Department of Sociology (AWARDED UGC-SAP DRS-I, 2016)

Tezpur University

Publication of Kedilezo Kikhi

a) Select Books

  • Kikhi, Kedilezo & Gautam, D.R. (Eds.) (2021). Comprehending Equity: Contextualising India’s North-East. New Delhi: Routledge India.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo et.al. (Eds.) (2021). Indigeneity, Citizenship, and the State: Perspectives from India’s Northeast. Delhi: Aakar Books.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo & Jose, K. SVD (Eds.) (2021). Nagaland - Vibrant Ethnic Communities in Transition: Culture, Festival, Customary Laws (Vol II). Delhi: DVS Publishers.
  • Jose, K. SVD & Kikhi, Kedilezo (Eds.) (2021). Nagaland - Vibrant Ethnic Communities in Transition: Land, People, Livelihood (Vol I). Delhi: DVS Publishers.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo. (Ed.). (2013). The Dynamics of Development in North East India. Delhi: Bookwell.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo et.al. (2010). Sociology for Class 12. NBSE Approved Textbook, Dimapur: Heritage Publishing House.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo et.al. (2009). Sociology for Class 11. NBSE Approved Textbook, Dimapur: Heritage Publishing House.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo & Kikhi, Narola Dangti. (Eds.). (2009). Changing Gender Equation: with Special Reference to Nagaland. New Delhi: Akansha Publishing House.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo et.al. (Eds.). (2009). Angami Society at the Beginning of the 21st Century. New Delhi: Akansha Publishing House.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo. (2006). Educated Unemployed Youth in Nagaland: A Sociological Study. New Delhi: Akansha Publishing House.

b) Select Articles in Journals 

  • Kikhi, Kedilezo et.al. (August 2020). Contested Borders and Borderlands in Northeast India: (IL)Legitimate Claims of Naga Identity Assertion. Sociological Bulletin, 69(2), 141-157.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo. (2020). The Naga Homeland Movement: Historical Trajectory and Contemporary Relevance. Economic and Political Weekly, LV(23), 43-48, (June 6, 2020).
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo (Winter 2019). Situating ‘the Ruling Class’ and ‘the Social Masses’ in Contemporary Naga Society: A Nuanced Perspective. Man and Society: A Journal of North-East Studies. Vol. XVI, 75-87.
  • Choudhury, Nandarani & Kikhi, Kedilezo. (April-June 2017). Understanding Mental Health: Perspectives from Three Competing Paradigms. Anukriti, 7(3), 119-124.
  • Choudhury, Nandarani & Kikhi, Kedilezo. (April 2017). Sociological Perspective on Mental Health of Women. Indian Journal of Integrated Research and Analysis (IJIRA), 1(4), 1-7.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo. (2016). Doing (Scientific) Research in Social Sciences: Relating Theory and Field. Dimapur (Govt.) College Journal, 1(3), 59-80.
  • Barua, Pinky & Kikhi, Kedilezo. (2016). Culinary Traditions, Aesthetics and Practices: Constructing Cultural Identity of Amri Karbis of Northeast India. Journal of Northeast Indian Culture (JNEIC), 3(2), 63-77.
  • Dowarah, Kuntala & Kikhi, Kedilezo. (August 2016). Health Status, Health Policy and Lisu Tribe of Northeast India: Critiquing Implementation of Schemes – Is it wilful Negligence or Failure? Anthropology Today: An International Peer Reviewed NEIRA Journal. II(3), 50-64.
  • Dutta, Piyashi & Kikhi, Kedilezo. (August 2016). Folk Practices of the Khasi Tribe: A Description of Jingrwai Iawbei in Kongthong Village. Sociological Bulletin, 65(2), 237-252.
  • Choudhury, Nandarani & Kikhi, Kedilezo. (July 2016). Mental Health, Gender and Society: The Social Epidemiological Connect. Social Change and Development, XII, 69-80.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo & Husca, A. (June 2016). An Insight into the (Unique) Heritages and Traditions of Sumi Nagas: What can be Preserved? Anthropos India, 2(1), 187-203.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo & Husca, A. (2015-16). Institution of Marriage and Bride-Price amongst the Sumi Nagas: Change and Continuity. Journal on Frontier Studies, 4, 1-27.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo & Ghosh, Jagritee. (2015). Identity and Tribal Land Alienation in Northeast India: A Sociological Viewpoint on Changing Land Relations with Reference to Nagaland State. Journal of Northeast Indian Culture (JNEIC), II(2), 55-67.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo & Choudhury, Nandarani. (Summer 2015). Understanding Schizophrenic Behaviour from a Cultural Perspective. Man and Society: A Journal of North-East Studies, XII, 83-99.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo. (2013). Land and Tribal Identity in Contemporary Nagaland: Insights from Micro-Level Studies. Journal on Frontier Studies (Issue on Land and Land Relations), 1, 35-50.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo. (Winter 2012). Contemporary Political Discourse on Naga Identity and Nationalism: A Sociological Analysis. Man and Society: A Journal of North-East Studies, IX, 74-91.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo. (June 2012). An Evaluation of Self-employment Schemes in Nagaland. Economic Challenger, 14(55), 58-64.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo. (December 2009). What ails the North East? Challenges and Responses. Sociological Bulletin, 58(3), 346-366.

