Book Chapters

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Book Chapters

Kikon, D. (2023). ‘Present Day Naga Society: A Story about Culture’ in Stiftung Humboldt Forum (ed.) Naga Land: Voices from North-east India. Berlin: Deutscher Kunstverlag, pp. 53-60.

Iralu, E. and Kikon, D. (2022). ‘Colonization Called my Home a Disturbed Area: A conversation’ in Golstein, A. and Trujillo, S. V. (eds.) Antifascist Futures: Against the Violence of Imperial Crisis. New York: Common Notions, pp. 213-228.

Kikon, D. (2021) ‘Stop Standing with a Tray for the VIP’ in Hümtsoe-Nienu, E., Patton, A. A., and Mhabeni, W. (eds.) Lotha Women in the 21st Century: Celebrating Progress, Advocating Gender Equality. Kohima: Tribal Development and Communication Centre, pp. 215-18.

Kikon, D. (2021) ‘Seed Stories in Nagaland: The Entanglement of Farmers, State and Agricultural Students‘ in Karlsson B. G., and Rabo, A. (eds.) Seedways: The Circulation, Control and Care of Plants in a Warming Worlds. Stockholm: Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademien, pp. 89-108.

Sundar, N. and Kikon, D. (2019) ‘Writing Counter-Insurgency, Conflict and Democracy’, in Nilsen, A. G., Nielsen, K. B., and Vaidya, A. (eds.) Indian Democracy: Origins, Trajectories, Contestations. London: Pluto Press, pp. 72–86.

Kikon, D. (2018) ‘Eating Akhuni in India’, in Bhushi, K. (ed.) Farm to Fingers: The Culture and Politics of Food in Contemporary India. New Delhi: Cambridge University Press, pp. 80–102.

Kikon, D. (2017a) ‘Difficult Loves: Purity and Hardship’, in Saikia, Y. and Baishya, A. R. (eds.) Northeast India: A Place of Relations. Delhi: Cambridge University Press, pp. 225–243.

Kikon, D. (2017b) ‘Memories of Rape: The Banality of Violence and Impunity in Naga Society’, in Chakravarti, U. (ed.) Fault Lines of History: The India Papers II. Delhi: Zubaan, pp. 94–126.

Snipp, C. M., Kloos, K. and Kikon, D. (2016) ‘Suffering for Territory: Immigrant Claims and Indigenous Rights in the United States and India’, in Hsu, R. and Reinprecht, C. (eds) Migration and Integration: New Models for Mobility and Coexistence. Vienna: Vienna University Press, pp. 153–171.

Kikon, D. (2009a) ‘Ethnography of the Assam-Nagaland Foothills in Northeast India’, in Fernandes, W. and Barbora, S. (eds) Land, People, and Politics: Contest over Tribal Lands in Northeast India. Guwahati: North Eastern Social Research Centre and International Working Group on Indigenous Affairs.

Kikon, D. (2009b) ‘From Loincloth, Suits, to Olive Greens: Politics of Clothing the “Naked” Nagas’, in Baruah, S. (ed.) Beyond Counter-insurgency: Breaking the Impasse in Northeast India. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, pp. 81–100.

Kikon, D. (2008) ‘Cultural Construction of Nationalism: Myths, Legends and Memories’, in Oppitz, M. et al. (eds) Naga Identities: Changing Local Cultures in the Northeast of India. Manchester, VT: Hudson Hills Press, pp. 97-105.

Kikon, D. (2006) ‘Educating the Naga Headhunters: Colonial History and Cultural Hegemony in Post-Colonial India’, in Sautman, B. (ed.) Cultural Genocide and Asian State Peripheries. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 139–164.

Kikon, D. (2002) ‘Political Mobilization of Women in Nagaland: A Sociological Background’, in Fernandes, W. and Barbora, S. (eds) Changing Status of Women in India: A Focus on Northeast India. Guwahati: North Eastern Social Research Centre.

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