Manuela Ciotti

  1. 2014
  2. In press

    Agency in words, self-representation in action : Connecting and disconnecting Dalit women with India’s history of gender and politics. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    Development Failure and Identity Politics in Uttar Pradesh. ed. / Roger Jeffery. : SAGE Publications , 2014.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewBook chapter

  3. In press

    Art institutions as global forms in India and beyond : Cultural production, temporality and place. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    Framing the global. Indiana University Press, 2014.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewBook chapter

  4. Published

    Dalit women between social and analytical alterity. Rethinking the ‘quintessentially marginal’ : Rethinking the ‘quintessentially marginal’. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    Handbook of Gender in South Asia. ed. / Leela Fernandes . Routledge, 2014. p. 305-317.

    Publication: ResearchBook chapter

  5. Published

    Total South @ AIFACS. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2014.

    Publication: ResearchAnthology

  6. 2013
  7. Published

    It's not all about caste. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    In: The Newsletter, No. 66, 12.2013, p. 55.

    Publication: ResearchJournal article

  8. Published

    Thinking art in India : A semi-virtual lab. / Ciotti, Manuela; Scaria, Gigi.

    SARAI Reader 09 : Projections. ed. / Raqs Media Collective. 2013. p. 267-273.

    Publication: ResearchBook chapter

  9. Published

    Uttar Pradesh : Untouchability and politics . / Ciotti, Manuela.

    The modern anthropology of India: Ethnography, Themes and Theory. ed. / Peter Berger; Frank Heidemann. Routledge, 2013. p. 301-323.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewBook chapter

  10. 2012
  11. Published

    Post-colonial renaissance : ‘Indianness’, contemporary art and the market in the age of neoliberal capital. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    In: Third World Quarterly, Vol. 33, No. 4, 2012, p. 633-651.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  12. Published

    Resurrecting seva (social service): Dalit and low-caste women party activists as producers and consumers of political culture and practice in urban north India. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    In: Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 71, No. 1, 2012, p. 149-170.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  13. 2011
  14. After subversion: Intimate encounters, the agency in and of representation, and the unfinished project of gender without sexuality in India. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    In: Cultural Dynamics, Vol. 23, No. 2, 2011, p. 107-126.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  15. Chamar (Dalit) young persons as new historical subjects: A cross-generational perspective on subaltern youth from a north Indian province. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2011. Paper presented at 25th anniversary BASAS(British Association of South Asian Studies) annual conference, Southampton, United Kingdom.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  16. Indian Dalit youth, social engagement and intergenerational justice: A cross-cultural analysis from the global South. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2011. Paper presented at The Fellows Conference, Berlin, Germany.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  17. 2010
  18. After subversion: Intimate encounters, the agency in and of representation, and the partiality of gender without sexuality in India. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2010. Paper presented at The European Science Foundation (ESF) Exploratory workshop ‘Multiple modernities of same-sex sexuality in Nigeria’ , Maynooth, Ireland.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  19. Beyond State’s and citizens’ gaze: Social service (seva), gendered governmentality and political subjectivities amongst Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) women activists in north India.. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2010. Paper presented at The 21st European Conference on Modern South Asian Studies (ECMSAS), Bonn, Germany.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  20. Caste, occupation and politics on the Ganges. Passages of resistance, by Assa Doron. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    In: Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S.), Vol. 16, 2010, p. 666-667.

    Publication: ResearchReview

  21. Fairs and counter-fairs’: Colonial and postcolonial India through the exhibition ‘The Empire strikes back: Indian art today’, London Saatchi Gallery, 2010.. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2010. Paper presented at Identifying new themes in South Asian History, Berlin, Germany.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  22. Futurity in words: Low-caste women politicians’ self-representation and post-Dalit scenarios in north India.. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    In: Contemporary South Asia, Vol. 18, No. 1, 2010, p. 43-56.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  23. Global art re-branding the nation: For an anthropology of India as we don't know it yet.. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2010. Paper presented at Asian Diversity in a Global Context, København, Denmark.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  24. Political agency and gender in India. Women, Dalits and subalterns between the nation and its ‘others.. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2010. Paper presented at The Annual meeting of the British Association of South Asian Studies (BASAS), Warwick, United Kingdom.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  25. Political agency and gender in India: Women, Dalits (ex-untouchables) and subalterns between the nation and its ‘others.. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2010. Paper presented at The IIAS Fellow Symposium, Leiden, Netherlands.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  26. Retro-modern India. Forging the low-caste self.. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    New Delhi, London : Routledge, 2010.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewBook

  27. The private and public life of social categories in India: Interrogating the ‘Dalit’. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2010. Paper presented at Mobility or Marginalisation? Dalits in Neoliberal India’, Oxford, United Kingdom.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  28. The private and public life of social categories in India: Interrogating the ‘Dalit’. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2010. Paper presented at The 21st European Conference on Modern South Asian Studies (ECMSAS), Bonn, Germany.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  29. ‘Fairs and counter-fairs’: Colonial and postcolonial India through the exhibition ‘The Empire strikes back: Indian art today’, London Saatchi Gallery, 2010’. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2010. Paper presented at Asian countries as exhibited at World Expositions: Revisited in a global historical perspective, Leiden, Netherlands.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  30. ‘The bourgeois woman and the half-naked one’: Or the Indian nation's contradictions personified’. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    In: Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 4, 2010, p. 785-815.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  31. 2009
  32. Behind the veil. Resistance, women and the everyday in colonial South Asia : Ed. Anindita Ghosh. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    In: Archives, Vol. XXXIV (121), 2009, p. 86-87.

