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...

[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

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

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...

CSSS Colloquium

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 Chairmen Abstract While most of the...