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Dsouza, Rohan-ignatious

Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies (ASAFAS), Division of Global Area Studies Professor

Dsouza, Rohan-ignatious
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    Basic Information

    Academic Degree

    • M.A(Jawaharlal Nehru University,New Delhi)
    • Ph.D.(Jawaharlal Nehru University,New Delhi)

    Research History

    • From Apr. 2021, To Present
      Kyoto University, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies Division of Global Area Studies, Professor
    • From Oct. 2013, To Nov. 2013
      University of Pennsylvania, Centre for the Advanced Study of India, Visiting Fellowship
    • From Apr. 2012, To Sep. 2012
      University of Tokyo, Short Term Chair at the University of Tokyo ( Japan) as Visiting Professor of Contemporary Indian Studies by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations
    • From Jun. 2005, To Jul. 2005
      Australian National University, Resources Management Asia-Pacific, Short Term Visiting Fellow
    • From Sep. 2000, To Aug. 2002
      University of California, Berkeley, Energy and Resources Group; Department of City and Regional Planning, Ciriacy-Wantrup Postdoctoral Fellow
    • From Aug. 1999, To Aug. 2000
      Yale University, Agrarian Studies Program, Postdoctoral Fellow
    • From Apr. 2015, To Mar. 2021
      Kyoto University, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Associate Professor
    • From 2014, To 2015
      Shiv Nadar University, Department of History
    • From 2003, To 2015
      Jawaharlal Nehru University, Centre for Studies in Science Policy

    Language of Instruction

    • English

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      Research

      Research Interests

      • Hydraulic Transition
      • Modernity
      • Colonialism
      • Rivers

      Research Areas

      • Humanities & social sciences, History - Asia/Africa

      Papers

      • Environmental History of South Asia in the time of Hindutva
        Rohan D’Souza
        Environmental History, Oct. 2022, Peer-reviewed, Invited
      • Nostalgia to Melancholy: Towards a History of the Environmental History of South Asia in the Anthropocene
        Rohan D’Souza
        Comparativ, Jun. 2022, Peer-reviewed, Invited
      • Transformation as praxis: responding to climate change uncertainties in marginal environments in South Asia
        Lyla Mehta; Shilpi Srivastava; Synne Movik; Hans Nicolai Adam; Rohan D’Souza; Devanathan Parthasarathy; Lars Otto Naess; Nobuhito Ohte
        Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, Apr. 2021
      • Citizen, Consumer, User: Covid-19 and the Higher Education Churn in India
        ROHAN D’SOUZA
        The JMC Review, Nov. 2020
      • Richard Grove (1955-2020) and the Quest for Interdisciplinary Environmentalism
        Rohan D’Souza
        South Asian Studies, 02 Jul. 2020
      • Event, Process and Pulse: Resituating Floods in Environmental Histories of South Asia
        Rohan D'Souza
        Environment and History, 01 Feb. 2020, Peer-reviewed
      • ‘Should Clean Energy be Politics as Usual? Reflections on India’s Energy Transition Quest’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Georgetown Journal of Asian Affairs, Dec. 2019
      • Environmentalism and the Politics of Pre-emption: reconsidering South Asia’s environmental history in the epoch of the Anthropocene
        Rohan D'Souza
        Geoforum, May 2019, Peer-reviewed
      • ‘Environmental History of India: An Overview’
        S. Ravi Rajan; Rohan D’Souza
        S. Ravi Rajan and Lise Sedrez (ed.), The Great Convergence: Environmental Histories of BRICS, Oxford University Press: New Delhi 【Book article】, 2018
      • ‘Re-imagining the Northeast in India, Again: Did Geography Sidestep History in Vision (2020)?’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Bhagat Oinam and Dhiren A. Sadokpam (ed.), Northeast India : A Reader, Routledge: London 【Book article】, 2018
      • ‘Pulses against Volumes: Trans-boundary Rivers and Pan-Asian Connectivity’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Sumit Ganguly and Karen Stool Farell (ed.), Heading East: The Dynamics of Security, Trade, and Environment between India and Southeast Asia , Oxford University Press: New Delhi 【Book article】, 2016
      • ‘Nations without Borders: Climate Security and the South in the Epoch of the Anthropocene’
        Rohan Ignatious Dsouza
        Strategic Analysis, Nov. 2015
      • ‘Filling Multi-Purpose Reservoirs with Politics: Displacing the Modern Large Dam in India'
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Marcus Nusser (ed.), Large Dams in Asia: Contested Environments between Technological Hydroscapes and Social Resistance, Springer Academic Publishers: New York 【Book article】, 2014
      • ‘Towards an Environmental History of the Indus Water Treaty’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        N. Jayaram (ed.), Ideas, Institutions, Processes: Essays in Memory of Satish Saberwal, Orient BlackSwan: Hyderabad 【Book article】, 2014
      • ‘Mischievous Rivers and Evil Shoals: The English East India Company and the Colonial Resource Regime’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Vinita Damodaran, Anna Winterbottom and Alan Lester (ed.), East India Companies and the Natural World 1600-1850, Palgrave Macmillan: UK 【Book article】, 2014
      • ‘Sustainable Development’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        B.S.Chimni and Siddharth Mallavarapu (ed.), Handbook of International Relations, Pearson: India 【Book article】, 2012
      • ‘The Indus Water Treaty and Climate Change: An Environmental History of Hydro-politics’
        Rohan Ignatious Dsouza
        Journal of International Relations, 2011
      • ‘Seeing Like a River: The Bengal Presidency’s Hydraulic Transition’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Arun Bandopadhyay (ed.), Science and Society in India 1750-2000, Manohar: New Delhi 【Book article】, 2010
      • ‘From Damming Rivers to Linking Waters: Is this the Beginning of the End of Supply-Side Hydrology in India?’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Terje, T., Chapman, G. and Hagen, R. (ed.), A History of Water: Water, Geopolitics and the New World Order, Series II Volume 3, I.B. Tauris: London, New York 【Book article】, 2010
      • Framing India's hydraulic crises - The politics of the modern large dam
        Rohan D'Souza
        MONTHLY REVIEW-AN INDEPENDENT SOCIALIST MAGAZINE, Jul. 2008
      • ‘River- linking and its Discontents: The Final Plunge for Supply-Side Hydrology in India’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt & Robert J. Wasson (ed.), Water First; Issues and Challenges for Nations and Communities in South Asia, Sage: New Delhi 【Book article】, 2008
      • ‘Making Backwardness: How to Imagine the North-East as a Development Deficit’
        Rohan Ignatious Dsouza
        Eastern Quarterly, 2008
      • ‘From Natural Calamity to Natural Resource: Flood Control and the Politics of Natural Limits’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Amita Baviskar (ed.), Waterscapes: The Cultural Politics of a Natural Resource, Permanent Black: Ranikhet 【Book article】, 2007
      • ‘Water in British India: The Making of a ‘Colonial Hydrology’
        Rohan Ignatious Dsouza
        History Compass (Blackwell Publishers, UK), 2006
      • ‘Rigidity and the Affliction of Capitalist Property: Colonial Land Revenue and the Recasting of Nature’
        Rohan Ignatious Dsouza
        Studies in History, 2004
      • ‘Supply-Side Hydrology in India: The Last Gasp’
        Rohan Ignatious Dsouza
        Economic and Political Weekly, Sep. 2003
      • ‘Environmental Discourses and Environmental Politics’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Smithu Kothari et al, (ed.), The Value of Nature: Ecological Politics in India, Rainbow Publishers: New Delhi 【Book article】, 2003
      • Damming the Mahanadi river: The emergence of multi-purpose river valley development in India (1943-46)
        Rohan Ignatious Dsouza
        INDIAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL HISTORY REVIEW, Jan. 2003
      • ‘Canal Irrigation and the Conundrum of Flood Protection: The Failure of the Orissa Scheme of 1863 in Eastern India’
        Rohan Ignatious Dsouza
        Studies in History, 2003
      • ‘Crisis Before the Fall: Some Speculations on the Decline of the Ottomans, Safavids and Mughals’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Social Scientist, Sep. 2002
      • ‘Colonialism, Capitalism and Nature: Debating the Origins of the Mahanadi Delta’s Hydraulic Crisis (1803-1928)’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Economic and Political Weekly, Mar. 2002
      • Re-evaluating multi-purpose river valley projects - A case study of Hirakud, Ukai and IGNP
        R D'Souza; P Mukhopadhyay; A Kothari
        ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL WEEKLY, Feb. 1998

