AJCSS 2014 | New Delhi : Programme

Travail, mobilité et mobilisations en Asie du sud

Labour, mobility and mobilisation in South Asia

Ateliers Jeunes Chercheurs, 11 – 14/02/2014

Centre for Informal Sector and Labour Studies (CIS&LS), Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi

Organisation : Bérénice GIRARD, Alexandre CEBEILLAC

Partenaires : Jawaharlal Nehru University, Centre de Sciences Humaines de New Delhi, Institut Français de Pondichéry, Institut Français, CEIAS-EHESS, Laboratoire Lavue.

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Monday, 10th of February
5 – 8 pm : Welcome and registration of the participants staying at the guest house.
Dinner

Tuesday, 11th of February
9.45 am : Welcome by Praveen Jha (Professor and Chairperson, CISLS, JNU)
Presentation of the activities of CSH by Leila Choukroune (Director – CSH)
10.15– 11.15 pm: Inaugural address by Professor Barbara Harriss–White :“Implications of Self- Employment/Petty production for Labour Theory and Practical Politics” (Tentative Title)
Chaired by Professor Sudha Pai, Rector of the Jawaharlal Nehru University
11.15 – 11.30 :Tea

11.30 – 1.00 pm : Session 1: Labour, castes, classes and communities: a historical perspective
• Julie Marquet (Université Paris Diderot Paris 7), « Les huiliers ont-ils le droit de construire des maisons en brique? Conflits et ascension sociale a Pondichery au XIXe siècle. (Do the Oil manufacturers have the right to build brick houses? Conflicts and social ascension in 19th Century Pondicherry)
• Pankhuree Dube (Emory University, USA), From Vagrant to Industrious Settled Labourer: Adivasi Labour of the Central Provinces, 1871-1911
1.00pm – 2.00 pm Lunch

2.00 – 3.30 pm : Session 2: The daily lives of workers: ethnographies of Labour
• Adrien Bouzard (Université Paris-Ouest Nanterre), Entre caste et classe, le rôle des communautés de métier dans la construction d’une identité batelière à Bénarès. (Between cast and class: the role of work communities in the construction of a watermen identity in Benares.)
• Proggya Ghatak, (National institute of Social Work and Social Science, Bhubaneshwar), Changing Livelihood and Community Disintegration : A Case of Lodha from West Bengal
3.30 – 3.45 Tea

3.45- 5.15 pm : Session 3: The daily lives of workers: ethnographies of Labour
• Fabien Provost (Université Paris-Ouest Nanterre), “Reconstructing the history of the case” : la mise en récit des corps morts dans le travail médico-légal en Inde (“Reconstructing the history of the case” : the narrative of dead bodies in forensic medicine in India)
• Nicolas Lainé (Université Paris-Ouest Nanterre), Working with elephants. Exploring Khamtis-elephants working communities in Northeast India

Wednesday, 12th of February

10.00 – 11.30 am : Session 3: Patterns and Determinants of Employment in Contemporary India: an economic perspective on Labour
• Sandhya Krishnan (University of Amsterdam & Mumbai University), Determinants of Access to Employment Opportunities in liberalized India : Evidence from the BPO Industry in Mumbai
• Rahul Menon (CESP, JNU),Industrial sector growth and patterns of employment : A look at the Indian Manufacturing Industry
11.30-11.45 Tea

11.45 am – 1.15 pm Session 4: Labour migrations and mobilities
• Rupsa Ray (CSSS, Calcutta), The Dialectics of Migration and Unionization in Calcutta Jute Mills
• Floriane Bolazzi (IEDES, Paris), Networks and Mobility. Palanpurs ’study case.
1.15- 2.00 pm Lunch

2. 00 – 3.30 pm : Session 4: Labour migrations and mobilities
• Rukmini Thapa & Deepak K.Mishra (CSRD, JNU), Migration and Mobility of Rural Labour in West Bengal : Insights from the Field
• Sébastien Michiels (IFP, Pondicherry, Bordeaux IV), Diversité des dynamiques de migration. Une analyse empirique des phénomènes migratoires en Inde du Sud (Diversity of migration dynamics. An Empiric analysis of migratory phenomenons in South India)
3.30- 3.35 Tea

3.45 – 5.00 pm Methodological Workshop
• Alexandre CEBEILLAC (Rouen – CSH) : Open source cartography

Thursday, 13th of February

10.00 – 11.30 am : Session 5: Labour insecurity and precariousness
• Soraya Hamache (CEMMC, Bordeaux-III), Les travailleurs de l’industrie Bollywood : approaches historique et sociologique (Workers from the Bollywood Film Industry : Sociological and historical approaches)
• Nithya Joseph (IFP, Pondicherry), But, without advances, no one will come! The roles of debt in labour contracts in a South Indian silk-reeling hub
11.30- 11.45 Tea

11.45 -12.30 pm : Session 5: Labour insecurity and precariousness
• Arnaud Kaba (EHESS), Les cultures du précariat : Valeurs au travail et valeur du travail. (The “Precariats”’ Cultures : values at work and work’s value amongst metal workers in Madhya Pradesh)
12.30- 1.30 Lunch
1.30 – 3.45 pm : Session 6: Informality and Informalisation
• Lola Sales (Université Paris-Ouest Nanterre), La rue et les espaces publics à l’épreuve du commerce informel: l’informel comme clé de lecture des métropoles indiennes. L’exemple des processus de territorialisation des vendeurs des rues autour des espaces de transit à Mumbai. (The informal Sector as a key to comprehend Indian Metropolises : Territorialisation processes of street vendors around transit spaces in Mumbai)
• Sonal Sharma & Eesha Kundurr (School of Development Studies, Ambedkar University, Delhi), Exploring the dynamics of labour market decisions of women workers in the city of Delhi : An indicative analysis through the lens of gender, space and identity.
• Debarun Sarkar (Presidency University, Calcutta), Domestic Workers: collectivization and Policy-Making
3.45- 4.00 pm Tea

4.00 – 6.00 pm : Methodological Workshop
• Arnaud Kaba : Qualitative Interview in Ethnography

Friday, 14th of February
10.00 – 12.30 : Methodological Workshop
• Rémi de Bercegol : works clusters and words from the field
12.30- 2.00 pm Lunch
2.30 – 5pm Visit of a factory in Delhi