Vol. 7, No. 1, June 2017


The Legacy of Colonial Governmentality in Nagaland

Research Papers

1. Increasing Public Value in the Shillong Region of Meghalaya – Leon Miller

2. Spreading the Dreaded Virus: Social Dimension of HIV/AIDS in Churachandpur, Manipur – Johny Lalbiaklian

3. Wari Leeba: The Declining Storytelling Tradition of the Meiteis of Manipur and Tripura – Sukla Singha

4. Ranking of districts in North East states of India by the use of Standard of Living Index using 2001 and 2011 census – Phrangstone Khongji

5. Minorities in Japan and India: A Comparative Study of Ainu and Borok Tribals – M. Kamlianlal Zou

6. Converting the Nagas and Kukis: Missionary Representations – Ningmuanching

7. The Self Perceived Morbidity and its Determinants in North East India – Kshetrimayum Rabikan Singh

8. Human Trafficking in North East India: Patterns and Emerging Trends – Neimenuo Kengurusie

9. Mathematics Achievement of Class V students: A study of North Eastern States – Satya Bhushan & Santosh Kumar

Book Review

10. James C. Scott The Art of Not Being Governed: An Anarchist History of Upland Southeast Asia, Yale University Press, 2009 – Reviewed by Jeemut Pratim Das


Vol. 7, No. 2, December 2017


Memories that always return

Research Papers

1. Forest Conservation and Management Practices among the Ahom rulers of Pre-Colonial Assam: An Historical Assessment – Srijani Bhattacharjee

2. Role of Women during the Anti-Foreigners’ Agitation in Assam 1979-1985 – Nabanita Sharma

3. Migration from Agricultural Land in Barpeta to Waste-land in Lucknow: A Struggle for Livelihood – Roli Misra

4. Role of the State and Traditional Institutions in Identity Formation: A Study of the Namghar in Assam – Ankita Dutta

5. Food Culture, Nutritional Status and Health-Care Accessibility of the Kukis of Manipur – Ruth Nengneilhing

6. Natural Resources and Socio-Economic Development in North East India – Mirinchonme Mahongnao, Noklenyangla and Subhash Kumar

Book Review

7. Hira Moni Deka, Politics of Identity and the Bodo Movement in Assam. New Delhi: Scholar World, 2014 – Reviewed by Anup Das