      Misc.

      • Citizen, Consumer, User: Covid-19, the Platform University and Higher Education in India’ in Maya John (ed.)
        Rohan D'Souza
        Debating Education in India: Issues and Concerns, Tulika Books, Jun. 2023, Peer-reviewed
      • Erica Gies, Water Always Wins: Thriving in an age of Drought and Deluge, University of Chicago Press
        Rohan D’Souza
        American Scientist, Nov. 2022, Invited
      • Why the idea of JNU is still worth fighting for
        Rohan D’Souza
        Scroll.in, 28 Sep. 2022
      • The Coming Disruption in Higher Education in India
        Rohan D’Souza
        The India Forum, 12 May 2022
      • The Risks of Looking at India’s History through the Eyes of Pseudo-Historians
        D’SOUZA Ignatious Rohan
        Oct. 2021
      • What lies behind China’s crackdown on ed-tech companies
        D’SOUZA Ignatious Rohan
        Indian Express, Sep. 2021
      • Has West Bengal Become a Regional Trap for the Narendra Modi Government ?
        D’SOUZA Ignatious Rohan; Rajesh Mahapatra
        The Wire, Jun. 2021
      • Times face-off: Will the proposed Ken-Betwa project solves the region’s water woes or destroy livelihoods and ecosystems? Experts are sharply divided
        D’SOUZA Ignatious Rohan
        Times of India, May 2021
      • Chipko to Climate Change
        D’SOUZA Ignatious Rohan; Harsh Dobhal
        HIMAL, May 2021
      • Can Brand Modi survive a Covid-transformed India?
        D’SOUZA Ignatious Rohan; Rajesh Mahapatra
        Scroll.In, May 2021
      • Making Sense of Rahul Gandhi’s Politics
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Hindu, Mar. 2021
      • Towards a University Platform
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        RAIOT, Jun. 2020
      • ‘Why the Indian Taxpayer Should Be Happy to Pay for Citizen Scholar Umar Khalid’
        Rohan D’Souza
        The Wire, May 2019
      • ‘Is land multi-dimensional or the inert grounds for politics and history?’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Many Lives of Land Moving the conversation from land to lands in contemporary India and beyond Initiative by Global Challenges Research Fund and Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford, Apr. 2019
      • Debjani Bhattacharyya, Empire and Ecology in the Bengal Delta: The Making of Calcutta
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2018, H-Net Reviews, Mar. 2019
      • Unruly Waters: how rains, rivers, coasts and seas have shaped Asia’s history
        Sunil Amrith
        American Scientist, Dec. 2018
      • ‘Does a Machine-Colonized Future await Indian Youth in the Era of Industry 4.0?’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        FIRSTPOST, November 11th, Nov. 2018
      • ‘By Pitting Wild Dogs Against Lions, Mohan Bhagwat Has Stirred a Forest of Metaphors’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Wire, September 11th, Sep. 2018
      • Daniel Haines, Rivers Divided: Indus basin Waters in the Making of India and Pakistan
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Oxford University Press: New York, 2016, H-Net Reviews, Dec. 2017
      • ‘Tagore’s idea of nationalism was alien to the Indian psyche’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Indian Express, November 21st, Nov. 2017
      • ‘The Dalit story in today’s India is no longer a side plot of class’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Hindustan Times, October 16th, Oct. 2017
      • ‘Army tank in JNU: should the sword be mightier than the pen?’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Hindustan Times, July 25th, Jul. 2017
      • ‘Srinivas Kuchibhotla murder: Why Modi’s nationalism no longer works for Indian-Americans’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Hindustan Times, March 05, Mar. 2017
      • ‘Carbon Forests and Rivers of Conflict: Writing South Asian Environmental History in the Epoch of the Anthropocene’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        RIHN 11th International Symposium Proceedings 【Working paper】, Mar. 2017
      • ‘Save university education: Keep politics away from the vice chancellor’s office’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Hindustan Times, February 23rd, Feb. 2017
      • Gareth Dale, Manu V. Mathai and Jose A. Puppim De Oiliveira (ed.), Green Growth: Ideology
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Political Economy and the Alternatives, Zed Books: London, 2016, Strategic Analysis, 2017
      • David Gilmartin, Blood and Water; the Indus River Basin in Modern History
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        University of California Press: Oakland, California, 2015, Agricultural History, 2017
      • Ben Campbell, Living between Juniper and Palm: Nature, Culture and Power in the Himalayas
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Oxford University Press: New Delhi, 2013 in Studies in Nepali History and Society, Jun. 2016
      • With Sushil Aaron, ‘BJP must get out of Election Mode to Govern’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Hindustan Times, May 23rd, May 2016
      • ‘JNU row: When dissent becomes sedition, democracy gasps for breath’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Hindustan Times, 14th February, Feb. 2016
      • ‘The Government must learn to leave Universities alone’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The WIRE, 18th February, Feb. 2016
      • ‘The Nationalist in the NRI’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Hindu, 11th December, Dec. 2015
      • ‘Mistaking a Scholar for a Bureaucrat’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Hindu, 24th September, Sep. 2015
      • ‘Historians prevent us from becoming a people without history’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Hindustan Times, 8th August, Aug. 2015
      • ‘Hardly the Soft Sciences’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Hindu, 10th June, Jun. 2015
      • ‘Disaster Research: The Quest for the New Normal’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Humanitarian Action after Nepal Earthquake, Agenda for IAP in Southasiadisaster.net, 2015
      • ‘Drainage, River Erosion and Chaurs: an environmental history of land in Colonial Eastern India’ 【Working paper】
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, Working Paper Series, History and Society 【Working paper】, 2015
      • Animal Kingdoms: Hunting, the Environment, and Power in the Indian Princely States
        Rohan D'Souza
        INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ASIAN STUDIES, 2014
      • ‘Peace is not possible and war is not an option! Should we still be ‘talking up’ non-traditional security?’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Strategic Analysis, 2014
      • The Bengal Delta: Ecology, State and Social Change, 1840-1943
        Rohan D'Souza
        INDIAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL HISTORY REVIEW, Oct. 2013
      • ‘Time to bridge this river divide’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Hindu, 13th September, Sep. 2013
      • Prakash Kumar, Indigo Plantations and Science in Colonial India
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2012 in The Book Review, Jun. 2013
      • ‘Environmental History and Climate Change: the modern flood in South Asia’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Vo Quang Trong and Nguyen Chi Ben (ed.), Museum & Cultural Heritage: Facing Climate Change (International Conference), Social Science Publishing House, Hanoi, 2013
      • ‘Damming Politics: India, China, and a Trans-Border River’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        India in Transition, Centre for the Advanced Study of India (CASI), University of Pennsylvania, 2013
      • ‘Comment’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Current Anthropology, Oct. 2012
      • ‘No more time for delays’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Hindustan Times, 26th August, Aug. 2012
      • B.G. Karlsson, Unruly Hills: Nature and Nation in India’s Northeast, New Delhi: Orient BlackSwan & Social Science Press, 2011
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Organization & Environment, 2012
      • ‘How not to discuss water with China’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Business Line, January 1st, Jan. 2012
      • ‘Floods and Climate Change: Sustainable Development and Other Imaginations’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        UN Chronicle, 2012
      • ‘Hydro-politics, the Indus Water treaty and Climate Change: writing a new script for the Indus rivers’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Re-Imagining the Indus, Report by the Observer Research Foundation & Lahore University of Management Sciences, Oct. 2011
