MPhil Development Practice Student PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS:

International conferences

Ahuja, Himalaya and Swati Mohana Krishnan, “Marketplace to Place in Markets: Insights from Weekly Markets in Delhi.” at 3rd International Graduate Seminar titled Fostering Change: Public Policies Impacting State, Markets and Society. Held at Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Hyderabad, March, 16-18, 2017.

Ahuja, Himalaya. “The Road Not Taken: Politics of Infrastructure Poverty in Rural India” at 2018 Salzburg Conference in Interdisciplinary Poverty Research titled Space and Poverty. Held at Centre for Ethics and Poverty Research – University of Salzburg, Salzburg, September 13-14, 2018.

Bisht, G. “An Education in Inclusion” to be presented at the 5th International Conference on Inclusive Education, New Delhi. November 28, 2018.

Chitranshi, Bhavya. “Transforming the Political – Politicizing Transformation Beyond Developmentalism” at the 12th Conference of the European Sociological Association on Differences, Inequalities and Sociological Imagination. Sponsored by The City of Prague and Routledge –Taylor & Francis Group at Czech Technical University, Prague. August 25–28, 2015. PDF

Chitranshi, B. “Culturalizing Transformation: Reimagining Futures”. International Conference on Fearful Futures: Cultural Studies and the Question of Agency in the Twenty-First Century. Organized by The IAFOR International Conference on Global Studies (GLOBAL). To be held at Barcelona, Spain (July 13th – July 15th, 2018).

Chitranshi, Bhavya. “Living (in) Singleness: Darkness, Deadness and Screams of Silence” at the Fifth International Psychoanalytic Conference titled Psychoanalytic Explorations of Darkness in Culture and Clinic: An Indo-Italian Conversation. Organized by Centre of Psychotherapy and Clinical Research and School of Human Studies, Ambedkar University, Delhi in collaboration with the Italian Psychoanalytic Society held at India International Centre, New Delhi. January 12-15, 2018.

Chitranshi, Bhavya. “Desiring Transformation: Transforming Desire” at the conference on Aesthetics and the Political in Contemporary India: Deleuzian Explorations. Organized by Deleuze and Guattari Studies in India Collective at Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. February 16-17, 2017. PDF

Gaind, Arpit. “On becoming Ho: Not just a film” at the Deleuze and Guattari International Camp and Conference titled Contemporary Communication Cultures, Controls and Becomings, University of Madras in Chennai. February 14-17, 2018. PDF

Gaind, Arpit. “On Becoming Ho: It’s not just a film” at the The Ninth International Conference on The Image at the Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong. November 3-4, 2018.

Gupta, Sohail. “Cultivating Ethics: Preliminary Thoughts on Conversion and Caste” at the Deleuze and Guattari International Camp and Conference titled Contemporary Communication Cultures, Controls and Becomings. Held at the University of Madras, Chennai. February 14-17, 2018.

Khanna, Nikita. “The body in dehaat: a theatrical becoming – From applied philosophy to practical philosophy” at the Deleuze and Guattari International Camp and Conference held in Chennai titled Contemporary Communication Cultures, Controls and Becomings. Organized by University of Madras in Chennai. February 14-17, 2018. PDF

Kriti, Swarnima. “Deconstructing Theory-Practice: Re-thinking Methodology” presented at 4th World Women Studies Conference, Sri Lanka. May 3-5, 2018. PDF

Kumari, Sanjana. “Beyond ‘development’ through (the) silence(d): From young to wrinkled, from growth to care” at the Pre-modern Workshop Multi-disciplinary Spring Conference themed Breaking the Eurocentric Model in the Humanities. Held at the University of Minnesota, Twin cities campus. Minneapolis. USA. April 13-14, 2018.

Kumari, Sanjana. “Coming together in abandonment, abuse, illness and death: Towards generating a philosophy of care-practice beyond ‘development’ with the wrinkled” at International Conference on Rethinking Development in South Asia. Held at the University of Chittagong. Chittagong. Bangladesh. October 7-8, 2018.

Kumari, Sanjana. “Working towards alternative to ‘development’ with the (abandoned) wrinkled: Coming together in abuse, illness and death” at Collaborative Action Research Network (CARN)  Conference themed Voicing and Valuing: Daring and Doing. Held at Manchester. UK. October 25-27, 2018. Presented via Skype on October 26, 2018.

Mishra, Arunima. “Law at the Cusp of Interspecies” at (Un)Common Worlds: Human Animal Studies Conference held at Turku, Finland. August 2018.

