Antu Saha (University of Delhi)
submitted: Sat, 28 Jul 2007 20:27:37 +0530
Dr. Antu Saha, PhD
c/o Prof. Subhadra Channa
Department of Anthropology
University of Delhi
Delhi 110007, INDIA
Desctiption of work:
Dr. Antu Saha did his undergraduate and post graduation from University of
Delhi and was awarded the doctorate degree by the Department of
Anthropology in 2007. He received the prestigious Nehru Fellowship
(awarded by the Indian state) in 2002 for his doctoral research and was
also selected for ICSSR (Indian Council for Social Science Research)
doctoral fellowship in the year 2003. Dr. Saha has been participating in
numerous seminars, both national and international, on border issues and
syncretic identities and his papers have been highly acclaimed. Presently
he is associated with the Department of Anthropology, University of Delhi
as a researcher.
Saha, Antu. 2006. "An Anthropologist in FOCUS". In Focus on Children Under
Six: Abridged Report December, 2006. Delhi: Mensa.
Saha, Antu. 2007. Ethnic Identity and the Religion in the India-Bangladesh
Borderlands. Mellen Press: New York.
A review of Giorgio Agamben's "Homo Sacer: Sovereign Power and Bare Life"
in a research seminar organized by Department Research group, Department
ofAnthropology, University of Delhi, Delhi, India. Date: 11th January
An academic paper title, "Border Economy and Ongoing Cultural Continuity:
A Reference to Indo-Bangla Border" was read in Second Indian
Anthropological Congress, organized by Indian National Confederation and
Academy of Anthropologists (INCAA) in Pune Univeristy, Pune, India, 21st
-23rd February, 2007.
An academic paper title, "Cultural Syncretism and National Identities: A
Case Study on the border land of Indo-Bangla" was read in an international
conference on "DIALOGUE ON DEMOCRACY AND PLURALISM IN SOUTH ASIA"
organized by Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, Funded by Ford Foundation in Indian International Centre, New
Delhi, May 1st -2nd, 2007.