Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg

Publikationen - Ravi Baghel


  • NÜSSER, M., DAME, J., KRAUS, B., BAGHEL, R., SCHMIDT, S. (2018): Socio-hydrology of “artificial glaciers” in Ladakh, India: assessing adaptive strategies in a changing cryosphere. In: Regional Environmental Change 2018.
  • NÜSSER, M. & BAGHEL, R. (2017): The Emergence of Technological Hydroscapes in the Anthropocene: Socio-Hydrology and Development Paradigms of Large Dams. In: WARF, B. (ed.): Handbook on Geographies of Technology. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 287-301.
  • NÜSSER, M. & BAGHEL, R. (2016): Local Knowledge and Global Concerns: Artificial Glaciers as a Focus of Environmental Knowledge and Development Interventions. In: MEUSBURGER, P., FREYTAG,T. & SUARSANA, L. (eds.): Ethnic and Cultural Dimensions of Knowledge. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York (= Knowledge and Space 8): 191-209.
  • BAGHEL, R. & NÜSSER, M. (2015): Securing the Heights: The Vertical Dimension of the Siachen Conflict between India and Pakistan in the Eastern Karakoram. In: Political Geography 48: 24-36.
  • NÜSSER, M. & BAGHEL, R. (im Erscheinen): Local knowledge and global concerns: Artificial glaciers as objects of environmental knowledge and development interventions. In P. MEUSBURGER (ed.): Ethnic and Cultural Dimensions of Knowledge. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York (= Knowledge and Space).
  • BAGHEL, R. (2014) River control in India: Spatial, governmental and subjective dimensions. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York (= Advances in Asian Human-Environmental Research).
  • NÜSSER, M. & BAGHEL, R. (2014): The Emergence of the Cryoscape: Contested Narratives of Himalayan Glacier Dynamics and Climate Change. In B. SCHULER (ed.), Environmental and Climate Change in South and Southeast Asia: How are Local Cultures Coping? Leiden, Boston (= Climate and Culture 2): 138-156.
  • BAGHEL, R. (2014): Misplaced Knowledge: Large Dams as an Anatopism in South Asia. In: NÜSSER, M. (ed.): Large Dams in Asia: Contested Environments between Technological Hydroscapes and Social Resistance. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York (= Advances in Asian Human-Environmental Research): 1-14.
  • BAGHEL, R. (2012): Knowledge, power and the environment: Epistemologies of the Anthropocene. Transcience 3(1): 1-6. [Editor's introduction to the special issue]
  • BAGHEL, R. & NÜSSER, M. (2010): Discussing Large Dams in Asia after the World Commission on Dams: Is a Political Ecology Approach the Way Forward? In: Water Alternatives 3 (2): 231-248.
  • BAGHEL, R. (2010): Fear of crime in South Africa: Obsession, compulsion, disorder. Transcience 1(2): 71-84.
  • BAGHEL, R. (2007): Glimpses through the cage of fear: International students experience Durban. In R. Pattman and S. Khan (eds.) Undressing Durban. Durban: Madiba Publishers, University of KwaZulu-Natal.


  • BAGHEL, R. (2011): Water flowing waste to the sea: Tracing a genealogy of the technocratic understanding of rivers in India. (Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, 12-16 April 2011, Seattle, USA)
  • Baghel, R. (2011): Dissenting governmentalities: Expert opposition to the large scale transformation of river systems in India. (Colorado Conference on Earth Systems Governance: Crossing boundaries and building bridges, 17-20 May 2011, Ft. Collins, USA)
  • BAGHEL, R. (2009): Large Dams in India & China: Potentials and Pitfalls of a 'Third World Political Ecology' Approach. (Seventh International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, 2-5 June 2009, Beijing, China)
  • BAGHEL, R. (2008): Control in Information societies: From surveillance to diagnosis? (Power: Forms, Dynamics and Consequences, 22-24 September 2008, Tampere, Finland)