Pandey, Deepika. “Towards Aloneness: Collectivising in an Adivasi context” at the 6th Deleuze and Guattari Studies in Asia International conference. Organized by Philosophical association of Philippines. July 2-7, 2018. PDF

Pandey, Deepika. “Towards Aloneness: Collectivising in an Adivasi context” at the Deleuze and Guattari International Camp and Conference titled Contemporary Communication Cultures, Controls and Becomings’. Held at the University of Madras, Chennai. February 14-17, 2018.

Prateek. “Rethinking politics: from guarantees to ambivalence” at the 6th Deleuze and Guattari Studies in Asia International conference. Organized by Philosophical association of Philippines. July 2-7, 2018.

Prateek. “Transactions between personal and political: protest against nasha in an adivasi village” at the Deleuze and Guattari International Camp and Conference titled Contemporary Communication Cultures, Controls and Becomings’. Held at the University of Madras, Chennai. February 14-17, 2018.

Narayanan, Neha. “Gendered Reconstruction of Language: An Action Research to Transcend Space” at Collaborative Action Research Network (CARN) Conference themed Voicing and Valuing: Daring and Doing. Held at Manchester. UK. October 25-27, 2018.

Raju, Roshan. “Ecology, Cotton and the Agriculture” at Collaborative Action Research Network (CARN) Conference themed Voicing and Valuing: Daring and Doing. Held at Manchester. UK. October 25-27, 2018. Presented via Skype on October 26, 2018.

Seal, Arunopol. “Common Hosts Uncommon Guests: Looking beyond the economically important inter-species relations in the forests of North Bastar at The Uncommon Worlds: Human-Animal Studies Conference, Finnish Society for Human and Animal Studies, University of Turku, Finland. 6-9 August 2018. PDF

Sinha, Anubha. “Rethinking Violence, Understanding Domesticity” at the 4th World Conference on Women’s Studies, Colombo, Sri Lanka. May 3-5, 2018.


 National Conferences

 Ahuja, Himalaya and Swati Mohana Krishnan, “Markets as Local Spaces” at Niti Samvaad- the annual academic conference of Department of Public Policy. Held at St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai, January 4, 2017.

Ahuja, Himalaya. “Politics of Infrastructure in Rural Madhya Pradesh” at 1st Inter-Disciplinary Student Workshop on Development Studies. Held at OP Jindal Global University, Sonipat, March 3, 2018.

Chitranshi, Bhavya. “From Development Practice to Transformative Praxis” at the Symposium on Transformation for Rural Development: Collaboration and Co-production of Knowledge. Organized by Virtual Hub for Rural Transformation at the India International Centre, Delhi. April 19–22, 2016. PDF

Chitranshi, Bhavya. “Single Beings and Collective Becomings: Reflections from Eka Nari Sanghathan” at the conference on Praxis, Politics and Possibilities. Organized by Sappho for Equality at Jadavpur University, Kolkata. September15-17, 2017.

Chitranshi, Bhavya. 2018. “Eka Nari Sanghathan: Towards a collective journey of transformation” presented at the Workshop on Collaborative Knowledge Creation: Interrogating Processes and Patterns. Mumbai (February 26-27, 2018).

Chitranshi, B. (2018). “Rethinking Gender Exclusions: Between Practice of Poverty and Poverty of Practice”. Presented at the National Seminar on Poverty and Social Exclusion: A Life Course Perspective. Organized by TERI School of Advanced Studies, Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA) and Lokashraya Foundation. Held at IIPA, Delhi (April 12-13, 2018).

Dhar, A., 2015. “Action Research: Writing on Righting Wrongs” paper presented at Symposium on Research and education for rural development and food security to build resilient rural environments: Australian and Indian perspectives. Organized by Virtual Hub for Rural Transformation at the India International Centre, Delhi. 2015.

Bisht, G., Mishra, B., & Gaind, A. “Hum Tum and Transformation- The Dynamics of Self and the Other” at Symposium titled ‘Transformation for Rural Development’, Organised by PRADAN, Charles Stuart University and Centre for Development Practice in Delhi. April 19-22, 2016.

