K. Asenliu Newmai
Department of History
Profile of the Teaching Faculty
Teaching Academic Experiences:
Conference (Papers presented/published)
Asenliu. (18th-19th March, 2019). Multicultural India & Social Media: Analyzing the idea of political activism within North East India’s student fraternity. National Young Researchers’ Conference. New Delhi: SLL-CSI, JNU.
Asenliu. (2019). Social Media & Identity Politics: Analyzing the Zeliangrong kindred tribe in North East India. Histories of Media and Performance: The Political, The Cultural, and the Depp Posts. Hyderabad: Sarojini Naidu School of Arts and Communication, University of Hyderabad, India.
Asenliu. (2018). Northeastern Diaspora and the Racial Discrimination Issues in Delhi. ICSSR sponsored national seminar on Historical development in North East India: Trends and Perspective. Kohima, Nagaland: Department of History, DonBosco College.
Asenliu. (2017). Folklore narrative and acculturation politics: Analyzing the Liangmai Naga tribe in North East India. Seminar on Ethnography, Historiography & North East India. Imphal: Department of History, Manipur University, in collaboration with The Asiatic Society, Kokatta.
Asenlu. (2017). Indigenous Faith and Christianity: Conflict of Interests amongst the Zeliangrong kindred tribe in North East India. International Conference on The Politics of Differnce: Relocating Subalternity/Marginality. Diphu, Assam: Department of History, Assam University, Diphu Campus.
Asenliu. (2016). Analyzing the Zeliangrong Kindred Identity through Oral Narratives and Literary Sources. International Seminar on Anthropological Research in North East India: Retrospect and Prospect. Imphal, Manipur: Department of Anthropology, Manipur University.
Asenliu. (2016). Print Media and Identity Politics: Critical analysis on anti-Racism protests and Centenary celebration of National freedom fighter Rani Gaidinliu at Delhi city by North East India’s diaspora. National Seminar on State, Development and Geopolitics in North East India: Engaging The Comtemporary Realities. Moirang: Department of Geography, Moirang College, Manipur University and Centre fo Alternative Discourse, Manipur.
Asenliu. (2012). Indigenous Religion, Rituals and Traditions: A study of Tingkao Ragwang Chapriak of Rongmei tribe in Manipur. National Seminar on Issues and Challenges in Tribal Areas. Hyderabad, Telangana: Department of Anthropology, University of Hyderabad.
Popular Article/Newspapers Contributions
Asenliu. (2016, 2nd August). History and supernatural phenomenon of Makhan village. Imphal, Manipur, India: The Sanghai Express.
Asenliu. (2016, June 24). Print media and political activism. Imphal, Manipur, India: The Sangai Express.