2017 Agropolis Fondation Louis Malassis International Scientific Prize for Agriculture and Food

2017 Agropolis Fondation Louis Malassis International Scientific Prize for Agriculture and Food

The CSH is proud to announce that Dr. Bina Agarwal, a regular collaborator of the CSH, is one of the four winners of the 2017 Agropolis Fondation Louis Malassis International Scientific Prize for Agriculture...

Prix de thèse du GIS Asie 2016

Prix de thèse du GIS Asie 2016

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 des travaux portant...

[Screening] CSH-PSBT Visual Evening Series: Much Ado About Knotting

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. Confronted with innumerable...

[Screeining] CSH-PSBT Visual Evening Series : Timbaktu

Since the 1960s, the intensification of agriculture through industrial inputs (lab-genes, chemical fertilizers, pesticides, fossil-fuelled irrigation…) has deeply changed the global agricultural landscape. The production of some commodities has tremendously increased and fulfills a...

[Workshop] CSH-CPR urban workshop on “The Urban Landscape of Love and Marriage: A Study of the Middle Class in Delhi”, by Parul Bhandari

[Workshop] CSH-CPR urban workshop on “The Urban Landscape of Love and Marriage: A Study of the Middle Class in Delhi”, by Parul Bhandari

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 deconstructs and unpacks these categories and ideals,...

Gender, Affect, and Aspirations: Politics of a ‘Suitable Match’ amongst the Middle Class of Delhi

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 ‘neoliberal’ middle class has garnered much attention both in scholarship and popular culture. An aspect of their life-choices that certainly seems...

[CSH-PSBT Screening] All Rise for Your Honour by Sumit Khanna

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 problems beset the judicial system, making...

JNU/CSH – Surinder S Jodhka – Publication in Tribune of India

JNU/CSH – Surinder S Jodhka – Publication in Tribune of India

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...

Inside India’s elite kitty parties

Inside India’s elite kitty parties

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 the country’s business...