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15 March 2017
La première édition du Prix de thèse sur l'Asie, organisée par le GIS Asie, a attiré une 50-taine de candidatures. Trois prix d'une valeur de 2000€ chacun ont été proposés pour récompenser d...
27 December 2016
This book addresses concerns with the international trade and investment dispute settlement systems from a statist perspective, at a time when multilateralism is deeply questioned by the forces of meg...
 CSH-PSBT Visual Evening Series: Much Ado About Knotting
06 December 2016
Born into a society obsessed with marriage, a young girl, a not-so-young man and an NRI couple are compelled by tradition to look for matches via classifieds, matchmaking bureaus and websites. Confr...
 CSH-PSBT Visual Evening Series : Timbaktu
04 October 2016
Since the 1960s, the intensification of agriculture through industrial inputs (lab-genes, chemical fertilizers, pesticides, fossil-fuelled irrigation...) has deeply changed the global agricultural l...
26 August 2016
The ideals of love, romance, and choice marriages are increasingly associated with city dwellers, and more specifically with the so-called progressive, modern, ‘neoliberal’ middle class. This talk dec...
26 August 2016
Gender, Affect, and Aspirations: Politics of a 'Suitable Match' amongst the Middle Class of Delhi by Dr. Parul Bhandari Centre for Social Sciences and Humanities, New Delhi The ‘neolibe...
10 August 2016
The Constitution of India defines and declares the nation state’s common goal: to secure, to all citizens, justice, social, economic and political, liberty, equality and fraternity. However, serious p...
23 February 2016
Surinder S. Jodhka, Professor of Sociology at the Centre for the Study of Social Systems, JNU and a Senior Fellow at the Centre for Social Sciences and Humanities, published a piece in Tribune India o...
22 January 2016
Our Post Doctorate Fellow, Parul Bhandari, writes about her research in the e-magazine Quartz.The world of the Indian super-rich is shrouded in mystery, especially the lives of the women married to th...
04 November 2015
On 17 June, Prof. Partha Chatterjee, (Columbia University, New York), has presented his views on a Post-Colonial Theory of Democracy. The event was part of the workshop series “Démocraties / Démocra...
20 October 2015
CSSS Colloquium by Prof. Jules NAUDET gives a talk on The Three Worlds of Indian Capitalism Revisiting the Owner/Manager Opposition through an Analysis of the Social Space of Indian Top CEOs and Chair...
Seminar-Disparity,Exclusion,Discrimination
07 August 2015
The Center for Social Sciences and Humanities (CSH) is proud to be credited in the last issue of the journal Seminar on Disparity, Exclusion, Discrimination edited by Prof. Surinder S. Jodhka (CSH) an...
Urban inequality rising far more in India: François Bourguig...
26 May 2015
Published in LiveMint on friday 22/05/2015, interview of François Bourguignon on growing inequality and the challenges it posesFrançois Bourguignon, emeritus professor of economics at the Paris School...
Emopolis : "Emotions and Political Mobilizations in the...
22 May 2015
For the first time, a collective research project based at the CEIAS, ‘Emotions and Political Mobilizations in the Indian Subcontinent’ (EMOPOLIS), held its midterm workshop at the Centre for Social S...
19 May 2015
The CSSH continues its initiative by participating to the international conference on Thursday/Friday 21-22 may 2015 organised by  Jindal Global Law School (JGLS), O.P. Jindal Global University (JG...
Agrimonde-Scenarios and Challenges for Feeding the World in ...
17 March 2015
How will the world be able to feed close to 9 billion people in 2050 and still maintain the ecosystems? In this perspective, INRA and CIRAD launched the initiative, in 2006, to develop a foresight p...
Caste in Contemporary India, by Prof Surinder S Jodhka
13 March 2015
On the 16th december 2014, The Centre for Social Sciences and Humanities (CSH) has held  a book launch and conversation by Prof. dr. Surinder on his book: the Caste in Contemporary IndiaMany in urban ...
Petites villes et décentralisation en Inde
02 March 2015
Cet ouvrage s’intéresse aux effets des lois de décentralisation de 1992 dans des petites villes en Inde. Étant donné l’échec des précédentes politiques, cette réforme a suscité d’importants espoirs de...
26 February 2015
Published in Cybergeo: European Journal of Geography, document 710http://cybergeo.revues.org/26756 Le franchisage est devenu une stratégie courante dans le développement de réseaux commerciaux. A...
23 February 2015
Published in Kafila on February 22, 2015Barely six years into its introduction, the Aadhaar project, otherwise known as the Unique Identification (UID) project has been studied and critiqued extensive...
02 February 2015
Abstract This paper examines the notion of energy transition when implemented by private utilities. In 2000, the Delhi government privatized electricity distribution to three private distribution com...
02 February 2015
Biodiversity and Intellectual Property: Policy Options for Implementing Access and Benefit Sharing in India January 29-30, 2015, National Law University, New Delhi Organized by: Fridtjof Nansen In...
19 January 2015
On 15 January 2015, the Centre for Social Sciences and Humanities organized the screening of the award-winning film The Sky Below, directed by Sarah Singh. Shot on both sides of the Indo-Pak border,...
19 January 2015
The Centre for Social Sciences and Humanities (CSH) and the prestigious Collège de France, one of the leading French international academic institutions, launched the Collège de France Lecture Serie...
19 January 2015
With Judge Peter Tomka, President of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) as a guest of honour, as well as ICJ Judge Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf and Hon’ble Justice Shri Dalveer Bhandari (ICJ) as key ...
Book review by Mujibur Rehman on: 'Dalits and Adivasis ...
17 December 2014
For long, I have realised India’s political economy cannot be explained in conventional sense rooted in Western tradition of analysis of capitalism and socialism. Almost every significant mind of Indi...
16 December 2014
This saturday 13th of december, Parul Bhandari, a postdoctoral fellow at CSH, wrote an article in the Indian Express : Introduction: Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (DDLJ), one of Indian cinema’s most ico...
AJEI,  Scholar Workshop, Call for papers
11 December 2014
In association with the CSHThe “Association Jeunes Etudes Indiennes” (AJEI) is a students’ organization whose members are young researchers coming from various disciplines of the human and social scie...
10 December 2014
Le CSSH a le plaisir de féliciter Joël Cabalion, docteur en sociologie, pour l'obtention des prix suivants pour son mémoire intitulé :  Des existences paysannes au fil de l'eau Le grand b...
01 December 2014
By Paul Salze, Elise Beck, Johnny Douvinet, Marion Amalric, Emmanuel Bonnet, Eric Daudé, Françoise Duraffour et David SheerenIndustrial accidents are a major risk in many countries. Despite this obser...

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