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Dr Ilito H. Achumi

Assistant Professor , Guwahati campus


Qualification

M.A. Sociology (Delhi School of Economics, D.U.)

M.Phil. Sociology (JNU, New Delhi)

Ph.D. Sociology (JNU, New Delhi)

Specialisation: Sociology of Tribe, Sociology of Northeast, Middle class, Social Stratification and Identity

 Ilito Achumi is an Assistant Professor at the Centre for Sociology and Social Anthropology. Prior to joining TISS, she taught at the department of Sociology, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. She joined TISS in 2016. She currently teaches at the Center for Sociology and Social Antrhopology, and Center for Peace and Conflict Studies.

Collective Memory

Colonial Violence

Class and Tribe

Women and Representation

 Journal Articles

Ilito H. Achumi, 2019, ‘Perceived Illegality of the Body: Reclaiming the Space in Nagaland’, Sociological Bulletin, 68 (2), pp. 204–220.

Ilito H. Achumi, 2019, ‘The Consequences of sustained disparities: Politics of Gender in Nagaland' (e-article), Zubaan Publishers Pvt. Ltd. pp. 1-37.

 Text Book/s

Ilito H. Achumi., et al., 2021, Dictionary of Sociology for Schools, Published by NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training). First Edition July 2021.

 Book Review

Ilito H. Achumi, H. 2017, a Review of David R. Syiemlieh, On the Edge of Empire: Four British Plans for North East India 1941-1947, Sage Publications Pvt. Ltd., Contributions to Indian Sociology, 51 (3), 400-402.

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Courses currently teaching:

Study of South East Asia (Centre for Sociology and Social Anthropology)

Memory, History and Conflict (Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies)

Society and Polity (Centre for Sociology and Social Anthropology)

Gender, Law and Violence (Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies)

Social Change and Development (Centre for Sociology and Social Anthropology)

Inequality & Social Stratification (Centre for Sociology and Social Anthropology)

 

Courses taught:

Indian Society (BASS)

Gender and Society (MA Centre for Sociology and Social Anthropology)

Case Study of Conflicts from the Global South  (Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies)

Email: ilito.achumi[at]tiss[dot]edu

Email: ilito.achumi@tiss.edu