    Publication: ResearchReview

  33. Gendering Indian political modernity: Low-caste women’s political participation in contemporary India. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2009. Paper presented at The Inaugural Seminar for the Nordic Summer University Cluster , Copenhagen, Denmark.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  34. The conditions of politics: Low-caste women and political agency in a northern Indian city. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    In: Feminist Review, Vol. 91, 2009, p. 113-134.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  35. The end of the subaltern? Political agency, representation and post-Dalit scenarios. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2009. Paper presented at Annual meeting of the British Association of South Asian Studies (BASAS), Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  36. 2008
  37. Encountering subversion? Ethnographic sex, Third-world’ (Indian) women, and the genesis of representation. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2008. Paper presented at Annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS), Atlanta, United States.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  38. Femininities and masculinities in Indian politics: Conference report. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    In: Asian Studies Newsletter, Vol. 53, No. 4, 2008, p. 16-17.

    Publication: ResearchJournal article

  39. Islam: What is in a name?. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    Muslim portraits. Everyday lives in India.. ed. / M. Banerjee. Indiana University Press, 2008. p. 1-10.

    Publication: ResearchBook chapter

  40. Political androgynies: Hypothesising de-gendering activism in north India. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2008. Paper presented at Femininities and masculinities in Indian politics, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  41. Retro-modernity: Anthropological reflections on ex-untouchable communities between colonialism and globalisation. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2008. Paper presented at India as an emerging power: Facts, myths and images, Rome, Italy.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  42. The ‘western anthropologist’ unbound: Local identities, scholarly selves and global knowledge production. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2008. Paper presented at European Social Science History Conference, Lissabon, Portugal.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  43. 2007
  44. Encountering subversion? Ethnographic sex, ‘Third-world’ (Indian) women, and the genesis of representation. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2007. Paper presented at 106th Annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), Washington DC, United States.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  45. Ethnohistories behind local and global bazaars: Chronicle of a Chamar weaving community and its disappearance in the Banaras region. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    In: Contributions to Indian Sociology - New Series, Vol. 41, No. 3, 2007, p. 319-352.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  46. The end of the subaltern? Identity politics, self-representation and scholarly dilemmas. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2007. Paper presented at 36th Conference on South Asia, Wisconsin, United States.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  47. Voting is the only freedom I have’: Electoral habitus and the power of the ‘social’ in north India. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2007. Paper presented at Approaching elections in South Asia: Performances, principles and perceptions, Oslo, Norway.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  48. 2006
  49. 'The bourgeois woman and the half-naked one’: Young Dalit men’s politics, the middle-class modern myth and the re-making of gender regimes in a northern Indian village. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2006. Paper presented at Annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS), San Fransisco, United States.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  50. At the margins of feminist politics? Everyday lives of women activists in northern India. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    In: Contemporary South Asia, Vol. 15, No. 4, 2006, p. 437-452 .

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  51. At the margins of feminist politics? Everyday lives of women activists in northern India. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2006. Paper presented at Annual meeting of the British Association of South Asian Studies (BASAS), London, United Kingdom.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  52. In the past we were a bit ‘Chamar’”: Education as a self- and community engineering process in northern India. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    In: Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S.), Vol. 12, 2006, p. 899-916.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  53. Remaking traditional sociality, ephemeral friendships and enduring political alliances: Dalit male youth in rural northern Indian society. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2006. Paper presented at The 19th European Conference on Modern South Asian Studies (ECMSAS), Leiden, Netherlands.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  54. The class of modernity’: State mythologies, chimeras, and the destiny of the anthropologist’s categories in rural north India. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2006. Paper presented at The 105th Annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), San Jose, United States.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  55. “In this modern samay (time)…..”: Postcolonial Dalit male teenage life in village north India’. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2006. Paper presented at 21st Annual South Asia Conference, Center for South Asia Studies, Berkeley, United States.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  56. 2005
  57. 'Caste in question: Identity or hierarchy?’ Dipankar Gupta (ed. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    In: Critique of Anthropology, Vol. 25, No. 4, 2005, p. 433-434.

    Publication: ResearchReview

  58. 'The bourgeois woman and the half-naked one’: Young Dalit men’s politics, the middle-class modern myth and the re-making of gender regimes in a northern Indian village’. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2005. Paper presented at Annual meeting of the South Asian Anthropologists Group (SAAG), Sussex, United Kingdom.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  59. A gendered déjà vu? Low-caste women’s political agency between mimicry and assertion in contemporary urban north India. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2005. Paper presented at 104th Annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), Washington DC, United States.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  60. The conditions of politics: Low-caste women and political agency in a northern Indian city. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2005. Paper presented at Dalit women in politics: agency, careers and trends’ , New Delhi, India.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  61. 2004
  62. Beyond the vote: Interpreting democracy among the Chamars of Northern India. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2004. Paper presented at Global quest for participatory democracy seminar, New Delhi, India.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  63. Political careers of Dalit women in the ‘age of democratisation’: An ethnographic perspective from a northern Indian town. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2004. Paper presented at The 33rd Conference on South Asia, Madison, United States.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  64. 2002
  65. Does education produce better people? The Chamars think so: The value of education in a low-caste community in northern India. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2002. Paper presented at 17th European Conference on Modern South Asian Studies, Heidelberg, Germany.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  66. “We used to live like animals…’: Education and social transformation amongst the Chamars of northern India’. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2002. Paper presented at The Annual meeting of the South Asian Anthropologists Group (SAAG), Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  67. 2001
  68. Beyond the vote: Interpreting democracy amongst the Chamars of Northern India. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2001. Paper presented at The Annual meeting of the South Asian Anthropologists Group (SAAG), London, United Kingdom.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

  69. Re-thinking untouchability: The Chamars speak. / Ciotti, Manuela.

    2001. Paper presented at The 100th Annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), Washington DC, United States.

    Publication: ResearchPaper

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