HIMALAYA: JOURNAL OF THE ANHS
PRINT ISSN: 1935-2212
HIMALAYA is a biannual, open access, peer-reviewed journal published by the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies.
Interdisciplinary and trans-regional in scope, HIMALAYA covers all aspects of Himalayan studies, including the humanities and creative arts.
HIMALAYA publishes original research articles, short field reports, book and film reviews, reports on meetings and conferences, alongside literature and photo essays from the region.
Celebrating 50 years in 2022, HIMALAYA is the continuation of the Himalayan Research Bulletin (1981–2003) and the Nepal Studies Association Newsletter (1972–1980).
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Dr. Jeevan Sharma
Dr. Sharma is a Senior Lecturer in South Asia and International Development at the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Edinburgh. He is as an executive committee member of the Britain Nepal Academic Council and the British Association of South Asian Studies. He is also sub-editor of South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies. Trained in Nepal, India and the UK, and having worked and collaborated with academic institutions in Nepal, India, the U.S. and the UK, Dr. Sharma brings deep networks and grounded experience of working in different institutional cultures and contexts.
Dr. Michael Heneise
Dr. Heneise is Associate Professor in the Department of Archaeology, History, Religious Studies and Theology at UiT – The Arctic University of Norway, and Director of the Kohima Institute, where he coordinates research teams working in health, ecology, and indigenous knowledge in the Eastern Himalayas. Inspired by Open Access publishing while a doctoral student at Edinburgh University, he founded The South Asianist (journal and blog) published by the Centre for South Asian Studies, and co-founded The Highlander: Journal of Highland Asia. He has focused his editing and publishing efforts on developing student editorial teams, and on expanding networks and collaborations, most notably with the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), Kyoto University, Jawaharlal Nehru University, and the British Association of South Asian Studies.