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CURRICULUM VITAE
NAME: ADDRESS: OFFICE Sujata Patel

March 2012

Department of Sociology University of Hyderabad Central University P.O. Hyderabad 500 046. Tel : 040 2313 3261 (O-D) 2313 3250 (O) E mail: patel.sujata09@gmail.com B-9 Faculty Quarters, University of Hyderabad Central University P.O Hyderabad 500 046 040 2301 1947 (R)

RESIDENCE

PRESENT POSITION

Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Hyderabad

LANGUAGES SPOKEN:

English, Gujarati, Hindi, Marathi

AREAS OF SPECIALISATION Social Theory, Urban Studies, State and Society Studies, Social Movements. EDUCATION 1984 1976 1975 1973 1974

Ph.D. Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi M.A. Dalhousie University, Canada M.A. University of Bombay B.A. University of Bombay

TEACHING EXPERIENCE June 2009 onwards: Professor of Sociology, University of Hyderabad 1996-2009 1992-96 1991 Professor of Sociology, University of Pune Professor of Sociology, SNDT Womens University, Bombay Visiting Faculty, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi

1984-85

Lecturer in Sociology, School of Planning, Ahmadabad

RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS 1987-91 University Grants Commission Research Scientist B 1986-87 Fellow, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, Delhi ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCES 2009-12 Member, Academic Council, Madras Institute of Development Studies, Chennai 2008-11 2003-08 Member, Standing Committee of Research Institutes and Research Centres, Indian Council of Social Sciences. Member, Advisory Committee, Centre for Advanced Studies, Department of Sociology, University of Delhi Visitors Nominee for Social Sciences for Selection Committee, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi Expert, Board of Studies of Sociology, Himachal Pradesh University Expert, Board of Studies of Sociology, Dharwad University Expert, Board of Studies, Sociology, University of Goa Expert, Board of Studies, Sociology, University of Bombay

1999-02

1999-03

1999-02 1996-99 1995-1999

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCES AT PLACE OF EMPL0YMENT 2010 onwards Member, Sabbatical Committee, University of Hyderabad 2010-11 2009 onwards 2009 onwards 2009 onwards 2008 Member, Internal Quality Assurance Cell, University of Hyderabad Member, School Board, University of Hyderabad Member, Academic Council, University of Hyderabad Member, University Court, University of Hyderabad Member, University with Potential for Excellence Core Committee, University of Pune Member, XI Plan committee, University of Pune

2006

2006-9

Member, Implementation Committee, University with Potential for Excellence, University of Pune Member, Vision 2020 Committee, University of Pune Chair, Credit and Semester Committee (Social Sciences and Humanities) Chair, Accommodation Committee, University of Pune Member, X Plan Committee, University of Pune Member, University Autonomy Committee, University of Pune Member, Research Scholarship Committee, Furniture Allocation Committee Head, Department of Sociology, University of Pune Coordinator, Canadian Studies Programme, University of Pune Chairman, Board of Studies, Sociology, SNDT Womens University, Bombay Head Department of Sociology, SNDT Womens University, Bombay

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VISITING FELLOWSHIPS 2009 Visiting Professor, Maison des Sciences de lhomme, Paris, April 2008 2002 Visiting Fellow, Department of Sociology, University of Hyderabad Visiting Fellow, Department of Sociology, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, March Visiting Professor, Japan Centre for Area Studies, National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Japan, April-July Visiting Fellow, Department of Sociology, University of Hyderabad, February Fellow, Shastri Indo-Canadian Programme, Department of Anthropology, McGill University, March-July

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Guest Researcher, Institute Amsterdam, April-July

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Research Scholar at residence in Maison des Sciences de lhomme, Paris, May July Research Fellow, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, April- July

1997

ATTENDANCE IN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES: At least 2 every year for the last ten years. Research Grants, Consultancies and Evaluations: Indian Council of Social Science Research, University Grants Commission (India) Social Science Research Council (New York), DFID Projects (UK), Economic Social Research Council (UK), Social Science Research Council (Canada) National research Foundation (South Africa), University of Johannesburg and Canadian International Development Agency.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES ORGANISATIONS 2006-2010 Member Programme Committee, International Sociological Association 2002-2006 Vice President, (National Associations), International Sociological Association Member, Governing Board, Global Development Network Executive Committee Member, International Sociological Association Member (South Asia), Social Science Research Council, New York

