Moving Images: Emerging Identities and Materialities in Northeast India

Authors

Vibha Joshi
University of Oxford
Michael Heneise
The Kohima Institute

Synopsis

Expected in Autumn 2017, the second instalment in the Hutton Lectures Series, Moving Images: Emerging Identities and Materialities in Northeast India, edited by Vibha Joshi and Michael Heneise, features a broad collection of essays originally presented in three distinct panels and roundtable discussion during the 2014 Hutton Lectures symposium held at the Kohima Institute. Chapters follow the main themes: 'Christianity and ethnotheology: remaking social worlds in Northeast India', based on the panel chaired by Arkotong Longkumer of Edinburgh University; 'Ethnographies of Northeast India' based on a panel chaired by Michael Heneise; 'Importance of material culture among contemporary Nagas' based on a panel organised by Vibha Joshi from Oxford and Tuebingen Universities, and Roland Platz of the Ethnological Museum Berlin; and 'Head-hunting and self-representation', a discussion also organised by Vibha Joshi and Roland Platz. 

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