Publication

Publication

  • Sarkar, S., & Zhao, X. (2018). Collaborative teaching between cultures and fields. The Newsletter (IIAS), 81(Autumn), .
  • Sarkar, S. (2019). Voices from the margins: Community knowledge as an alliance of hope: People to people links between India and Japan in the 20th century. Mombusho Scholars Association Japan Journal, 2019(1).
  • Sarkar, S. (2019). The neighbourhood museum: Focusing on the local. Varta, 1(2), .
  • Chirtanshi, B. (2019). Beyond development: Post-capitalist and feminist praxis in Adivasi contexts. In E. Klein, & C. M. Boada (Eds.), Post development in practice (). New York & London: Routledge.
  • Chitranshi, B., & Dhar, A. (2018). Rethinking development communication. In Oxford research encyclopedia of communication. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190228613.013.618
  • Dhar, A. (2019). The real (of) Marx: Adivasi worlds as tombstone of the illicit. In P. Chatterjee, (Ed.), After the revolution: Essays in memory of Anjan Ghosh (). Hyderabad: Orient Blackswan.
  • Dhar, A. (2019). What if one is always already included: Ambedkar and the politics of radical exit. In M. Ray (Ed.), State of democracy in India: Essays on life and politics in contemporary times (). New Delhi: Primus Books.
  • Dhar, A., & Chakrabarti, A. (2019). Poor (wo)man’s socialism: Marx and Gandhi in dialogue. In A. Chakraborty, A. Chakrabarti, B. Dasgupta, & S. Sen (Eds.), Capital in the east: Reflections on Marx (). New Delhi: Springer.
  • Dhar, A., & Chakrabarti, A. (2019). “বাংলায় মার্কস” [“Marx in Bengali”]. In S. Duttaguptta (Ed.), Marx (). New Delhi: OUP.
  • Dhar, A., (2019). “দি পারসোনাল ইজ দি পলিটিকাল?” [“The Personal is the Political?”]. In A. Chatterjee (Ed.), Alochonachakra: Feminism and Philosophy. Kolkata:.
  • Dhar, A., Chakrabarti, A., & Majumdar, S. (2019). India’s transition from state to private capitalism: Towards a complex of minority might of the capitalist and majority might of Hindu nationalist. In I. Rossi (Ed.), New frontiers of globalization research: Theories, processes and perspectives from the global north and global south (). New York: Springer.
  • Dhar, A. (2018). Melancholy philosophy: Polis-praxis-phronesis and the slave’s know-how. In S. B. Das (Ed.), Abandonment and abjection: Melancholy in philosophy and art (). New Delhi: Aakar Books.
  • Dhar, A. (2018). What if the university is a parrot’s training. In D. Bhattacharya, (Ed.), The university unthought: Notes for a future . New York & London: Routledge.
  • Dhar, A. (2018). Genealogies of aboriginalization: Psychoanalysis and sexuation in cultural crucible. In M. Kumar, A. Dhar, & A. Misra, (Eds.), Psychoanalysis in the Indian terroir: Emerging themes in culture, family, and childhood (). Lanham: Lexington Books.
  • Khanna, N. (2018). Engendering the informal economy: A case of double informality. In S. Tikoo (Ed.), Sustainable development of women (154-167). Delhi: Mark Books.