Khanna, Nikita. “Writing as transformative: Dehaati Scripting” at the Reflections on Writing Conference organised by Ashoka University in Sonepat, Haryana. March 27-28, 2018. PDF

Kriti, Swarnima. “Co-Learning Gender – Finding Possibilities of Co-Performance in Madrapoti” at the CORO workshop titled Collabotative Knowledge Creation: Processes and Patterns held at Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. February 26-27, 2018. PDF

Mishra, Bishakha; Shikha, Shashi. “Immersive Research: Building a Perspective towards the process of Relating-Knowing-Doing” at the CORO workshop titled Collabotative Knowledge Creation: Processes and Patterns held at Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. February 26-27, 2018

Mishra, Arunima. “Health and Nutrition: A Dialogue between Adivasi World View and Modern Medicine” at International Conference of Indigenous People, Human Security and Sustainable Development titled Emerging Challenges in the present Global Context held at Barasat University, Kolkata. January 19-21, 2018.

Mishra, Arunima. “Rethinking Health: From Jaadu Tona to Health, An Account of Tribal Health Practices in Dindori, Madhya Pradesh” at Samwaad- A Tribal Conclave organised by Tata Steel held at Jamshedpur. November 19-22, 2016.

Mishra, Arunima. “Transformation In Health: Transformation in Development” at 2nd Symposium on Transformation for Rural Development. Organised by PRADAN, Charles Stuart University and Centre for Development Practice held at India international Centre Delhi. April 19-22, 2016.

Prateek. “Niti Samvad, Rethinking politics: from guarantees to ambivalence” at St. Xavier’s college, Mumbai. 2018.

Rose, Anushka. Lives in Disagreements: Acknowledging dissensus amongst the people of Kuraili at the National Queer Conference: Praxis, Politics, Possibilities, Sappho for Equality, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India. 15- 17 September 2017. PDF

Sinha, Anubha. “(En) Gendering Care: Intimacy bridging the sexual difference” at the National Queer Conference: Praxis, Politics, Possibilities, Sappho for Equality, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India. 15-17 September 2017.


Publications

 Sections in Edited Volumes, Journal and other Articles

Chitranshi, Bhavya, 2016, “Singleness and the Sanghathan” in CUSP: Journal of studies in Culture, Subjectivity, Psyche. Vol. 1 No. 2, 75-100. ISSN: 2455-152X. PDF

Chitranshi, Bhavya. 2016, “The Living Dead (Las MuertasVivientes)” in Eds. David Pavon-Cuéllar and Nadir Lara Junior. From Death Drive to StateRepression:Marxism, Psychoanalysis and the Structural Violence of Capitalism (De lapulsión de muertea la represión de Estado: marxismo y psicoanálisis ante laviolenciaestructuraldelcapitalism). Porrúa and Umsnh: Mexico, 59-77. ISBN: 978-607-09- 2376-0 (co-authored). PDF

Chitranshi, Bhavya. 2017, “The Living Dead (As Mortas-Vivas)”. Eds. David Pavon-Cuéllar and Nadir Lara Junior. From Death Drive to StateRepression:Marxism, Psychoanalysis and the Structural Violence of Capitalism(Psicanalise E Marxismo: as violenciasem tempos de capitalism). Appris: Brazil, 81-104. ISBN: 978-85-473-0862-9 (co-authored).

Chitranshi, Bhavya. Forthcoming. “What if, the ‘rural’ is the future; and not the past?”. Ed. Santosh K. Singh. Contemporary Village Studies. Orient Blackswan: Hyderabad, India (co-authored).

Chitranshi, Bhavya. 2018 (forthcoming). “Beyond Development: Post-capitalist and feminist praxis in adivasi contexts”. Ed. Elise Klein & Carlos Eduardo Morreo. Post-Development in Practice. Routledge.

Chitranshi, Bhavya, 2016. “Transforming the Political: Politicizing Transformation – Eka Nari Sanghathan in Emaliguda, Odisha”. Centre for Development Practice, AmbedkarUniversityDelhi: New Delhi. 1-80.

Chitranshi, Bhavya. 2018. “Eka Nari Sanghathan: A Journey Towards Affective Becoming” in CUSP: Journal of Studies in Culture, Subjectivity, Psyche. Forthcoming.

Chitranshi, Bhavya, 2018, “The story retold: Singleness and the Sanghathan”. In News Reach. National Resource Centre for Rural Livelihoods, PRADAN.

