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South Asia Seminar

"Making Sense of Caste-Politics Interaction in Contemporary India"

May 15, 2008

A talk by Suhas Palshikar, Professor of Politics and Public Administration at University of Pune in India.

Suhas Palshikar's research interests include political processes in India, political sociology and the dynamics of state politics of Maharashtra. He has edited three books and has published more than thirty scholarly articles in journals and books. He has completed a number of projects in association with various research organisations in India; most notably the project on Democracy in South Asia, an intensive study on application and approaches to Democracy in South Asia, and his research on Coalition Politics in Maharashtra and the Political Economy in contemporary India.

Cosponsored by the University of Chicago South Asia Language & Area Center and Committee on Southern Asian Studies and the Center for International Studies.