Distinguished Chair on Migration and Forced Migration Studies

The Governing Body of Mahanirban Calcutta Research Group (CRG) took a resolution  in its 35th Governing Body Meeting held on 23 August 2015 to institute a Distinguished Chair on Migration and Forced Migration Studies and it was offered to Professor Ranabir Samaddar The resolution was also approved by the members of CRG in its 19th Annual General Meeting held on 23 August 2015. The acceptance speech by Professor Samaddar "Crisis in Greece: Europe's Post Colonial Destiny" was held at the Academy of Fine Arts on 3 October 2015  from 6 - 8pm. For details of the programme click here .

 

 

Audio / Visual Repository

 

  Discussion by Nilüfer Göle, Sandro Mezzadra, Ranabir Samaddar on “The Global Left between Race and Religion- Competing of Converging Categories?   CLICK HERE
  Lecture by Ranabir Samaddar on " The Case of India and the Global Refugee Regime"    CLICK HERE
  Lectures by Petar Bojanić, Nilüfer Göle, Ranabir Samaddar on " New Practice of Theory".  CLICK HERE
  A Roundtable discussion on the NRC published on 30.07.2018, that deemed more than 40 lakh people to be non-citizens. Mr. Rajat Ray moderated the discussion between Prof. Ranabir Samaddar, Prof. Samir Das and Mr Subir Bhaumik.    CLICK HERE
  “A Postcolonial Enquiry into the Debt and Migration Crises of Europe”, Black Athena Reloaded, The Apatride Society of the Political Others, Athens, 19 May 2017 -    CLICK HERE
  Ranabir Samaddar's lecture on Towards a Postcolonial Theory of the Political Subject, organised by the Department of Geography of ENS, Paris on 17 January 2017.  CLICK HERE
  The Bloody Line - A Film by Ram Madhvani - South Asia Citizens Web. A 9 min Film on Partition.  CLICK HERE
  Sent to die in the Mediterenean  CLICK HERE
  Where the Word's Refugees live  CLICK HERE
  A photogallery on Rohingya women in Teknaf, camps of Bangladesh along with short life stories - 'Rohingya Testimony: No reason to hide our faces' by Shaifur Rahman  CLICK HERE
  A Documentary on Rohingya women in the camps of Bangladesh by Shafiur Rahman  CLICK HERE
  A video covered on women in the Rohingya camps of Bangladesh by Shafiur Rahman  CLICK HERE
  New York Times Links of "Outlaw Ocean Series"  CLICK HERE
  Professor Samaddar's Lecture on MIgration Crisis in the University of Gotingen.  CLICK HERE
  On Refugee Crisis in Europe.  CLICK HERE
  On Syrian engineer opting for Senegal over EU 'Prison' .  CLICK HERE
  On Turkish Coast Guard attacking a Refugee Boat.  CLICK HERE
  Spanish colonialism in The Philippines  Historical Background
  Acceptance Speech by Professor Ranabir Samaddar on 03 October 2015  CLICK HERE