[CSH-IIIT Workshop] Mediated Campaigns and Unmediated Politics in Millennial India

Event Details

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The Centre de Sciences Humaines (CSH) and Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology Delhi (IIIT Delhi) are pleased to invite you to a workshop on:

Mediated Campaigns and Unmediated Politics in Millennial India

A multi–disciplinary workshop on youth and new media turn in politics and policy

convened by

Aasim Khan (IIIT Delhi), Julien Levesque (CSH) and Jean-Thomas Martelli (CSH)

Saturday, 27 April 2019, 9 a.m. onwards

At Centre de Sciences Humaines, Conference Room (ground floor)

2, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Road, New Delhi, 110011


The arrival of smartphones, cheaper data packs and social networking sites is seen to have had a major impact on social and political mobilisations in India. New media and online social networks have also become a ready tool for participation in election campaigns, particularly for the younger ‘millennial’ demographic which has emerged as a beating heart of protest and public policy today. In spite of the widely held notions about youth disaffection and their general disinterest in politics, younger citizens in India have been at the forefront in the use of media in campaigns across various states while at the same time becoming the visible fist of brutalising politics which seems to evade the institutional framework for democracy. This one–day workshop aims to unpack the rise of social media influencers and practitioners as a crucial political intermediary, and explore their role in enabling popular mobilisations, in elections campaigns as well as in the context of public policy.

Detailed programme of the workshop
List of abastracts and biographies of the speakers
Call for paper
Concept note
For registration:

RSVP mentioning your full name to be sent to: neeru  {dot}  gohar  {at}  csh-delhi  {dot}  com

(!) All French diplomatic territories being under protection, registered persons shall not forget their ID proof to be granted access to CSH.

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