      • ‘Hydro-Politics, The Indus Treaty and Climate Change’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        SEMINAR, Oct. 2011
      • Amit Bhaduri, Essays in the Reconstruction of Political Economy, New Delhi: Aakar, 2010 and idem., The Face you were Afraid to See: essays on the Indian Economy, India: Penguin Books, 2009
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Economic & Political Weekly, 2010
      • ‘The Indian Ocean: The History, Ecology and Making of a Community’
        Himanshu Prabha Ray; Rohan D’Souza; Gulshan Dietl
        Water: Culture, Politics and Management, Indian International Centre, Pearson: Delhi, Chennai, Chandigarh, 2010
      • Gunnel Cederlof Landscapes and the Law: Environmental Politics, Regional Histories and Contests over Nature, New Delhi: Permanent Black, 2008
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Economic & Political Weekly, Dec. 2009
      • ‘River as Resource and Land to Own: The Great Hydraulic Transition in Eastern India’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Asian Environments Shaping the World: Conceptions of Nature and Environmental Practices, National University of Singapore (Singapore) 【Working paper】, Mar. 2009
      • Triumph of the Expert: Agrarian doctrines of development and the legacies of British colonialism
        Rohan D'Souza
        ISIS, Sep. 2008
      • Aniket Alam, Becoming India: western Frontier Under British Rule, New Delhi Foundation Books, Cambridge University Press, 2008
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Economic and Political Weekly, 2008
      • Kaushik Roy, (ed.), War and Society in Colonial India (1807-1945, OUP: New Delhi, 2006
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Indian Historical Review, Jul. 2007
      • ‘Water as Dispute and Conflict’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Economic and Political Weekly, Apr. 2007
      • Archana Prasad, Environmentalism and the Politics of the Left, Left Word
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Social Scientist, 2007
      • Lyla Mehta, The Politics and Poetics of Water: Naturalising Scarcity in Western India, Orient Longman: Hyderabad, 2005
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        SEMINAR, Aug. 2006
      • Global intelligence and human development: Towards an ecology of global learning
        R D'Souza
        MINERVA, Jun. 2006
      • ‘The OBC quota and the “New Economy’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        SEMINAR, Jun. 2006
      • Joan Martinez Alier, The environmentalisms of the Poor: A study of Ecological Conflicts and valuation, Oxford University Press: New Delhi, 2004
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Book Review, 2006
      • Gary Nabhan, Why Some Like it Hot: Food, Genes and Cultural Diversity, Island Press: Washington DC, 2004
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        TerraGreen, 2006
      • Ganesh P. Shivakoti, Douglas L. Vermillion, Wai-Fung Lam, Elinor Ostrom, Ujjwal Pradhan and Robert Yoder ( eds), Asian Irrigation in Transition: responding to Challenges , New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2005
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Science, Technology & Society, 2006
      • Richard Drayton, Nature’s Government: Science, Imperial Britain, and the ‘Improvement’ of the World, Orient Longman, Hyderabad, 2005 (Indian Edition)
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Economic and Political Weekly, 2006
      • ‘All dressed and nowhere to Go’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Hardnews, 2006
      • ‘Benign Capitalism by Another Name: Understanding Collapse’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Conservation and Society, 2005
      • Arun Kumar Singh. Privatization of Rivers in India, Vikas Adhyayan Kendra: Mumbai, 2004 and idem, Inter-linking of rivers in India: A Preliminary Assessment, The Other Media: New Delhi, 2003
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        SEMINAR, Dec. 2004
      • Imperialism, nationalism and the making of the Indian capitalist class
        R D'Souza
        INDIAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL HISTORY REVIEW, Jul. 2004
      • Ramaswamy R. Iyer, WATER: Perspectives, Issues, Concerns, Sage Publications: New Delhi, 2003
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        SEMINAR, May 2004
      • ‘Workshop Report’
        V.V. Krishna; Rohan D’Souza
        Science, Technology & Society, 2004
      • ‘Some Reflections on Democracy and JNUSU’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        30 Years in Defence of Progressive, Democratic and Secular Culture, Jawaharlal Nehru University Student’s Union, JK Offset Printers: Delhi, 2004
      • Dinesh Kumar Mishra, Living with the Politics of Floods: The Mystery of Flood Control, Peoples’ Science Institute, Dehradun, 2000
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        SEMINAR, Sep. 2003
      • K.V. Raju, G.K. Karanth, M.J.Bhende, D.Rajasekar, K.S.Gayathridevi, Rejuvenating Tanks: A Socio-Ecological Approach, Books for Change: Bangalore, 2003
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Hindu, Jan. 2003
      • ‘Linking Rivers: Hydraulic Suicide’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Hindu: The Survey of the Environment, 2003, 2003
      • ‘Nature, Conservation and Environmental History: A review of some recent environmental writings on South Asia’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Conservation and Society, 2003
      • ‘Another Disaster in the Making: The Politics to Interlink Rivers in India’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        HIMAL, Dec. 2002
      • ‘Capitalism’s Ecological Crisis’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        SEMINAR, Aug. 2002
      • ‘Hundreds Flooded by India’s Hirakud Dam’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        World River’s Review, International Rivers Network, Berkeley, Aug. 2001
      • ‘Politics, not Nature made Orissa floods calamitous’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Telegraph (Kolkotta), July 25, 2001. Republished as ‘Hundreds Flooded by India’s Hirakud Dam: Politics, Not Nature Made Orissa Floods Calamitous’ in World Rivers Review, 2001
      • ‘Why Ambedkerites should be against Large Dams’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        SEMINAR, Dec. 2000
      • Anil Agrawal, Sunita Narain and Srabani Sen (eds), The Citizen’s Fifth Report: State of India’s Environment Series (Part I and II ), Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi, 1999
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        SEMINAR, Feb. 2000
      • Edited issue on Floods with introduction ‘The Problem’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        SEMINAR, Jun. 1999
      • ‘Environmental History: Whatever Happened to Colonialism?’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Book Review, Oct. 1998
      • Amita Baviskar, In the Belly of the River: tribal conflicts and development in the Narmada valley
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        SEMINAR, Feb. 1998
      • ‘The Politics of Flood Control’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Ecologist Asia, 1998
      • ‘Transport before the Railways’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Economic & Political Weekly, Apr. 1997
      • ‘Spiti: Kul Waters From Glaciers’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Agarwal & Narain (ed.), Dying Wisdom: Rise, Fall and Potential of India's Traditional Water Harvesting Systems, Fourth State of India's Environment Citizen's Report, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi, 1997
      • ‘Floods, Embankments and Canals: The Colonial Experience in Orissa (1803-1928)’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Working Paper, 3rd Series, no. VI, Centre for Contemporary Studies, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi 【Working paper】, Sep. 1996
      • Ben Crow with Alan Lindquist and David Wilson, Sharing the Ganges: The politics and technology of river development, Sage Publications, New Delhi and Thousand Oaks, California, 1995
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        SEMINAR, Feb. 1996
      • Biswamoy Pati, Resisting Domination: Peasants, Tribals and the National Movement in Orissa 1920-50, Manohar: New Delhi, 1993
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Indian Economic and Social History Review, 1995
      • ‘Socialism and Immortality’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Mainstream, Aug. 1993
      • ‘Himalayan Water-sharing System Endangered’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Down To Earth, Centre for Science and Environment, Apr. 1993

