Mahanirban Calcutta Research group


Published Research Papers from crg

The Calcutta Research Group have Published Nine New Research Papers on International Workshop & Conference in Migration and Forced Migration Studies


Previous Years Research Papers on 2022




Policies and Practices 157

Death in Diaspora

Essay by Rituparna Datta


Policies and Practices 156

“Bhootlane Ki Katha”: Habitation and Construction of Dignity, Health and Well-Being in Indentured Mobility 1830-1920

Essay by
Rituparna Datta 


Policies and Practices 155

Kolkata and Mumbai: Climate Disaster Mitigation in Coastal Megacities of India

Essay by
Shatabdi Das 


Policies and Practices 154

Media and Migration

Essays by
Ritwika Mitra, Riya Singh Rathore, and Farhana Ahmed 


Policies and Practices 153

Teaching Local Anthropology on Climate Change: Ethnographic Field Schools at Lake Neusiedl, Austria

Essay by
Franz Graf 


Policies and Practices 152

Platformed Precarity: A Tale of Two Cities in India

Essay by
Sabyasachi Basu Ray Chaudhury 


Policies and Practices 151

Is Protection Only a Legal Matter? Migrant Labour in South and South-East Asia

Essay by
Paula Banerjee  


Policies and Practices 150

Governing the Pandemic: Negotiating Democracy in Our Time

Essay by
Samir Kumar Das  


Policies and Practices 149

The Intersections of Gender, Im/mobility, and Governance in Sundarbans Delta

Essay by
Sonu Tiwari  


Policies and Practices 148

Access to justice for Women under Foreigner’s Tribunal Act, 1946 in Assam

Essay by
Nargis Choudhury 


Policies and Practices 147

Can Recruitment be Fair? Possibilities and Paradoxes of Ethical Recruitment in Eastern Himalayas


Essay by Nirvan Pradhan  


Policies and Practices 146

Pawns for Profits - Analysing the Plight of Bangladeshi Female Migrant


Essay by Ahmad Ibrahim


Policies and Practices 145

“United We Stand”: Role of Unionisations among the Gig Labours in India


Essay by Rajat Kanti Sur


Policies and Practices 144

Literary Imagination of Climate Change and Climate Disasters


Essay by Debashree Chakraborty