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JOURNALS 2010-13 Member: Editorial Committee: Method(e)s. African Review of Social Sciences Methodology, Dakar , 2010-2013 Scientific Board, New Cultural Frontiers (online journal) International Advisory Committee, South African Review

2009 onwards 2009-11

of Sociology 2009-12 Editorial Board, City and Society Journal of American Anthropological Association, Wiley-Blackwell Review of Sociology Books Editorial Committee, International

2004-11

2001-10

Corresponding Editor, International Journal of Urban and Regional Studies, Blackwell Publishers, Cambridge

2005-08

Member, Editorial Reinner Publisher

Board,

Global

Governance,

Lynne

1998-06

Member, Editorial Board, Publications, London

Current

Sociology,

Sage

2004-05

Member, Editorial Advisory Committee, Sociological Bulletin

RESEARCH PROJECTS & ASSIGNMENTS 2006-09 Book Project titled Exclusions, Social Capital and Citizenship. Collaboration with Department of Sociology, University of Johannesburg 2006-08 Creating Archival and Documentation teaching and Research material, UPE, University of Pune. Available online: http://www.unipune.ac.in/snc/cssh/Archieves.html Book Project: Formation of Sociology in India: Documenting Knowledge, Scholars, Practices and Institutions, UPE, University of Pune, to be published by Oxford Book Project: International Handbook of Diverse Sociological Traditions, to be published by Sage London Project Coordinator: Faith based Organisations and Service 000Delivery, Centre for Future State, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex project for DFID Project Coordinator: Thirty Years of Employment Guarantee Scheme in Maharashtra. Centre for Future State, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex project for DFID

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International Research Collaborations. A Case of the IndoDutch Programme of Alternatives in Development. Social Science Research Council, New York. The Shiv Sena in Bombay/Mumbai. Globalisation, Culture and Politics. Project sponsored by the Department of Sociology, University of Pune. Environmental Regime and Politics of Identity. The Case of James Bay North Quebec Agreement, Canada. Project Director: Womens Participation, the Environment and Economy: The Baliapal Agitation against Missile Test Range. Project Director: Political Economy of Riots, Ahmedabad. Project Director: Human Rights and Needs, Dalit, Tribal and Womens Movement in the Post Seventies, a UNU project for SETU Centre for Social Action and Knowledge, Ahmedabad. Project Director Contract Labour in Textile Industry A Ministry of Labour, Government of India project for Self Employed Womens Association, Ahmedabad Wrote research paper, The Anand Pattern: Its SocioHistorical Origins for the Indo Dutch Programme Project, Operation Flood: Development Alternatives. Senior Research Associate, Designed and supervised research of The New Entrepreneur, an in-house project of the Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India

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PUBLICATIONS SERIES EDITOR 2010-2012

Sage Studies in International Studies Books and Current Sociology Monographs [Oxford India] Studies in Contemporary Society. Oxford University Press, Delhi Cities and The Urban Imperative. Rutledge, Taylor and Francis, New Delhi

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2007 onwards

BOOKS PUBLISHED

2012

Contemporary India and South Africa. Legacies, Identities, Dilemmas Delhi, Routledge (co-edited with Tina Uys) Doing Sociology in India. Genealogies, Locations, Practices, Delhi, Oxford University Press The ISA Handbook of Diverse Sociological Traditions (ed) London, Sage Urban Studies. Readers in Sociology and Social Anthropology. (Series Editor TN Madan) Delhi, Oxford University Press. (co-editor with Kushal Deb) Bombay and Mumbai. The City in Transition Delhi, Oxford University Press. (Co-editor with Jim Masselos), Thinking Social Science in India. Essays in Honour of Alice Thorner, New Delhi, Sage (Co-editor with Jashodhara Bagchi and Krishna Raj) Bombay Metaphor for Modern India Bombay and Delhi, Oxford University Press (Co-editor with Alice Thorner) Bombay Mosaic of Modern Culture Bombay and Delhi, Oxford University Press, (Co-editor with Alice Thorner) Making of Industrial Relations. Ahmedabad Textile Industry 1918-1939, Delhi, Oxford University Press

