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Faculty Publication

Dr. Bijulal, Assistant Professor, SIRP and Research Scholar Navas M Khadar published an op-ed Article in the New Indian Express
Dr. Bijulal M. V, Assistant Professor at SIRP, and Research Scholar Navas M Khadar published an op-ed article in the New Indian Express titled ‘Learning from Kerala and Bengal on Migrant Workers’ on January 31, 2024. The article discusses the well-known Kerala model of social health security for interstate migrant workers and emphasizes the lesser-discussed […]
Entangled Ecologies as Metaphors of State Design- New Book from Dr. Mathew A Varghese
Entangled Ecologies as Metaphors of State Design (2023, Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN: 978-3031465178) takes a unique approach to the ethnographic and analytical explorations of ecologies as entangled in their makings. It positions its arguments through emerging anthropocene contexts as entanglements across hybrid ecologies that unravel. The subsumed relationships between actors and the unprecedented interactions across the human and […]
Dr. Aparna Eswaran, co-authored a chapter in the edited book, ‘Inequality and Plurality: Contemporary Challenges to Democracy’
Dr. Aparna Eswaran, Assistant Professor, SIRP has co-authored with Hameeda C.K, Assistant Professor, SGS, a chapter titled ‘Iron Ladies’ in the Indian Game of Thrones’ in the edited book titled ‘Inequality and Plurality: Contemporary Challenges to Democracy’. The book edited by Renoj NK & Aby T Suresh is the outcome of the national webinar entitled, […]
Dr. Jojin John, Assistant Professor Co-edited a Book “70 Years of India–Japan Diplomatic Relations”
SIRP Assistant Professor, Dr. Jojin V John, Co-edited a book titled “70 YEARS of INDIA–JAPAN DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS” Published by Knowledge World. Share
Dr. Jojin V John published two Chapters in a Book published by Routledge London
Dr. Jojin V. John, Assistant Professor, SIRP contributed two Chapters in a Book “China’s BRI in Different Regions of the World”, Published by Routledge London. Japan’s Approach to BRI: Between Cooperation and Competition Abstract  Japan’s response to China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has evolved from an initial balancing approach to complex engagement featuring conditional […]
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