National Seminar on Debating Sustainability: Discourses on Environment and Development is an attempt to map this register as it figures in the contemporary Indian social science landscapes and to project upon their trajectories. It attempts to examine the multiple discourses around this theme today, such as the impact of environmental degradation on the poor, the disproportionate effects of climate change on developing nations and the role of industrialized countries in the battle against global warming. These debates challenge the view that development and environmental protection are fundamentally opposed to each other, and enable the formation of a more inclusive idea of sustainability and development.
Call for Papers
Empirical and/or conceptual papers that deal with questions of development from a variety of perspectives including, but never restricted to, the following domains are invited.
- Ecology and Consumption
- Sustainable Development
- Human Rights and Development
- Climate change and development
- Reimagining development
- Development and globalisation
- Alternative forms of energy
Guidelines for Submission
- Abstracts are to be sent to the following email id on or before January 15, 2019.
- The seminar also involves strong publication plans with international publishers.
- For selected entries full papers shall be sent by February 10, 2019.
- Abstracts shall be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
The registration fees are as follows:
- Students: Rs. 500
- For all others: Rs. 1200
Registration fee can be paid at the Debating Sustainability seminar payment link available here.
- Date for receiving abstracts: January 15, 2019
- Intimation of the selection committee’s decision: January 20, 2019
- Final paper (for selected entries): February 10, 2019
For any queries, contact
- Dr. Rajeev Kumaramkandath,
- Dr. Suparna Kar
- Dr. Maya M