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Collaborations
Faculty Members of the Department of Humanities & Social Sciences are keen to collaborate with individuals from academia and other organisations in India and abroad, in areas of mutual interest.
 
These collaboration could include:
1.  Teaching of courses,
2.  Organising short courses,
3.  Authoring of books,
4.  Undertaking research, and
5.  Developing technologies.
Some of the current engagements of the Faculty Members in the department are:
 
1. Vidya Sarveswaran
Vidya Sarveswaran edited the following volumes with Swarnalatha Rangarajan, Associate Professor, Department of Humanities & Social Sciences, IIT Madras, and Scott Slovic, Professor and Chair of the English Department, University of Idaho, USA, and Editor of Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature & Environment (ISLE):
i. Slovic, S., Rangarajan, S., and Sarveswaran, V. (Eds.). (2014). Ecoambigutiy Community and Development: Toward a Politicized Ecocriticism (Ecocritical Theory and Practice). Pp. 214. Maryland: Lexington Press.
ii. Slovic, S., Rangarajan, S., and Sarveswaran, V. (Eds.). (2015). Ecocriticism of the Global South (Ecocritical Theory and Practice) Pp. 282. Maryland: Lexington Press.
iii. Slovic,S., Rangarajan,S., and Sarveswaran, V.(Eds.) (2019). Routledge Handbook of Ecocriticism and Environmental Communication. Pp.412. Abingdon and New York : Routledge.
   
2.  Ankita Sharma
i. Dr. Abhinav Dixit, Additional Professor, Department of Physiology AIIMS Jodhpur, is Co-investigator in the proposal, ‘EEG Neurofeedback training for Optimal Human Functioning.
ii. Prof. Benard McKenna, Associate Professor, Business School, University of Queensland, Australia.
iii. Dr. Ali Intezari, Lecturer, Business School, University of Queensland, Australia
iv. Dr. Abhishek sharma, Assistant Professor, Sardar Patel University of police Security and Criminal Justice, Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
   i. Co-investigating in the proposal ‘Wise dilemma resolution between new environmental paradigm and dominant social paradigm for environmental citizenship behavior as influenced by individual factors;.
  ii. Co-investigating in the proposal, ‘A cross-cultural study of job attitudes as an outcome of complex interplay of leadership, organizational justice, wisdom, and personality’.
v. Ai Ni Teoh, Senior Lecturer, James Cook University, Singapore
  i. Co-investigating in the proposal, ‘Social network as a function of wisdom, personality and task factors’.
3. Parichay Patra
 i. Manishita Dass (Senior Lecturer, Royal Holloway, University of London), Dibyakusum Ray (Assistant Professor, IIT Ropar) and Anuja Jain (Assistant Professor, Wesleyan University and former Lecturer, University of St Andrews) are the Indian and international collaborators working with Parichay Patra on the MHRD-funded SPARC project “Offering Provocations, Surfacing Evidence”: The Archiving of Cine-Politics under the Indian National Emergency through Digital Humanities 2.0
ii. Parichay Patra worked with Mariano Mestman (CONICET researcher and Professor, UBA, Argentina) as a visiting researcher at Instituto Investigaciones Gino Germani, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de Buenos Aires, in June 2018
 iii. Michael Kho Lim (De La Salle University, Philippines) is co-editing Sine ni Lav Diaz: Evolution of a Filipino Auteur with Parichay Patra (forthcoming from Intellect, UK, in 2020)
   
4. Mayurakshi Chaudhuri
1. i. With Dr. Viola Thimm, Research Fellow at the Department of Languages and Cultures of Southeast Asia, Asia-Africa-Institute, University of Hamburg, Germany
  ii. Viola Thimm and Mayurakshi Chaudhuri (2019): Migration as mobility? An intersectional approach, Applied Mobilities, Taylor and Francis. DOI: 10.1080/23800127.2019.1573780
  iii. Mayurakshi Chaudhuri, Viola Thimm, and Sarah J. Mahler (2019). “Aren’t we the products of the education system?”: Historical and Contemporary Education Policies, Practices and Effects in South and Southeast Asia. In Eds. Olena Hankivsky & JuliaJordan-Zachery's Bringing Intersectionality to Public Policy, Palgrave Macmillan.
  iv. Mayurakshi Chaudhuri and Viola Thimm (Eds.) (2018). "Postcolonial Intersections: Asia on the Move". Special Section on "Asia on the Move". Transfers: Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies, Berghahn Books, New York, Oxford.
2. With Dr. Patricia Goodman, Assistant Professor, Northeastern University, College of Professional Studies, Boston, USA; and with Dr. Claudine Brunquell, Assistant Professor at Mackenzie Presbyterian University, Business Administration Program
  i. Claudine Brunnquell, Chiranjoy Chattopadhyay, Mayurakshi Chaudhuri, Patty Goodman (2019); "Cultural Transformative Learning: Uncovering Fake News using Information and Communication Technology" - Ongoing Project.