Practices Of Sociology In Nepal
Sociology and anthropology in Nepal have so far shrugged off identifying its Nepali identity. One of the reasons for this lackluster is Nepali practitioners' relentless reliance on the west. The cookie-cutter approach of disciplinary history writing tradition is so worn out that competing perspectives and alternative narratives are still sparse. The Practices of Sociology in Nepal is both a representative and reflective dialogue that analytically submerges into the sociology 'of and 'on' Nepal. In assessing and reassessing Nepali sociology and anthropology, the centricity of this book revolves around the idea of practice.