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Assistant Professor

Qualification : MA (JNU), PhD (submitted) Aberdeen, UK
Specialization (not more than FIVE) :
  • Participatory Governance
  • Urban Politics
  • Development Management
  • Postcolonial Studies
EXPERIENCE :
With an undergraduate training (B.A) in Sociology (Honors) and Geography from 2000-03 at Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, India, I pursued a postgraduate (MA) degree in Sociology at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, India from 2003-05 and then worked for four years (2005-09) in the different grassroots level Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) in diverse verticals like the Disabilities sector, Primary Education, Local Urban Governance, and Micro Finance. Thereafter, he spent a couple of years (2009-11) at IIT Kanpur on a research project dealing with local urban governance in Delhi and was trained in Urban Geography as a Visiting Commonwealth Scholar from 2011-12 at University College London (UCL), UK. Since 2012, I have been working as an Assistant Professor of Development Studies at the Central University of South Bihar, Gaya.

Firstly, my Doctoral research pursued at the University of Aberdeen, UK (2016-21), used visual methods and ethnographic tools to understand as to how in Dalit colonies of Delhi, the setting up of Resident Welfare Associations has facilitated the embeddedness of economic precarity and cultural marginality among subaltern groups. Secondly, I have also supervised over a dozen Masters’ Dissertations look into the implications of Gender, Technology and Urbanization on the (un)making of Critical Development Studies. Thirdly, my teaching expertise, which revolves around four key papers viz., a) Social Entrepreneurship, b) Corporate Social Responsibility, c) Urban Development and Planning and d) NGO Management, also draws heavily from my research exposure. Thus, emanating from my Teaching, Doctoral Research experience and a 4-year stint in the NGO sector across miscellaneous verticals, I have delivered talks and presented papers on various facets of Critical Development studies, in over two dozen universities in India and abroad and have published in reputed journals including the Economic and Political Weekly, Space & Polity and Regional Studies.

    • Publications:

Journal Article(s)

  1. ‘Cultural Marginality or Economic Precarity? Mapping the rise of Topological Brokerage in Postcolonial Urban Spaces’ in the journal Regional Studies (Print ISSN 0034-3404, e-ISSN 1360-0591), H Index 111[Forthcoming]
  2. ‘Urban Subaltern Communities or Re-territorialized Identities? Seeing through Populism in a Dalit neighbourhood in Central Delhi’ in the journal Space and Polity (Print ISSN 1470-1235, e-ISSN 13562576), H Index 32 [Forthcoming]
  3. ‘Is Sanskritization the chronotope of change in Indian Society?’ in the journal IASSI Quarterly: Contributions to Indian Social Science (Print ISSN 0970-906, e-ISSN 0974-018X), H Index 1 [Forthcoming]
  4. ‘(En)gendering Inclusive Development via Social Capital: The Case of Mission Shakti in Odisha’ in the journal The Eastern Anthropologist (Print ISSN 0012-8686), H Index 3 [Forthcoming]
  5. ‘Gully Boy and its Silent Mutinies’, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 54, Issue No. 8, Feb 2019, (Print ISSN 0012-9976, e-ISSN 23498846), H-index 48, https://www.epw.in/engage/article/gully-boy- and-its-silent-mutinies
  6. ‘From Bhagidari to Mohalla Sabhas: When participation trumps governance!’ in the journal Economic and Political Weekly Volume 49 No.14, April 2014, (Print ISSN 0012-9976, e-ISSN 23498846), https://www.epw.in/journal/2014/14/commentary/bhagidari-mohalla-sabhas- delhi.html
  7. ‘Differential Spaces of Globalisation’ in the journal Economic and Political Weekly Volume 47 No.1, December 2011, (Print ISSN 0012-9976, e-ISSN 23498846), https://www.epw.in/journal/2012/01/discussion/differential-spaces-globalised-era.html

Conference Proceeding(s)

  1. ‘The Production of Governmentality in the Postcolonial Megalopolis of Delhi’ presented in the International conference themed ‘Rethinking Urban Inclusion: Spaces, Mobilizations, Interventions’ held at the University of Coimbra, Portugal from 28-30 June 2012 and published in the e-journal CEScontexio Volume No. 2, June 2013, https://www.ces.uc.pt/publicacoes/cescontexto/ficheiros/cescontexto_debates_ii.pdf

Book Review(s)

    1. Partha Chatterjee (2020) I am the People: Reflections on Popular Sovereignty Today in the journal South Asia: Journal of South Asia Studies (Print ISSN 1479-0270; e-ISSN 00856401), H Index 15 [Forthcoming]
    2. Ugo Rossi and Alberto Vanolo (2012) Urban Political Geographies: A Global Perspective in the journal Urban Policy and Research Volume 30(2), (Print ISSN 0811-1146, e-ISSN 1476-7244), H Index 37
    3. Hank Johnston (2011) States and Social Movements in the journal International Sociology Volume 27 No. 6, (Print ISSN 0268-5809; e-ISSN 1461-7242), H Index 53, https://doi.org/10.1177/0268580912452372e
    4. Avijit Pathak (2009) Re-calling the Forgotten: Education and Moral Quest in the journal Asian Journal of Social Science Volume 39 No. 1, (Print ISSN 1568-4849, e-ISSN 1568-5314), H Index 19, https://www.jstor.org/stable/43500543
  • Patent: Nil
  • Book: Nil
  • Awards:
    1. Conference Bursary by The Sociological Review Foundation to participate in the Early Career Researchers Day and the Conference themed ‘(Un)disciplining: Conversations from the Edges’ held at the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, from 17-21 June 2018
    2. Conference Bursary by the Development Studies Association to participate in their Annual Conference 2018 themed ‘Global Inequalities’ held at the University of Manchester from 27-29 June 2018
    3. Graduate Scholar Award at the 2016 International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 02 - 04 August 2016, London organized by Common Ground publishers, USA and held at Imperial College London
    4. Doctoral Scholarship (2016-19) by the Centre for Citizenship, Civil Society and Rule of Law, University of Aberdeen, UK
    5. Conference Travel Grant by the Research Committee 21 (RC21) of the International Sociology Association, the International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (IJURR) and the Foundation for Urban and Regional Studies (FURS) to participate in the Third Summer School on Comparative Urban Studies, held at Humboldt University, Berlin from 17 August 2013 to 03 September 2013
    6. Commonwealth Scholarship for spending a year (2011-12) as a Visiting Researcher at the Department of Geography, University College London (UCL)
    7. Conference Travel Grant by the Frankfurt Research Center for Postcolonial Studies to present a paper in the International Graduate Conference held at the Goethe University, Frankfurt in June 2011
    8. Conference Travel Grant by the Swiss National Fund (SNF) to present a paper in the International Conference held at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich in November 2009
    9. UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) for Lectureship in Sociology twice in December 2005 and June 2006
  • Projects: Nil