      Presentations

      • SILT, FISH AND ENGINEERS: The Great Hydraulic Transition in British India
        Rohan D’Souza
        Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München, Germany, 17 Jul. 2023, Invited
      • ‘Are we all in this together"? : Colonialism, Environmental History and the Anthropocene in South Asia
        Rohan D'Souza
        Global Health Histories III: (More than) Human Agency in the Anthropocene, University of Leipzig, Germany, 13 Jul. 2023, Invited
      • Fins in the Inland Ocean: How Modern Rivers Discovered Their pulse in British India
        Rohan D’Souza
        Global Asia Initiative Workshop titled “Histories and Society in the Hydrosphere”, 28 Apr. 2023, Invited
      • Who really understands rivers ? Engineers, Environmental historians and flooding in South Asia
        Rohan D'Souza
        International Seminar: Environmental Humanism: Recent Trends and Future Dimensions , Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata, India, 13 Jan. 2023, Invited
      • Nehru and the ‘Anti-Heroes’ of Science in Decolonizing India
        Rohan D’Souza
        Science Humanism and the Making of Modern India, 09 Jan. 2023, Invited
      • Is it better to trust the environmental historian with her 'facts' than the Engineer with his 'politics' when dealing with floods in South Asia?
        Rohan D’Souza
        01 Dec. 2022, Department of History, Seminar, Manchester University, Invited
      • Future Natures: The New Environmentalism in Anthropocene South Asia
        Rohan D’Souza
        28 Nov. 2022, Centre for World Environmental History, University of Sussex, Invited
      • Post-Covid Imaginings and the Rise and Fall of India’s Ed-tech Boom
        Rohan D’Souza
        South Asian Pluralities, Annual Symposium, 21 Nov. 2022, New Zealand South Asian Centre, Canterbury University, Invited
      • On Sustainability: Will Economists benefit from talking to Environmental Historians?
        Rohan D’Souza
        Colloquy on Interrogating Sustainability, 04 Sep. 2022, Orissa Economics Association, Invited
      • Themes and Debates: An introduction to the Environmental History of South Asia
        01 Jun. 2022, Department of History, Sun Yat-sen University, Invited
      • Contact-Tracing and Imagining post-Covid 19 Futures
        Rohan D’Souza
        Science and Society, Online International Conference, 23 Feb. 2022, Miranda House, Delhi University, Invited
      • The coming disruption in Indian Higher Education
        Rohan D’Souza
        Odisha Dialogues, 25 Jun. 2022, Odisha Dialogues
      • Rain and Concrete: Can we change the “Flooding Cities” narrative in Anthropocene South Asia
        D’SOUZA Ignatious Rohan; Prof. Lyla Mehta
        The City and Environmental History in Colonial and Post-Colonial South Asia, Institute of South Asian Studies- University of Southhampton and National University of Singapore, ISAS-UOS CONFERENCE
      • ‘Populism with Indian Characteristics: Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and the Making of Modi’s ‘New India
        D’SOUZA Ignatious Rohan
        Global Populism and Governance, Global Public Policy and Governance Institute for Global Public Policy
      • Damming Politics: India, China, and Trans-Border Rivers’ in Contrasting China's Relationship with South and Southeast Asia: The Belt and Road Initiative, Hydropolitics, and Hydropower
        D’SOUZA Ignatious Rohan
        China and Global Development Series, 08 Jun. 2021
      • Building a Resilient Coastal Odisha
        D’SOUZA Ignatious Rohan
        Odisha Dialogues, 05 Jun. 2021
      • Has Climate Change helped Asia fall in love with large dams all over again?
        D’SOUZA Ignatious Rohan
        Centre for World Environmental History, 12 Mar. 2021, Sussex University
      • Should we bet more on Historians and depend less on Engineers to sort out India’s Challenges with Flooding?
        D’SOUZA Ignatious Rohan
        07 Dec. 2020, The Center for Environment, Climate Change and Sustainable Development (CECCSD) at IMPRI, India Water Portal, and Department of Energy and Environment, TERI School of Advanced Studies (TERI SAS)
      • Engineers, Silt, Mud and Fish: Floods and the Making of Modern Rivers in Colonial South Asia
        D’SOUZA Ignatious Rohan
        Karwaan : The Heritage Exploration Initiative, 23 Nov. 2020
      • Are Environmental Histories of South Asia Still Possible in the Epoch of the Anthropocene
        D’SOUZA Ignatious Rohan
        28 Oct. 2020, Ashoka University
      • Contact Tracing: A Few Imaginations
        D’SOUZA Ignatious Rohan
        Webinar Series [Social Spiral: Pandemic, Uncertainty and Hope, 02 Jul. 2020, St. Xaviers College
      • Locking Down Dreams and Quarantining Hopes: Contact-Tracing a few imaginings on post-Covid-19 futures
        D’SOUZA Ignatious Rohan
        Authors' E-workshop (Webinar), 20 Jun. 2020, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
      • ‘The Impossible Dream: Education, Jobs and the Indian Middle class in the Digital Age’
        03 Dec. 2019
      • The Great Hydraulic Transition: colonial engineering and the making of modern rivers in South Asia
        Rohan D’Souza
        23 Sep. 2019, Centre for India and South Asia Research
      • Futures without a Past: are environmental histories of South Asia still possible in the Epoch of Humans (the Anthropocene) ?
        17 Sep. 2019
      • ‘Straight Channels and Drained Swamps: Resituating River Control and ‘Wetland Cultures’ in China and India’
        Christopher Courtney; Rohan D’Souza
        Rivers in the Anthropocene: Global Challenges and Local Responses, 06 Jul. 2019
      • The Great Hydraulic Transition: Colonial engineering and the mak ing of modern rivers in South Asia’【Paper Presented】
      • Art, Environmental History and the “Politics of Nature” in the Anthropocene
        Rohan D’Souza
        Mayday Artists, Activists and Environmental Historians Conference, 01 May 2019
      • ‘The Great Hydraulic Transition : Colonial engineering and the making of modern rivers in South Asia’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Rising Waters: After Engineering, Rivers and the Life of Floods, the PENN program for Environmental Studies, University of Pennsylvania and Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Main Campus, Mumbai, India, 07 Jan. 2019
