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SRIRUPA ROY
srirupa@gmail.com; sroy@gwdg.de
Centre for Modern Indian Studies and Institute for Political Sciences
University of Göttingen
Waldweg 26, 37073 Göttingen, Germany
Phone: +49 551 39-12742 Fax: +49 551 39-14215
ACADEMIC POSITIONS
2011-present
2012-present
2012-2014
2006-2011
2008-2010
2006-2008
Spring 2006
2000-2006
1999-2000
Professor and Chair of State and Democracy, Centre for Modern Indian Studies
and Institute for Political Sciences, University of Göttingen, Germany.
Founding Co-Director, the CeMIS-CeMEAS Transregional Research Network,
(CETREN), University of Göttingen, Germany.
Director, Centre for Modern Indian Studies (CeMIS), University of Göttingen,
Germany.
Associate Professor of Political Science (tenured), Department of Political
Science, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Consultant, Inter-Asia Program, Social Science Research Council (SSRC), New
York.
Senior Advisor for International Collaboration, Social Science Research Council
(SSRC), New York.
Rustgi Faculty Fellow in South Asian Studies, Yale Council of International and
Area Studies and Department of Political Science, Yale University.
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of
Massachusetts, Amherst.
Rockefeller Humanities Postdoctoral Residential Fellow, International Center for
Advanced Studies, New York University.
EDUCATION
1999
Ph.D. in Political Science, University of Pennsylvania.
Fields of specialization: Comparative Politics; International Relations; South
Asian studies.
Dissertation awarded the UCLA-Sardar Patel Award for the best U.S. doctoral
dissertation on modern India, 2000.
1992
A.B. in Government, Dartmouth College, USA.
PUBLICATIONS
Monographs
2007
2007
1999
Beyond Belief: India and the politics of postcolonial nationalism. Duke
University Press, “Politics, History, and Culture” series.
Beyond Belief: India and the politics of postcolonial nationalism. (South Asia
edition). Permanent Black.
Divided We Stand: Diversity and National Identity in India.
Proquest/UMI: AAI9953588.
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Edited volumes (books and journal issues)
In Press
2012
2006
"Media and the Indian Elections" Special Issue of Television and New Media.
Co-edited with Paula Chakravartty. (Forthcoming March 2015)
Visualizing Secularism and Religion: Egypt, Lebanon, Turkey, India. Co-edited
with Alev Cinar and Maha Yahya. Univ. of Michigan Press.
Violence and Democracy in India. Co-edited with Amrita Basu. Seagull
Books/Berg Press.
Refereed journal articles
In Press
In Press
2014
2014
2013
2011
2010
2006
2006
2002
2001
1999
"Mediated Populism and the Indian Elections of 2014." With Paula Chakravartty.
Television and New Media (Forthcoming March 2015).
"Angry Citizens: Civic Anger and the Politics of Curative Democracy in India."
Identities (Accepted for publication, November 2014).
"Media, Activism, and the New Political: 'Istanbul Conversations' on New Media
and Left Politics." With Aswin Punathambekar, Tarek Sabry, and Sune
Haugbolle. Media, Culture & Society. 36.6, 1-12.
"Being the Change: The Aam Aadmi Party and the Politics of Extraordinariness
in Indian Democracy." Economic and Political Weekly. XLIX.15, 45-54.
"Media Pluralism Redux: Towards New Frameworks of Comparative Media
Studies 'Beyond the West'." With Paula Chakravartty. Political Communication.
30.3, 349-370.
“Television News and Democratic Change in India." Media, Culture & Society.
33.5, 761-777.
“Temple and Dam, Fez and Hat: The secular roots of religious politics in India
and Turkey.” Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics. 48.2, 148172.
“Seeing A State: National commemorations and the public sphere in India and
Turkey.” Comparative Studies in Society and History. 48.1, 200-234.
“A Symbol of Freedom: The Indian flag and transformations of Indian
nationalism, 1906-2002.” Journal of Asian Studies. August.
