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Impact of cultural capital on handloom weaving: an ethnographic study of the weavers of Varanasi City in India2021 Journal of the Indian Anthropological Society 56 (1): 60-76
  • Soumi Dey
  • Tanusree Shaw
H6/KWL [INDIAN-]0019-4387
“India has got it!”: lifestyle migrants constructing “Incredible Indias” in Varanasi and Goa2017 Etnográfica: revista do Centro de Estudos de Antropologia Social 21 (1): 153-73
  • Mari Korpela
H6 [ETNOGRAFICA-]0873-6561in thematic section 'India’s other sites: representations at home and abroad'; Portuguese summary
Rethinking the tourist gaze through the Hindu eyes: the Ganga Arti celebration in Varanasi, India2014 Tourist studies 15 (1): 27-45
  • Cristiana Zara
H6/KD [TOURIST-]1468-7976
Nectar of immortality2011 British Museum magazine (71): 50-2
  • Ainsley Cameron
*H6 [BRITISH MUSEUM SOCIETY. Bulletin]0965-8297
Disparate markets: language, nation, and education in north India2005 American ethnologist 32 (3): 460-78
  • Chaise LaDousa
H6 [AMERICAN-]0094-0496
'Religious cosmopolitanism': the Nepali quarter in Benares, India2004 Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 129 (2): 165-82
  • Martin Gaenszle
H6 'ZEITSCHRIFT-'0044-2666English summary
Mosques, temples, and orientalists: hegemonic imitations in Banaras2003 Traditional dwellings and settlements review 15 (1): 23-37
  • Madhuri Desai
H6 'TRADITIONAL-'1050-2092
Gifts of circumstance2001 Visual anthropology review 17 (1): 68-85
  • David MacDougall
H6 [PROGRAM-]1053-7147review article on 'Making forest bliss: intention, circumstance and chance in nonfiction film. A conversation between Robert Gardner and Ákos Östör' (Cambridge, Massachusetts and London: Harvard Film Archive, 2001)
The art of ethnographic film and the politics of protesting modernity: Robert Gardner's Forest of bliss [(Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ, Carpenter Film Center, 1986); review article of film]1997 Visual anthropology 9 (2): 167-85
  • Jyotsna Kapur