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APRIL 2017

BNAC Members (Only those who agreed to be published are listed)

  • Dr Krishna AdhikariDr Krishna Adhikari Research Interests:Caste and ethnic relations and identity politics; education, employment, and social mobility; migration and diaspora communities; social capital and community-based institutions
  • Emeritus Prof. Lionel CaplanEmeritus Prof. Lionel Caplan (Retired) Previous Research Interests: Social implications of changing land systems; western portrayals of 'Gurkhas'; relations between district capitals and their hinterlands.
  • Prof. David GellnerProf. David Gellner Research Interests: Anthropology of South Asia, East Asia; Buddhism, Hinduism, traditional urbanism, healers and their relation to religion, ritual and symbolism; politics, ethnicity, and activism.
  • Andrea de la Rubia Gómez-MoránAndrea de la Rubia Gómez-Morán Research Interests: Hybridization in the art of Nepal; reconstruction of Nepal´s identity
  • Prof. Michael HuttProf. Michael Hutt Research interests: Nepali literature, Nepali politics, Nepal media, Bhutanese refugees
  • Shrochis KarkiShrochis Karki Research Interests: Education, Employment, Development, and Politics
  • Dr Om KurmiDr Om Kurmi Research Interests: Environmental health; Respiratory Epidemiology; Chronic Diseases in low and middle income countries
  • Dr Chandra LaksambaDr Chandra Laksamba Research Interests: Lifelong learning, Marxist theory and globalisation ; Gurkhas and issues of equality; Migration and diaspora religion (Nepali); Limbu land tenure (Kipat), culture and religion
  • Dr Ram Prasad MainaliDr Ram Prasad Mainali Research Interests: Economics of inequality particularly in the field of health, labour market and education.
 

For more information and enquiries please contact Dr Krishna Adhikari by
email: krishna.adhikari@anthro.ox.ac.uk

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