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Books 2016-17

Books 2016-17

  • Kaul, A., Aggarwal, S., Jha, P.C., & Gupta, A. (2016). Optimal advertisement allocation for product promotion on television channels. In A. K. Sinha, R.Rajesh, P.Ranjan, & R. P.Singh (Eds.), Recent advances in mathematics, statistics and computer science. Singapore: World Scientific.
  • Atluri, T. (2016). Āzādī: Sexual politics in postcolonial worlds. Toronto: Demeter Press.
  • Atluri, T. (2016). Bus/bas/[1]The Delhi gang rape, city buses, and the ghost of Rosa Parks. In R. Negi & S. Chakravarty (Eds.), Space, planning and everyday contestations in Delhi. Exploring Urban Change in South Asia Series. New Delhi: Springer.
  • Atluri, T. (2016). Like PLO I don’t surrender: Genealogies of feminine `terror’ and the evils of Orientalist desire. In L. Fallwell & K. Williams (Eds.), Evil Women and Mean Girls. New York: Routledge.
  • Balasubrahmanyan, S. (2016). Imagining the Indian nation: The design of Gandhi’s Dandi march and Nehru’s republic day parade. In K. Fallan & G. Lees-Maffei (Eds.), Designing worlds: National design histories in the age of globalization, 108–124. New York: Berghahn Books, 2016.
  • Biswas, A. & Ratna. R. S. (2016). Determinants of exports of Indian manufacturing: A firm level analysis. In D. Chakraborty & J. Mukherjee (Eds.), Trade, investment and economic development in Asia: Empirical and policy issues. London: Routledge.
  • Chakravarty, D., & Chakravarty, I. (2016). Women, labour and the economy: From migrant male servants to uprooted girl children maids. London & New York: Routledge.
  • Chakravarty, P. (2016). Unveiling the Anthropo(s)cene: Burning seas, cinema of mourning and the globalisation of apocalypse. In C. Mathieson (Ed.), Sea Narratives: Cultural Responses to the Sea 1600-Present (217–238). London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Chakravarty, S., & Negi. R. (2016). Contested urbanism in Delhi’s interstitial spaces. In S. Chakravarty and R. Negi (Eds.), Space, planning and everyday contestations in Delhi (pp. 1–17). New Delhi: Springer.
  • Dar, A (2016). South Asian Youth Groups. In S. Bronner & C.D. Clark (Eds), Youth Cultures in America (641–45). 2 Volumes. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO Greenwood.
  • Gopalji, P., Avadhaesh & Mrityunjay. (2016). Astitvavad mein algav ki dharna (PhD thesis of Gorakh Pande). Delhi: Aakar Books.
  • Jain, S. (2016, November). Payal Kho Gayi. Sandarbh.
  • Kothiyal, T. (2016). Nomadic narratives: A history of mobility and identity in the great Indian desert, New Delhi: Cambridge University Press.
  • Kothiyal, T. (2016). Nomadic narratives: A history of mobility and identity in the great Indian desert, New Delhi: Cambridge University Press.
  • Liang, L. (2017). Academic freedom and the ownership of knowledge. In D. Bhattacharya. (Ed.), The idea of the University. New Delhi: Routledge.
  • Nayak, N. (2016). Women workers, collective action and the ‘Right to Work’ in Madhya Pradesh. In K.B. Nielsen & A. Nilsen (Eds.), Social movements and the State in India: Deepening democracy? Rethinking International Development. Heidelberg: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Nite, D. K. @2016). Labour and Development: Historical Experiences. In IGNOU Books for MA in Labour and Development (Block II/ Conceptualising Labour – I, Unit IV).
  • Ray & S. Ray. (Eds.), Marxian Theory Assessment and Relevance in the Post Reform Era (22–36). Delhi: Madhav Books.
  • Sen, R., (2016). Right to care, home and family: Ethics of responsibility towards persons with disability. In Nandini G. (Ed.), Interrogating Disability in India, (65–75). New Delhi: Springer Publishing.
  • Sengupta, A. (2016). Entrepreneurship and social capital: Relationships and start-ups in Indian ICT industry. Jaipur, India: Rawat Publications.