Banerjee, Mukulika


Dr Mukulika Banerjee  

Department

Position held

Department of Anthropology

Associate Professor (Reader)

Experience keywords:

democracy; elections; public culture; politics; popular perceptions of democracy

Countries and regions to which research relates:

Pakistan; India; South Asia

Languages:

Hindi [Spoken: Fluent, Written: Fluent]; Bengali [Spoken: Fluent]; Urdu [Spoken: Fluent]

Media experience:

RadioTV

Contact Points

LSE phone number:

+44 (0)20 7955 7213

Publications

LSE Research Online, Funnelback Search

2012

Banerjee, Mukulika (2012) India: the next superpower?: democracy IDEAS reports - special reports, Kitchen, Nicholas, ed SR010. LSE IDEAS, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

2011

Banerjee, Mukulika (2011) Elections as communitas Social Research, 78 (1). 75-98. ISSN 0037-783X

2010

Banerjee, Mukulika (2010) Leadership and political work In: Price, Pamela and Ruud, Arild Engelsen , (eds.) Power and Influence in India: Bosses, Lords and Captains. Exploring the political in South Asia. Routledge India, New Delhi, India. ISBN 9780415585958

Banerjee, Mukulika (2010) A left front election In: Heath, Anthony and Jeffery, Roger, (eds.) Diversity and Change in Modern India: Economic, Social and Political Approaches. Proceedings of the British Academy (159). OUP/ British Academy, Oxford, UK, 243-266. ISBN 9780197264515

2008

Banerjee, Mukulika, ed (2008) Muslim portraits: everyday lives in India Yoda Press, New Delhi, India. ISBN 9788190618625

Banerjee, Mukulika (2008) Democracy, sacred and everyday: an ethnographic case from India In: Paley, Julia, (ed.) Democracy: Anthropological Approaches. Advanced seminar. School for Advanced Research Press, Santa Fe, NM, USA, 63-96. ISBN 9781934691076


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