PhD Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, Switzerland, 2014
MA Development Studies, Graduate Institute of International
and Development Studies, Geneva, Switzerland, 2008
LLB University Law College, Bangalore, India, 1999
Gender, urban sociology, poverty, social movements, violence studies (children & women), caste and religion based movements.
Courses Regularly Taught
Social Theory; Social Anthropology; Gender and Inequality; Caste and Religion.
Haritas, Kaveri (2008) ‘Preserving Wellness and Personhood: A Psycho Social Approach to the Child’, in Kalpana Kannabiran & Ranbir Singh (eds.) 2008, Challenging the Rule(s) of Law: Colonialism, Criminology And Human Rights In India, India: Sage Publications.
Haritas, Kaveri (2008) ‘Poverty and marginalisation: challenges to poor women’s substantive leadership in urban India’, Gender and Development, Vol. 16, No. 3, November 2008.
Haritas, Kaveri (2009) Political Engagement of Women in India: the new paradoxes of inequality of sex, class and caste in postcolonial India, in Verschuur, Christine (ed.) Vents d’Est, vents d’Ouest, Mouvements de femmes et féminisme anticoloniaux, Cahiers genres, IHEID.
Haritas, Kaveri & Seshadri, Shekhar (2012) ‘Story-Telling, A Qualitative Participative Method in Research with Children’ in Seshadri, Shekhar & Maitra, Shubada (eds.) Play: Experiential Methodologies in Developmental and Therapeutic Settings, Orient Blackswan
Haritas, Kaveri (2013) Gender identity in urban poor mobilizations: evidence from Bengaluru, Environment and Urbanisation, Vol 25(1): 125–138.