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Accepted Abstracts and Panels: Chautari Annual Conference – 2018
Date: 30 Nov -0001

Chautari Annual Conference – 2018

The following abstracts and panels have been accepted for Chautari Annual Conference – 2018 to be held in Kathmandu on 22-23 April, 2018. More details about the conference will be uploaded in this website when they become available.

S.N. Name Title
1

Amrita Pritam Gogoi
Dibrugarh University, Assam

The Revolution, Its Revolutionaries and Their Relations:  Female Cadres of the PW and Everyday Resistances 
2

Bina Jha
Tri Chandra Campus,
Tribhuvan University (TU)

Gender-based Violence in Madhes: An Analysis of Behavior Related to Gender Inequality in Nepal
3

Bindeshwor Thapa Magar
TU

Changing Dynamics of Social Capital: A Case from Central Nepal, Ramechhap
4

Bishal K Chalise
Niti Foundation

Interaction of Formal and Informal Institutions in Determining Success of Economic Transformation: A Case Study of Nepal’s Liberalization Policy
5

Chudamani Basnet and
Ratnakar Jha
South Asian University, New Delhi

Gender Dynamics and Intermarriage between Madhesi Men and Pahadi Women in Southern Nepal
6

Damodar Tripathi
PPNB-Nepal

New Constitution and New ‘Cross-road’: A Challenging Political Future of the Himalayan Republic Nepal
7

David Seddon
Former Professor, University of East Anglia     

Marxism and the Study of Nepal: A Case of ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time’?
8

Devendra Uprety
Martin Chautari               

Failed Experiment: Efforts of Making the Sanskrit University between the Late 1960s and the Early 1970s
9

Dinesh Sapkota
TU

Deteriorating Woe of Dalali Culture: Perceptive from Nepali Tradition and Global Capitalism
10

Diwakar KC
National College and Chubamenla Jamir, TERI University, India

Does Price Determination Process Affect Income of Smallholder Farmers?
11

Geha Nath Khanal
The University of Melbourne, Australia

Demand-side Financing Policies in Maternal Health Service Utilization in Nepal: Policy Analysis of Aama Suraksha Karyakram Using Kingdon’s Multiple Stream Framework
12

Guman Singh Khattri
University of Lille, France

A Crippled Revolution: Rise and Transformation of Maoist Revolution in Nepal
13

Jan Brunson
University of Hawai’i at Mānoa

Conceptualizing Maternal Health in Nepal and other Low-income Countries:  Causes, Contexts, and Future Directions
14

Jeevan Baniya
Social Science Baha

The Rise and Fall of the Citizens’ Movement for Democracy and Peace and Democratization in Nepal
15

Krishna Sharma 
South Asian University, New Delhi

Does it Pay to be Farmer in Nepal? An Analysis of Nepal’s Plains
16

Kristin Cain
Independent Researcher

Peacebuilding and Nonviolent Resistance in Nepal’s Terai: Complementary Efforts towards Violence Prevention?
17

Ljiljana Marković and  Biljana Djorić Francuski
University of Belgrade, Serbia

Representations of Nepal in Serbia

18

Lokranjan Parajuli
Martin Chautari

सिनेमा-हेराइको शुरूआती नेपाली अनुभव : प्रारम्भिक टिप्पणी
19

Madhu Giri
TU

Pathways to Learning: An Autoethnographic  Study of Teaching-Learning Process in Tribhuvan University
20

Madhusudan Pokharel and Rishika Pokharel,
TU

Online Impression Management and Future Employment
21

Maheshwar Giri
National College, Kathmandu University

Evidence of Sex-selective Abortion in Nepal: An Econometric Analysis Based on Nationally Representative Survey Data
22

Michelle Welsch
TU         

Interest and Intent in Pursuing Higher Education: Nepali Students’ Perceptions on Study Abroad Experiences
23

Ojasvini R Baral and G.C. Pal
Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, New Delhi

Caste Crimes in Nepal and India: Comparative Perspectives
24

Pirt Bahadur Bista
Far- Western University

राना थारु विवाह प्रणाली, नाता सम्बन्ध र  लैंगिक भूमिका
25

Pranab Kharel and Gaurab KC
Kathmandu School of Law

Unfolding the Case of Dalit Agency: The Episode of Pashupatinath Entry by Dalits
26

