Séjour : du 27/05/2011 au 17/06/2011
K.R. Narayanan Centre for Dalit & Monoritis Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi – 110 025
Thème de recherche : Understanding Social Exclusion of Romans in France
Geography, University of Caen
Thème de recherche : “Tourism, Cultural Economy and Social Dynamics in Udaipur, Rajasthan: Fieldwork and data collection for the publication of a book on Udaipur City”
Modern Languages (English/Spanish), English Department, University of Cergy,
Thème de recherche : “Resurgence of Remanent Features of Social Movements in Bengal ”
Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Delhi, Delhi
Thème de recherche : Applied Social Gerontology
Séjour : Octobre 2010
Principal, St Xavier’s College, Palayamkottai, Tamil Nadu
Thème de recherche : The social life of the Tamils through the letters of the French Jesuits Missionaries in the 19th & 20th centuries
Séjour : 15/09/2010 au 15/10/2010
Associate fellox, VV Giri National Labour Institute, Noida, U.P.
Thème de recherche : Social Security Measures in India and France : A study in Comparative Perspective
Séjour du 16/05/2010 au 16/06/2010
Lecturer, Department of Managment, SPCJ Institute, Dr. Ambedkar University, Agra, U.P.
Thème de recherche : Socially Responsible Business and Market Response: A Cross-National Analysis in Developmental Perspective
Department of English and Modern European Languages, University of Lucknow, U.P.
Thème de recherche : Post 1960 French Feminist Thoughts : A Study of Psychoanalytical, Social and Linguistic Perspectives
Of Bondage Old and New
This volume makes a distinction between agrarian bondage as it existed in the past and the contemporary practices of bondage in various branches of the economy. It suggests that the analysis for bonded labour cannot be disassociated from a broader analysis related to the whole landscape of labour. The emergence of neo-bondage is strongly connected to the reinforcement of the informalization of labour relationships as well as the intensification of circulation and labour migration. Neo-bondage is strongly connected to the increased monetization of commodity exchanges and of social relationships, as well as the development of mass consumption. The authors do not accept the proposition that labour bondage is likely to disappear when economic growth is sustained at its current rate. Continuer la lecture de Publication : India’s Unfree Workforce