Political Science Lectures

Anindya Sarkar: B.A Hons. 2.1 Paper III- Political theory- Concepts and Debates. Section A PartIII
Making 'Cosmoplitan Justice' Work: Democracy and Social Justice, Part-1.

Anindya Sarkar: B.A Hons. 2.1 Paper III- Political theory- Concepts and Debates. Section A PartIII
Making 'Cosmoplitan Justice' Work: Democracy and Social Justice, Part-2.

Bijayalaxmi Nanda: B.A Hons. 2.1 Paper III- Political theory- Concepts and Debates. Section A Part II and III © General Elective -2(Interdisciplinary): (2 ) 2) Human Rights Gender and Environment Part I and III
Sex-selective Abortion and Gender Justice: A Global Perspective.

Christine Hobden and Prasanjit Biswas: B.A (Programme). 4. Understanding Globaliza tionPart 3 (b) and BiswasB.A (Programme). 4. Understanding GlobalizationPart 3 (a)
Hobden: "Global Inequality and State Duties: A Relational Lens" and Biswas: Global Resource Dividend (GRD) as 'Transpositional Alternative'

Dillip kumar Mallik: B.A Hons. 2.1 Paper III- Political theory- Concepts and Debates. Section A Part IVB.A Hons. 2.1 Paper III- Political theory- Concepts and Debates. Section A Part IV General Elective -2(Interdisciplinary): (2 ) 2) Human Rights Gender and Environment Part I, II
Ragpickers as destiny's children: Understanding their rights from a capability perspective.

Gyanaranjan Swain: B.A (Programme) 3. Democracy and governance
Happiness, Welfare & Measurement: Critique of the HDI and Comparative Experience in South Asia, Part-1.

Gyanaranjan Swain: B.A (Programme) 3. Democracy and governance
Happiness, Welfare & Measurement: Critique of the HDI and Comparative Experience in South Asia, Part-2.

Julian Culp: B.A (Programme) 3. Democracy and governance
Hooray for Global Justice? Emerging Democracies in a Multipolar World

Mai Hamed: B.A Hons. 2.1 Paper III- Political theory- Concepts and Debates. Section A PartIII section b
Islamic Finance as a Site of Distributive Justice.

Chandrachur Singh/Matthew:B.A (Programme). 4. Understanding GlobalizationPart I (b) - B.A (Programme). 4. Understanding GlobalizationPart 3 (a) and General Elective -2(Interdisciplinary): (2 ) 1) Reading Gandhi
Q & A session Mainly for Chandrachur in between Mathew answered for minute or so.

Matthew Lindauer: B.A (Programme). 4. Understanding GlobalizationPart I (b)
The Moral Significance of External Relationships

Nidhi Sabharwal: B.A Hons. 2.2 Paper IV- Political Process in India. Part VI General Elective -2(Interdisciplinary): (2 ) 2) Human Rights Gender and Environment Part I , II and III
Dalit Women Rights and Citizenship: At the Cross-Roads of Gender & Caste.

Rajesh Dev:B.A (Programme) 3. Democracy and governance
Translating Justice and Institutionalising Democracy: An Analytic Exploration, Part-1.

Rajesh Dev:B.A (Programme) 3. Democracy and governance
Translating Justice and Institutionalising Democracy: An Analytic Exploration, Part-2.

Santosh Kumar: B.A Hons. 2.1 Paper III- Political theory- Concepts and Debates. Section A PartIII ©
New Institutions for Global Justice.

Braja Sahoo:2.2 Paper IV- Political Process in India. Part VII
Rawls’ General Conceptions of Justice & Environmental Justice Struggles in Odisha: A Study of Anti- POSCO Movement

Lisa L. Fuller:B.A Hons. 2.1 Paper III- Political theory- Concepts and Debates. Section A Part II and III © B.A (Programme). 4. Understanding GlobalizationPart I(b) General Elective -2(Interdisciplinary): (2 ) 2) Human Rights Gender and Environment Part I and III
Is Gender Oppression the Root of Global Economic Inequality?

Mursed Alam, et al: Imperial Capital, Comprador Democracy and Subaltern Justice

Omar Dahbour:B.A (Programme). 4. Understanding GlobalizationPart 3General Elective -2(Interdisciplinary): (2 ) 2) Human Rights Gender and Environment Part I , II and IV
ECOSOVEREIGNTY: Reconciling Global Justice with Local Autonomy

Pawan Kumar:B.A (Programme) 3. Democracy and governance
Challenges of Corruption and Indian Democracy

Qingxiu Bu: B.A Hons. 2.1 Paper III- Political theory- Concepts and Debates. Section A Part-IV
The Anatomy of Chinese Multinationals' Overseas Behavior: Human Rights Perspectives

Roopinder Oberoi:B.A (Programme). 4. Understanding GlobalizationPart1,2, 3
Escaping the Regulatory Grille – Understanding the Taxonomy of ‘Power’ and ‘Politics’ of Global Conglomerate

Rosy kumari:B.A Hons. 2.1 Paper III- Political theory- Concepts and Debates. Section A Part-IV
Securing Right to food along with food sovereignty - an approach towards hunger free world

Tsepho H Mongalo: B.A (Programme). 4. Understanding GlobalizationPart 1 (B), 2, 3 a,b
Possible Contribution of Corporate Law Remedies to Curbing Illicit Outflows of Capital from Africa

Ujjwal K Singh:B.A Hons. 2.1 Paper III- Political theory- Concepts and Debates. Section B Part I
Hunger Fast,’ Resistance and Justice

Xiesi:B.A Hons. 2.2 Paper IV- Political Process in India. Part VII B.A Hons. 2.1 Paper III- Political theory- Concepts and Debates. Section A Part IV General Elective -2(Interdisciplinary): (2 ) 2) Human Rights Gender and Environment Part I, II
Urban direct cash transfer for BPL people: A comparative study of india & china

Julio Boltvinik:B.A (Programme). 4. Understanding GlobalizationPart 3 (c) 2) Human Rights Gender and Environment Part I (b)
Can the Global South Measure its Own Poverty with its Own Methods? The Latin American and Mexican Stories