Dr. Nameirakpam Bijen Meetei

Designation: Associate Professor

Specialization: Multiculturalism, Electoral Politics, Political Theory, Northeast Studies

Contact: 9435565611

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)

 

A. Awards:

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

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. Rethinking Constitutional Measures for Managing Diversity: Working of Sixth Schedule in Meghalaya pp. 21-31, Research Process 3(1) January –June 2015.

  6. 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,

  7. 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.

  8. Perspectives on Managing Diversity: Institutions and Practices”, The Indian Journal of Political Science, Vol. LXXX, No. 4, October-December, 2019.

  9. The Seventy Fourth Constitutional Amendment Act-An Analysis, Online International, Interdisciplinary Research Journal Vol.-08,Nov 2018 Special Issue (01), 88-95.

  10. Financial Decentralization in Indian Federal System, International Journal of Applied Social Science Vol 5(10), Oct 2018, 1770-1775.

  11. Culture and Autonomy: Issues of Conflict in Northeast India, International Journal of Applied Social Science, Muzaffarnagar, India Vol 6(6), June 2019, 1594-1600.

  12. Managing Diversity: Understanding Indian Perspective of Equal Citizenship, ShrinkhlaEkShodhparakVaicharikPatrika, Kanpur, India Vol 6* Issue-9*(part-1) May 2019, E1-E6.

 

  1. 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.

 

C. Books:

  1. Autonomy, Ethnic Politics and Conflict in North-East India, Ruby Press & Co. New Delhi, 2014.

  2. Rethinking Multiculturalism: Minority Accommodation in Manipur, Ruby Press & Co. New Delhi, 2017.