PART 3 OF A SERIES OF INTERPRETATIONS DRAWING ON A NEW BOOK ON SMALL TOWNS IN INDIA: A CONVERSATION BETWEEN RICHA BANSAL, DR PARTHA MUKHOPADHYAY & PROF. SURINDER JODHKA
PODCAST URBAN GOVERNANCE
Small towns have remained an important feature of the Indian urban system. In this episode of CPR’s podcast, Richa Bansal speaks to Dr Partha Mukhopadhyay from CPR and Professor Surinder Jodhka from the Jawaharlal Nehru University, in part three of a series of interpretations drawing on a recently published edited volume on Subaltern Urbanisation in India. Dr Mukhopadhyay and Professor Jodhka draw on their research in the Madhubani district of Bihar to discuss the various aspects of social and economic transformations taking place in rural areas and small towns of India.
The other pieces in the series can be accessed below:
Understanding Economic Processes in Small Towns
What is happening beyond large cities? Understanding census towns in India
Understanding Subaltern Urbanisation in India and its Impact