Gender, Sexuality, & Women’s Studies
Peace and Conflict Studies
Ph.D., Rutgers University
Fields: Global/International; South Asia; Caste; Colonialism; Gender; Kingship; Law; Modernity; Nationalism
- Big History: Story of Humanity
- Colonialism, Imperialism, and De-Colonization
- Gandhi: De-Colonizing India
- Gandhi, Non Violence and Justice
- Historian’s Craft
- Modern India
- MLK: Visions of Justice
- Sex, Nationalism, and Ideology
- Warriors, Priests, Outcasts
Sanjog Rupakheti is an Editor for the journal Studies in Nepali History and Society.
Work in Progress
The Making of a Hindu Kingdom in Nepal: Family, Law, and Power in the Himalayas (under contract with Oxford University Press)
Peer-Reviewed Articles and Book Chapters
“Historicizing the House of Gorkha: Genealogy, Family Feuds, and Network Building in the Himalayas” in The Oxford Handbook of the Himalayas (New York: Oxford University Press) forthcoming
“Households, Family Politics, and Slavery in Nepal” in Slavery and Bondage in Asia, 1500-1850: Towards a Global History of Coerced Labour (De Gruyter Academic Press, 2022) forthcoming
“Beyond dharmashastras and Weberian Modernity: Law and State Making in Nineteenth Century Nepal” in Law Addressing Diversity: Pre-Modern India and Europe in Comparison. Thomas Ertl and Gijs Kruijtzer, eds. (Berlin: De Gruyter Academic Press, 2017), pp: 169-196.
"Reconsidering State-Society Relations in South Asia: A Himalayan Case Study," Himalaya, The Journal of the Association of Nepal and Himalayan Studies, 35:2 (2015): 73-86.
Mark Liechty, Far Out: Countercultural Seekers and the Tourist Encounters in Nepal (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2017) in Pacific Affairs, Vol. 92, No. 2 (2019): 377-379.
Bernardo Michael, State Making and Territory in South Asia: Lessons from the Anglo Gorkha War (1814-1816) (London: Anthem Press, 2012) in Studies in Nepali History and Society, Vol. 22, No. 2 (2017): 487-490.