Research

Published Work:

Bedi, H. P. 2018. ‘Our Energy, Our Rights’: National Extraction Legacies and Contested Energy Justice Futures in Bangladesh. Energy Research Social Science, 41

Oskarsson, P. and H.P. Bedi. 2018. Extracting Environmental Justice: Countering Technical Renditions of Pollution in India’s Coal Industry. The Extractive Industries and Society

Nielsen, K. B., & Bedi, H.P. 2017. The Regional Identity Politics of India’s New Land Wars: Land, Food, and Popular Mobilization in Goa and West Bengal. Environment and Planning A49 (10), 2324-2341

Bedi, H.P.  2016. Contested Land, Reimagined Sovereignties and Special Economic Zones in India. In Industrializing Rural India: Land, Policy and Resistance. Nielsen, K. B. and P. Oskarsson, eds. Routledge

Bedi, H.P. 2015. Right to Food, Right to Mine? Competing Human Rights Claims in Bangladesh. Geoforum 59: 248-257

Thieme, T., H.P. Bedi, and B. Vira. 2015. Geographies of Corporate Practice in Development: Contested Capitalism and Encounters. Geoforum 59: 215-218

Bedi, H. P. 2015. Judicial Justice for Special Economic Zone Land Resistance. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 45(4), 596-617

Bedi, H. P., & L. Tillin. 2015. Inter-state Competition, Land Conflicts and Resistance in India. Oxford Development Studies, 43(2), 194-211

Bedi, H.P. 2013. Environmental Mis-assessment, Development and Mining in Orissa, India. Development and Change 44(1): 101-123 

Bedi, H.P. 2013. Special Economic Zones: National Land Challenges, Localized Protest. Contemporary South Asia 21(1): 38-51

Co-editor, Geoforum special theme issue: Corporations and Development: Contested Capitalism and Encounters (2015)

Research Funding:

Fulbright-Nehru Academic and Professional Excellence Grant

Food, Poverty, and Place. Dickinson College Mellon Foundation Grant, Civic Learning/Engagement Curricular Development Project

Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds Grant (with Penn State Rural Sociologist, Kathy Brasier and citizen science non-profit, ALLARM)

The Cambridge Political Economy Society Trust Scholar, University of Cambridge

UK-India Education Research Initiative, Visiting Fellowship. King’s College London, Indira Gandhi Institute for Development Research, Mumbai and University of California, Berkeley

 

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