Anveshi Research Centre for Women’s Studies is an organisation that is committed to research, critical reflection and activism that meets the demands of our historical moment. Drawing on our legacy of feminist theory and intervention, we are invested in exploring new ways of understanding contemporary issues in education, Dalits and minorities, health and healthcare systems, development studies, law and critical legal studies, and the public domain. Anveshi works at an interdisciplinary location drawing scholars and activists from many fields. The Centre is located in Hyderabad, India.
- Anveshi is relocated to the new office building effective from 15th July 2014, (adjacent to the old building of Anveshi) New address details as below. H.No. 2-2-18/2/A, B-Lane, D.D.Colony, Baghamberpet, Hyderabad, Telangana, PIN: 500013
By admin on Monday, July 28, 2014
Anveshi STF programme 2014-15 announcement
- Anveshi Short Term Fellowship Programme (2014-15) We are currently looking for (three) candidates to work at Anveshi: Research Centre for Women’s Studies, Hyderabad; on specific research projects for a period of one year (1st July 2014- 30th June 2015). These projects should be in the areas of research outlined below. The fellowship is full … Continue reading
By admin on Friday, May 16, 2014
The Destruction of Hyderabad: Book Review and Discussion
- A book review and discussion session was held on 11th January 2014 (2:30 pm) at Anveshi, in which A.G. Noorani’s book, The Destruction of Hyderabad was reviewed. There were five speakers: Hasanuddin Ahmed, T.Vivek, Rama Melkote, Burhan Quadri, and M.A. Moid. The discussants presented different analytical and critical readings of the book. A lively discussion … Continue reading
By Srivatsan R on Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Workshop on Re-imagining Hyderabad in the Pre Independence Period
- The politics in the Hyderabad state had a contentious relationship with mainstream nationalist politics prior to 1948. Today, as Andhra Pradesh is at the threshold of inevitable bifurcation, it is also building and retrieving memories of Hyderabad’s past.
By Anveshi Web Editor on Friday, December 27, 2013