Research

1. Research articles

In peer-reviewed journals

  • The Kuki-Naga Conflict in the light of recent publications, South Asia Research, Vol. 33, No. 1, February 2013, pp. 77-87. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/1177/0262728013475545
  • Recent trends in regional integration and the Indian experience, International Area Studies Review, 15(4), 2012: 377-392. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/1177/2233865912465605
  • Political Integration of Northeast India: A Historical Analysis, Strategic Analysis, 36(2), 2012: 302-312. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/1080/09700161.2012.646508
  • India’s Look East Policy: Its Evolution and Approach, South Asian Survey, 18(2), 2011: 239-257. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/1177/0971523113513368

 

2. Other Journal Publications

Non-reviewed articles in journals

  • Is there a Pan-North-East Identity and Solidarity? Economic & Political Weekly, 47(36), 2012: 84-85. JSTOR: https://www.jstor.org/stable/41720115
  • District Status for Sadar Hills in Manipur, Man and Society, IX, Winter 2012: 92-112.
  • Kuki Churches Unification Movements, Journal of North East India Studies, 2(2), 2012: 33-48.
  • Theoretical Considerations of Political Integration and the Indian Experience, International Journal of South Asian Studies, Vol. 4(1), 2011: 221-234.
  • Conceptualising Northeast India: A Discursive Analysis on Diversity, Bangladesh e-Journal of Sociology, e 8(2), 2011: 109-120.
  • Language and Nomenclature Imbroglio among the Kukis, Language in India, 11(3), 2011: 28-35.
  • India’s Look East Policy, Third Concept, 25(291), 2011: 7-11.
  • India’s Look East policy: Domestic Concern or Foreign Apprehension, FPRC Journal, Volume 8, 2011, 227-234.
  • India’s Northeast Policy: Continuity and Change, Man and Society, Vol. VII, winter 2010: 86-99.

 

3. Book Chapters

Peer reviewed papers

 

4. Other book chapters

Non-peer reviewed

  • Challenges for Democratic Governance in Manipur, in G. Ram (Ed.). Exploring Social Margins: Human Development in India’s North East. Guwahati: Eastern Book House, 2017. pp. 270-280.
  • The Kuki Tribes of Meghalaya: A Study of their Socio-Political Problems, in R. Padhi (ed.). Current Tribal Situation: Strategies for Planning, Welfare and Sustainable Development. Delhi: Mangalam Publications, 2013, pp. 85-93. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1621524
  • Looking East via Moreh: Prospects and Challenges for the Kukis, in N. Haokip & M. Lunminthang (eds.) The Kuki Society: Past, Present and Future. New Delhi: Maxford, 2011, pp. 190-202.

 

5. Film reviews

 

6. Photo essays

Life and Livelihood at the Margin: Bally village in the Sundarbans

 

7. Reviews

  • Essays on the Kuki-Naga Conflict: A Review, Strategic Analysis, Vol. 37, Issue 2, March-April 2013, pp. 251-259. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/1080/09700161.2012.755785
  • Beyond Borders: Look East Policy & North East India edited by Dilip Gogoi (Delhi/Guwahati: DVS Publishers), 2010; pp xiv + 317, Rs 670. in Man and Society, Volume VIII, Summer 2011, pp. 161-172.
  • Thingnam Kishan Singh (ed.). Look East Policy & India’s North East: Polemics and Perspectives. New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company, 2008, published in Man and Society, Volume VI, 2009, 115-119.

8. Editorials

  1. Long term approach to the menace of rape in India, Journal of North East India Studies, 3(2), 2013: i-ii.
  2. The Legacy of Colonial Governmentality in Nagaland, Journal of North East India Studies, 7(1), 2017: i-iii. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1621515
  3. Memories That Always Return, Journal of North East India Studies, 7(2), 2017: i-iii