Violence Against Muslims in India: A Grassroots Exploration
December 5, 2022
In the latest issue of India in Transition, journalist Fatima Khan examines how violence against Muslims played out in two different parts of India in varying immediate contexts—the common thread being the gnawing sense of having your rights as a citizen attacked on all fronts.
CASI in the News
CASI Postdoctoral Research Fellow Sarath Pillai published "How the Princely States, Used by Britain to Consolidate its Empire, Faded into Obscurity" in the November 24, 2022 issue of Scroll.in.
CASI Welcomes New UPIASI Fellow
Ranjini Basu is the new Garware Post-Doctoral Fellow at UPIASI and a CASI Non-Resident Visiting Scholar. Her research interests include agrarian studies, peasant movements, rural transformations, and food governance. As part of the fellowship, she will be studying contemporary agrarian politics and ecological concerns in rural North India.
December 1, 2022: CASI Seminar "Estate Logics and the Making of an Agrarian Enclave in the Bengal Himalaya" with Sarah Besky (Cornell University) FULL VIDEO
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