Designation: Associate Professor
Specialization: Multiculturalism, Electoral Politics, Political Theory, Northeast Studies
Email: bijenmeetei [AT] rediffmail.com, bijenmeetei32 [AT] gmail.com
M.Phil, Ph.D. (JNU, New Delhi)
1. Faculty Name:Dr. Nameirakpam Bijen Meetei
2. Designation: Associate Professor
3. Department: Political Science
4. Specialization: Multiculturalism, Electoral Politics, Political Theory, Northeast Studies.
5. Phone/Mobile: 9435565611
6. Email:bijenmeetei [AT] rediffmail.com, bijenmeetei32 [AT] gmail.com.
7. Highest Educational Qualification:M.Phil, Ph.D. (JNU, New Delhi)
8. Interest/Research Areas: institutions for managing diversity, Multiculturalism, Electoral Politics, Political Theory, Northeast Studies.
9. Details of profile information (Achievements, Members, Publications etc)
1. SYLFF Fellowship from Tokyo Foundation and Nippon Foundation, Japan, 2005.
2. Visiting Fellowship: Uppsala University, Sweden, 2007.
3. Represented India in Asian Young Leaders’ Forum, Building A Better Asia: Future Leaders’ Dialogue, 2008.
B. Recent Publications in referred Journals : Articles
State’s Response to Intrastate Conflicts: The Case of North-East India, History and Sociology of South Asia, Sage, Vol. 12, Issue 2, pp.1 -12, 2018.
“Cultural Diversity, Multiculturalism and Challenges in India’s North-East”, the Indian Journal Of Political Science, Vol. LXXV, No. 4, October-December, 2014, pp. 655-666.
“Emerging Trends in Ethnic Nationalism: Territoriality and Conflict in Manipur”, History and Sociology of South Asia, Sage, Vol. 11, Issue 1, pp. 55 – 67, 2016.
“Ethnicity, Colonial Legacies, and Postindependence Issues of Identity Politics in North-East India”, Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, Rutledge, London, 20:1, 99–115, 2014. ISSN 1557-2986.
Rethinking Constitutional Measures for Managing Diversity: Working of Sixth Schedule in Meghalaya pp. 21-31, Research Process 3(1) January –June 2015.
Spatial Politics At Independence And The Present Sub-Nationalist Movements In North-East India, pp. 57-64, International Journal of Research in Social Sciences And Humanities, (IJRSSH) Vol. No. 5, Issue No. III, Jul-Sep,2015,
Local Originality, Cultural Subversion and Conflict: A Case of Meetei Revivalism In Manipur. pp. 1-15, THE Journal Of Social Science Researcher Vol. IV No. X October 2015.
“Perspectives on Managing Diversity: Institutions and Practices”, The Indian Journal of Political Science, Vol. LXXX, No. 4, October-December, 2019.
The Seventy Fourth Constitutional Amendment Act-An Analysis, Online International, Interdisciplinary Research Journal Vol.-08,Nov 2018 Special Issue (01), 88-95.
Financial Decentralization in Indian Federal System, International Journal of Applied Social Science Vol 5(10), Oct 2018, 1770-1775.
Culture and Autonomy: Issues of Conflict in Northeast India, International Journal of Applied Social Science, Muzaffarnagar, India Vol 6(6), June 2019, 1594-1600.
Managing Diversity: Understanding Indian Perspective of Equal Citizenship, ShrinkhlaEkShodhparakVaicharikPatrika, Kanpur, India Vol 6* Issue-9*(part-1) May 2019, E1-E6.
Most cited Book Chapter:
“Politics of Recognition: Rethinking Existing Institutional Measures in India”, in Gurpreet Mahajan (eds.) Accomodating Diversity: Issues and Institutions, Oxford University Press, 2011.
Autonomy, Ethnic Politics and Conflict in North-East India, Ruby Press & Co. New Delhi, 2014.
Rethinking Multiculturalism: Minority Accommodation in Manipur, Ruby Press & Co. New Delhi, 2017.