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.
As we move into the final term of the MSc in Contemporary India, and our current students are busy writing their critical theory essays, dissertations and preparing for their final exams, we thought these pictures of last year's graduation might be inspiring!
The EC has now opened the 2017 Call for Proposals for Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowships.
South Asia Day, Trinity Term, 2017
South Asia Research Cluster (SARC), Wolfson College, University of Oxford with the Contemporary South Asia Seminar.
School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies and Department of Politics and International Relations in association with St Antony's College, Oxford
Grade 10a: From £45,562 p.a.
We are seeking to appoint a permanent Associate Professor in the International Relations of South Asia, to be held in the School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies (SIAS) and the Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR), in association with a Non-Tutorial Governing Body Fellowship at St Antony’s College under arrangements described in the further particulars.
The Contemporary South Asian Studies Programme (CSASP) was delighted to welcome back (on the 2nd March) alumnus of the MSc in Conetmporary India, Mr Yash Rajiv Gandhi. Yash graduated in July 2011. Yash was taking part in a Chatham House style event with this year's MSc cohort.
On Tuesday 14 March, the School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies held its first ever careers day, at the Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies in St Antony's College.
CSASP Associate Shapan Adnan publishes paper 'Land grabs and primitive accumulation in deltaic Bangladesh: interactions between neoliberal globalization, state interventions, power relations and peasant resistance'
An article on our current research project, Resources, greenhouse gases, technology and jobs in India's informal economy the case of rice led by Professor Barbara Harriss-White was published recently on Climate News Network.
India’s climate change challenge
2009-10 Alumnus and CSASP Associate Raphael Susewind has recently published his first monograph entitled: Being Muslim and Working for Peace. Ambivalence and Ambiguity in Gujarat. New Delhi: Sage, 2013.
Two student societies, Oxford University Lawyers without Borders and Oxford University Women for Women International, are co-screening “It’s A Girl: The Three Deadliest Words in the World”.
Congratulations to 2008-2009 Alumnus Raghu Karnad, runner up out of 400 entrants to the Bodley Head/Financial Times essay competition.
The University of Oxford is one of 21 centres of postgraduate excellence accredited by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) as a Doctoral Training Centre (DTC).
An anthology of poems in English `Potter’s Sport and other Poems’ written by Anil Kumar Mohapatra was released in England last week.
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This scholarship is open to graduate students who are Indian nationals residing in India and demonstrating exceptional academic merit merit and/or potential, commencing the MSc in Contemporary India. It is anticipated that scholars will return to India on completion of the degree.