Events calendar 2022

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Monday, 17 January CSH Seminar on “The creation of Hum Do Hamare Do” by Dr. Aprajita Sarcar (Head researcher, CSH), followed by a discussion with Dr. Christophe Guilmoto, Senior Fellow (CEPED/IRD/CSH) from 5 pm to 6.30 pm
Tuesday, 25 January CSH-CPR Urban Workshop on “The Delhi Master Plan of 1962: A Prehistory in Three Chapters” by Sunalini Kumar (Associate Professor, School of Global Affairs, Ambedkar University Delhi) from 3.45 pm to 6 pm
Monday, 31 January CSH Seminar on “Reordering Adivasi Worlds: Representation, Resistance, Memory” by Dr. Sangeeta Dasgupta (Associate professor, JNU), followed by a discussion with Dr. Reeju Ray (Associate Professor, O.P. Jindal Global University) from 5 pm to 6.30 pm
Monday, 14 February CSH Seminar on Among the Ancients: Iqbal and the Problem of Islam’s Inheritance by Prof. Faisal Devji (University of Oxford) from 5 pm to 6.30 pm
Tuesday, 22 February CSH-CPR Urban Workshop on “Changing cooling energy demand patterns in urban households in India” by A. Agarwal & D. Chatterjee from 3.45 pm to 6 pm
Monday, 28 February CSH Seminar on Covid-19 in India. Figuring out how many died by Christophe Guilmoto Senior Fellow (CEPED/IRD/CSH), followed by a discussion with Chinmay Tumbe (IIM Ahmedabad) from 5 pm to 6.30 pm
Monday, 21 March CSH Workshop on “National heritage for the new nation: a post-independence history of the Archaeological Survey of India’s conservation policies” by Laurent Glattli (Humboldt University), followed by a discussion with Hilal Ahmed (CSDS) from 5 pm to 6.30 pm
Tuesday, 22 March Screenings & Debates BARIZ (Paris) le temps des campements – film documentary by Nicolas JAOUL co-organized by CSH & AFD at the Auditorium of Alliance Française de Delhi from 6.30 pm to 8.00 pm
Monday, 28 March CSH Workshop on “Bangles and Christmas balls, from Firozabad to the globalized glass networks” by Arnaud Kaba, followed by a discussion with Shankar Ramaswamy (OP Jindal University) from 5 pm to 6.30 pm
Tuesday, 29 March CSH-CPR Urban Workshop on “Unsafe’ bodies, hostile city: Governing the houseless in India during Covid-19 induced lockdown” by Paroj Banerjee, Ratoola Kundu & Maggie Paul at 3:45 PM
Monday, 4 April CSH Seminar on “Participatory democracy in India: incarnations, transformations, institutionalization?” by Stéphanie Tawa Lama (CNRS, CSH) followed by a discussion with Jean-Thomas Martelli (CSH) from 5 pm to 6.30 pm
Monday, 18 April CSH Workshop on “Inequality of earning opportunity in Indian society by Tista Kundu (CSH) followed by a discussion with Himanshu (JNU, CSH) from 5 pm to 6.30 pm
Thursday, 21- Saturday 23, April AJEI 22nd International  Workshop supported by CSH on “Engaging with categories in South Asia: processes, challenges, and implications
Tuesday, 26 April CSH-CPR Urban Workshop onHow the content of demands shapes government responsiveness: theory and evidence from Mumbai” by Tanu Kumar (Postdoctoral Researcher, William & Mary Global Research Institute) at 6.30 pm onwards
Monday, 2 May CSH Workshop on “Friendship in a society where  kins are kings: sociality, urban transformations and gender inequalities in a small Indian city by Hugo Ribadeau-Dumas (CSH) followed by a discussion with Gopa Samanta (University of Burdwan) from 5 pm to 6.30 pm
Monday, 16 May CSH Seminar on “Mind the Gap: Analysing Inequality in Higher Education in India by Pradeep Chaudhury (JNU) followed by a discussion with Odile Henry and Claire Calvel (CSH) from 5 pm to 6.30 pm