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SPECIAL ISSUES OF JOURNALS Co editor Special issue on Indian Sociology, South African Journal of Sociology, June 2009 BOOKS: UNDER PREPARATION 2012 Exclusion, social capital and citizenship: Contested Transitions in South Africa and India. (co-editor with Tina Uys) , Delhi, Orient Blackswan 2012 Colonial Modernity and Contemporary Processes: Essays on History, Power and Domination, Delhi, Oxford

JOURNAL ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS: PUBLISHED 2012 Introduction. Legacies and New Identities. Contemporary

India and South Africa Compared in Sujata Patel and Tina Uys (eds). . Contemporary India and South Africa. Legacies, Identities, Dilemmas, Delhi, Routledge, pp1-20 (jointly with Tina Uys) 2011 2011 Sociology in India: Trajectories and Challenges Contributions to Indian Sociology, 45 (3) 427-435 Ruminating on sociological traditions in India in Sujata Patel (ed) Doing sociology in India: Genealogies, Locations and Practices,Delhi, Oxford Social anthropology or Marxist sociology? Assessing the Contesting sociological visions of M.N.Srinivas and A.R.Desai in Sujata Patel (ed) Doing sociology in India: Genealogies, Locations and Practices, Delhi, Oxford The Imperative and the Challenge of Diversity. Reconstructing Sociological Traditions in an Unequal World, M. Burawoy et al (ed.s) Facing an Unequal World, Challenges for a Global Sociology Vol.1, Taiwan, Academia Sinica, 48-62 Sociologys Other. The Debate on European Universals in The Encyclopaedia of Life Support Systems (Social Sciences and Humanities),UNESCO www.eolss.net.net Seva, sangathanas and gurus: service and the making of the Hindu nation in Gurpreet Mahajan and Surinder Jodhka (ed.s) Religion, Community and Development, Delhi, Routledge Introduction.Diversities of Sociological Traditions in Sujata Patel, (ed) The ISA Handbook of Diverse Sociological Traditions, Sage London At crossroads. Sociology in India in Sujata Patel, (ed) The ISA Handbook of Diverse Sociological Traditions, Sage London In Conversation with Professor Sujata Patel, Interview with Pooja Adhikary, ISA E Bulletin, Number 14, November Doing Urban Studies in India. The Challenges. Special issue on Indian Sociology, South African Review of Sociology, 40 (1) The Ethnography of the Labouring Poor in India

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Introduction, The Jan Breman Omnibus, Delhi, Oxford University Press 2007 Towards a praxiological understanding of Indian Society The Sociology of A.R. Desai in Satish Deshpande, Nandini Sundar and Patricia Uberoi (ed.s) Anthropology of the East: The Indian Foundations of a Global Discipline., New Delhi, Permanent Black Sociological Study of Religion, Colonial Modernity, and Nineteenth Century Majoritarianism. Economic and Political Weekly, 42 (13), 1089-1094. Earlier published as Colonial Modernity, the Sociological Study of Religion, and Nineteenth Century Majoritarianism, International Sociological Association E Bulletin, Winter, November, 2006 Mumbai. The Mega-City of a Poor Country in Klaus Segbers (ed) The Making of Global City Regions: Johannesburg, Mumbai/Bombay, Sao Paulo, and Shanghai, Baltimore, John Hopkins Press Empowerment, Co-option, and Domination: The Politics of Employment Guarantee Scheme of Maharashtra in Economic and Political Weekly, 41 (50) 5126-5133 Urban Studies: An Exploration in Theory and Practices in Sujata Patel and Kushal Deb (ed.s) Urban Studies, Reader in Sociology and Social Anthropology (Series Editor TN Madan) Delhi, Oxford University Press Beyond Binaries. Towards Self Reflexive Sociologies, Current Sociology, 54 (3), 381-395 Challenges to Sociological Practices in India Today, International Sociological Association E Bulletin, Spring March Regional Politics, City Conflicts and Communal Riots: Ahmedabad 1985-86 in Rajendra Vora and Anne Feldhouse (eds) Region and Regionalism, New Delhi Manohar, 353376 On Srinivass Sociology (Review essay), Bulletin, 54 (1), 101-111 Sociological

