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Summer Conference in Economics: Theory meets Empirics

CALL FOR PAPERS

The economics unit of the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences of IIT Delhi is organizing a two-day conference on Economic Theory and Applications, titled “Summer Conference in Economics: Theory meets Empirics’’ during 8th-9th April, 2016. The conference aims to act as a platform where faculty members and PhD students from different institutes could participate, present their works and also engage into academic interaction.

Book Release: Public Sphere from Outside the West

2nd Nov. 2015:
A mutlidisciplinary volume of essays on the public sphere from outside the west edited by Divya Dwivedi and Sanil V. and brought out last month by Bloomsbury Academic UK, the book was launched by Siddharth Varadarajan (Editor of The Wire, former editor of The Hindu) on 2nd Nov. 2015 at the India International Centre Annexe, followed by a panel discussion.

Multiple Publics

The Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi organized a two day workshop on Multiple Publics: Sites, Boundaries and Contestations in India during 9-10 October 2010. The workshop was coordinated by Dr. Sarbeswar Sahoo and Dr. Naveen K. Thayyil. The financial support for the workshop was provided by QIP/CEP (IIT Delhi) and ICSSR (Northern Regional Centre).

Roland Barthes: Today, Here

"Roland Barthes: Today, Here" organized by the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT-Delhi in collaboration with The Institut Francais en Inde
The venue and lunch are restricted to 100 persons, and will be made available on a first come-first serve basis. (Registered attendees: please note that NO ACCOMMODATION or DINNER can be provided)

Day 1: 10 December, 2015

9.30 am: Coffee & Tea

Workshop on Multiple Publics

Multiple Publics: Sites, Boundaries and Contestations in India
Convenors: Dr. Sarbeswar Sahoo & Dr. Naveen K. Thayyil, IIT Delhi
9-10 October 2015 at IRD Conference Hall (7th Floor, Main Building, IITD Campus)

This workshop aims to understand the emergences and multiplicities of competing publics and their role in democratic transformation of Indian society and polity through:

JNU courses from Centre for Women's Studies

The following courses will be on offer at the CWS, JNU in this semester (Monsoon Semester 2015).
Interested students (credit or audit) may contact concerned teachers directly, and discuss course requirements, schedules and so on with them.

MPhil Compulsory Course

Feminist Theory and Social Research (WS 601). Course Instructor: G. Arunima, Wednesday 11-1 and Friday 11-1

(arunima@jnu.ac.in)

MPhil Optional Courses

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