  • Dhar, A. (2018). [Review of the book Violence and the burden of memory: Remembrance and erasure in Sinhala consciousness, by S. Parera]. Contributions to Indian Sociology, 52(2), 245-247. DOI: 10.1177/0069966717751937
  • Swarnima, K. (2018). What lies behind: Madai in Bastar. Madai of Chhattisgarh. Retrieved from: https://www.sahapedia.org/what-lies-behind-madai-bastar-chhattisgarh
  • Swarnima, K. (2018). Bastaria Dussehra: A coming together of deities. Bastar Dussehra. Retrieved from: https://www.sahapedia.org/bastaria-dussehra-coming-together-of-deities
  • Rose, A. (2018). Dancing with the Deos: The pen Madais of Bastar. Madai of Chhattisgarh. Retrieved from: https://www.sahapedia.org/dancing-the-deos-the-pen-madais-of-bastar
  • Rose, A. (2018, May 19). The sugarcane harvesters of south Gujarat. The Wire. Retrieved from: https://thewire.in/labour/south-gujarat-sugarcane-harvest-bonded-labour
  • Rose, A. (2018, May 15). Sugarcane harvesters in south Gujarat are trapped in bondage one generation after another. Newsclick. https://www.newsclick.in/sugarcane-harvesters-south-gujarat-are-trapped-bondage-one-generation-after-another
  • Seal, A. (2018). Truck, barter and exchange: Moments of transition in the Madais of Gondwana. Madai of Chhattisgarh. Retrieved from: https://www.sahapedia.org/truck-barter-and-exchange-moments-of-transition-the-madais-of-gondwana
  • Seal, A., & Rose, A. (2018). Doli, Dang and Danteshwari of Geedam. Madai of Chhattisgarh. Retrieved from: https://www.sahapedia.org/doli-dang-and-danteshwari-of-geedam
  • Sinha, A. (2018). Nacha: Dancing troupes of Madais. Madai of Chhattisgarh. Retrieved from: https://www.sahapedia.org/nacha-dancing-troupes-of-madais
  • Vijeta. (2018). Celebration of ‘labouring’: The agricultural festivals of Hareli and Pola. Monsoon Festivals of Chhattisgarh. Retrieved from: https://www.sahapedia.org/celebration-of-labouring-the-agricultural-festivals-of-hareli-and-pola
  • Dixit, K.K., & Padwad, A. (2018). Intentions of teaching and failiures of learning: Teaching-learning English in India. In N. McLelland, & R. Smith (Eds.), The history of language learning and teaching, 3(Across cultures), 246-262. Oxford: Legenda.
  • Dixit, K.K, & Padwad, A. (2018). Coping with curriculum change: An Indian teacher’s perspective. In M. Wedell, & L. Grassick (Eds.). International perspectives on teachers living with curriculum change (103-124). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Padwad, A., & Dixit, K.K. (2018). Developing as researchers: Promoting teachers’ CPD through engagement with research. In A. Keedwell (Ed.), Explorations: Teaching and learning English in India, issue 9, 6-12. New Delhi: British Council. Retrieved from: https://www.britishcouncil.in/sites/default/files/eltrep_issue_9.pdf
  • Padwad, A. (2018). English language teaching: Critical comments. In I. Eyres, R. McCormick, & T. Power (Eds.), Sustainable English language teacher development at scale: Lessons from Bangladesh (145-152). London: Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Padwad, A. (2018). Supporting teacher researchers: Some issues. ETAS Jounal, 35(3), 42-45.
  • Pande, M. H. (2018). Lesson 11: Tasks in speaking. In S. Nanda, A. Kumar, & A. Mahanand (Eds.), Classroom tasks in English: A resource book in multilingual teaching (48-51). Delhi: Viva.
  • Pande, M. H. (2018). Lesson 41: Tasks in reading. In S. Nanda, A. Kumar, & A. Mahanand (Eds.), Classroom tasks in English: A resource book for multilingual teaching (173-176). Delhi: Viva.
  • Pande, M. H. (2018). Lesson 61: Tasks in vocabulary. In S. Nanda, A. Kumar, & A. Mahanand (Eds.), Classroom tasks in English: A resource book for multilingual teaching (261-265). Delhi: Viva.
  • Pande, M. H. (2019). Exploring self-evaluation of teacher talk (SETT) in the Indian ESL context with in-service teachers. Foretell, 38, 47-60.
  • Sasmal, I. H. (2018). Multilingual tasks for reading and writing. In S. Nanda, A. Kumar, & A. Mahanand (Eds.), Classroom tasks in English: A resource book in multilingual teaching (171-172). Delhi: Viva.
  • Sasmal, I. H. (2018). Acceleration of agency through conscious decision making in the ESL classroom: A study of in-service teachers. Foretell, 37, 40-46.
  • Masih, S., & Masih, S. (2018). Terrors to expansions: A journey mediated through faith. In M. Kumar, A. Dhar, & A. Misra, (Eds.), Psychoanalysis in the Indian terroir: Emerging themes in culture, family, and childhood (). Lanham: Lexington Books.
  • Deepak, V. (2018). Food for thought. [Guest column]. Beneath the purple roof, 45, 11. Dehradun: Hopetown Girls School.