      • ‘Amphibians to Reptiles: How Colonial Eastern India became ‘land centred’ and ‘flood vulnerable’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Multi-dimensionalising Land, Workshop, Organized by the Land Global Challenges Research Fund and Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford, International Centre, Goa, Dona Paula, India, 20 Dec. 2018
      • ‘Environmental Change and the Politics of Pre-emption: Reconsidering Environmental Histories of South Asia in the Anthropocene’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Histories & Ecologies of Health International Conference, Centennial Campus, The University of Hong Kong, 13 Dec. 2018
      • ‘Anthropocene Rain and Soaked Concrete: can policy-making rescue the ‘flooded Asian City ?’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Water Heritage in Asian Cities, Symposium, Academy of Social Sciences, (Shanghai, China), 29 Nov. 2018
      • ‘Are Environmental Histories of South Asia still possible in the Epoch of the Anthropocene ?’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Panel C55-08 : The Anthropocene in Asia (Wednesday 26th September, 2018) in World Social Science Forum: Security and Equality for Sustainable Futures, Fukuoka, Japan, 25 Nov. 2018
      • ‘Connectivity has no Pulse: rivers as a biological challenge to infrastructure in Asia’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        workshop titled Development Corridors and the Sustainability Challenge: land, water, livelihoods, Omeo Kumar Das Institute of Social Change and Development, Guwahati, Assam, 29 Sep. 2018
      • ‘Alternative Imaginations and Zero-Sum Games: Reconceptualizing the Trans-Boundary River Challenge for China and India’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Second China-India Workshop on Development and Governance, Dr. Seaker Chan Center for Comparative Political Development Studies, Fudan University 【Paper Presented】, 08 Jun. 2018
      • ‘National Culture to Consumer to Citizen of the World: Reflections on Higher Education and the University System in the Epoch of the Anthropocene’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Conference on Innovation in Education, Tianjin University of Finance and Economics, China 【Paper Presented】, 25 May 2018
      • ‘Environmental History and the Humanities for South Asia: reconsidering large dams and resource politics in the Anthropocene’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        International Workshop on Environmental Humanities in Asia: Ecological Crisis and Cultural Responses, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Hong Kong 【Paper Presented】, 10 Apr. 2018
      • Re-imagining the North East in India: Did Geography Sidestep History in Vision (2020)?
        Rohanignatious Dsouza; Dr. Pallavi Bhatte
        This Presentation jointly made with Dr. Pallavi Bhatte (Kyoto University), North-East India & Japan Cultural Symposium, Imphal (Manipur) 27th-28th February 2018 Presidency College, Motbung, India, 28 Feb. 2018
      • ‘The Great Hydraulic Transition: Colonial engineering and the making of Modern Rivers in South Asia’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Asian Research Institute, National University Singapore, Singapore, 04 Sep. 2017
      • ‘Sustainability against “Safe Operating Space”: India’s cusec-megawatt rivers and writing environmental history in the Anthropocene’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Environmental Justice and Sustainable Citizenship, Global Asia Initiative (GAI) at Duke and Duke Kunshan University, Conference on Environmental Humanities in Asia, Kunshan (China) 【Paper Presented】, 22 May 2017
      • ‘Writing South Asian Environmental History in the Epoch of the Anthropocene’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        International Conference on Bihar and Jharkhand: Shared History to Shared Vision, ADRI Silver Jubilee Celebration 2016-17, Patna (Bihar), and at the World Social Science Forum, Fukuoka, 25-28th September, 2018, 26 Mar. 2017
      • ‘Carbon Forests and Rivers of Conflict: Writing South Asian Environmental History in the Epoch of the Anthropocene’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Asia’s Transformations to Sustainability: Past, Present and Future of the Anthropocene, The Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, National Institutes for the Humanities, Inter-University Research Institute Corporation, Kyoto 【Paper Presented】, 10 Mar. 2017
      • ‘All Unquiet on the ‘Great Himalayan Watershed’: India, China, Bangladesh and a Trans-Boundary River’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Dynamic Borderlands: Livelihoods, Communities and Flows, 5th Conference of the Asian Borderlands Research Network, Kathmandu (Nepal) 【Paper Presented】, 12 Dec. 2016
      • ‘Floods, Disasters and Re-tooling History Can cross-disciplinary dialogues help Policy-making?’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Conference on Disastrous Pasts: New Directions in Asian Disaster History 【Paper Presented】, 21 Nov. 2016
      • ‘Development against Economic Growth: Reconsidering Debates in South Asian Environmental History’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        International Workshop: Environment in Asia: interdisciplinary discussions and future directions National University of Singapore, 11 Nov. 2015, Invited
      • ‘Historical responsibility’ and the problems of writing South Asian environmental history in the epoch of the Anthropocene’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Conference on Resource Politics: Transforming Pathways to Sustainability, STEPS Centre, Sussex University, 07 Sep. 2015, Invited
      • ‘Hydrology as Ideology: water, power and environmental history in South Asia’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        MSc Environmental Governance, 10th Generation Anniversary (November 2014), Sustainability Power and Change, Institute for Environmental Social Sciences and Geography, University of Freiburg, Germany, 11 Nov. 2014
      • ‘Writing South Asian Environmental Histories in the Epoch of the Anthropocene’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Dialogues on Environmental History for the BRICS in Fundação Casa de Rui Barbosa, and the Programa de Pós-Graduação em História Social da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro - PPGHIS/UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) 【Paper Presented】, 26 Aug. 2014
