JTICI

ISSN : 2321-5437

Journal of Tribal Intellectual Collective India

Critical Articulations of Lived and Shared Experience from Within

The Journal of Tribal Intellectual Collective India engages with Indigenous Peoples life world. Its primary goals are, to bring to the public academic domain research papers and articles by scholars, activists and practitioners working on Indigenous peoples in India with a definitive focus on Adivasi / Tribal episteme and world view.
The JTICI offers the opportunity for constructive theoretical engagement and critical dialogue in the interest of achieving social justice for Indigenous peoples of India. We propose that through dialogue there exists the possibility of evolving alternative ideas and paradigms about protection, promotion and preservation of Indigenous peoples in India.
The JTICI endeavours to publish empirical, conceptual and theoretical articles that make substantial contributions to the field in all areas of Adivasi and Indigenous Peoples Studies including

Adivasi/Tribal Women
Adivasi / Tribal Narratives, Phenomena and Life World Studies
Adivasi and Indigenous peoples Movements and Development
Adivasis, Tribe, State and Governance
Adivasi / Tribal Epistemology and Philosophy
Science of Adivasis and Indigenous Peoples
Indigenous Peoples and Indigenous Research Methodologies
Adivasi Knowledge, Culture and Politics
Rurality, Rural Sociology and Indigenous Peoples
Adivasis and Urbanization Studies
Law, State, Democratic Rights and Indigenous Peoples
Polity, Governance, Public Policy concerning Indigenous Peoples
United Nations, International Mechanisms and Indigenous Peoples

Queries if any, maybe addressed to Managing Editor:
Email: editor@ticijournals.org
We publish three issues a year