Dr. Stéphanie Tawa Lama-Rewal is a research fellow (political science) in the Centre for South Asian Studies (CNRS-EHESS), Paris. She studies the evolving forms of urban democracy in India, with a special interest in the relationship between political participation and political representation.
  • “Public Hearings as Social Performance: Addressing the Courts, Restoring Citizenship”, South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal [Online](forthcoming)
  • “Participation as a Support to Neo-populism? The Case of the Bhagidari Scheme ”, in Karen Coelho, Lalitha Kamath, M. Vijayabaskar (Eds), Participolis, Consent and Contention in Neoliberal Urban India, Delhi, Routledge, pp. 207-221,  2013
  • “Urban Governance and Healthcare Provision in Delhi”, Environment & Urbanization, Vol 23(2): 563–581, October 2011
  • (with Marie-Hélène Zérah), « Urban Democracy: A South Asian Perspective », South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal [Online], 5, 2011
  • “Women’s Right to the City: From Safety to Citizenship?”, in Marie – Hélène Zérah, Véronique Dupont and Stéphanie Tawa Lama-Rewal (Eds) Urban Policies and the Right to the City in India: Rights, Responsibilities and Citizenship, UNESCO, Delhi, 2011, pp.37-45

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