“Vernacular Public Arena and Democratic Transformation in India”[KINDAS International Workshop]

【Date】Friday, October 5, 2012



Inamori Foundation Memorial Hall 3rd Fl., Room 333, Kyoto University
46 Shimoadachi-cho, Yoshida Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8501

Center for the Study of Contemporary India, Kyoto University (KINDAS)

National Institutes for Humanities (NIHU)
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS)


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Friday, 5 October 2012
Aim of Workshop: Taberez Neyazi (Kyoto University)

Akio Tanabe(Kyoto University) & Yumiko Tokita-Tanabe(Osaka University)
Politics of Relations: Glocal Networks of Development and Livelihood in Orissa

Kazuya Nakamizo (Kyoto University)
Minority Question in India -The Case of Gujarat

Taberez Neyazi (Kyoto University)
Can Media Lead to Democratic Deepening? Perspectives from India

11:20-11:35 Break

Badri Narayan (G.B. Pant Social Science Institute,Allahabad)
Grassroots and Vernaculars: Politics and Popular Democracy in Uttar Pradesh Villages

Anastasia Piliavsky (King's College, Cambridge)
The Politics of Democracy and the Morality of the ‘Public Sphere’ in Rural Rajasthan

13:15-14:40 Lunch Break

Norio Kondo (Institute of Developing Economies, Tokyo)
A Comparative Study of Communal Riots and State Politics: Maharashtra, Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh

Craig Jeffrey & Jane Dyson (Oxford University)
Youth Politics in India (Skype presentation)

16:20-16:35 Break

16:35-17:45 General Discussion
Chair: Taberez Neyazi (Kyoto University)
Discussants Akio Tanabe (Kyoto University)
Kazuya Nakamizo (Kyoto University)
Fumiko Oshikawa (Kyoto University)

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