Dr Chandana Mathur

Anthropology, Social Sciences Institute (MUSSI)

Lecturer
MA in Anthropology & Development Coordinator

Rowan House
AN2.10
(01) 7086083

Biography

Books

  Year Publication
2011 Communalism and Globalization in South Asia and Its Diaspora.
Heath, D. and Mathur, C. (eds.) (2011) Communalism and Globalization in South Asia and Its Diaspora. : Routledge, London & New York. [Details]

Book Chapters

  Year Publication
2014 'The Indian State, the Diasporic Hindu Right and the 'Desire Named Development'
Dr Chandana Mathur (2014) 'The Indian State, the Diasporic Hindu Right and the 'Desire Named Development' In: Enacting Globalization: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on International Integration. Palgrave Macmillan. [Details]
2011 'Communalism and Globalization: An Opening Gambit in a Conversation between Two Literatures'
Dr Chandana Mathur (2011) 'Communalism and Globalization: An Opening Gambit in a Conversation between Two Literatures' In: Communalism and Globalisation in South Asia and Its Diaspora. Routledge. [Details]
2009 'The Irish Question in Karl Marx's and Friedrich Engelss Writings on Capitalism and Empire'
Mathur, C. and Dix, D. (2009) 'The Irish Question in Karl Marx's and Friedrich Engelss Writings on Capitalism and Empire' In: Social Thought on Ireland in the Nineteenth Century. UCD Press. [IR Link] [Details]
2009 'Noblesse Oblige?: The Fraught Relationship between Domestic Worker Organising and Middle-class Activism'
Mathur, C. (2009) 'Noblesse Oblige?: The Fraught Relationship between Domestic Worker Organising and Middle-class Activism' In: Studies in Inequality and Social Justice: Festschrift for Ved Prakash Vatuk. Meerut, India: Archana Publications. [Details]
2006 'Shades of Difference: Towards an Analysis of the Spatial Ideologies of the Orange and Saffron Orders in Northern Ireland and India'
C. Mathur (2006) 'Shades of Difference: Towards an Analysis of the Spatial Ideologies of the Orange and Saffron Orders in Northern Ireland and India' In: Ireland and India: Colonies, Culture and Empire. Irish Academic Press. [Details]
2003 'After 9/11: Perspective from the New York Arab American Family Support Center'
C. Mathur (2003) 'After 9/11: Perspective from the New York Arab American Family Support Center' In: Sharing Integration Experiences: Innovative Community Practices on Two Continents. New York: International Center for Migration, Ethnicity, and Citizenship. [Details]
2003 'Nach 9/11: Die Perspektive des New Yorker arabisch-amerikanischen Familienzentrums'
C. Mathur (2003) 'Nach 9/11: Die Perspektive des New Yorker arabisch-amerikanischen Familienzentrums' In: Erfahrungsaustausch Integration: Innovative Community-Modelle aus zwei Kontinenten. New York: International Center for Migration, Ethnicity, and Citizenship. [Details]

