1. Introduction; 2. In-limbo; 3. The informal market in rehabilitation housing; 4. Gender and performative politics; 5. Paper visibility and proof making; 6. Conclusion.
Explores new geographies of urban poverty, examining the citizenship, legal status and politics of the rehabilitated poor.
Kaveri Haritas is Associate Professor at the Jindal School of Government and Public Policy, at the OP Jindal Global University, Haryana. Her research focuses on urban poverty; housing, land and property rights; gender; and law and citizenship in India. She is an anthropologist and draws inspiration from legal and political anthropology. Her past research has included solidarity economy practices of women in India and technology and its impacts on employment in India. She has been a north-south mobility fellow at the Institute for Research on Development, Paris.