A new exhibition of photographs, curated by Dr Indrajit Roy, opens in the Private Dining Room at Wolfson College on Saturday 11 November.
Barbara Harriss-White’s fieldwork on the social relations of a small-town waste economy in South India is finally seeing the light of day: “Formality and informality in an Indian urban waste economy", International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, Vol. 37 Issue: 7/8, pp.417-434,2017
Barbara Harriss-White has a chapter on ‘Science-Policy Interfaces in an Era of Global Commodification’ in a new OUP book edited by Raj Kumar on ‘The Future of Indian Universities’ launched in July 2017 in Rashtrapati Bhavan by Shri Pranab Mukherjee, President of India, and Nobel Prize laureate Pr
The Schools of Interdisciplinary Area Studies and Anthropology and Museum Ethnography are delighted to announce the appointment of Nayanika Mathur as Associate Professor of the Anthropology of South Asia.
Amidst tensions on the Sino-Indian border, the School’s Kate Sullivan de Estrada, together with Nicola Leveringhaus of King’s College London, argues that China perceives an Indian threat in the global nuclear order https://
Dr Kate Sullivan de Estrada will be appearing on Radio 4's 'Start the Week' programme next Monday (22 May).
Barbara Harriss-White’s article summarising her 2015-16 work on small town waste is in the latest India International Centre Quarterly vol 43 nos 3 and 4 on the Contemporary Urban Conundrum edited by Sutata Patel and Omita Goyal.
The Hind 'in situ' language classes which start on Monday October 14th are still available for booking.
Hindi "in situ" is an introduction to the Hindi language for fieldworkers and researchers which offers to provide a basic ability to read, write and speak the language as it is used in everyday life in India.
The Wolfson South Asia Research Cluster will be holding its monthly informal lunch meeting on Wednesday, 9th October, (week 0) at Wolfson. Please join us in hall at 12:45pm. Lunch will be on a pay-yourself basis and anyone with an interest in research on South Asia is very welcome.
Each year, CSASP awards the Barbara Harriss-White Dissertation Award to the writer of the most outstanding dissertation from the MSc in Contemporary India.
This year, the Examinations Board had an extremely hard job to select just one piece and therefore two awards have been made.
Dr George Kunnath's publication Rebels from the Mud Houses: Dalits and the Making fo the Maoist Revolution in Bihar has received an excellent review in the July 2013 edition of the Journal of Agrarian Change.
Information on media coverage of the "India Day at Oxford" which took place at the Randolph Hotel, Oxford on Friday June 14th.
The final symposium of the ESRC-DFID funded project on Technology, Jobs and a Lower Carbon Future - Methods, Substance and ideas for the Informal Economy (the case of rice) took place on 13th-14th June 2013 at the India International Centre, New Delhi, organised by the Inst