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Dr. Ramdas Rupavath

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Dr. Ramdas Rupavath[1][2][3], is a Professor, in the Department of Political Science[4], School of Social Sciences, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, and Telangana State, India. His areas of specialization include Indian Political Process, Tribal Politics, Land Alienation and Displacement, Democracy, Ethnic and Identity politics and Comparative Adivasis in Indigenous Societies.

He is an active Political Scientist from India and specialized in modern Indian Political Process, Politics of Tribal Development and Democratic theory and Practice from undergraduate to Masters Level, in the process developing a strong interest in the politics of subaltern and marginalized groups. I did my M.A, M. Phil and PhD from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU, New Delhi, on Tribal Land Alienation and political movement in south India. My research interests are common, the effects of power/knowledge, governmentality and dominance on subaltern communities, particularly Adivasis; the state and nationalism, and identity movements by forest and hill peoples in the nineteenth and twentieth century, Presently I am teaching at the University of Hyderabad. I am also associated with Adivasi (indigenous) people’s human right association in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Among my recent publications are 1.’Tribal Land Alienation and Political movement’s socio-economic Patterns from South India”, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, United Kingdom, 2009. 2. “Democracy, Development and Tribes in India,” Gyan Publishing House, NewDelhi, 2015, “Democracy, Governance tribe in Globalized India”, Gyan Books Publishing House, New Delhi, 2015. 4. “Telangaloo Girijanula Thirugubatloo” and several articles in leading international social science journals. I am now working on Politics and histories of Lambadi community of India. Published many articles in national and international referred journals. Besides this, he has conducted various national survey and projects which are funded by UGC and ICSSR. He was born in a small hamlet of South Indian Telangana State in the 1970s and grew up in the 1980s as part of the first generation born in post-colonial Telangana. Hamlets in India have not changed radically during 69years of independence.


  1. Rupavath, Ramdas. "Academia".
  2. Rupavath, Ramdas (30 July 2016). "Confronting Everyday Humiliation". Economic and Political Weekly. Vol. 51, Issue No. 31. Retrieved 29 September 2019.
  3. Rupavath, Ramdas. "Google Scholar Citation". Retrieved 29 September 2019.
  4. Rupavath, Ramdas. "Research Gate". Retrieved 29 September 2019.

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