Annals of the National Association of Geographers, India (NAGI)
[ ISSN : 0970-972X ]
UGC-CARE Listed Journal
Prof. Suresh Chand Rai
Prof. Suresh Chand Rai did his Master's in Geography (1979) and Doctor of Philosophy (1984) from Banaras Hindu University. His significant contributions are in the field of land and water resource management. His work has been outstanding in the Integrated Watershed Management in the Sikkim Himalaya have been recognized through the Soil and Water Conservation Society of USA, Award, 1999. The extensive studies made by Prof. Rai on various aspects of mountain hydrology have not only helped in understanding the structure and function of the systems but also in finding out means of how to make the system sustainable. He has published more than 100 research papers in various impact factor/peer-reviewed journals and books (h-index-19). He has also authored eight books to enrich the discipline. He served as Secretary General of the National Association of Geographers, India (NAGI), the largest society of Geographers in India, from 2010 to 2022. Prof. Rai is elected vice-president of the Asian Geographers Association, Beijing, P. R. China (2019-23).
He has been Editor of the Annals of the National Association of Geographers, India, from 2023.
Prof. Aparajita De
Joint Editor [email@example.com]
Department of Geography
Delhi School of Economics
University of Delhi
Her research largely falls within the scope of urban and media studies. Over the past decade she has been working persistently on the theme of constructions of space in everyday lives, having conducted research and published on the socio-spatial construction of Hindu-Muslim identities in the backdrop of communal violence. She also has a keen interest in examining notions and practices of urbanisms in South Asia vis-a-vis understandings of modernity, particularly within the current post-colonial and decolonial discourses. Her interest in media stems from her earlier research on 'geographical' imaginations, particularly how it is formed and informed by popular imaginations and has been working on new media to understand notions of space, borders and everyday cultural practices. Her current research looks into how space and time cross-cuts to produce 'places' in new media, particularly the post-colonial knowing of colonial Kolkata/Calcutta.
She has been Joint Editor of the Annals of the National Association of Geographers, India, from 2023.
Prof. M H Qureshi, JNU
Prof. B Thakur, University of Delhi
Prof. P S Tiwari, University of Madras
Prof. Sudesh Nagia, JNU
Prof. H Ramachandran, University of Delhi
Prof. Yuei-An Liou, National Central University, Taiwan
Prof. Yuji Murayama, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Prof. H N Misra, University of Allahabad
Prof. S K Sharma, Sagar University
Prof. Surya Kant, Punjab University, Chandigarh
Prof. Rolee Kanchan, Baroda University
Prof. S Chattopadhyay, Centre for Earth Sciences, Trivandrum
Prof. Sunil De, NEHU
Prof. D P Singh, A N College, Patna
Dr Alexandre Gagnon, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
Prof. Sunil Bhaskaran, City University New York, USA
Prof. Abu Reza Md. Towfiqul Islam, Begum Rokeya University, Bangladesh
Dr. Maik Netzband, DOK Mitt eV, Germany