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Dr Sudeep Basu



Dr Sudeep Basu

Dr Sudeep BasuDr Sudeep Basu was the CR Parekh Fellow 2012-13 at the LSE Asia Research Centre.

He is currently Assistant Professor at the Centre for Studies in Social Management, School of Social Sciences, Central University of Gujarat, Gandhinagar, India.

At LSE, Dr Basu's research project titled Migration, Diasporas and Social Transformation in India, examines the actual influence of the Indian diaspora on the homeland economy and culture.

Dr Basu has conducted research in the areas of forced migration and the anthropology of displacement. His doctoral dissertation on exploring aspects of social change among the Tibetan refugee community in India was obtained from Jadavpur University, Kolkata. Dr Basu received his Masters and MPhil degrees in Sociology from the Delhi School of Economics. He has been a guest faculty for the Annual Winter course in Forced Migration organised by the Mahanirban Calcutta Research Group, Kolkata.

Research Interests

  • Refugee and diaspora studies
  • Migration and development
  • Sociology of knowledge
  • Social exclusion

Selected Publications