Photographs from De long en large Ladakh by Jean Mansion - Édition Findakly. Copyright Lise Mansion

Collectif EBHRThe EBHR editorial collective

Is pleased to announce the publication of the first online issue of this journal which is celebrating its thirtieth anniversary ! You will find our usual columns, with an article by Pascal Bouchery on the terminology of the Adi kinship of Arunachal Pradesh and an article by Gérard Toffin on the religious worlds of newar guthis associations.  Tanka Subba launches our column relecture which aims to comment on an article considered important in her field of study, in this case that of the movements of populations from Nepal to northeast India. Samuele Poletti, meanwhile, inaugurates the section photographic essay, developing a reflection on the conversion to Christianity in northwestern Nepal. Finally, this issue affirms our desire to inform on the current state of research thanks to the four abstracts of recently defended theses and the eight book reviews, one of which will lead to a response from the author in the next issue, instilling a welcome debate.

EBHR is a journal carried by the Centre for Himalayan Studies (UPR299 CNRS), the South Asia Institute (University of Heidelberg) and the School of Oriental and Asian Studies (London University). The digital transition was carried out with the support of the MSH de Dijon (UAR3516 CNRS-UBFC/uB) on PREO, its open-access distribution platform.

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