European Bulletin of Himalayan Research
The European Bulletin of Himalayan Research (EBHR) was founded by the late Richard Burghart in 1991 and has appeared twice yearly ever since. It is edited on a rotating basis between France (CNRS), Germany (South Asia Institute) and the United Kingdom (SOAS). From 2014 to 2018, the Editorial Board is based at the South Asia Institute (SAI) in Heidelberg and comprises William Sax (SAI, Managing Editor), Christoph Bergmann (SAI), Christiane Brosius (Karl Jaspers Centre, Heidelberg), Juliane Dame (SAI), Axel Michaels (SAI), Markus Nüsser (SAI), Karin Polit (SAI), Mona Schrempf (Berlin), Anja Wagner (Münster), Astrid Zotter (SAI, Subscriptions and Finances), Heleen Plaisier, and Arik Moran (University of Haifa, Book Reviews Editor).
The EBHR’s contributing editors are Martin van Beek (University of Aarhus), Tone Bleie (University of Tromso), Ben Campbell (University of Durham), Pascale Dollfus (CNRS), Martin Gaenszle (University of Vienna), David Gellner (University of Oxford), Ingemar Grandin (Linkoping University), Ian Harper (University of Edinburgh), Sondra Hausner (University of Oxford), Michael Hutt (SOAS), Marie Lecomte-Tilouine (CNRS), Chiara Letizia (University of Québec, Montréal), Fiona McDonnell (University of Newcastle), Matthew Nelson (SOAS), Judith Pettigrew (University of Limerick), Philippe Ramirez (CNRS), Anne de Sales (CNRS), Sara Shneiderman (University of British Columbia), Surya Subedi (University of Leeds), Mark Turin (University of British Columbia) and Mark Watson (Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh).
If you wish to submit an article for publication in the EBHR, please contact Professor William Sax <firstname.lastname@example.org> in the first instance.
The Himalayas are taken to include the Karakorum, Hindukush, Ladakh, southern Tibet, Kashmir, north-west India, Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan, and north-east India. The subjects covered by the journal range from geography and economics to anthropology, sociology, philology, history, art history, and history of religions. In addition to scholarly articles, EBHR publishes book reviews, reports on research projects, information on Himalayan archives, news of forthcoming conferences, and funding opportunities. Manuscripts submitted are subject to a process of strict peer-reviewing.
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- Cover, contents (98 kb)
- Editorial (82 kb)
- In Memoriam - Lucette Boulnois (1931-2009) (618 kb)
author: Sushila Manandhar and Marie Lecomte-Tilouine
- Nepalese Migrations: Introduction (143 kb)
author: Tristan Bruslé
- Leaving Hills and Plains. Migration and Remittances in Nepal (807 kb)
author: Elvira Graner
- International and National Migrations from a Village in Western Nepal: Changes and Impact on Local Life (340 kb)
author: Olivia Aubriot
- Migration from Jumla to the Southern Plain (197 kb)
author: Satya Shrestha-Schipper
- Migration and Urban Associations: Notes on Social Networks in Pokhara, Nepal (152 kb)
author: Barbara Berardi Tadié
- Caught between Two Worlds: Internal Displacement Induced Dilemma in Nepal (950 kb)
author: Anita Ghimire
- Social Networks and Migration: Women's Livelihoods Between Far West Nepal and Delhi (139 kb)
author: Susan Thieme and Ulrike Müller-Böker
- The “Dream-Trap”: Brokering “Study Abroad” and Nurse Migration from Nepal to the UK (1.1 MB)
author: Radha Adkhikari
- Nepali Transmigrants: An Examination of Transnational Ties Among Nepali Immigrants in the United States (180 kb)
author: Bandita Sijapati
- Who’s in a Labour Camp? A Socio-Economic Analysis of Nepalese Migrants in Qatar (479 kb)
author: Tristan Bruslé
- Notes on Contributors (86 kb)