Author: Communication Team

Sarcar Aprajita , 2022. “A demographer’s urban village: Testing demographic transition theory, Delhi 1950-1970” Historical Geography Elsevier , 76, pp 56-67.

Dr. Aprajita Sarcar, a post-doc researcher at CSH, wrote an article entitled “A demographer’s urban village: Testing demographic transition theory, Delhi 1950-1970”. The article has been published in the Journal of Historical Geography Elsevier,...

Henry Odile , Ferry Mathieu, 2022. “Assignation statutaire et valeur sociale des diplômes. Le devenir scolaire et professionnel des élèves d’un Institut indien de technologie au prisme des catégories de réservation” in Gadea, Charles, Lardinois, Roland (dir.), Les Mondes de l’ingénieur en Inde ( XIX -XXI siècle), p. 147-171

Prof. Odile Henry, researcher and director at CSH has co-written a book chapter (p.147-171) with Mathieu Ferry “Assignation statutaire et valeur sociale des diplômes. Le devenir scolaire et professionnel des élèves d’un Institut indien...

Quaiser, Neshat (2022), “Evolving Tradition. Unani Medicine in the Making: Practices and Representations in 21st-century India”, Book Review India, Vol. 46(1)

Prof. Neshat Quaiser, an associate researcher at CSH, wrote a book review “Evolving Tradition. Unani Medicine in the Making: Practices and Representations in 21st-century India“, by Kira Schmidt Stienderoth “, published in The Book...

Quaiser, Neshat (2021), “Epistemic Ashrāfiya- Morality and Urdu Theatre Public Sphere in Nineteenth-Century Bihar: Muslim Internal-Decoloniality”, Explorations, Vol. 5(2)

Prof. Neshat Quaiser, an associate researcher at CSH, wrote an article “Epistemic Ashrāfiya-Morality and Urdu Theatre Public Sphere in Nineteenth-Century Bihar: Muslim Internal-Decoloniality”, published in Exploration, an e-journal of Indian Sociological Society (ISS) on...