Bienvenue à Sudha Mohan, professeure invitée de l’Université de Mumbai – Conférence le 16 octobre

Sciences Po Grenoble a le plaisir d’accueillir Sudha Mohan, professeure invitée de l’Université de Mumbaï du 6 au 30 octobre 2017.



Dans ce cadre, Sudha Muhan proposera une conférence en anglais intitulée :

« Protecting Human Rights in India »

Lundi 16 octobre de 10h à 12h, à Sciences Po Grenoble


Petite Bio… Sudha Muhan

Dr. Sudha Mohan is Professor and Head in the Department of Civics and Politics, University of Mumbai. She teaches at the Masters Level, (MA) Urban Politics, Comparative Politics, Development Discourse and New Politics of Identity at the Masters level. She is engaged in Inter-disciplinary teaching, research, writing and guiding M.Phil and PhD students.

She has published in the areas of Development, Urban Governance, Globalisation, Local-Global Interface, Civil Society, Politics of Urban Space, Right to the City and Human Security among others. She has participated and presented her research papers in several national and international seminars and conferences. She has also collaborated in interdisciplinary and comparative research projects nationally and internationally.

Dr. Mohan was the recipient of the following Fellowships namely:

  • Senior Fulbright Research Scholar in 2004-05 in Columbia University USA
  • Nirman Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Democracy, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Westminster, London in 2009
  • Erasmus Mundus Scholar, constituted by the European Commission in Europe in 2010
  • Visiting Scholar in the University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain in May 2013
  • Research Fellow at the BRICS Policy Centre in Rio de Jeniero, Brazil, 2013.

She has been a visiting Faculty at the Summer School on ‘Democratic Governance and Civic Engagement’ at the University of Osnabruck, Germany from 2011 to 2014. She has been a visiting fellow for the Block Seminar on ‘Urbanisation in Developing Countries’ in the University of St. Gallen Switzerland from 2010 to 2014 and 2016.

Her areas of specialisation include Urban Studies, Development Studies, Comparative Politics and Interdisciplinary Studies. Her current projects/research works include Non-Traditional Security Threats, Politics and Production of Urban Space, Right to the City, Critical Urban concerns in BRICS and Exploring Sustainable Development and Democratic Alternatives.

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