Dr Kekhrieseno Christina
Associate Professor (HOD)
PhD on ‘Land Relations in an Angami Village’ (Delhi University)
MA (UGC NET) (Delhi University)
I. (2019) “Land Relations in Nagaland: Case Study of a Village”, Nagaland Institute of Development Studies: ISBN 978-81-925168-3-7
I. (2014) “Dynamics of Exclusion in an Egalitarian Society- the case of the Angami Nagas”, Journal on Frontiers Studies Vol 2, Nagaland Institute of Development Studies (NIDS): ISSN 2319-5096
II. (2014) “Conflict Strategies and Solution for Naga Society”, Journal on Frontiers Studies Vol 3, Nagaland Institute of Development Studies (NIDS): ISSN 2319-5096
III. (2011) “Land and Tribal Identity in Contemporary Nagaland: Insights from Micro level studies”, Journal on Frontiers Studies Vol1, Nagaland Institute of Development Studies (NIDS): ISSN 2319-5096
Chapters in books
I. (2015) “Implications of Customary Laws on Angami Naga Women” in Women And Gender: Emerging Voices From North East India, (eds) Temjensosang, Athungo Ovung and A Lanununsang Ao, Heritage Publishing House: ISBN 978-93-80500-10-2
II. (2012) “Taboos and Rice Cultivation” in Taboos, Myths and Legends, (eds) Visakhonu Hibo and R Chumbemo Ngullie, Nagaland Institute of Development Studies
III. (2011) “Education for Social Equality” in Tapestry Visakho Hibo, R Chumbemo Ngullie and N.S.Khaikho (eds), Dimapur: Heritage Publishing House
IV. (2009) “Changing Land Relations and Angami Society”, in Angami Society: At the beginning of the 21st Century, (eds) Kedilezo Kikhi, Alphonsus D’Souza and Visakhonu Hibo, Akansha Publishing House
V. (2009) “Inheritance and Gender Implications with Special Reference to the Southern Angami Group”, in Changing Gender Equation: With Special Reference to Nagaland, (eds) Kedilezo Kikhi and Narola Dangti Kikhi, Akansha Publishing House (2009)
VI. (2002) “Changing Property Rights and Women’s Control over livelihood in Nagaland” in Changing Women’s Status in India: Focus on the Northeast (eds) Walter Fernandes and Sanjay Barbora Guwahati, North Eastern Social Research Centre
VII. (2002) “Customary Laws and the Women’s Development in Nagaland” in Dimensions of Development in Nagaland (eds) C. Joshua Thomas and Gurudas Das, Regency Publications
I. (2019) “Thokhwemi Vahi” at a National Seminar on “Traditional Naga Cuisines”, sponsored by Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya and Nagaland State Commission for Women (NSCW) (2019)
II. (2019) “Dynamics of Hairdo in Naga Society” at a National Seminar on Emerging Badates and Issues in North East India. Organized by the Research Cell in Collaboration with IQAC, Kohima College, Kohima.
III. (2017) “Customary Laws and Land Relations among the Southern Angamis” at a National Seminar on “Re-thinking Naga Customary Laws: A Critical Outlook”, sponsored by The Indian Council of Social Science Research—North East Regional Centre (2017)
IV. (2017) “Customary Law and Property rights of Women with reference to Southern Angamis” at a National Seminar on “Federal Democracy and Ethnic Identity: Challenges and Prospects”, sponsored by The Indian Council of Social Science Research—North East Regional Centre (2017)
V. (2015) “Flows of Taboos: A study of Southern Angami Culture” at a National Seminar, “Orality and Folklore: A look into the Naga Society”, sponsored by the University Grants Commission (2015)
VI. (2011) “Taboos and myths in the Angami Society with special reference to Southern Angami Society” at a National Seminar on “Taboos, Myths and Legends”, sponsored by Indian Council for Social Science Research—North East Regional Centre (2011)
VII. (2008) “Land Relations and Customary Laws of the Angami Nagas of Nagaland” at the National Seminar on “The Tribal Customary Law and the Gender Issue in North East India” organized by the North Eastern Social Research Centre (2008)
|Sl. No.||Topics||Funding Agency||Duration of Project||Status|
|I.||Status of Women in North-East India: A Comparative study of Three Ethnic Groups in North-East India: Aka, Angami and Dimasa||Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Govt. of India||2002||Completed & Unpublished|
|II.||Coping with Social Change in North East India: A Cooperative Study of three Ethnic Groups in Northeast: Aka, Angami and Dimasa||Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Govt. of India||2002||Completed & Unpublished|
PhD on ‘Negotiating Tradition and Modernity: The Life Experiences of Naga Women’ (Ongoing) (Assam university)
MA (UGC NET-JRF) (Gold medallist) (NEHU)
I. (2021) “A Case Study of Ao Nagas of Nagaland on the Issues towards Gender Justice”, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, ISSN: 0144-333X; DOI: 10.1108/IJSSP- 10-2020-0478.
II. (2020) “The Interface between Tradition and Modernity in Naga Society: A Critique from Gender Perspective”, Journal of Human Ecology, Vol. 72(1-3): 284-296: ISSN 0970-9274 (print); ISSN 2456- 6608 (online); DOI: 10.31901/24566608.2020/72.1-3.3289.
Chapters in books:
I. () “Issues to Gender Equality and Justice: The case of Naga Women” in Gender and Women Studies: Interdisciplinary approaches and perspectives, Pp. 177-181: ISBN: 978-81-948854-7-4.
I. (2020) “Issues and Challenges to Gender Inequality in North East India: A Case Study of Ao Nagas of Nagaland” at a National seminar on Gender Sensitization in India’s North East: Issues and Challenges, Organised by Banikanta Kakati Research Institute and Krishna Kanta Handique State Open University.
II. (2019) “Patriarchy: A Key Challenge to Development” at a National Seminar on Development of Women in North East India: Issues, Challenges and the Way Forward, Organised by Department of Sociology, Dhakuakhana College.