Mr. APA Kabeer
MA (JNU), M.Phil (HCU), Ph.D (JNU, Pursuing).
Assistant Professor
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Kabeer is an Assistant Professor in the Centre since December 2015. Prior to joining CUSB, he worked as faculty in the Department of Sociology at Central University of Haryana (CUH). He handled the core teaching on issues of classical sociological theory as well as offered courses on Education and Society, State and Marginalized Communities and Sociology of Ageing.
Holding a post graduate degree in Sociology from Centre for the Study of Social System at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi and M.Phil in Sociology from the Department of Sociology at Hyderabad Central University (HCU), Hyderabad, Kabeer is a doctoral candidate at Zakir Husain Centre for Educational Studies, JNU, New Delhi.

Area of Research Interest
Sociology of Education, Sociology of Media and Public Sphere  , Sociology of Social Movements , Political Sociology ,Sociology of Development

Dr. Firdaus Fatima Rizvi
Ph.D (Economics, University of Allahabad), M.Sc. (Environment and Ecology) and LL.B. (University of Allahabad)
Assistant Professor
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Areas of Expertise / Research interest :

Dr. Firdaus Fatima Rizvi has pursued her Doctorate in Economics from Govind Ballabh Pant Social Science Institute, Allahabad. Her doctoral thesis was on 'Micro Level Planning for Sustainable Water Resource Management: Case Study of Phulpur Tehsil in Allahabad District'. Apart from her Masters and Ph.D in Economics, she also has M.Sc. (Environment and Ecology) and LL.B to her credit. Earlier, she had eight years of experience as a researcher. She was associated with Council for Social Development, New Delhi for two years and with Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, New Delhi for six years. Her areas of interest include natural resource management, social exclusion and inclusive policies, minority issues, labour market, etc.

She has completed several research studies on Schedule Castes, Schedule Tribes and Minority issues, labour market, housing, affirmative action in private sector, etc. She has also contributed several papers in national and international seminars and delivered lectures. She has number of publications to her credit in journals and edited books.

Aditya Mohanty

PhD (Citizenship Studies, University of Aberdeen, UK)
Assistant Professor
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Areas of Expertise / Research interest :

Dr. Aditya Mohanty has a diverse academic training and aspires to be a leading public intellectual specialising in the cultural politics of development. With an undergraduate training (B.A) in Sociology (Honors) and Geography from 2000-03 at Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, India, Aditya pursued a postgraduate (MA) in Sociology at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, India from 2003-05. He then worked for four years (2005-09) in the different grassroots level Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) in diverse verticals like the Disabilities sector, Primary Education, Local Urban Governance, and Micro Finance. Thereafter, he spent a couple of years (2009-11) at IIT Kanpur on a research project dealing with local urban governance in Delhi and was trained in Urban Geography as a Visiting Commonwealth Scholar from 2011-12 at University College London (UCL), UK. Since 2012, he has been working as an Assistant Professor of Development Studies at the Central University of South Bihar, Gaya.

In the meantime, he was also on a 3-year (2016-19) Doctoral Fellowship to pursue an exciting and unique interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Citizenship, Civil Society and Rule of Law at the University of Aberdeen, UK. His Ph.D. research project used visual methods and ethnographic tools to understand as to how in Dalit colonies of Delhi, the setting up of Resident Welfare Associations engendered new inter-weavings of economic precarity and cultural marginality among subaltern groups. His research interests fall into four broad areas, viz., a) Postcolonial Futures, b) Comparative Urbanism, c) Participatory Governance and d) Development Management, on which he has delivered talks and presented papers in over two dozen universities in India, the UK, the USA, and Europe. He has also published in reputed journals including the Economic and Political Weekly, Space & Polity, Sociology, and Regional Studies.

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