What is SAMAJ?
The South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal (SAMAJ) is a double-blind, peer-reviewed journal devoted to research in the social sciences and humanities on South Asia. It specializes in the publication of comparative thematic issues as well as individual research articles, review essays, and book reviews. Committed to disseminating rigorous scientific research to the widest possible audience, SAMAJ is fully and freely accessible on line. SAMAJ receives institutional support from the Centre d’Etudes de l’Inde et de l’Asie du Sud (CEIAS) and has a partnership with the European Association for South Asian Studies (EASAS) since 2011.
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Credits : Katy Gardner
Series editors: Alessandra Consolaro, Margret Frenz and Roger Jeffery.
This thematic issue is the first in a series of issues jointly co-edited by SAMAJ and the European Association for South Asian Studies (EASAS). More on our partnership with EASAS here.
The editorial board thanks Arthur Cessou for his help in preparing this issue.
‘Working from home is better than going out to the factories’ (?): Spatial Embeddedness, Agency and Labour-Market Decisions of Women in the City of Delhi [Full text]07 September 2015
The Left Radical of Afghanistan [Chap-e Radikal-e Afghanistan]: Finding Trotsky after Stalin and Mao? [Full text]02 June 2015
27 May 2015
Nāth Yogīs’ Encounters with Islam [Full text]13 May 2015
09 May 2016
Chanfi Ahmed, West African `Ulamâ’ and Salafism in Mecca and Medina: Jawâb al-Ifrîqî, the Response of the African [Full text]29 March 2016
Surinder S. Jodhka, Caste in Contemporary India [Full text]04 March 2016
27 January 2016