University of Heidelberg

Prof. Harish Naraindas

Position

  • Joint-Appointments Professor at the Cluster "Asia and Europe"
  • Associate Professor of Sociology, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi

Contact information

Email: naraindas@asia-europe.uni-heidelberg.de

About Harish Naraindas

Harish Naraindas is Associate Professor at the School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University. His research interests are in the sociology of science and medicine and has spanned a number of objects of enquiry: the emergence of tropical medicine as a discipline; the history of smallpox vaccination; the study of alternative sciences such as Ayurveda and Naturopathy; and a cross-cultural study of childbirth. He is also adjunct faculty at the University of Iowa and is currently visiting professor at the Department of Ethnology, South Asia Institute, Heidelberg University.

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Asian and
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Ethnologie in Heidelberg
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Aktuelle Publikationen
Book Chapter

The Routledge Handbook of Refugees in India

Dr. Philipp Zehmisch

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Book Chapter

Energies Beyond the State:
Anarchist Political Ecology and the Liberation of Nature

Dr. Philipp Zehmisch

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Book

The Movement for Global Mental Health: Critical Views from South and Southeast Asia

(Ed.) Prof. Dr. William Sax with Claudia Lang

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Book

Unani Medicine in the Making:
Practices and Respresentations in 21st-century

Dr. Kira Schmidt Stiedenroth

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Book Chapter

Patriots in Kala Pani:
Writing Subaltern Resistance into the National Memory

Dr. Philipp Zehmisch

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Artikel

2018. Reviving “A forgotten Sunna:” Hijamah (cupping therapy), prophetic medicine, and the re-Islamization of Unani medicine in contemporary India

Dr. Kira Schmidt Stiedenroth

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Kapitel

2018. "We are like the river water, always flowing" : some urban nomads of Delhi. In: Soziale Ästhetik, Atmosphäre, Medialität

Prof. Dr. William Sax

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