Institute of Development Studies Kolkata
Assistant Professor, Institute of Development Studies Kolkata
-Limits of Bargaining: Capital, Labour and the State in Contemporary India. Cambridge University Press, 2019 (co-authored with A. Chakrabarty, S. Chowdhury and Z Mahmood).-Activism and Agency in India: Nurturing Resistance in the Tea Plantations, Routledge Edinburgh South Asia series. (Also published as South Asian edition in May 2019)
- (Forthcoming). "Solidarities in and through Resistance: rethinking alliance building through protests in plantations in India" in Moving the Social 63.- (2018)“From ‘Plantation Workers’ to Naukrānī: The Changing Labour Discourses of Migrant Domestic Workers” in Journal of South Asian Studies 13(2) SI 'Women’s Paid Domestic-Care Labour: Ethnographic Studies from Globalizing India'.- (2018)“Introduction. Debating Intersectionalities: Challenges for a Methodological Framework” (co-author) in South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal 19 (co-authored with Nandini Ghosh).-(2017) ‘Too Much or Too Little? Paradoxes of Disability and Care Work in India’, in Review of Disability Studies 13(4) (co-authored with Nandini Ghosh)-(2017) “Judicial intervention and industrial relations: exploring industrial dispute cases in West Bengal, India”, Industrial Law Journal 46(1) (co-authored with Zaad Mahmood)
Chapters in Edited volumes:- (2019) “Labour, Capital and (Dis)trust: Case studies from West Bengal” in Trust in Transactions, Orient Blackswan (co-authored with Subhanil Chowdhury)-(2018) “Nationalism of Exclusion: Gaumata and her Unholy Sons” in Caste and Gender in Contemporary India: Power, Privilege and Politics, Routledge India.- (2015) “We are still junglis to them: institutionalising marginalities among the Adivasis in Dooars” in edited collection on Institutionalising Marginal Actors in South Asia: Processes, Policies, Practices and Pitfalls.
Edited volume2018-Caste and Gender in Contemporary India: Power, Privilege and Politics, Routledge India (co-edited with Nandini Ghosh)
Gender, labour, migration, city, caste, intersectionality.
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