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Mary Chatterjee is a Social Anthropologist who has worked on ethnicity, religion, caste and gender in North India. Her current work is on British students who studied at Indian Universities in the 1960s and later.
Her publications include:
2008 ed (with Nile Green) Religion, Language and Power, Routledge: New York.
1981 Reversible Sex Roles: the special case of Banaras Sweepers.
1994 ed (with U. Sharma), Contextualising Caste, Oxford: Blackwells.
2005 [2000)]'"World Religions" and "Ethnic Groups": Do these Paradigms Lend Themselves to the Cause of Hindu Nationalism' in Defining Hinduism, ed. J.E. Llewellyn.