Madhushree Das

Madhushree Das

Department of Geography
Gauhati University
Guwahati 781 014, Assam, India.

Phone : +91-9864018577

Email  madhushreedas@gauhati.ac.in



  • Warden RCC 2 Girl's Hostel (Hall 4)
  • Convenor, linkage between University and schools
  • PGSU teacher in charge (Girls common Room)
  • EC Member Gauhati University Hospital
  • Anti Ragging Squad, Guahti University
  • General Secretary, North East India Geographical Society (elect)
  • Member, GU Hospital Management Committee
  • Social geography
  • Cultural geography
  • Tribal studies
  • Gender Geography
  • Theoretical basis of Economic Geography, G 105 1st sem
  • Nature of Human Geography G 205 2nd sem
  • Geographical Thought G302 3rd sem
  • Quantitative methods G 303 3rd sem
  • Social and cultural geography G305
  • Research Methodology G402
  • Social and Population geography special paper G403,404,405,407
  • MA/MSc Dissertation G406

  1. 1st position in APSC selection for the post of Lecturer in Geography, In Cotton College, 2002
  2. Dipali Borthakur Memorial Award and Bhubeneswari Goswami Memorial Gold Medal from Gauhati University for standing first among all arts candidates in the MA examination of the University , Year: 1998, Awarding Organisation: Gauhati University
  3. Academic Gold medal from Gauhati University for securing first class first position in MA/MSc examination in Geography, Year: 1998, Awarding Organisation: Gauhati University
  4. Host and travel grant award from International Geographical Union to attend and present research papers in Durban, South Africa, Year: August 3-8, 2002, Awarding Organisation: International Geographical Union
  5. Host and travel grant award from International Geographical Union to attend and present research papers in Cologne, Germany, Year: 26-30 August, 2012, Awarding Organisation: International Geographical Union
  6. Host and travel grant award from International Geographical Union to attend and present research papers in Kyoto, Japan, Year: , 4-9 August, 2013, Awarding Organisation: International Geographical Union
  7. National talent search , Year: 1989

Selected Publications
Journal
  1. Asish Saha and Madhushree Das, Dynamics of Bilateral Trade through Dawki: Indo-Bangla Experience, Transactions, 37 (1), 47-57 (2015) ISSN : 0970-9851
  2. Kimee Das and Madhushree Das, Changing Scenario of Socio-Cultural Practices among the Hindus of Kamrup District, Assam, Quest, 1 (1), 97-109, ISSN : 2350-1377 
  3. Koncheng Buragohain and Madhushree Das,  The Cauldron with the Lid of Love and Care: The Life of the Tai Phake people in the Namphake village of Assam, Journal of North East Indian Cultures, 2 (1), 54-67 (2015), ISSN : 2322-0988
  4. Nabamallika Sharma and Madhushree Das,  Priests and Practices: Understanding the Socio-Religious Scenario of Kamakhya Temple, The Clarion, 4 (1), 120-126 (2015), ISSN : 2277-1697
  5. Suman Das and Madhushree Das, Income, Migration and Social Adjustment of the Tribal People in Tripura: A Case of the Tripuri Tribe, Space and Culture, India, (1), 5-13 (2014), ISSN : 2052-8396
  6. Madhushree Das, Role of Tribal Women in the Economy of Assam, Concerns and Voices: Essays on Gender and Society, 3, 154-161 (2014), ISSN : 978-9381-069-7-59 
  7. Kimee Das and Madhushree Das, Glimpses of Muslim Women in Assam, Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, (5), 133-136 (2013), ISSN : 2321-8819
  8. Madhushree Das, Pattern of Social Change and Development among the Tribal Women of Assam, India, The Clarion, 2 (1), 115-128 (2013), ISSN : 2277-1697
  9. Madhushree Das, Literacy Pattern among the Tribal Women in Assam, Geographical Review of India, 72 (3), 304-311 (2011), ISSN : 0375-6386
  10. Madhushree Das, Female Work Participation among the Tribes of Assam, Research Journal of Contemporary Concerns, 6, 37-47 (2010), ISSN : 0972-7922

Conference Proceedings
  1. Koncheng Buragohain and Madhushree Das, An Identity with Attires: The Tai Phakes of Assam, The Tai Ethnic Studies, 4th International Conference on Ethnics of North East India, Centre for Tai Tribal and North East Indian Studies, Dhemaji, Assam, pp. 9-19, ISBN : 978-81-922416-0-9


Book (or Book Chapters)
  1. Madhushree Das, Book Title: Tribal Women of Assam (251 pages) (Eastern Book House, ISBN : 978-93-80261-30-0, 2012)
  2. Madhushree Das, Book Title: Continuity and Change among the Tribes in Guwahati City, Assam, India (103 pages) (LAP LAMBERT Academy Publishing AG & Co. KG, Saarbrucken, Germany, ISBN : 978-3-8383-9994-2, 2010)
  3. Madhushree Das and B K Kar, Book Title: Interdisciplinary Advances in Geography, editors P R Sharma et. al., Short Article Title: Social Change and Dvelopment: Some perspectives pon Concepts and Methods, 199-216 (R K Books, New Delhi, ISBN : 978-81-9100-598-1, 2013)
  4. Madhushree Das and B K Kar, Book Title: Women and Empowerment in Global South, editors Amiriah Buangand Janet Momsen, Short Article Title: Empowerment begins with Recognation: Female Workforce and its Under-recognised Contribution to the Economy of North East India, 153-166 (Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, ISBN : 978-967-412-027-6, 2013)
  5. B K Kar and Madhsuhree Das, Book Title: Population, Development and Conflicts in North east India, editor S Deka, Short Article Title: Population Growtha nd changing Demography in northeast India, 54-74 (Eastern Book House, ISBN : 978-81-9038-349-3, 2012)
  6. M Goswami and Madhushree Das, Book Title: Human Delopment,Equity and Gender Justice, editors S Adhikari and B Sinha, Short Article Title: socio-ecoomic condition of Karbi Population in Guwahati City, 64-72 (New century Publications, New Delhi, 2012)

Ongoing Project
  • Continuity and Change among the Buddhist Tai Communities of Assam, UGC sponsored Major Research Project
List of PhD Scholars
  1. Nabamallika Sharma (Thesis Submitted)
  2. Koncheng Buragohain (Project Fellow)
  3. Kimee Das
  4. Lonee Dowerah
  5. Asish Saha
  6. Darshana Sharma
  7. Arup Das
  8. Nibedita Banarjee (Junior Reserach Fellow, CSIR)
  9. Lekha Bora (Junior Reserach Fellow, UGC)
  10. Moirangthem Bijoy Singh
MPhil Scholar
  1. Tirthankar Sharma

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