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Globalisation, Inequalities and Politics In Bombay/Mumbai in Josef Gugler (ed.) World Cities Beyond the West. Globalization, Development and Inequality, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 328-347 Higher Education at Crossroads. Economic and Political Weekly, 39 (21) May 22-28, 2151-2154 Identity Politics and Crisis of Social Sciences Economic and Political Weekly, 38 (7) 525-527 (with Rajen Harshe) Bombay and Mumbai. Identities, Politics and Populism in Sujata Patel and Jim Masselos (ed.s) Bombay and Mumbai. The City in Transition New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 330 Corporatist Patronage in Ahmedabad Textile Industry in Ghanshyam Shah, Mario Rutten and Hein Streefkerk (ed.) Labour, Emancipation and Migration in Gujarat, India. Studies in Honour of Jan Breman, New Delhi, Sage, 96-114 International Research Collaboration in Social Science Research. Lessons of IDPAD. Economic and Political Weekly, 37 (36) September 7, 3749-3756 The Profession and Its Association: Five Decades of the Indian Sociological Society, International Sociology, 17 (2), pp 269-284 Alice Thorner. An Appreciation in Sujata Patel, Jashodhara Bagchi and Krishna Raj (ed.s) Thinking Social Science in India. Essays in Honour of Alice Thorner, New Delhi, Sage,14-30 Urbanisation, Development and Communalisation of Society in Gujarat in T. Shinoda (ed) The Other Gujarat. Social Transformations Among the Weakers Sections. Bombay, Popular, 204-220 Community, Identity and Politics: The Baliapal Movement in Surinder S. Jodhka (ed) Community and Identities. Contemporary Discourses on Culture and Politics in India, Sage, New Delhi, 127-140

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International Research Collaboration: The Case of IndoDutch Programme for Alternatives in Development. Social Science Research Council, New York Mega Cities: A Suggested Research Agenda. Working Paper, Indo Dutch Program for Alternatives of Development, Indian Council of Social Science Research, December. Modernity, Identities and Sociological Categories, Current Sociology, 48 (3) July pp 1-6 The Construction and Reconstruction of Women in Gandhi in Alice Thorner and Maithreyi Krishnaraj (ed.s) Ideals, Images and Real Lives. Women in Literature and History, Mumbai, Orient Longman for Sameeksha Trust, 288-321 The Nostalgia for the Village. M.N.Srinivas and the Making Indian Social Anthropology, South Asia The Journal of South Asian Studies, June, 21 (1) 49-61 On the Discourse of Communalism in T.V.Sathyamurthi (ed.) Social Change and Political Discourse in India. Structures of Power, Movements of Resistance.Vol.3 Region, Religion, Caste and Gender. Delhi, Oxford University Press, 145-179 Ecology and Development. Economic and Political Weekly 32 (38) 26-28 Contemporary Bombay The Power Base and Popular Appeal of the Shiv Sena in Bombay. National Centre for South Asian Studies Discussion Paper No.3, Melbourne, Australia. The Popularity of the Shiv Sena: Urbanization and Its Consequences, Asian Studies Review, Vol. 19. No.3, April Strategic Sites/New Frontiers, Editorial, Special Issue on Celebration of Cities, Urban Age, New York (with Saskia Sassen) Bombays Urban Predicament in Sujata Patel and Alice Thorner (ed.s) Metaphor for Modern India, Bombay, Oxford University Press, ix-xxxv The Ideological and Political Crisis of the Early Nineties. On Mandal, Mandir and Communal Tensions. in M.Savur and I. Munshi (eds.). Contradictions in Contemporary Indian

