DS-605 Perspectives on Diaspora: History, Concepts, and Diasporic Linkages; DS-602 Research Methodology; DS-613 Perspectives on Cultural Pluralism and Discourses of Otherness; DS-650 Indian Diaspora across the Continents: Theories, Perspectives, Trends and Issues (Shared with other Faculties) and DS-653 Identity, Culture and Diaspora (Individually)
5 PhD and 4 MPhil Students.
Areas of Interest/Specialization:
sociological, anthropological and Diasporic theories along with rich field experience. His other areas of interests are cultural studies, education, migration, media, literature and cinema.
Sociology Centre for the Study of Social Systems Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India Thesis Topic: "Formation of Identities among Indian Diaspora in England"
Centre for the Study of Social Systems Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India Dissertation Topic: "Indian Diaspora in United Kingdom: Identity and Adaptation (A Sociological Analysis)"
Masters of Arts (MA):
Sociology Centre for the Study of Social Systems Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
Bachelor of Arts (BA):
French Centre for the French & Francophone Studies Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
Paper Presentations at Seminars/ Conferences
Dalit Diaspora in International Horizons at the 'National Seminar on 'Dalit Studies: Continuities and Change' being organized on 20- 21 March 2014 by Dr. Ambedkar Chair at CSSS/SSS, JNU, New Delhi
Emergence of Dalit Diaspora: Contest for an Identity at the National seminar on "Caste in Contemporary Indian Politics" organized by Department of Politics & Public Administration, Pune University, Pune (14th & 16th March 2013) (under publication).
Experience of a Gulf Migrant: through the eyes of "Goat Days" by Benyamin at the International Conference on 'Development or Distress: 21st Century Indian Immigrants in the Persian Gulf', held at the University of Hyderabad (11-12 March 2013) (under publication).