Research Interests:

Firstly, my Doctoral research pursued at the University of Aberdeen, UK (2016-21), used visual methods and ethnographic tools to understand as to how in Dalit colonies of Delhi, the setting up of Resident Welfare Associations has facilitated the embeddedness of economic precarity and cultural marginality among subaltern groups. Secondly, I have also supervised over a dozen Masters’ Dissertations look into the implications of Gender, Technology and Urbanization on the (un)making of Critical Development Studies. Thirdly, my teaching expertise, which revolves around four key papers viz., a) Social Entrepreneurship, b) Corporate Social Responsibility, c) Urban Development and Planning and d) NGO Management, also draws heavily from my research exposure. Thus, emanating from my Teaching, Doctoral Research experience and a 4-year stint in the NGO sector across miscellaneous verticals, I have delivered talks and presented papers on various facets of Critical Development studies, in over two dozen universities in India and abroad and have published in reputed journals including the Economic and Political Weekly, Space & Polity and Regional Studies.

Research (in APA Style)

    • Publications:

Journal Article(s)

      1. ‘Cultural Marginality or Economic Precarity? Mapping the rise of Topological Brokerage in Postcolonial Urban Spaces’ in the journal Regional Studies (Print ISSN 0034-3404, e-ISSN 1360-0591), H Index 111[Forthcoming]
      2. ‘Urban Subaltern Communities or Re-territorialized Identities? Seeing through Populism in a Dalit neighbourhood in Central Delhi’ in the journal Space and Polity (Print ISSN 1470-1235, e-ISSN 13562576), H Index 32 [Forthcoming]
      3. ‘Is Sanskritization the chronotope of change in Indian Society?’ in the journal IASSI Quarterly: Contributions to Indian Social Science (Print ISSN 0970-906, e-ISSN 0974-018X), H Index 1 [Forthcoming]
      4. ‘(En)gendering Inclusive Development via Social Capital: The Case of Mission Shakti in Odisha’ in the journal The Eastern Anthropologist (Print ISSN 0012-8686), H Index 3 [Forthcoming]
      5. ‘Gully Boy and its Silent Mutinies’, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 54, Issue No. 8, Feb 2019, (Print ISSN 0012-9976, e-ISSN 23498846), H-index 48, https://www.epw.in/engage/article/gully-boy- and-its-silent-mutinies
      6. ‘From Bhagidari to Mohalla Sabhas: When participation trumps governance!’ in the journal Economic and Political Weekly Volume 49 No.14, April 2014, (Print ISSN 0012-9976, e-ISSN 23498846), https://www.epw.in/journal/2014/14/commentary/bhagidari-mohalla-sabhas- delhi.html
      7. ‘Differential Spaces of Globalisation’ in the journal Economic and Political Weekly Volume 47 No.1, December 2011, (Print ISSN 0012-9976, e-ISSN 23498846), https://www.epw.in/journal/2012/01/discussion/differential-spaces-globalised-era.html

Conference Proceeding(s)

      1. ‘The Production of Governmentality in the Postcolonial Megalopolis of Delhi’ presented in the International conference themed ‘Rethinking Urban Inclusion: Spaces, Mobilizations, Interventions’ held at the University of Coimbra, Portugal from 28-30 June 2012 and published in the e-journal CEScontexio Volume No. 2, June 2013, https://www.ces.uc.pt/publicacoes/cescontexto/ficheiros/cescontexto_debates_ii.pdf

Book Review(s)

    1. Partha Chatterjee (2020) I am the People: Reflections on Popular Sovereignty Today in the journal South Asia: Journal of South Asia Studies (Print ISSN 1479-0270; e-ISSN 00856401), H Index 15 [Forthcoming]
    2. Ugo Rossi and Alberto Vanolo (2012) Urban Political Geographies: A Global Perspective in the journal Urban Policy and Research Volume 30(2), (Print ISSN 0811-1146, e-ISSN 1476-7244), H Index 37
    3. Hank Johnston (2011) States and Social Movements in the journal International Sociology Volume 27 No. 6, (Print ISSN 0268-5809; e-ISSN 1461-7242), H Index 53, https://doi.org/10.1177/0268580912452372e
    4. Avijit Pathak (2009) Re-calling the Forgotten: Education and Moral Quest in the journal Asian Journal of Social Science Volume 39 No. 1, (Print ISSN 1568-4849, e-ISSN 1568-5314), H Index 19, https://www.jstor.org/stable/43500543
  • Patent: Nil
  • Book: Nil