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Dr. Brijesh Chandra Tripathi

Dr. Brijesh Chandra Tripathi

PhD (IIT-B), MA (TISS)
Assistant Professor
Specialisation: Sociology


Academic Profile

-PhD in Sociology (Urban Studies and Politics), Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, Mumbai (2014 to 2020)

-MA in Social Work (Specialisation: Community Organisation and Development Practice), Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai (2011 to 2013)

Publications

‘Aspirational Citizenship of Displaced Migrants in Mumbai’: Journal of Public Policy Research Vol. II Issue II (March 2017): 1-24, Hyderabad

 

.Conferences Papers

‘Electoral and social struggle mediation of the aspiration of an ‘illegal neighbourhood’ to be planned and legal: A case study of Mumbai’, in 117th Annual meeting of American Anthropological Association, San Jose, November 14-18, 2018

 

‘Claims of the poor for justice and the Right to the City in technology-driven planning in urban spaces: a case study of Mumbai’ in a academy "Infrastructures, Regions and Urbanizations”, in Transregional Academy Singapore, September 29- October 07 2018

 

‘Electoral politics and the planning of the Mumbai City’ in a Summer school for PhD students ‘Urban Transformations to Sustainability in South and Southeast Asia’, University of Cologne, Germany, September 17- 26 2018

 

Poster presentation on ‘Claims of the poor for justice and the Right to the City in technology-driven planning in urban spaces: a case study of Mumbai
in a Summer school for PhD students ‘Urban Transformations to Sustainability in South and Southeast Asia’, University of Cologne, Germany, September 17- 26 2018

 

‘Hopes amidst Uncertainty: Municipal election, aspiration of an ‘illegal slum’ and urban politics in Mumbai in Comparative Democratization Sections’ Emerging Scholar Research Development Workshop in Annual meeting of American Political Science Association, Boston, August 29- September 02, 2018.

 

‘Claims of poor for justice in the technology driven planning process in urban spaces: A case study of Mumbai’ in the national Conference "Infrastructure and the Right to the City: Perspectives from India” organised by Institute of Development Studies, Kolkata 15-16 February, 2018

 

‘Dilemma of electoral politics or autonomous mobilisation for recognition in threatened neighbourhood in Mumbai’ in the International Conference "Contemporary challenges to Indian state and society” organised by Christ University and National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bengaluru, 15-17 November, 2017

 

‘Electoral politics or autonomous mobilisation, the case of Mumbai’ in the International Conference " Research Committee (RC21) on Sociology of Regional and Urban Development of the International Sociological Association: Rethinking urban global justice under the session- Recognition, justice and critical urban theory today jointly organised by RC21 and University of Leeds, Leeds, 13-15 September, 2017

 

‘Autonomous mobilisation or grassroots social struggle in a threatened neighbourhood in Mumbai’, in Foundation for Urban and Regional Studies (FURS), RC21- International Journal of Urban and Regional Studies (IJURR) Summer School in Comparative Urban Studies, jointly organised by the University of Leeds and IJURR, London and Leeds, August 30- September 13, 2017

 

‘Aspirational Citizenship of displaced migrants in Mumbai in the national seminar " Democracy, Development and (Re)distribution” organised by School of Public Policy and governance, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Hyderabad, 28-30 April, 2016

 

‘Individualisation of basic amenities in Urban India: Imposition of responsibility on poor citizens to manage their Solid Waste management in Mumbai’ in the 2nd national Young Researcher on "Researching lived experience(s): Ethnography and beyond organised by department of Sociology, University of Hyderabad, 4-5 March, 2016

 

‘Social justice: Crisis of political organisation capability of social struggles’ in the International Conference " Globalisation, Environment and Social Justice: Perspectives, Issues and concerns” organised by Department of Sociology, Baba Saheb BhimRao Ambedkar University, Lucknow, 15-16 February, 2016

 

Areas of interest

Urban Studies and politics, Public policy and governance, Social theory, Sociology of development, Political theory and Indian Politics, Philosophy of justice

           
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