c) Select Chapters in Books

  • Kikhi, Kedilezo & Gautam, D.R. (2021). ‘Introduction: Equity and Differing Contexts in North-East India’ in Kedilezo Kikhi & D.R. Gautam (Eds.). Comprehending Equity: Context of North-East India (pp. 1- 20). New Delhi: Routledge India.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo, Das, Amiya Kumar & Dutta, Piyashi. 2021. ‘Introduction: Indigeneity, Citizenship and the State’ in Kedilezo Kikhi et.al. (Eds.) Indigeneity, Citizenship, and the State: Perspectives from India’s Northeast (pp. 13-32). Delhi: Aakar Books.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo & Ghosh, Jagritee. 2021. ‘Land Rights, Identity and Customary Laws amidst Angami and Konyak Nagas: A Comparative Cross-Referencing’ in Kedilezo Kikhi et.al. (Eds.) Indigeneity, Citizenship, and the State: Perspectives from India’s Northeast (pp. 172-186). Delhi: Aakar Books.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo & Husca, A. (2021). ‘Insight on Unique Heritages and Traditions of Sumi Nagas’ in Kedilezo Kikhi & K. Jose SVD (Eds.) Nagaland - Vibrant Ethnic Communities in Transition: Culture, Festival, Customary Laws (Vol 2) (pp. 80-97). Delhi: DVS Publishers.
  • Jose, K. SVD & Kikhi, Kedilezo. (2021). ‘Introduction: The Land and People’ in K. Jose SVD & Kedilezo Kikhi (Eds.) Nagaland - Vibrant Ethnic Communities in Transition: Land, People, Livelihood (Vol 1) (pp. 1-12). Delhi: DVS Publishers.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo & Kikhi, Chozule. (2021). ‘Livelihood and Resources: Naga Women as Natural Managers and preservers of Eco-Biodiversity’ in K. Jose SVD & Kedilezo Kikhi (Eds.) Nagaland - Vibrant Ethnic Communities in Transition: Land, People, Livelihood (Vol 1) (pp. 36-52). Delhi: DVS Publishers.
  • Jose, K. SVD & Kikhi, Kedilezo. (2021). ‘Vibrant Ethnic Communities and Modernization of Traditions’ in K. Jose SVD & Kedilezo Kikhi (Eds.) Nagaland - Vibrant Ethnic Communities in Transition: Land, People, Livelihood (Vol 1) (pp. 142-158). Delhi: DVS Publishers.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo. (2018). A Critical Understanding of Sociology of Northeast India: Geo-political History and Migration. In Jyoti Prasad Saikia & Partha Pratim Borah (Eds.), Sociology of Northeast India: Empirical Reality and Disciplinary Practice (pp. 17-33). Guwahati: DVS Publishers.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo. (2017). Politics in Nagaland: From Military to Electoral Democracy. In Himanshu Roy, M.P. Singh & A.P.S. Chouhan (Eds.), State Politics in India (pp. 598-624). New Delhi: Primus Books.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo & Ghosh, Jagritee. (2016). Intricate Interface of Land, Identity and Development in Nagaland. In Luke Rymbai et. al (Eds.), Politics of Location and Identity in Northeast India (pp. 50-64). Dimapur: Heritage Publishing House.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo. (2013). Researches on the Role of Naga Women in Management of Resources. In K. Jose SVD, Gautam K. Bera & R.P. Athparia (Eds.), Anthropology in North-East India: Empirical Perspectives (pp. 248-266). New Delhi: Omsons Publications.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo. (2013). Employment-Promotion Projects [for Educated Youth] Operating in Nagaland State: A Critical Assessment. In Kedilezo Kikhi (Ed.), The Dynamics of Development in North-East India (pp. 358-373). New Delhi: Bookwell.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo. (2010). Ceasefire and its Impact in Nagaland: A Critical Appraisal. In Gautam Kumar Bera and K. Jose SVD (Eds.), Ethno-Social Mobility in North East India (pp.145-156). Delhi: Abhijeet Publications.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo (2009). Angami Women and Matrilineal Inheritance: A Case Study of Zounuo-Keyhonuo Group of Angami Naga. In R.P. Athparia, Birinchi K. Medhi & K. Jose SVD (Eds.), Tribes and Castes of North-East India (pp. 112 – 124). New Delhi: Omsons Publishers.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo & Dangti, Narola. (2009). Changing Gender Equation: Compared Cross-Culturally. In Kedilezo Kikhi & Narola Dangti Kikhi (Eds.), Changing Gender Equation: with Special Reference to Nagaland (pp. 1-28). New Delhi: Akansha Publishing House.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo. (2009). Educated Youth in Nagaland: Aspirations vis-à-vis Employment Opportunities. In Komol Singha (Ed.), Village Development in North-East India (pp. 133-153). New Delhi: Concept Publishing House.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo. (2009). Educated Unemployed Youth: Problems and Consequences. In Kedilezo Kikhi, Alphonsus D’Souza & Visakhonu Hibo (Eds.), Angami Society at the Beginning of the 21st Century (pp. 78-99). New Delhi: Akansha Publishing House.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo. (2009). Changes and Continuity in Naga Marriage: Case Study of Zounuo-Keyhonuo Group of Angami-Naga. In T.B. Subba, J. Puthenpurakal & Shaji Joseph Puykunnel (Eds.), Christianity and Change in Northeast India (pp. 257-268) New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company.
  • Kikhi, Kedilezo. (2002). Educated Unemployment in Nagaland: Trend and Magnitude. In C. Joshua Thomas and Gurudas Das (Eds.), Dimensions of Development in Nagaland (pp. 85-108). New Delhi: Regency Publications.
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