Publications of Nathaniel Roberts

Journal Article (2)

2016
Journal Article
Roberts, N.: To be cared for book forum: a response from the author. Contemporary South Asia 24 (4), pp. 458 - 461 (2016)
2012
Journal Article
Roberts, N.: Is conversion a ‘colonization of consciousness’? Anthropological Theory 12 (3), pp. 272 - 294 (2012)

Book (1)

2016
Book
Roberts, N.: To be cared for: The power of conversion and foreignness of belonging in an Indian Slum. University of California Press, Oakland, California (2016)

Book Review (5)

2015
Book Review
Roberts, N.: Setting caste back on its feet: [Review of:] Beyond caste: identity and power in South Asia, past and present by Sumit Guha. Anthropology of this century (13) (2015)
2013
Book Review
Roberts, N.: [Review of:] Quack, Johannes: Disenchanting India. Religion and Society 4 (1) (2013)
2012
Book Review
Roberts, N.: [Review of:] Thomas, V.V., Dalit Pentecostalism: Spirituality of the Empowered Poor. Bangalore: Asian Trading Company, 2008. xxv+432pp. Pbk. ISBN: 9788170864577. PentecoStudies 11 (2), pp. 248 - 250 (2012)
2011
Book Review
Roberts, N.: [Review of:] Tamil Oratory and the Dravidian Aesthetic: democratic practice in South India. Bernard Bate. NewYork: Columbia University Press, 2009. xxiv + 263 pp. American ethnologist 38 (2), pp. 379 - 380 (2011)
Book Review
Roberts, N.: [Review of:] The politics of heritage from Madras to Chennai. Mary E. Hancock. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2008. 296 pp. American Anthropologist 113 (1), pp. 175 - 176 (2011)

Contribution to a Collected edition (2)

2017
Contribution to a Collected edition
Roberts, N.: Transformation and the suffering subject: Caste/Class and gender in slum pentecostal discourse. In: Dalit women: Vanguard of an alternative politics in India, pp. 279 - 304 (Eds. Anandhi, S.; Kapadia, K.). Routledge, London (2017)
2015
Contribution to a Collected edition
Roberts, N.: From village to city: Hinduism and the “Hindu caste system”. In: Handbook of religion and the Asian city: Aspiration and urbanization in the twenty-first century, pp. 237 - 253 (Ed. van der Veer, P.). University of California Press, California (2015)
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