Ram Pravesh Sah
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

Growing Energy Crisis in Nepal: Threat to Economic Development

27

Ria Gyawali
Columbia University, USA

Minor Histories/Minor Emotions
28

Rukh Gurung
Martin Chautari               

Post-earthquake Reconstruction Policies and Its Complexity
29

Sachin Ghimire
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

Blood, Bleeding and Beliefs: An Ethnographic Echo of Purity vs. Pollution during Menstrual Practices in Nepal
30

Sangita Thebe Limbu
Martin Chautari               

Politics of Alcohol vs. Politics of Tea? Local Elections, Gender Quotas and Women’s Political Engagement
31

Sanyukta Shrestha
Independent Researcher, London

The Evolution of Raj Man Singh’s Art Work and Their Significance Today
32

Sohan Sha
Martin Chautari               

Role of Universities in Building Research and Innovation Capacities in Nepal
33

Sudeep Uprety
Research Uptake and Impact       

Dancing to ‘Their Tune’: Complexities of Commissioned Social Science Research in Developing Countries
34

Sudha Ghimire
TU         

Violence, Sex and Gender: Understanding a Burn Victim’s Narrative from an Intersectionality Perspective
35

Supriya Manandhar
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond

Exploring Public Art Archetypes in Kathmandu Valley

36

Susanne Åsman
Gothenburg University, Sweden 

Nepali Migrant Sex Workers Return Home from the Red Light District in India in an Era of Anti-trafficking
37

Swatahsiddha Sarkar
University of North Bengal, India

Do Ideas Really Travel? Dialogue between Indian and Nepali Sociology Beyond the Nationalist Frame
38

Tashi Tsering Ghale ‘Dolpo’
National Foundation for Development of Indigenous Nationalities

Local Election after 20 Years in the Marginalized Himalayan Indigenous Peoples: Role of Media, State and the Politics of Center in Dolpo
39

Thaneshwar Bhusal
University of Canberra, Australia

The Effects of Political Vacuum on Local Decision -making in Nepal (2002-2016)
40

Todd j. Wallenius
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York      

Towards a Theory of Private Schools in Nepal: A Sketch from Kathmandu
Panel 1: Multilingualism in Education: Unraveling Ideology, Power and Pedagogy
1

Anju Lama and Tanka Silwal
TU

Language Ideologies, Symbolic Violence and English as Medium of Instruction Policies in Public Schools
2

Basanta Kadel and Guru Poudel
TU

Innovations, Opportunities and challenges in Multilingual Classroom
3

Khem Raj Joshi
TU

Trans-languaging in Higher Education: Perceptions and Practices
4

Laxmi Prasad Ojha
TU

Teachers as Policy Makers: Insights from the Classroom Practices in Public Schools in Nepal
5

Prem Phyak
TU

Multilingualism in Education: Unraveling Ideology, Power and Pedagogy
Panel 2: Linguistic Diversity Across Space: Challenging Linguistic Boundaries and Recreating Language Policy
1

Govinda Prasad Limbu
TU

Not Learning but English: Teachers’ Ideologies of English as Medium of Instruction (EMI) Policy
2 Gyanu Poudel and Resham Acharya Mother Tongue Based Multilingual Education (MT-MLE) and Teachers’ Multilingual Awareness
3

Kamali Kenta Bhetwal
TU

Multilingualism in Folk-music in Nepal: Linguistic Creativity and Breaking Linguistic Boundary
4

Prem Phyak
TU         

Linguistic Diversity Across Space: Challenging Linguistic Boundaries and Recreating Language Policy
5

Umanath Sharma and Tek Mani Karki,
TU         

Looking at Classroom: Linguistic Diversity, Instructional Approaches and Teachers’ Ideologies
Panel 3: Nepal’s Complex and Contested ‘Transition’ – Discussions from the Margin
1 Sujeet Karna,  Kalpana Jha, Bhawana Oli;  Martin Chautari,  Oliver Walton and Jonathan Goodhand; SOAS and Bath University, UK Locating Political Engagements and Debates at the Periphery while Taking a Case of Dolpa and Rajbiraj
Comparing and Contrasting Nature and the Formation of Intermediaries in the Political Transition of Nepal While Talking a Case of Rajbiraj and Bardiya
Locating Nepal’s Complex and Contested Transition in the Post 2007 Political Development


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Accepted Abstracts and Panels: Chautari Annual Conference – 2018 30 Nov -0001

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