" Democracy was
also a great narrative and not merely a monolithic kind of democratic participation."
 
 
 
 

Staff Structure

Project Coordinators
Dr. Badri Narayan
He is currently with the faculty of Social History, G. B. Pant Social Science Institute, Allahabad. He has published ‘Lok Sanskriti Mein Rashtravad’, ‘Documenting Dissent: Contesting Fables, Contesting Memories and Dalit Political Discourse’ and a number of research papers in reputed journals.


Dr. A.R. Mishra

He is currently with the faculty of Political Science, G. B. Pant Social Science Institute, Allahabad. He has edited ‘Sahitya Evam Samajik Parivartan’ and published many research articles in reputed journals, both in Hindi and English. He has edited, complied and translated a number of Dalit booklets, available in various regions of Uttar Pradesh, along with Dr. Badri Narayan. They have been published in the form of a book named ‘Multiple Marginalities’.


Project Staff

Dr. Archana Singh
Dr. Archana Singh is a Research Officer, Dalit Resource Centre, Allahabad. She did her Ph.D in “An Inquiry into Consciousness in Hussrel and Sartre”, under a project funded by ICPR, New Delhi. She has also worked in a project entitled “Eco-feminism- A war against survival of the fittest” funded by ICPR, New Delhi . Her research interests include religion and politics amongst communities.

Miss Ritu Sureka
Miss Ritu Sureka is a Research Associate at Dalit Resource Center, GBPSSI. She is a Post graduate in Human Development and Family Studies and has done her Dissertation on the topic “Impact of yoga and meditation on social maturity as an index of behavior problems of mentally challenged children.” She is also a scholarship holder of Saraswati Project of the Fair and Lovely Foundation (2005). Her research interests include study on issues of Human development with special emphasis on the marginalized communities.

Miss Richa Pandey
Miss Richa Pandey is a Research Associate at Dalit Resource Center, GBPSSI. She is a Post Graduate in Environmental Sciences from Allahabad University. She has done her Dissertation on “Urban water supply and demand of Allahabad city: a case study from MNNIT Allahabad. Her research interests include study on issues of Environmentalism and Marginalization.

Nivedita Singh
Nivedita Singh is an Audio-Visual Associate, Dalit Resource Centre, Allahabad. She is a Post Graduate Diploma holder in photojournalism and Visual Communication from University of Allahabad. She has several feature stories to her credit which gets regularly published in Hindi Weekly Sahara Samay. Her interests include nature photography and social issues.

Brijendra Kumar Gautam
Brijendra Kumar Gautam is a Research Associate, Dalit Resource Centre, Allahabad. He is a Post-graduate Diploma holder in Journalism from BHU, Varanasi. Having worked as a freelance journalist, he has several articles and feature stories to his credit He is also a recipient of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar fellowship, Bhartiya Dalit Academy, New Delhi (2002). His research interests include study of marginalized communities.

 

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