      • ‘The Great Hydraulic Transition: Modern Origins of Land and Rivers in South Asia’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        School of Asian and African Studies, Kyoto University, 01 Apr. 2014
      • ‘Drainage, River Erosion and Chaurs: an environmental history of land in Colonial Eastern India’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Environmental Histories: Pasts and Futures, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library (New Delhi) 【Paper Presented】, 21 Mar. 2014
      • ‘Bridging the River Divide: The Politics of River Water Sharing in South Asia’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        South Asia University, New Delhi, 23 Jan. 2014
      • ‘Under the Theme ‘The Great Hydraulic Transition in South Asia’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Geography Department (Indiana, Bloomington), November 15th 2013; CASI (University of Pennsylvania) December 5th 2013 and New School (New York), 12th December, 2013, 15 Nov. 2013
      • ‘Cusec Deadlock: India, Pakistan and the Indus Water Treaty (IWT) in the time of Hydro-politics’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, Oslo, 13 Jun. 2013
      • ‘Colonial Watershed or Socio-Natures: writing South Asian environmental histories in the epoch of the anthropocene’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Ecology and Society Workshop at The Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, 24 May 2013, Invited
      • ‘The Security and Insecurity of Water in South Asia’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Conference, Tapping the Turn: water’s social dimensions, Australian National University, 15 Nov. 2012, Invited
      • ‘The Geology of Morals and the Politics of Nature’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        the Indian Institute of Sciences, Bangalore, 20 Oct. 2012
      • ‘The Making of the Modern Flood: Chronicling the Great Hydraulic Transition in South Asia’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        International Conference on Cultural Heritages in the Mekong River Basin and Ganges River Region Facing Global Climate Changes, Vietnam Museum of Ethnology & Vietnam Institute of Culture and Arts Studies, Hue (Vietnam) 【Paper Presented】, 11 Jun. 2012
      • ‘Conflict against Security: the search for a water paradigm for South Asia’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Environment, Inequality, and Conflict, Indian Statistical Institute ( New Delhi) and Centre for Equality and Social Opportunity (ESOP), University of Oslo, 28 Mar. 2012
      • ‘When Soil and Water Do Not Mix: towards a history of drainage in India’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Environmental Issues in India, Institute of Life Long Learning , Department of History, University of Delhi and Indraprastha College, University of Delhi, 16 Mar. 2012
      • ‘Cusec Deadlock: Is there another script possible for the Indus rivers?’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        New Frontiers of Indian Foreign Policy National Conference, Panjab University, Chandigarh, 15 Mar. 2012
      • ‘Controlling Nature and Technology as Triumph: Is the idea of Progress sustainable?’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The History of Science and Technology in 20th Century India, Centre for Contemporary Studies, Indian Institute of Science and Indian National Science Academy, (Bangalore), 15 Oct. 2011
      • ‘Nature of Money versus the Value of Conservation: Should Natural Endowments replace Ecological Services’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Student Conference on Conservation Science, National Centre for Biological Sciences (Bangalore), 14 Sep. 2011
      • ‘Flood Control, Water Histories and Environmental Security: Rethinking Bangladesh-India Dialogues’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Special Short Term Course on India Bangladesh, Gangtok, Sikkim University, 09 Sep. 2011
      • ‘From Conflict to Securitization: The Making of Another Hydraulic Paradigm in India?’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Water Security in South Asia, Peace Research Institute Oslo (Norway) 【Paper Presented】, 14 Jun. 2011
      • ‘Cusec Deadlock: The Indus and Hydropolitics in a Fault Zone’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Blue Revolution: Charting South Asia’s Water Future, Observer Research Foundation, Delhi, 11 Apr. 2011
      • ‘Water as a source of conflict’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        India, Pakistan & Regional Stability Round Table Programme, Dept. of War Studies, King’s College, London, 29 Mar. 2011
      • ‘Making Modern Flows: The Great Hydraulic Transition in Colonial India’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Understanding Global India: The South Asian Path of Development and its Possibilities, Kyoto University, (Japan) 【Paper Presented】, 29 Jan. 2011
      • ‘Making Modern Flows: The Great Hydraulic Transition in South Asia’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Panel: the Environmental History of India (part 2), American History Association, Boston 【Paper Presented】, 06 Jan. 2011
      • ‘Social-Natures and Environmental Change: Should environmental histories trump environmental economics?’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Changing Nature ─ Changing Sciences, 13 Dec. 2010
      • ‘Nature as calamity and development as triumph: is the idea of progress sustainable?’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Symposium on Ecosystem and Development, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Sweden, 24 Nov. 2010
      • ‘Human Security Issues in South Asia: Water conflicts in India’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        International Post-Graduate Program in Human Security at Tohoko University, Japan 【Paper Presented】, 14 Jan. 2010
      • ‘Improvements for progress: Hydraulic transformations in Colonial South Asia’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        79th Anglo-American Conference of Historians, Senate House, University of London 【Paper Presented】, 01 Jan. 2010
      • ‘From Damming Rivers to Linking Waters: Is this the beginning of the end of Supply-Side Hydrology in India?’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        The Currents of Power: Water and the New World Order, Centre for Advanced Studies, Oslo, (Norway) 【Paper Presented】, 20 Apr. 2009
