Jeune docteure
Irène Majo Garigliano
The Brahmans of the Kāmākhyā temple complex (Assam) : customary rights, relations with pilgrims and administrative power
Gilles Tarabout
Majo Garigliano, I., 2016, Conflicts over power among the Brahmans of the Kāmākhyā Temple (Assam). The 1931-1939 dispute over the position of Dalai (head of the priests), Rivista di Studi Orientali, LXXXIX (1-4) : 77-100.
Majo Garigliano, I., 2016, Compte rendu de: D. Albera et M. Blanchard (éd.), Pellegrini del nuovo millennio. Aspetti economici e politici delle mobilità religiose (Messina, Mesogea, 2015), Journal of ANUAC-Associazione nazionale universitaria degli antropologi culturali, 5 (2) : 207-209.
Majo Garigliano, I., 2017, « "We have seen incredible things!" The Kamakhya Temple Brahmans’ attitude towards possession », 6th French Network for Asian Studies International Conference, Sciences Po, Paris, France.
Majo Garigliano, I., 2017, « "God will slowly go away from here". Vernacular beliefs, nostalgia and the expanding pilgrimage to the Kāmākhyā Temple (Assam) », International Conference "Locating North-East India. Human mobility, resources flows, and spatial linkages", Tezpur University, Assam, India.
Majo Garigliano, I., 2017, « La possessione vista dai posseduti. Riflessioni sulla danza dei Ghora del Tempio di Kāmākhyā (Assam) », AISTHiM founding conference, Naples University L’Orientale. Procida, Italy.
Majo Garigliano, I., 2017, « "A very naughty place!" Frightening visions of Assam and the Kāmākhyā Temple" », Anthropology of fright. Perspectives from Asia, Aarhus University, Denmark.
Majo Garigliano, I., 2016, « Conflits pour le pouvoir parmi les Brahmanes du Temple de Kāmākhyā (Assam). Le litige du 1931 et la charge de Dalai (chef des prêtres) », CEH, Villejuif, France.
Majo Garigliano, I., 2016, « A dispute between "tradition" and "democracy". What is behind it? Exploring an eighteen-year lawsuit between two groups of servants of the Kamakhya temple complex (India) », "Footprints and futures: the time of anthropology", Annual Conference of ASA-Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth, University of Durham, UK.
Majo Garigliano, I., 2016, « Moving from the Centre to the Peripheries. Rights-holder and Outsider Brahmans at the Kāmākhyā Temple Complex », poster session, 6th Ethnography & Qualitative Research Conference, Bergamo University, Italy.
Majo Garigliano, I., 2016, « "Being Bardeuris, we should have a pujārī from our family". Hereditary rights and training for the rituals among the Brahmans of the Kāmākhyā Temple (Assam) », 24th ECSAS-European Conference on South Asian Studies, University of Warsaw, Poland.
Majo Garigliano, I., 2016, « Drinking blood, dancing on swords. What a deity can do and a human cannot », International conference "Wild or Domesticated – Uncanny in Historical and Contemporary Perspective to Mind", The House of Science and Letters, Helsinki, Finland.
Majo Garigliano, I., 2014, « What does it mean to be a tāntrika pujārī? On the diverging opinions regarding the three levels of initiation at the Kāmākhyā temple complex (Assam) », journée d’étude, SAI, Department of Indology, Heidelberg University, Germany.
Majo Garigliano, I., 2014, « Centres-marges. Les Brahmanes actives au complexe de temple de Kāmākhyā: hierarchies, droits et activités », journée d’étude, CEH, Villejuif, France.
Majo Garigliano, I., 2013, « "We fight for our customary rights!" Affirmations identitaires et mobilisation politique du ‘passé’ chez les Bardeuris du Temple de Kāmākhyā (Assam) », journée d’étude, LESC, Nanterre.
Majo Garigliano, I., 2013, « Ghoras. Dancing Gods », International Congress "Documenting through Film in Social Sciences Research", Institut Français de Pondichéry and Pondicherry University.
Majo Garigliano, I., 2013, « Ghoras. Dancing Gods », Workshop, EFEO, Pondicherry, India.
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