Event Archive

Report ‘Democracy in India: A Citizens' Perspective’

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The Report ‘Democracy in India: A Citizens' Perspective’ was released by Lokniti, CSDS on 6 August 2015 at India International Centre, New Delhi. The preliminary findings of the report was presented by Sandeep Shastri, National Convener of the Lokniti network. The discussants were Pratap Bhanu Mehta, President and Chief Executive, Centre for Policy Research and Neerja Chowdhury, Senior Journalist.

Juxtapositions: Re-envisioning the Indian Labour Diaspora

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'Juxtapositions' is an innovative photographic exhibition relating the History of Indian Labour Migration in the Indian Ocean. The exhibition juxtaposes traditional depictions of the colonial Indian diaspora with material from project research that counters traditional narratives, and also features stunning art prints composed from 19th century portraits of Indian labour migrants.

Reimagining the Past

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A Panel discussion on ‘Reimagining the Past: Conceptual and Methodological Issues’ was held on 7 August 2015 at CSDS. The panelist included Patrick Olivelle, Timothy Lubin,  Mark Richard McClish, Shail Mayaram and Rajeev Bhargava. Patrick Olivelle  is Professor Emeritus of Sanskrit, University of Texas, USA.

Critical Studies in Politics: Book discussion

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A book discussion on Critical Studies in Politics: Exploring Sites, Selves, Power  (Edited by Nivedita Menon, Aditya Nigam and Sanjay Palshikar) was held on 8 August 2014 at CSDS. The discussants were Sudipta Kaviraj, Sanjay Palshikar and Rajshree Chandra.

CSDS Brochure (click on the banner to download)

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The Centre for the Study of Developing Societies released its new brochure in 2013 which is a comprehensive record of CSDS. When we look back over the last 50 years, we can identify significant moments in the history of CSDS. In the 1960s, the Centre was part of the prevalent concern with the modernization agenda, but it was unusual in its bid to explore the possibilities of change on the basis of detailed empirical research into politics and political behaviour.

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