Call for 2 Research Assistants

Call for 2 Research Assistants

Andhra Pradesh Foresight Study Job description for Research Assistants for foresight study at RySS (http://apzbnf.in/careers/job-description-for-research-assistants-for-foresight-study-at-ryss/) In the framework of a two-year collective research project (Oct. 2018 – Sept. 2020) between Rythu Sadhikara Samstha (RySS,...

Internship’s proposal – IndiaMilk project

Internship’s proposal – IndiaMilk project

Modelling past and future diets of the Indian livestock (1960-2050): a macro-biophysical approach Context   India has the largest bovine population with 192 million cattle and 108 million buffaloes. It has been the world’s...

Welcome Jean Thomas and Sneha

Welcome Jean Thomas and Sneha

CSH welcomed two new members in September 2018: Jean-Thomas MARTELLI, Head Researcher, Politics & Society Sneha BANERJEE, Post-doc, Politics & Society

Dr. Julien Levesque awarded the ISMM Prize for his thesis

Dr. Julien Levesque awarded the ISMM Prize for his thesis

The Centre de Sciences Humaines congratulates Dr. Julien Levesque, its head researcher for the Politics & Society research area, who received the second prize of the Institut d’études de l’Islam et des Sociétés du...

Marine Aldahdah’s article on mobile phones for maternal health in EPW

Marine Aldahdah’s article on mobile phones for maternal health in EPW

Abstract: In 2016, seven billion people were mobile phone users, thus propelling the mobile phone head of other information and communication technologies (ICTs). Whether it be mobile personal health records or confidential clinical data...

India Inequality Report 2018 Widening Gaps by Himanshu

India Inequality Report 2018 Widening Gaps by Himanshu

In spite of the rising global interest in inequality, emerging economies have not been studied enough, due to the lack of sufficient data and differences in economic and social structures. It is important to...

olivier telle’s article on infectious diseases in the conversation

olivier telle’s article on infectious diseases in the conversation

Abstract: Human societies have seen a significant decrease in mortality from infectious diseases over the past century. However, we must still struggle with ongoing pathologies we once thought were under control (cholera, tuberculosis, plague,...