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Prof(Dr.) Nabanipa Bhattacharjee

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Professor Department of Sociology nabanipab@svc.ac.in

Educational Qualifications

  • Ph.D ( Sociology, JNU, New Delhi)
  • M.A., M.Phil( Sociology, JNU, New Delhi)

Areas of Specialization

  • Historical and political sociology, partition, migration and identity, anthropology of violence, north east Indian societies and cultures.

Administrative roles/ responsibilities

    a.	Teacher-in-Charge, Department of Sociology, Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi, 2017-2018
    b.	Member, Departmental Research Committee (of the Board of Research Studies for SocialSciences, University of Delhi), Department of Sociology, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi, 2014-2015
    c.	Special Invitee (Sociology), Eleventh Board of Undergraduate Studies,Ambedkar University (AUD), New Delhi, 2017
    d.	Member, Proctorial Committee, Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi, 2017-2021.
    e.	Faculty-in-Charge, Department of Sociology Wall &We-Witness Magazine, Sri VenkateswaraCollege, University of Delhi, 2018-2021
    f.	External (Gender) Expert in “Gender Green Teacher (GGT) Project: Workshop on Need Analysis,Critical Analysis of the Project and Preparation of Final Project Proposal”, National Institute of Open Schooling, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, 2018
    g.	Convener, B.A (Hons.) Sociology of India I & II, Syllabus Restructuring and Revision Committeesfor the CBCS-LOCF Undergraduate Program, University of Delhi, 2019

Courses Taught

  • Sociology of India, Sociology of Religion, Economy and Society, Sociological Thinkers , Political Sociology, Introduction to Sociological Research
    •	‘Shillong: A Tale of Blue Love’, Mainstream, LIII (27), June, 2015
    •	‘Musings of an Irregular Marxist’, The New Leam, November, 2016
    •	‘Srihatter Ganabhoter Porer Katha/The Post-Sylhet Referendum Story’, in Prasoon Burman (ed.) Desh Bhag, Desh Tyag: Prasanga Uttar-Purbo Bharat, Gangchil, Kolkata, 2017 (in Bangla) (Reprint) 
    •	‘The Bharatiya Janata Party has Issues with Rohingyas – Indians Don’t’, Kafila (www.kafila.org), October, 2017
    •	‘Sociology of Religion Today: Practices of Thought and Learning’, Journal of Human Values, 25 (3), September, 2019, (Co-authored)
    •	‘A Vade Mecum for Bengali Culture Enthusiasts’,The Book Review: South Asia – XXXIV, XLIII (1), January, 2019 (Special Issue) 
    •	‘Peasants and their Interlocutors’, Economic and Political Weekly, 55 (20), May, 2020 (Co-authored)
    •	‘Can we hear Manu (Gandhi) speak?’, Journal of Human Values, 26 (3), September, 2020, (Co-authored)
    •	‘An Affair to Remember’, The Book Review: VoW @ Savoy, XLIV (10), October, 2020 (Special Issue)
    •	‘American Baptists in Assam: The Tale of Oscar Levi Swanson’, in Sajal Nag and M. Satish Kumar (eds) Missionary Interventions in British North EastIndia (forthcoming, Manohar & Routledge 2021) 
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