[CSH Seminar #Hybrid] How the tiger became Indian (and why). Ecology, Society and Culture in India, 1972 to 2022 (M. Rangarajan)
The Centre de Sciences Humaines is pleased to invite you to the CSH Hybrid Seminar
The afterlife of land-based resettlement in the times of truncated agrarian transitions: A study of Adivasi conservation refugees in central India
Followed by discussion with Divyabhanu Sinh CHAVDA (Nature conservationist and senior researcher)
Monday, 10 October 2022, from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm IST
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The declaration of the tiger as a national animal in November 1972 and the launch of Project Tiger five months hence were about more than saving an endangered species from eclipse. It marked a shift in perceptions and relationships of state-making and nature as of new ways of renewing legitimacy in a time of drought and agrarian discontent. Half a century hence the tiger for now may be secure in reserves across many states. But the crises then and at other moments offer a window to re-look at relations of power and nature. Most of all, it can help place recent developments in a historical context. An India secure for tigers grapples also with the challenge to the ecological web posed by more extractive economic practice and contested over rights to its forest home
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CSH Seminars are in hybrid mode. We request you to pre-register before Monday, 10 October, 2:00 p.m. IST for both offline and online registration.
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