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Dr Joseph Riamei

Assistant Professor , Guwahati campus

Chairperson - Centre for Community Organisation and Development Practice, School of Social Work - Guwahati Campus
Qualification

M.A. Social Work (TISS)
Ph.D. Social Work (TISS)

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  • Federalism 
  • Ethnicity and Conflict Studies in South East Asia
  • State, Democracy and Tribes
  • Youth and Development
  • Social Work with special Focus on Indigenous People's Episteme
  • Human Rights

Book:

  • ‘Contestation against forces of Marginalisation: District Council and Tribal Resistance in Manipur’ in Dhanaraju V (ed) (2015): Debating in Tribal Identity: Past and Present, Page no. 181-196, Dominant Publishers and Distributors Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, ISBN 978-93-84161-35-4
  • “Voluntarism in Tribal Society: A case study of Zeliangrong (Naga)”, 2013, Lambert Publication ISBN 978-3-659-35242-3

Articles:.

  • ‘Social Work Education in Northeast India: Status and Challenges, International Journal of Social Work and Human Services Practice, Horizon Research Publishing Vol.2. No.5 Oct, 2014, pp. 201-206 ISSN 2332-6840
  • “Marginalisation, Politics and Discourse: Theorising Tribal Resistance in Manipur”, International Journal of Multidisciplinary Educational Research (ISSN: 2277-7881), pp. 130-148, Volume 2, Issue 13(2), December 2013, ijmer.in
  • ‘Contestation against forces of Marginalisation: District Council and Tribal Resistance in Manipur’, Journal of Tribal Intellectual Collective India (ISSN 2321 5437), pp 55-69, 1, No.5, June 2013 www.daltrijournals.org

Paper Presentation in National and International Seminar:

  • “District council and peoples’ response: Unravelling the realities of Manipur, India” paper presented in National Conference on Tribal and Adivasi Studies in India Today: Unravelling and deepenning perspectives from within organized by NEHU and tribal intellectual collective India on 18th and 19th September, 2015.
  • Social Work Education in North East India: Status and Challenges” paper presented in National Seminar on Social Work Education, Research and Practice in North East India, organized by Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Guwahati on 25th and 26th July, 2014.
  • Constitutional Safeguard for Hill Areas of Manipur, Article 371-C: A Toothless, Clawless Tiger” paper presented in International Seminar on Indian State and Indigenous peoples-Revisiting Philosophical Foundation of Constitutional Guarantees, organized by Bodoland University, Kokhrajhar in collaboration with Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai and Trbal Intellectual Collective India on 28th and 29th March, 2014.
  • “Marginalisation, Politics and Discourse: Theorising Tribal Resistance in Manipur” paper presented in National Seminar on “Development Discourse: The Expanding Horizons” organized by Indira Gandhi National Tribal University on March 18-19, 2013.
  • ‘Contestation against forces of Marginalisation: District Council and Tribal Resistance in Manipur’ paper presented in National Seminar on “Tribal Identities in India: Dialogue between the Past and Present” organized by Assam University, Diphu Campus
  • ‘Asymmetrical Federalism in North East India’ paper presented in National Seminar on “Marginalisation and Resistance” organized by TISS, Tu;japur Campus
  • ‘District Council and Tribal Resistance in Manipur’ paper presented in National Seminar on “Development, Democracy and Governance” organized by TISS Mumbai on November 1-3, 2011.

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  • Social Work Practice (MA-Social Work)
  • Project Planning and Assesment (MA-Social Work)
  • Livelihood Culture and Identity (MA-Social Work-LSE)
  • Theoretical Perspective for Community Practice (MA-Social Work-CODP)
  • Conflict and Peace Processes (MA-Social Work-CODP)
  • Environmental Movement and Conflict in MAEESD
  • Introduction to Social Work (BASS)

Email: joseph.riamei[at]tiss[dot]edu