Awarded the best article prize by the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians
(2007).
“Moving Pictures: The postcolonial state and visual representations of India.”
Contributions to Indian Sociology. Vol. 36 (1 & 2): 33-63.
Reprinted in Sumathi Ramaswamy ed. Beyond Appearances. Sage Publications,
2003.
“Nation and Institution: Commemorating the Fiftieth anniversary of Indian
independence.” Interventions: The International Journal of Post-colonial
Studies. Vol. 3(2): 251-65.
“Instituting Diversity: Official nationalism in post-independence India.” South
Asia. Vol. XXII (1): 79-99.
Other articles
2007
“Obstacles as Rewards: Why collaborative research is worth the bother.” Coauthored with Alev Cinar and Maha Yahya. For the Social Science Research
Council website.
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Book chapters
In Press
2014
2009
2007
2004
2003
“Nehruvian.” In Gita Dharampal-Frick, Rachel Dwyer, Monika KirloskarSteinbach and Jahnavi Phalkey eds. Keywords in Modern Indian Studies. Oxford
University Press and New York University Press (expected publication date:
December 2014).
"When The Revolution Is Televised: Reflections on Media, Power, and Civil
Society in India." In Partha Chatterjee, Tapati Guha-Thakurta and Bodhisattva
Kar eds. New Cultural Histories of India. Oxford University Press.
“The Politics of Death: The Anti-Nuclear Imaginary in India.” In Itty Abraham
ed. Atomic Power and Nuclear Publics: Culture, state, and society in India and
Pakistan. Indiana University Press. (Indian edition: Orient Blackswan 2010).
“Elsewhere: Urban space, national time, and postcolonial difference in the steel
towns of India.” In Thomas Bender and Alev Cinar eds., Urban Imaginaries:
Locating the Modern City. University of Minnesota Press.
“Prose After Gujarat: Secularism, Violence, and Democracy in India.” Coauthored with Amrita Basu. In Mushirul Hasan ed., Will Secular India Survive?
Imprint One Press.
“Nuclear Frames: Official nationalism, the nuclear bomb, and the anti-nuclear
movement in India.” In M.V. Ramana and Rammanohar Reddy, eds. Prisoners of
the Nuclear Dream. Orient Longman Press.
Book reviews
2009
2005
2004
2002
Review of Shabnum Tejani, “Indian Secularism” (Indiana University Press,
2008) in American Historical Review.
Review of Rajeswari Sunder Rajan, “The Scandal of the State: Women, Law and
Citizenship in Postcolonial India” (Duke University Press, 2003) in Indian
Economic and Social History Review.
Review of Sankaran Krishna, “Postcolonial Insecurities: India, Sri Lanka, and the
Question of Nationhood” (University of Minnesota Press, 1999) in Theory and
Event.
Review of John Garver, “Protracted Contest: Sino-Indian Rivalry in the
Twentieth Century” (University of Washington Press, 2001) in Journal of Asian
Studies.
INSTITUTIONAL LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE
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Director, Centre for Modern Indian Studies, University of Göttingen.
Founding Director, CETREN, University of Göttingen (Network for transregional research funded by
the German Ministry of Higher Education, BMBF).
Senior Advisor and Steering Committee Member, Inter-Asia Program, SSRC, New York.
Graduate Program Director, University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
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FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS, AND AWARDS
2012-16
2012-2015
2007
2006-07
2005-06
2005-06
2004-2005
2003-2005
2002-2003
2000
2000
1999-2000
1999
1999
1998-1999
1996-1998
1996-1997
Co-Principal Investigator, BMBF grant for CETREN: A Transregional Research
Network, 1.3 million euros.
Lead Researcher, Carnegie Foundation grant to the SSRC-Yale University Transregional
Virtual Research Institute on Media, Activism, and the New Political (TVRI).
Best Article Award, Berkshire Conference of Women Historians (for the article “A
Symbol of Freedom: The Indian flag and transformations of Indian nationalism, 19062002.” Journal of Asian Studies 2006).
