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Ravinder Kaur

Ravinder Kaur

Centerleder

Ravinder Kaur er lektor i moderne indien- og sydasienstudier. Hun er også centerleder for Centre of Global South-Asian Studies. Hendes nuværende forskning har fokus på globale transformationer, specifik Indiens transformation fra postkoloni til vækstmarked i det 21. århundredes globale politiske økonomi.

Hun arbejder på tværs af historie, antropologi, og internationale politik. Hun er Primary Investigator af to  kollective projekter ‘Emerging Worlds: Explorations of New South-South Connections’ (2014-2019)‘ og Nation in Motion: Globalization, Governance and Development in New India’ (2010-2015 - afsluttet)

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Books/Special Issues (selected)

'Southern Futures: Thinking through Emerging Markets', Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, 2018, Volume 38(2). 

'Since 1947: Partition Narratives among Punjabi Migrants of Delhi', Oxford University Press, 2007 (new edition 2018)

Social Mobility in post-reform India, Special Issue, Contemporary South Asia, Volume 24, Issue 3 (Co-editor: Nandini Sundar, September 2016)

 Aesthetics of Arrival: Spectacle, Capital, Novelty in India, Special issue, Identities: Global Studies in Power and Culture, Volume 23, Number 3 (co-editor: Thomas Blom Hansen, 2016)

'Governing Difference: Inequality, Inequity and Identity in India and China', Third World Quarterly, Volume 33, Number 4, Spring 2012. (Co-editor: Ayo Wahlberg) Also republished as book in the Third World Series, Routledge, 2016

 

Journal Articles (selected)

'World as Commodity: Or, How the "Third World" Became an "Emerging Market"', Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, 2018, Volume 38(2): 377-395

'I am India Shining: The Investor Citizen and the Indelible Icon of Good Times', Journal of Asian Studies,  2016, Volume 75 (3): 621-648

Writing History in a Paperless World: Archives of the Future, History Workshop Journal, Spring 2015, Volume 79, Number 1, 242-253

'Distinctive Citizenship: Refugees, Subjects and Postcolonial State in India’s Partition', Cultural and Social History, Volume 6, Number 4, 429-446. 2009.

 

Reviews of "Since 1947" (selected)

Mushirul Hassan, Outlook India; Urvashi Butalia, Financial Express; Ian Talbot, H-Net Asia; Michael Hawley, Journal of Asian Studies; Satish Saberwal, Contributions to Indian Sociology; Antony Copley, Journal of Royal Asiatic Society; Suparna Banerjee Refugee Watch; Shalini Sharma, Journal of Punjab Studies; Tahir Kamran, Journal of Punjab Studies; Katja Rikkonen, Journal of South Asian Development; Harsh Mander, Seminar;  Asian AffairsJennifer Hyndman 

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Core Courses

  • Videnskabsteori
  • Globalilzation and Development in South Asia
  • South Asian Societies
  • Introduction to India and South Asia

PhD Supervision

  • I welcome PhD supervision in broad areas of contemporary history, politics, and anthropology of South Asia. Specifically, my area of expertise relates to the making of the postcolonial State, nation and nationalism; visual politics, histories of the Third World, emerging markets, refugee resettlement, Partition memory and citizenship.

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