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Conference Publications

The intellectual contribution of the University to the community at large can be gleaned by the quality of publications put forth by the faculty members. The vibrancy of research programs in Shiv Nadar University is accentuated by the high quality publications. Following is the listing of Faculty's Research publication and Scholarly activties.


Presented paper at the 11th Annual Conference on Economic Growth and Development in Indian Statistical Institute-Delhi on Dec 2015.

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“The Dilemmas of Relatedness: India and Sri Lanka.” Culture as a Factor in Regional Cooperation in South Asia, 9th South Asia Conference (Institute of Defense Studies and Analysis, Delhi). November, 2015

Krishnamurthy, Mekhala. “From a Village of Townsmen to a Town of Villagers: Notes on the Urban and Agrarian from a Mandi Town in Central India” paper presented at a National Workshop on Agrarian Change and Urbanisation, Azim Premji University, Bangalore, 28-30 June 2016

Krishnamurthy, Mekhala. “The Honest Weighbridge and Other Stories: Reform and Relationships in a Market Yard.” Paper presented at National Workshop on “Agrarian Question in Contemporary Indian Politics’, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) February 18-19, 2016.  

“What Goes Into an Outlook? Notes on Commodity Prices in Indian Agri-Markets.” Seminar at the Center for the Advanced Study of India (CASI), University of Pennsylvania, October 2015. 

The ABCD of Agricultural Marketing in Contemporary India: Changing Vocabularies of Intermediation in a Volatile World.” Paper present in panel on “New intermediaries and changing regimes of Agricultural Production in India: Merchants, Agents, Buyers and Village Leaders,” Annual Conference on South Asia, Madison, Wisconsin, October 2015 

‘Literary Activism’ series, on ‘De-professionalisation’, hosted by the University of East Anglia Centre for the Creative and the Critical at Presidency University, and the India International Centre, New Delhi. - See more at: January 8-9.

"Re -visioning the Colonial City: Calcutta, London and the Aesthetics of Hybridity" in Second International Conference on Second Cities in the Circuits of Empire: Calcutta / Glasgow:Second Cities in the Circuits of Empire: Calcutta / Glasgow and the Legacy of the Scottish Enlightenment. Feb. 8-9.

From Graphic Caricature to the Novel: Cruikshank, Dickens and the Language of Radicalism" in a National Conference Migratories : Bodies, Narratives , Objects" IIT Kanpur, March 29.

As part of the Drafting Committee presented the theme paper for the Global Education Meet organized by the Kerala State Higher Education Board in Kovalam on January 29-30, 2016.