Peer Reviewed Journals

  Year Publication
2015 'Marx at the Margins, four ways [Introduction to Special Forum]'
Dr Chandana Mathur (2015) 'Marx at the Margins, four ways [Introduction to Special Forum]'. DIALECTICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 39 :195-197 [IR Link] [Details]
2015 'Anthropology and the Irish Encounter [Comment]'
Dr Chandana Mathur (2015) 'Anthropology and the Irish Encounter [Comment]'. AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST, 117 :145-146 [IR Link] [Details]
2015 'Capability of 19L polycarbonate plastic water cooler containers for efficient solar water disinfection (SODIS): field case studies in India, Bahrain and Spain'
Keogh MB, Mathur C, McGuigan KG, Fernandez-Ibanez P, et al. (2015) 'Capability of 19L polycarbonate plastic water cooler containers for efficient solar water disinfection (SODIS): field case studies in India, Bahrain and Spain'. SOLAR ENERGY, 116 :1-11 [IR Link] [Details]
2009 'Response to Eamonn Slater and Eoin Flaherty, Marx on Primitive Communism: The Irish Rundale Agrarian Commune, its Internal Dynamics and the Metabolic Rift'
Mathur, C. (2009) 'Response to Eamonn Slater and Eoin Flaherty, Marx on Primitive Communism: The Irish Rundale Agrarian Commune, its Internal Dynamics and the Metabolic Rift'. IRISH JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGY, 11 [IR Link] [Details]
2006 'The International Medical Commission on Bhopal: Rewriting the Experience of Bhopal Victims into the Professional Literature'
C. Mathur (2006) 'The International Medical Commission on Bhopal: Rewriting the Experience of Bhopal Victims into the Professional Literature'. IRISH JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGY, 9 :19-23 [IR Link] [Details]
2006 'A Passage to Indiana: Reflections on Fieldwork in a Reverse Direction'
C. Mathur (2006) 'A Passage to Indiana: Reflections on Fieldwork in a Reverse Direction'. INDIAN FOLKLIFE, 23 [IR Link] [Details]
2002 'Twice-poisoned Bhopal: Notes on the Continuing Aftermath of the World’s Worst Industrial Disaste'
C. Mathur and W. Morehouse (2002) 'Twice-poisoned Bhopal: Notes on the Continuing Aftermath of the World’s Worst Industrial Disaste'. 62 :69-75 [IR Link] [Details]
1998 'Transformation as Usual?: The Meanings of a Changing Labour Process for Indiana Aluminium Workers'
C. Mathur (1998) 'Transformation as Usual?: The Meanings of a Changing Labour Process for Indiana Aluminium Workers'. Critique of Anthropology, 18 :263-277 [IR Link] [Details]

Conference Contributions

  Year Publication
2015 Taller de antropología sociocultural, El Instituto Cubano de Investigación Cultural Juan Marinello.
(2015) Taller de antropología sociocultural, El Instituto Cubano de Investigación Cultural Juan Marinello. [Oral Presentation], Anthropology, Engagement and Three Decades of Struggle for Justice in Bhopal, El Instituto Cubano de Investigación Cultural Juan Marinello, Havana, Cuba [Details]
2014 India Ireland Institute Public Lecture Series, Dublin City University.
(2014) India Ireland Institute Public Lecture Series, Dublin City University. [Oral Presentation], 'Dow Shalt Not Forget Bhopal: Thinking about Globalization on the 30th Anniversary of the World's Wo, Dublin City University [Details]
2014 Joint conference of the World Council of Anthropological Associations with the Taiwan Society for An.
(2014) Joint conference of the World Council of Anthropological Associations with the Taiwan Society for An. [Oral Presentation], 'Catastrophic Capitalism: Reflections on Systemic Restructurings from the Perspective of the Bhopal, Taipei, Taiwan [Details]
2014 Joint conference of the International Union of the Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences with th.
(2014) Joint conference of the International Union of the Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences with th. [Oral Presentation], 'Dow Shalt Not Forget Bhopal: Contending with Capitalism at the 30th Anniversary of the World's Wors, Chiba, Japan [Details]
2013 World Congress of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences.
(2013) World Congress of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences. [Oral Presentation], That was Then: Changes in the Meanings of Work at Key Moments of Capitalist Transformation, University of Manchester [Details]
2013 AAA Presidential Roundtable Session.
(2013) AAA Presidential Roundtable Session. [Oral Presentation], Making Sense of Contemporary Capitalism: Theoretical and Ethnographic Reflections, Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago [Details]
2009 Workshop Series on Power, Identity and Contestation.
(2009) Workshop Series on Power, Identity and Contestation. [Oral Presentation], Dismemberments Distantly Remembered: Diasporan Memories of Partition and Violence in South Asia, Dept. of Anthropology, Hunter College, City University of New York [Details]
2009 School of Sociology and Political Science.
(2009) School of Sociology and Political Science. [Oral Presentation], More of the Same?: The Meanings of a Changing Labour Process for Industrial Workers in the U.S, NUI Galway [Details]

Book Review

  Year Publication
2015 Review of 'The Darjeeling Distinction: Labor and Justice on Fair-Trade Tea Plantations in India' by Sarah Besky. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Dr Chandana Mathur (2015) Review of 'The Darjeeling Distinction: Labor and Justice on Fair-Trade Tea Plantations in India' by Sarah Besky. Berkeley: University of California Press. Book Review [Details]