India's Challenges: Kashmir and Maoist Insurgency
Global Awareness Lecture on Monday, April 2 entitled "India’s Challenges: Kashmir and Maoist Insurgency" presented by Drs. Anuradha Chenoy and Kamal Mitra Chenoy. This presentation took place at SJU in Quad 264 at 7:00pm.
Dr. Anuradha M. Chenoy is a Professor in the School of International Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. She has been the Chairperson and Director of the Area Studies Program for Russia and Central Asia at JNU. She has written and edited several books and many articles in national and international journals on a wide range of issues. She has been an activist and engaged with many major social movements and closely linked to many civil society organizations.
Dr. Kamal A. Mitra Chenoy is Professor and Chair of the Centre of Comparative Politics and Political Theory, School of International Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He is a Member of the Indian Council of Social Science Research. He is founder a member of the Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament and Peace and a founder member of the Pakistan-India Forum for Peace and Democracy, India as well as a human rights activist. Professor Chenoy taught earlier in Columbia University as a visiting Scholar, New York, and Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi. He writes extensively in Indian & foreign journals and is a regular political commentator in print & electronic media.
Chenoy, Anuradha and Chenoy, Kamal Mitra, "India's Challenges: Kashmir and Maoist Insurgency" (2012). Global Awareness Lectures. Paper 1.