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Society. Essays in Honour of A.R.Desai, Jaipur, Rawat Publications, 211-237 1990 The Anand Pattern, A Socio Historical Analysis of its Growth and Origin in M. Doornbos and K.N.Nair (eds.), Resources, Institutions and Strategies Operation Flood and Indian Dairying. New Delhi, Sage, 27-56 The Construction and Reconstruction of Women in Gandhi. Economic and Political Weekly, 23 (8) 377-387 Contract Labour in Ahmadabad Textile Industry, Economic and Political Weekly, 21 (41) 1813-1820 Class Conflict in Ahmadabad Textile Industry,1918-23. Economic and Political Weekly, 19 (29 & 21) 853-864

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JOURNAL ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS UNDER PUBLICATION: 2012 The challenge of global modernity for sociology in India in N.Jayaram (ed). Society and Sociology. Essays in Honour of Satish Saberwal, New Delhi, Orient Longman, 2012 Introduction: Exclusion, social capital and citizenship: contested transitions in post-apartheid South Africa and India (Co-author) in T. Uys and S. Patel (ed.s) Exclusion, social capital and citizenship: Contested Transitions in South Africa and India. (co-editor with Tina Uys) , Delhi, Orient Blackswan Gazing Backwards and Looking Forwards, Colonial modernity and making of a sociology of modern India in Said Arjomand (Ed) Social Theory and Regional Studies, New York, SUNY Press Colonial modernity and the Problematique of Indigenous and Indegeneity: South Asian and African experiences in H. Sabea and F. Biegal (ed.s) Academic Dependency: the Challenge of Building Autonomous Social Sciences in the South, EDIUNC-SEPHIS: Mendoza Are the theories of Multiple Modernities Eurocentric? The Problem of Colonialism and its Knowledge(s) in Said Arjomand and Elisa Reis (ed.s) Worlds of Difference, London, Sage Studies in International Sociology

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Orientalist-Eurocentric framing of sociology of India: On T.N.Madans perspective of sociology of religion. Special Issue on Post Colonial Sociologies, Poltical Power and Social Theory: A Research Annual, Bingley, UK: Emerald Books

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Is there Distinctiveness in Cities and Urbanism of the South? Some Reflections, Key Note, Conference on Distinctiveness of Cities, Darmstadt Technical University Social exclusions. An analytical interrogation. Keynote speech for lecture series on Governance for Inclusive Development, International Development Studies, University of Amsterdam, September 3rd The Imperative and the Challenge of Diversity. Reconstructing Sociological Traditions in an Unequal World Keynote presentation at the International Sociological Association Council of National Association meeting Facing and Unequal World: Challenges for Sociology March 23-25 Taipei, Taiwan Issues in Communal Riots. Paper presented at the Workshop on Conflict, Competition, Cooperation. Contemporary Sociological Theory and Research in the XXIst Century. Ottawa. May. Public Sphere and Public Sociology in India. Paper presented at the American Sociological Association, Plenary session, August Globalisation, Culture and Ethnicity. The Case of the Shiv Sena in Mumbai. Paper presented at the World Congress in Sociology, Montreal, August. The Context and Aftermath of the 1992-93 Explosions. Paper presented at the American Asian Studies Association meeting, Panel on Bombay, Chicago, March. Reflexivity, Pedagogic Practices and Teaching of Sociology. A Discussion of Problems and Prospects in Curriculum Building at SNDT Womens' University. The Making and Unmaking of an Urban Mosaic. The Case of Bombay. Paper presented at a conference on Tolerance and

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Acceptance of Human Diversities sponsored by Indo European Institute, Goa, December. 1997 Gender and Society. Contemporary Theoretical Challenges, Theme Paper, Panel on Gender and Society, XX Annual Sociological Conference, Manglore, December. Womens Voices and Master Narratives. The Case of the Baliapal Movement, 1985-89. Paper read out at the International Colloquium on Women and Politics. France, Russia and India, Calcutta, February. Rethinking the theoretical constructions on Making of Industrial Relations Paper read at the Conference on Gujarat: Development and Deprivation, Surat, December.

