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Indian Languages Programme: Position for Research Associate

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Applications are invited for the position of Research Associate at Indian Languages Programme of CSDS for a two year project titled 'English in India: A Study of Power, Culture and Knowledge'. The last date for receiving the application is 23 May 2018. The qualifications and eligibility criteria for the position would be as follows:
 

Positions for Research Associate, Assistant & Field Investigator

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Applications are invited for the positions of Research Associate, Research Assistant and Field Investigator for ICSSR funded Research Project ‘Declining Child Sex ratio and Violence Against Women: Examining Girl-Child Discrimination.

Rationalizing the Prisoner: State Coercion and Modernization in Stalin’s Gulag

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Asif Siddiqi delivered a lecture on ‘Rationalizing the Prisoner: State Coercion and Modernization in Stalin’s Gulag’ on 31 July 2018 at CSDS. The lecture was chaired by Ravi Sundaram. Through an examination of two different aspects of the Soviet Gulag camp system, the cultivation of prisoner inventors and the use of prisoner bodies

Violence and Democracy: UK-India Early Career Research Workshop

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Applications are invited for ‘Violence and Democracy: UK-India Early Career Research Workshop’ to be held between 28-30 November 2018 at CSDS. The last date for receiving the applications closed on 14 September 2018.  This workshop is an interdisciplinary symposium organised by the British Academy in partnership with the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (Delhi) on the theme of violence and democracy.

Can International Relations Survive the Resurgence of Religion?

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Nicholas Adams delivered a lecture on ‘Can International Relations Survive the Resurgence of Religion?’ on 4 October 2018 at CSDS. The lecture was chaired by Siddharth Mallavarapu. The discipline of International Relations has over the last ten years seen a reorientation to the question of religion.

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