Gaind, A. (2018). Becoming a ‘Ho’. NewsReach. Jan-Feb, Article No. 3, 18(1), pp.23-28. PDF

Khanna, Nikita. “Engendering the informal economy: A case of double informality”. In Sustainable Development of Women, edited by S. Tikoo, 154-167. Delhi: Mark Books, 2. PDF

Kriti, Swarnima. What Lies Behind: Madai in Bastar, Chhattisgarh in Madai of Chhattisgarh.

https://www.sahapedia.org/what-lies-behind-madai-bastar-chhattisgarh

Kriti, Swarnima. Bastaria Dussehra: A Coming Together of Dieties in Bastar Dussehra.

https://www.sahapedia.org/bastaria-dussehra-coming-together-of-deities

Rose, Anushka. Dancing with the Deos: The Pen Madais of Bastar in Madai of Chhattisgarh. https://www.sahapedia.org/dancing-the-deos-the-pen-madais-of-bastar

Rose, Anushka. The Sugarcane Harvesters of South Gujarat. https://thewire.in/labour/south-gujarat-sugarcane-harvest-bonded-labour

Rose, Anushka. Sugarcane Harvesters in South Gujarat are Trapped in Bondage, one Generation after Another. https://www.newsclick.in/sugarcane-harvesters-south-gujarat-are-trapped-bondage-one-generation-after-another

Seal, Arunopol. “Truck, Barter and Exchange: Moments of Transition in the Madais of Gondwana in Madai of Chhattisgarh. https://www.sahapedia.org/truck-barter-and-exchange-moments-of-transition-the-madais-of-gondwana

Seal, Arunopol & Rose, Anushka. Doli, Dang and Danteshwari of Geedam in Madai of Chhattisgarh https://www.sahapedia.org/doli-dang-and-danteshwari-of-geedam

Sinha, Anubha. Nacha: Dancing Troupes of Madais in Madai of Chhattisgarh. https://www.sahapedia.org/nacha-dancing-troupes-of-madais

Vijeta. Celebration of ‘labouring’: The Agricultural Festivals of Hareli and Pola in Monsoon Festivals of Chhattisgarh. https://www.sahapedia.org/celebration-of-labouring-the-agricultural-festivals-of-hareli-and-pola


 Conference Proceedings

Chitranshi, Bhavya. (2015). Transforming the political – politicizing transformation: beyond

developmentalism. Web-published at <http://www.csu.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0018/1450170/Transforming-the-political Bhavya-Chitranshi.pdf> as part of Symposium on Research and Education for Rural Development and Food Security to build Resilient Rural Environments: Australian and Indian perspectives. Organized by Charles Stuart University, Australia, Ambedkar University, Delhi and PRADAN, India (http://www.csu.edu.au/research/grahamcentre/international/australia-india-project). HeldatIndia International Centre, Delhi (April 20- April 22, 2015).

Chitranshi, Bhavya. (Forthcoming).Eka Nari Sanghathan: Towards a collective journey of transformation. Presented at the workshop on Collaborative Knowledge Creation: Interrogating Processes and Patterns”. Organised by CORO & Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai. Held at TISS, Mumbai. February 26-27, 2018.

Chitranshi, B. (2018). Rethinking Gender Exclusions: Between Practice of Poverty and Poverty of Practice. Presented at the National Seminar on Poverty and Social Exclusion: A Life Course Perspective. Organized by TERI School of Advanced Studies, Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA) and Lokashraya Foundation. Held at IIPA, Delhi (April 12th – April 13th, 2018).

Acharya Namrata; Mishra, Bishakha; Shikha, Shashi, 2016, “Beyond economic empowerment: Alternative imaginations of well-being and social justice in the rural”. Web published at <http://www.csu.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0018/1450170/Beyondeconomic empowerment.pdf> as part of Symposium on Research and Education for Rural Development and Food Security to build Resilient Rural Environments: Australian and Indian perspectives. Organized by Charles Stuart University, Australia, Ambedkar University, Delhi and PRADAN, India (http://www.csu.edu.au/research/grahamcentre/international/australia-india-project).
Held at India International Centre, Delhi.

Publications by CDP Faculty: 

  1. Dhar, Anup. 2018. “Melancholy Philosophy: Polis-Praxis-Phronesis and the Slave’s Know-How” in Abandonment and Abjection: Melancholy in Philosophy and Art. Ed. Satya Brata Das. Aakar Books: New Delhi https://www.amazon.in/Abjection-Abandonment-Melancholy-Philosophy-Art/dp/9350025388.
  2. Dhar, Anup. 2018. “What if the University is a Parrot’s Training” in The University Unthought: Notes for a Future. Debaditya Bhattacharya. Routledge: New York and London https://www.routledge.com/The-University-Unthought-Notes-for-a-Future/Bhattacharya/p/book/9781138067325.