Senior Fellowship, American Institute of Indian Studies.
Faculty Research Grant, University of Massachusetts.
International Workshop Grant, South-South Exchange Programme for Research on the
History of Development (SEPHIS), The Netherlands.
Lilly Teaching Fellowship, University of Massachusetts.
International Collaborative Research Grant, Social Science Research Council, Middle
East and North Africa Program.
Faculty Research Grant, University of Massachusetts.
UCLA- Sardar Patel Award for the best U.S. doctoral dissertation on modern India.
Certificate of Congressional Recognition for the best doctoral dissertation on modern
India, U.S. House of Representatives.
Rockefeller Humanities Postdoctoral Residential Fellowship, International Center for
Advanced Studies, New York University.
Summer Fellowship, Solomon Asch Center for the Study of Ethnopolitical Conflict
(declined).
Postdoctoral Grant for International Research on Peace and Security, Social Science
Research Council-MacArthur Foundation Program.
School of Arts and Sciences Dissertation Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania
Dissertation Fellowship, Social Science Research Council-MacArthur Foundation
Program on International Peace and Security.
Penfeld Fellowship in International Affairs, University of Pennsylvania.
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
2013-present
2012-present
2012-2014
2012-13
2011-present
2009-present
2012-present
2008
2007
Member, Editorial Advisory Board, "Studies in Contemporary South Asia" book
series, Palgrave.
Member, International Advisory Team, World Social Science Fellows
Programme, International Social Science Council-UNESCO, Paris.
Lead Researcher, Transregional Virtual Research Institute (TVRI) on Media,
Activism, and the New Political, SSRC.
External Member, Directorship Search Committee, Human Sciences Section,
Max Planck Society, Germany.
Member, International Advisory Board, Asia Resarch Institute, National
University of Singapore.
Member, Steering Committee, SSRC Inter-Asia Initiative.
Member, Postdoctoral Fellowship Selection Committee, SSRC Inter-Asia
Initiative.
Consultant, SSRC-US Department of Education evaluation of Title VI funded
area studies centers for South Asia, Middle East, and Eurasia studies.
Member, APSA Congressional Fellowship Selection Committee (India).
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2008-2010
2006-07
2005-06
2004-05
2002-2004
2001-2003
Fall 2001
2009-present
2007
2006-present
2006-present
Spring 2006
Fall 2005
2001-2004
2000-present
Graduate Program Director, Department of Political Science, UMass-Amherst.
Member, Search Committee for Multi-Member Hiring Initiative, UMassAmherst.
Member, Search Committee for External Departmental Chair, UMass-Amherst.
Member, Search Committee for Horwitz Chair in Latin American Studies,
UMass-Amherst.
Member, University Research and Ethics Committee, UMass-Amherst.
Women’s Studies Executive Committee, UMass-Amherst.
Executive Board, Asian/Asian American Studies, UMass-Amherst.
Member, Steering Committee, SSRC Inter-Asia initiative.
Member, Fulbright India Fellowship Selection Committee.
Editorial Board Member, Critical Asian Studies.
Editorial Board Member, Ethnoscapes.
Consultant for International Collaboration, Social Science Research Council.
Participant, International Meeting on the Future of Collaboration in the Social
Sciences, Social Science Research Council (Funded by the National Science
Foundation and the European Social Research Council).
Invited Core Member, Network on South Asian Politics and Political Economy
(NETSAPPE). An initiative of the Ford Foundation and the University of
Michigan.
Reviewer:
Cornell University Press
Oxford University Press
Cambridge University Press
Duke University Press
Routledge Press
Perspectives on Politics
Comparative Politics
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research
Urban Research
Comparative Studies in Society and History
Journal of Asian Studies
Theory and Event
India Review
Radical History Review
Critical Asian Studies
Asian Security
Contributions to Indian Sociology
National Science Foundation (NSF), USA
Deutsche Stiftung Friedensforschung (DSF), Germany
Swiss National Science Foundation
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