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Sitharamam Kakarala

Sitharamam Kakarala has been a Senior Fellow at CSCS from October 2003 to February 2007, and Director During March 2007-March 2010.He is the Lead Researcher of the Law, Society and Culture programme.Before joining CSCS, he had taught at the NLSIU.

 

 

Academic Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. Centre for Social Studies, Surat, 1993.

  • LLM. University of Nottingham, 1996.

  • M.A. University of Madras, 1988.

 

Publications:

Books

  • (With Mathew John) Enculturing Law: New Agendas for Legal Pedagogy, New Delhi: Tulika, 2008.

  •  (With Anita Abraham & Sarasu Thomas), Human Rights Law: Essential National and International Documents, NLSIU, 2004.

  • (With Mrs. Mac) Political Economy of Human Rights: A Select Bibliography, Surat: Centre for Social Studies, 1992.

Articles:

  • “Of Pedagogy and Suffering: Civil Rights Movements and Human Rights Teaching in India” in Enculturing Law: New Agendas for Legal Pedagogy, New Delhi: Tulika, 2008.

  • “‘The Counter-Terrorist Advantage’: The Rise of Authoritarian Security State and Future of Cosmopolitan (Global) Citizenship”, Import- Export: Cultural Transfer, Berlin: Parthas, 2005.

  • “Contextualising POTA” NAPM Bulletin, 2002.
  •  “Between State and Revolution: Trajectories of Civil Liberties Movement in Andhra Pradesh” (forthcoming in G. Ajay and G. Vijay eds, Contemporary Andhra)
  • “Direct Funding and ‘Civil Society Building:’” Law, Social Justice and Global Development, Vol. 2, 2001.
  • “Colonialism, Law and Women’s Rights” (Review), Law, Social Justice and Global Development, Vol. 2, 2001.
  •  “Universality v Relativity in Human Rights: A Reappraisal of the Debate” Human Rights Law Review (University of Nottingham), Vol. 1, No. 3, 1996.
  • Human Rights: Past and Present, 3rd Chandra Mouli Memorial Lecture, Bangalore: People’s Democratic Forum, 1996.
  •  “Human Rights Movement in Colonial India: An Historical Perspective”, National Law School Journal, Vol. 6, 1994.
  • “End of Modernity?” Student Advocate, Vol. 5, 1994.
  • (With S.P.Joshi) “Jotiba Phule: An Incomplete Renaissance”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol.25, No.21, May 23, 1991.

 

 

Teaching Experience:

 

Courses taught at CSCS:

  • Law, Rights and Culture; Culture and Democracy (Ph.D. Cultural Studies Courses)
  • Law and Culture (MA Online)
  • Taught in various capacities at the National Law School of India University, Bangalore from July 1993 – October 2003. (International Human Rights Law; Human Rights Law and Philosophy; Human Rights Law and Practice; Human Rights and the Globalisation Challenge; Science-Technology Advancements and Human Rights; Human Rights Responses to Ethnic Violence; Democracy and Questions of Critical Citizenship; Political and Legal Philosophy; Law and Development; Research Methodology.)
  • Summer School on Human Rights and Human Development: 2004-2007.



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