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SHORT NOTES, COMMENTARIES, REVIEWS & REPORTS 2011 Against Cosmopolitanism, Global Dialogue, Issue No 4, International Sociological Association, April (http://www.isasociology.org/global-dialogue/2011/05/challengingcosmopolitanism/) Lineages, trajectories and challenges to sociology in India, Footnotes, American Sociological Association, March (http://www.asanet.org/footnotes/mar11/intl_persp_0311.htm l) Comments and reflections. Special issue Chinese and Indian megacities, City and Community 8 (4), December Silent Institution Builder, Economic and Political Weekly, 40 (37) 4027-4028 Reminisces: Krishna Raj, Economic and Political Weekly, 39 (6) 510 Mega Cities: A Suggested Research Agenda. Working Paper, Indo Dutch Program for Alternatives of Development, Indian Council of Social Science Research, December Work and Workers in Mumbai, 1930s-90s: Changing Profile Enduring Problems. Economic and Political Weekly, 33 (46) 2904-8

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Contemporary Bombay The Power Base and Popular Appeal of the Shiv Sena in Bombay. National Centre for South Asian Studies Discussion Paper No.3, Melbourne, Australia. Changing India: Capitalisms Unpretty Face. Economic and Political Weekly, 29 (51-52) 3196-8 Gender and Kinship in Sri Lanka. Economic and Political Weekly, 28 (36) 1867-8 Repeating Old Arguments. Economic and Political Weekly, 27 (22) 1140 Womens Spaces within Mass Struggle. Economic and Political Weekly, 26 (1-2) 33-34 Muslim Business Communities. Economic and Political Weekly, 25 (15) 772 Unfocused Anthology. Economic and Political Weekly, 25 (32) 1768-70 Baliapal Agitation: Leadership Crisis. Economic and Political Weekly, 25 (23) 1238-40 Agni, Cyclone and Baliapal Agitation. Economic and Political Weekly, 24 (25) 1381-82 Baliapal Agitation: Socio-Economic Background. Economic and Political Weekly, 24 (12) 604-5 Small Scale Industrialisation in South Gujarat. Economic and Political Weekly, 23 (43) 2220-22 Legitimacy Crisis and Growing Authoritarianism. Economic and Political Weekly, 23 (19) 946-48 Defenders of Sati. Economic and Political Weekly, 23 (4) 129-30 (with Krishna Kumar) Golana: Symptoms of Crisis. Economic and Political Weekly, 21 (7) 287 Nationalisation, TLA and Workers. Economic and Political Weekly, 20 (49) 2154-55

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Violence with a Difference. Economic and Political Weekly, 20 (28) 1174-1175 (with Sudarshan Iyengar) Collapse of Government. Economic and Political Weekly, 20 (17) 749-750 Debacle of Populist Politics. Economic and Political Weekly, 20 (16) 681-82 Contract Labour and Public Interest Litigation. Economic and Political Weekly, 18 (51) 2151-53 Civil Rights Literacy. Economic and Political Weekly, 18 (33) 1447-48 (with Achyut Yagnik)

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ORGANISATION OF SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS 2007 Formation of Sociology in India: Perspectives, Practices, and Institutions, Centre for Social Studies, University of Pune 2005 Diverse Sociological Traditions, sponsored by International Sociological Association, American Sociological Association and Florida International University, Miami, August Challenges in Higher Education Today. Sponsored by Canadian Studies Programme and DSA of Department of Sociology, University of Pune, January Reflexivity and Curriculum Development. Sponsored by the Department of Sociology and the University of Pune, March Ecology, Survival and the First Nations, Issues of Comparison between Canada and India, Canadian Studies Programme, February Work and Workers in Mumbai, 1930s to 1990s Coorganised with Alice Thorner and Darryl DMonte Bombay, November Women, Urbanisation and Environment, SNDT Womens University, February. Feminification February of Theory, SNDT Womens University,

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Bombays Evolving Cultural Identity. IX and XX Centuries Organised with Alice Thorner SNDT Womens University, Bombay, December.