Inequality and Poverty Research Programme

‘Ground Down by Growth’ Policy Brief 2018

Behind the Indian Boom: Inequality and Resistance at the heart of the economic growth

An exhibition of photographs curated by Simon Chambers and Alpa Shah.

13 October – 16 December 2017, Brunei Gallery, SOAS

15 January – 15 February 2018, LSE Atrium Gallery, Old Building

 

Neoliberalism, Social Oppression and Class Relations’ 25 January 2017 at the LSE. A Public Conference and Launch of ‘Ground Down by Growth: Tribe, Caste, Class and Inequality in 21st Century India’.

Ground Down By Growth: Tribe, Caste, Class and Inequality in 21st Century India

A public conference and book launch on 9 December 2017 at SOAS.

See also Ground Down By Growth: Tribe, Caste, Class and Inequality in 21st Century India by Alpa Shah, Jens Lerche, Richard Axelby, Dalel Benbabaali, Brendan Donegan, Jayaseelan Raj and Vikramditya Thakur. London: Pluto Press; Delhi: Oxford University Press.

 6 Adivasi fellows joined us at the LSE, 27th November -11th December.

The Inequality and Poverty Research Programme is funded by major awards from the UK Economic and Social Research Council and the EU European Research Council Starting Grant, led by Alpa Shah (LSE) and Jens Lerche (SOAS).