Tuesday, 31 May CSH-CPR Urban Workshop on Examining ‘energy transitions’ in urbanising localities of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh” by Bérénice Girard at 3:45 pm onwards
Monday, 6 June CSH Workshop on “Mobility Capital and COVID-19: Determinants of a differentiated experience in the lockdown-ed Delhi region” by Samuel Benkimoun from 5 pm to 6.30 pm
Monday, 13 June CSH Seminar on Vernacular Urbanism: Memory and Social Segregation in a Deccan city” by Thomas Blom Hansen from 9 am to 10.30 am
Monday, 27 June CSH Seminar on “The long-lasting impact of a failed movement? Sindhi nationalist politics in Pakistan and its cultural work” by Julien Levesque followed by a discussion with Natasha Raheja (Cornell University) from 5.30 pm to 7.00 pm
Tuesday, 28 June CSH-CPR Urban Workshop on “Testing the Waters: Young Women’s Work and Mobile Aspirations in India’s Small Cities” by Mukta Nair (Fellow – CPR) at 3.45 pm onwards
Monday, 4 July CSH Workshop on New laws, new ARTs of doing. Observing the impact of the Assisted Reproductive Technologies and Surrogacy regulation acts ” (2022)” by Caterina Guenzi (EHESS, CSH) from 5 pm to 6.30 pm
Monday, 11 July CSH Seminar on “The sky and the stratosphere: concentrated wealth in India during the lost decade” by Rishabh Kumar (Assistant Prof. of Economics, University of Massachusetts Boston) from 5 pm to 6.30 pm
Tuesday, 26 JulyCSH-CPR Urban Workshop on “ Educational Practices and the Urban Orders at the Margins of the State by Jyoti Dalal & Chetan Anand at 3.45 pm onwards
Monday, 29 AugustCSH-CPR-CSDS Seminar on “Democracy beyond elections: A critical survey” at CPR Delhi for the whole day.
Monday, 12 SeptemberCSH Seminar on “Divorce and Democracy. A History of Personal Law in Post-Independence India” by Saumya Saxena (Legal Historian, University of Cambridge) followed by a discussion with Gautam Bhatia (Legal scholar and lawyer, Freie Universität, Berlin) from 5 pm to 6.30 pm.
Wed, 14 – Friday, 16 Sept 2022 CSH-ICSSR-ESRC-ANR-RCN Conference on “ Challenging Inequalities organised by Professor Nicolas Gravel.
Tuesday, 27 Sept 2022 CSH-CPR Urban Workshop on “Informal Work and Urban Exclusion” by Supriya Roy Chowdhury (Visiting Professor at the National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore) at 3.45 pm onwards
Monday, 10 October CSH Seminar on “How the tiger became Indian (and why). Ecology, Society and Culture in India, 1972 to 2022”, by Mahesh Rangarajan (Environmental Historian, Ashoka University) followed by a discussion with Divyabhanu Sinh Chavda (Nature conservationist and senior researcher from 5 pm to 6.30 pm
Thursday, 20 OctoberTalk by Gisèle Sapiro on “The Unequal Conditions for Ideas to Migrate” at CSH.
Monday, 7 NovemberCSH Seminar on “The afterlife of land-based resettlement in the times of truncated agrarian transitions: A study of Adivasi conservation refugees in central India” by Asmita Kabra (Professor, School of Human Ecology, Ambedkar University of Delhi) followed by a discussion with Joel Cabalion (Sociologist, CSH) from 5 pm to 6.30 pm
Monday, 14 NovemberCSH Workshop by Kiran Bhatty (Doctoral fellow at CSH)
Monday, 12 December CSH Seminar on “Caste, Collective Action and Local Government: Learnings from Bihar” by M. R. Sharan (Economist, University of Maryland) followed by a discussion with Rahul Verma (Political scientist, CPR) from 5 pm to 6.30 pm