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Senjam Mangi Singh

Phone & Fax : 0385-2444201

Email :smangisingh@yahoo.co.in

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Department of Political Science, Manipur University, Canchipur, Imphal, P.O. Canchipur, Manipur

Dr. Senjam Mangi Singh is an Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science,Manipur University. He has completed about twenty years of Post Graduate Teaching. His specialization is in Regional Studies (North –East India) and Social and Political Thought of Modern India.

Research papers published:

 

  • “A Study of the Merger of Manipur into India”, Regional Integration, an English quarterly published by the Cultural Integration conference, Manipur, Vol. VIII,No. 15, September, 1983.
  • “Hill Administration in Manipur”, Regional Integration, an English quarterly published by the Cultural Integration conference, Manipur, Vol. X, No.1, June 1985.
  • “Mao Naga Politics in Manipur (1946-48)”, Regional Integration, an English quarterly published by the Cultural Integration conference, Manipur, Vol. XI, No. 1, March 1986.
  • “Insurgency in Manipur (A case Study of the Meitei State Committee)”, Regional Integration, an English quarterly published by the Cultural Integration conference, Manipur, Vol. XII & XIII, No. 1, May 1989.
  • “Reactions to the Merger of Manipur into the Dominion of India and Public responses”, Proceedings of the National Convention on Manipur Merger Issue published by the People’s Democratic Movement (PDM), Manipur, 1993.
  • “The Manipur State Interim Council, 1947”, Struggle, Special Issue, Imphal, 1993.
  • “Traditional Relationship between the Hill and Plain of Manipur”, Proceedings of the Second session of the Manipur Historical Society 1995, published by The Manipur Historical Society, Imphal, 1995.
  • “The Dewan of Manipur”, Manipur University Research Journal, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2000.
  • “The Meira Paibis: A Profile of the Women Human Rights Activists of Manipur”, History and Society, edited by Prof. Lal Dena, Imphal, 2000.
  • “Manipur: Elections in the Context of Social Conflict”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXXIX, No. 51, December 18, 2004.
  • “Rights of Passage of the Scheduled Castes of Manipur (A Case Study of the Lois of Koutruk)”, Orient Vision, a quarterly English journal, Vol. 2, No. 2, Jan-Feb-Mar, 2005, Imphal, Manipur.
  • “Lok Sabha Elections in Manipur-2004”, The South Asia Politics, Vol. 4, No. 2, May, 2005, New Delhi.
  • “Distillation of Rice-wine Among the Scheduled Castes of Manipur (A Case study of the People of Awang Sekmai)”, Orient Vision, a quarterly English journal, Vol. 2, No. 2, Jan-Feb-Mar, 2005, Imphal, Manipur.
  • “Women and Popular Movements in the Valley of Manipur (1950-1980)”, The Insight, Vol. 1, No. 1, Jan-Juna, 2006, published by the Center for Manipur Studies, Manipur University.
  • The Kuki-Paite Clashes (1997-1998) in Manipur”, Ethnic Relations Among the people of North East India”, edited by Prof. Joykumar Singh, published by The center for Manipur Studies, M.U. and Akansha Publishing House, New Delhi, 2006.
  • 9th State Assembly elections in Manipur, South Asia Politics.
  • Human Rights: A conceptual study, South Asia Politics.
  • A Case Study of the May 1993 Riot Victims of Purum Pangaltabi, Blisters on their Feet: Tales of Internally Displaced Persons in India’s North East, Edited by Samir Kumar Das, sage Publications, 2008New Delhi.
Books

 

  • Parivartannar Samasya (Assamese Translation of the Book by B P Singh-The Problem of Change, Oxfor University Press), NBT, New Delhi, 1999
  • Forthcoming (edited) Human Security in North East India, Anwesha, Guwahati
Papers accepted for publication:
  • Understanding Conflict: an Insight into the Factors Responsible for the Kuki-Naga Clashes in Manipur during the 1990s, a paper presented in the Seminar on Conflict Situation and Peace Initiatives in North East India held on 13 September 2007, at Assam University, accepted for publication in proceedings of the Seminar being published by the Department of Political Science, Assam University.
  • Land, Inter-Ethnic relations and the 9th Assembly Elections in the Hills of Manipur, a paper presented in the ICSSR sponsored National Seminar on Land Identity and Development: Manipur Experience, sponsored by the ICSSR North Eastern Region Centre, held at Imphal on 16 & 17 November 2007, accepted for publication in the proceedings of the Seminar being published by the ICSSR. (Acceptance letter enclosed).
  • Challenges Confronting Peace Making Efforts: An Experience in the Kuki-Naga Conflict in Manipur During the 1990s, accepted for publication in the proceedings of the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies (IIAS), Simla, sponsored National Seminar on Conflict Study in the North East, held from 28 to 30 March 2007, and organized by M.U. being published by the IIAS. (Acceptance letter enclosed).
  • The Komrem People of Manipur, a paper presented in the IIAS sponsored National Seminar on Troubled Diversity: The Political Process in North East India, held from 29 February to 2 March 2008, at Gauhati University, accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the Seminar being published by the IIAS.
  • Gandhi’s Understanding of Human Nature, its influence on his Philosophy and its Relevance in Modern Times, submitted for publication in South Asia Politics.
Papers presented in seminars but not published:
  • “Reform Movements in Manipur During the 1930s and the Middle of the 1940s”, presented in the UGC sponsored Seminar on ‘Pre and Post Colonial History of Manipur and its Neighboring areas”, held from 29 to 31 October 1984 in Manipur University. It was organized by the Department of History, Manipur University.
  • Pressure Groups: A Theoretical Study”, presented in the UGC sponsored Seminar on Pressure groups in Manipur held on 24th and 25th of September 1990 in Manipur University. It was organized by the Department of Political Science, Manipur University.
  • “Gandhi’s Understanding of Human Nature and its Influence on His Philosophy”, presented for discussion in the National Refresher course on Application of Gandhian Thought for a Global Culture of Peace and Non-violence held at Gujarat Vidyapith from 10 February to 2 March 1999.
  • ‘Peace and Communal Harmony: A Gandhian Approach”, paper presented in the UGC sponsored 3 days Seminar on Gandhian Approach to Peace and Communal Harmony held in Manipur University from 25th to 27March, 2002. It was organized by the Center for Gandhan Studies, Manipur University.
Research projects undertaken:
  • “Statehood Movement in Manipur”, dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of for the Degree of Master of Arts in political Science, J.N.U. Center for P G Studies, Imphal.
  • “General Elections in Manipur, 1984 (A Critical Study of the General Elections in the Valley), a monograph.
  • “A Study of some select Socio-Political Problems in Manipur”, Ph. D. Thesis.
International seminar attended:
Attended and participated in a three days International Seminar on “Alternative Development for a Culture of Peace and Non-violence” held at the Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmedabad from 22nd to 24th February 1999. The Seminar was organized by the Indian Society for Community Education and the institute of Equity and development of Gujarat Vidyapith in collaboration with the KONRAD ADENAUR FOUNDATION & Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, Geneva. 

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