What is SAMAJ?
The South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal (SAMAJ) is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to social science research 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 : Uday Chandra
17 October 2013
01 August 2013
Standing Still and Cutting in Line [Full text]The Culture of the Queue in India15 March 2013
Shah Shuja’s ‘Hidden History’ and its Implications for the Historiography of Afghanistan [Full text]14 May 2012
19 November 2013
R. Nagaraj (ed.), Growth, Inequality and Social Development in India: Is Inclusive Growth Possible? [Full text]24 July 2013
11 June 2013
Marc Gaborieau, Le Mahdi incompris. Sayyid Ahmad Barelvi (1786-1831) et le millénarisme en Inde (The Misunderstood Mahdi, Sayyid Ahmad Barelvi, (1786-1831) and Millenarianism in India) [Full text]06 November 2012