Professor Sharada Srinivasan (Canada Research Chair in Gender, Justice and Development; Department of Sociology & Anthropology) is the editor of Becoming A Young Farmer: Young People’s Pathways Into Farming: Canada, China, India and Indonesia. The book is based on international collaborative research in Canada, China, India and Indonesia, is open access and available now! It is part of the book series "Rethinking Rural" (Palgrave Macmillan).
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Professor Karine Gagné (Department of Sociology & Anthropology) is co-author, with S. Chostak, of "Climate change beyond technocracy: citizenship and drought practices in the Indian Himalayas." The paper is published in The Journal of Peasant Studies.
Professor Sharada Srinivasan (Canada Research Chair in Gender, Justice and Development; Department of Sociology & Anthropology) is co-author, with S. I. Rajan, A.
Dilshan Fernando, PhD Candidate, Sociology and International Development whose research focuses on workplace inclusion of people with disabilities in India is curator of a new People's Archive of Rural Ontario (PARO) story titled Importance of Community when Living with Disabilities: Melanie Bidiuk’s reflections.
Dr. Helen Hambly was a discussant to Prof. Ashwani Kumar's lecture Disenfranchised Migrants and Citizenship. This was a part of the ICSSR Lecture Series.
Recording of lecture and discussion: https://youtu.be/ZAjdz9bNyUA
Josie Wittmer, a PhD Candidate at the University of Guelph in the Department of Geography, Environment, and Geomatics in collaboration with the Guelph Institute of Development Studies, recently published an article in the journal World Development. This article explores women waste pickers’ perceptions and experiences of wellbeing in Ahmedabad, India.