      • ‘River as Resource and Land to Own: The Great Hydraulic Transition in Eastern India’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Asian Environments Shaping the World: Conceptions of Nature and Environmental Practices, National University of Singapore (Singapore) 【Paper Presented】, 19 Mar. 2009
      • ‘Does History Matter: Rethinking Modern Irrigation in India’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Conference on water Law reforms and the Right to water: Lessons from India, International Environmental Law Research centre (IELRC), Geneva, Switzerland 【Paper Presented】, 23 Jan. 2009
      • ‘Debating the Nehru Legacy: Flood Control and the Making of Modern India’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        India International Centre, (NEW DELHI), FRONTIERS OF HISTORY 【Paper Presented】, 22 Sep. 2008
      • ‘Framing India’s Hydraulic Crisis: The Politics of the Modern Large dam in India’ Large Dams, Hydropower and Northeast India’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Guwahati, (Assam), Panos South Asia & Kalpavriksh Media Dialogue, 01 Sep. 2008
      • ‘Reconsiderations on Capitalism and the ‘ Natural Calamity’, Researching Disasters: Prospects and Dilemmas’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Researching Disasters: Prospects and Dilemmas, International Roundtable Conference, Jamsetji Tata Centre for Disaster Management, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, (Mumbai), 04 Feb. 2008
      • ‘Development: Issues and Challenges’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Towards a New Understanding of North-East India, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University 【Paper Presented】, 23 Jan. 2008
      • ‘Mischievous Rivers and Evil Shoals : The English East India Company and the Colonial Resource Regime.’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Workshop titled: East India Company and the Natural World at the Centre for World Environmental History, University of Sussex 【Paper Presented】, 08 Jun. 2007
      • ‘Rewriting the Script on Large Dams and Conflict in India’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        International workshop on Water Access and Conflicts: Implications for Governance in South Asia. SaciWATERs: South Asia Consortium for Interdisciplinary Water Resources Studies, Chennai 【Paper Presented】, 21 Mar. 2007
      • ‘Debating the Great Hydraulic Transition in Eastern India’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Lecture presentation in Japanese Association for South Asian Studies (JASAS), Osaka City University 【Paper Presented】, 05 Sep. 2006
      • ‘Flooding and the Political Ecology of Resilience’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Seminar and Lecture Series Colonial Matters and Materialities: Discussions on Technology, Culture and Economy, Institute of Advanced Studies, Lancaster Universities 【Paper Presented】, 16 Nov. 2005
      • ‘The Great Hydraulic Transition: Colonial Rule and Making the Bengal Delta’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Seminar and Lecture Series Colonial Matters and Materialities: Discussions on Technology, Culture and Economy, Institute of Advanced Studies, Lancaster Universities 【Paper Presented】, 15 Nov. 2005
      • ‘The Conceptual World of the “Skeptical Environmentalist”: Putting Lomborg’s Environmental Facts in their Place’
        Rohanignatious Dsouza
        Resource Management in Asia-Pacific, Australian National University 【Paper Presented】, 28 Jun. 2005
      • Corinna R. Unger, Nicholas Ferns, Jack Loveridge and Iris Borowy, (eds), Perspectives on the History of Global Development
        Rohan D’Souza, Was the large dam a “Modern Temple”?: Taking Stock of India's tryst with the Bhakra-Nangal
        De Gruyter Oldenbourg, Berlin/Boston, 2022
      • TERRA AQUA: The Amphibious Lifeworlds of coastal societies and the maritime global South
        Rohan D’Souza, Contributor, Source to Mouth: Engineers, Rivers, Coast and the Bengal Delta (1750-1918)
        Routledge (Ocean and Islands book series), 2022, Refereed
      • "Carbon Forest and the River of Conflict: The Anthropocene as Seen from the Historical Narratives of South Asia"
        Rohan D’Souza; Masahiro Terada; Daniel Niles, Contributor, 炭素の森と紛争の河――南アジアの歴史叙述から見た人新世
        京都大学学術出版会, Mar. 2021
      • The Politics of Climate Change and Uncertainty in India
        Vinita Damodaran; Rohan D’Souza; Subir Dey, Uncertainty and Environmental Change: Kutch and the Sundarbans as environmental histories of climate change
        Routledge: London, 2021, Refereed
      • Innovation in Education
        Imtiaz Ahmed; Liyan Zhang, Contributor, Hindutva and the Political Citizen: Unmaking Higher Education in Modi’s India
        Pathak Shamabesh: Bangladesh, 2021, Refereed
      • Covid-19 Imaginings and the Zoom to a University Platform
        Contributor, Covid-19: the other side of living through a pandemic
        Pathak Shambesh: Bangladesh, 2021
      • Commonwealth forestry and environmental history : empire, forests and colonial environments in Africa, the Caribbean and South Asia and New Zealand
        Damodaran, Vinita; D'Souza, Rohan
        Primus Books, Mar. 2020
      • Geography in Britain after World War II: Nature, Climate, and the Etchings of Time
        Max Martin; Vinita; Damodaran; Rohan D'Souza, Joint work
        Palgrave Macmillan, Dec. 2019
      • Commonwealth Forestry and Environmental History: Empire Forests and Colonial Environments in Africa, the Caribbean, South Asia and New Zealand
        Vinita Damodaran; Rohan D’Souza, Joint editor
        Primus Books: New Delhi, 2019, Not refereed
      • Environment, Technology and Development: Critical and Subversive Essays [Economic and Political Weekly Series]
        Rohanignatious Dsouza, Editor
        Orient BlackSwan: Hyderabad, 2012, Not refereed
      • The British Empire and the Natural World: Environmental Encounters in South Asia
        Deepak Kumar; Vinita Damodaran; Rohan D’Souza, Joint editor
        Oxford University Press: New Delhi, 2011, Not refereed
      • Drowned and Dammed: Colonial Capitalism and Flood control in Eastern India (1803-1946)
        Rohanignatious Dsouza, Single work
        Oxford University Press: New Delhi, 2006, Not refereed
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        Education

