Agrarian concerns, Food security and Sustainability (APU)
Syllaabus: Agrarian concerns, Food security and Sustainability
Make Way! The Kwari Story
'Make Way! The Kwari story' is the second film in the Make Way! Series. The series explores the nuances of displacement, resettlement and rehabilitation in the context of an Adivasi community that subsists on land-based livelihoods in a semi-arid district of Central...
Make Way! The Kuno Story
'Make Way! : The Kuno story' - a film by Shankar Chandra is shot in and around the Kuno wildlife sanctuary in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. The film explores multiple meanings of forests for local, regional, national and global actors. The film uses their...
Agrarian Environments (AUD)
This course aims to provide a theoretical and practical understanding of agrarian change and rural livelihoods in the ‘marginal ecologies’ of the Global South. It deliberately focuses on the less-studied agrarian practices in upland and dryland regions, instead of...
Critical Agrarian Studies
This seminar aims (1) to provide participants a thorough grounding in some of the main debates in critical agrarian studies and a deepened appreciation for the connections between agriculture, trade, environment, climate, food, energy, water, health, technology,...
A brief documentary on grasslands under threat in Karnataka
Rural and Agrarian Studies
This course combines interdisciplinary perspectives and also integrates a comparative perspective to understanding India’s rural and agrarian cultures.
Agrarian India – Past and Present
This course uses interdisciplinary texts to give students a historical overview of agrarian India starting from the pre-colonial period, colonial impact and recurring famines to the community development programs and land reforms after independence.
The Geography of Food
This Article Selection has been created in order to highlight some of the huge body of research on the topic of Food across Geography, Planning and Development journals. In recent years, we have published an increasing number of articles on this topic, from a very...