Guest
Asok Acharya, Henry Hart Rice Foundation Fellow, The MacMillan Center

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Episode: April 3, 2013

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Ashok Acharya is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science, and Joint Director of Developing Countries Research Centre at the University of Delhi. At Yale, Professor Acharya is the Henry Hart Rice Foundation Fellow at the MacMillan Center. He is author of the forthcoming volume Equality, Difference and Group Rights: The Case of India. Professor Acharya’s research interests encompass contemporary and comparative political theory, affirmative action, and ethics and public policy. We talk with him about his project called Know Your Rights India.

Learn more about Ashok Acharya.