        Teaching subject(s)

        • From 01 Apr. 2023, To 31 Mar. 2024
          Environmental Histories of South Asia-E2
          H801, Fall, Institute for Liberal Arts and Sciences, 2
        • From 01 Apr. 2023, To 31 Mar. 2024
          Environmental Anthropology-E2
          H589, Spring, Institute for Liberal Arts and Sciences, 2
        • From 01 Apr. 2023, To 31 Mar. 2024
          Philosophy of Modern Science-E2
          H154, Fall, Institute for Liberal Arts and Sciences, 2
        • From 01 Apr. 2023, To 31 Mar. 2024
          History of Modern Science-E2
          H151, Spring, Institute for Liberal Arts and Sciences, 2
        • From 01 Apr. 2023, To 31 Mar. 2024
          Sustainable Humanospher and Environment
          3116, Fall, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, 2
        • From 01 Apr. 2022, To 31 Mar. 2023
          Sustainable Humanospher and Environment
          3116, Fall, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, 2
        • From 01 Apr. 2022, To 31 Mar. 2023
          Philosophy of Modern Science-E2
          H154, Fall, Institute for Liberal Arts and Sciences, 2
        • From 01 Apr. 2022, To 31 Mar. 2023
          Environmental Anthropology-E2
          H589, Spring, Institute for Liberal Arts and Sciences, 2
        • From 01 Apr. 2022, To 31 Mar. 2023
          History of Modern Science-E2
          H151, Spring, Institute for Liberal Arts and Sciences, 2
        • From 01 Apr. 2022, To 31 Mar. 2023
          Environmental Histories of South Asia-E2
          H801, Fall, Institute for Liberal Arts and Sciences, 2
        • From Apr. 2015, To Mar. 2016
          Environmental Histories of South Asia
          Fall, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2015, To Mar. 2016
          History & Philosophy of Modern Science I
          Fall, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2016, To Mar. 2017
          Environmental Anthropology-E2
          Spring, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2016, To Mar. 2017
          Environmental Histories of South Asia-E2
          Fall, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2016, To Mar. 2017
          History of Modern Science-E2
          Spring, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2016, To Mar. 2017
          ILAS Seminar-E2
          Spring, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2016, To Mar. 2017
          Philosophy of Modern Science-E2
          Fall, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2016, To Mar. 2017
          Sustainable Humanospher and Environment
          Fall, アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科
        • From Apr. 2017, To Mar. 2018
          Environmental Anthropology-E2
          Spring, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2017, To Mar. 2018
          Environmental Histories of South Asia-E2
          Fall, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2017, To Mar. 2018
          History of Modern Science-E2
          Spring, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2017, To Mar. 2018
          Philosophy of Modern Science-E2
          Fall, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2017, To Mar. 2018
          Sustainable Humanospher and Environment
          Fall, アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科
        • From Apr. 2018, To Mar. 2019
          Environmental Anthropology-E2
          Spring, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2018, To Mar. 2019
          Environmental Histories of South Asia-E2
          Fall, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2018, To Mar. 2019
          History of Modern Science-E2
          Spring, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2018, To Mar. 2019
          Philosophy of Modern Science-E2
          Fall, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2018, To Mar. 2019
          Sustainable Humanospher and Environment
          Fall, アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科
        • From Apr. 2019, To Mar. 2020
          Environmental Anthropology-E2
          Spring, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2019, To Mar. 2020
          Environmental Histories of South Asia-E2
          Fall, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2019, To Mar. 2020
          History of Modern Science-E2
          Spring, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2019, To Mar. 2020
          Philosophy of Modern Science-E2
          Fall, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2019, To Mar. 2020
          Sustainable Humanospher and Environment
          Fall, アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科
        • From Apr. 2020, To Mar. 2021
          Environmental Anthropology-E2
          Spring, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2020, To Mar. 2021
          Environmental Histories of South Asia-E2
          Fall, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2020, To Mar. 2021
          History of Modern Science-E2
          Spring, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2020, To Mar. 2021
          Philosophy of Modern Science-E2
          Fall, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2020, To Mar. 2021
          Sustainable Humanospher and Environment
          Fall, アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科
        • From Apr. 2021, To Mar. 2022
          Environmental Anthropology-E2
          Spring, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2021, To Mar. 2022
          Environmental Histories of South Asia-E2
          Fall, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2021, To Mar. 2022
          History of Modern Science-E2
          Spring, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2021, To Mar. 2022
          Philosophy of Modern Science-E2
          Fall, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2021, To Mar. 2022
          Sustainable Humanospher and Environment
          Fall, アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科

        Participation in PhD Defense

        • Development of Oolong Tea Industry in Vietnam:Focusing on Its Linkage with Taiwan
          Yunxi Wu, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Sub-chief Examiner
          26 Sep. 2022
        • Soft and Hard Power in Japan-Nepal Relations: A Case Study of the Agent-Level Approach
          THAPA SHARMILA, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Sub-chief Examiner
          23 Mar. 2022
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          Administration

          Faculty management (title, position)

          • From 01 Apr. 2023, To 31 Mar. 2024
            留学生サポート室 室長
          • From 01 Apr. 2021, To 31 Mar. 2022
            留学生サポート室室長

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