Publication 2018-19

  • Agarwal, N., Shah, R., &Venkataraman, G. (2018). Maryam Mirzakhani: The master artist of curved surfaces. Resonance: Journal of Science Education, 23 (3), 253–262.
  • Anil, K. (2018). De-globalisation and impact of Brexit on global economy and SAARC nations. International Journal of Business Ethics in Developing Economies, 7(1).
  • Anil, K. (2018). ESAF Microfinance: Walking the path of sustainable development through financial inclusion. International Journal of Research in Engineering, IT and Social Sciences, 8(2).
  • Anil, K., & Bansal, J. (2018). Qualitative research on issues and trends in the Bancassurance model in India: An interview report. International Journal of Banking Risk and Insurance, 6(2).
  • Bahal, S., Dave, K. (2018). Attitude towards luxury apparels and accessories: A study of young and middle aged consumers in Delhi/NCR. The Indian Journal of Commerce, 71(1), 38-51.
  • Bahal, S., Dave, K. (2018). Value perception of consumers towards luxury apparels and accessories: A study in Delhi/NCR region. ISOR Journal of Business and Management, 20(5), 31-39.
  • Banerjea, N. (2018). A Commentary on ‘Homopopulism’. Swakanthey, June, 2019. [Sappho for Equality newsletter article] http://www.sapphokolkata.in
  • Banerjea, N., & Browne, K. (2018). Livable lives: A transnational queer-feminist reflection on sexuality, development and governance. In C. Mason (Ed.), Queer development studies: A reader, (pp. 169–180). New York: Routledge.
  • Banerjea, N., Dasgupta, D., Dasgupta, R., Dutta, A., Rai, A. S., & Quintana, J. (2018).Queering digital cultures: A roundtable conversation with academics and practitioners. In R. Dasgupta & D. Dasgupta (Eds.), Queering digital India: Activisms, identities and subjectivities, (pp. 29–53). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  • Banerjee, A. (2018). Challenging theoretical hegemonies. [Review of the book Handbook of alternative theories of economic development, by E. S. Reinert, J. Ghosh, & R. Kattel], The Book Review, 42(10). http://thebookreviewindia.org /challenging-theoretical-hegemonies/
  • Banerjee, T. (2018). Analysing economic institutions. [Review of the book Economic growth, efficiency and inequality, by S. K. Jain, & A. Mukherji], The Book Review, 42(10). Retrieved from: http://thebookreviewindia.org/analysing -economic -institutions/
  • Banerjee, T. (2018, August 5). Son of the soil: Politics and the spectacle of NRC in Assam. Vikalp. Retrieved from: https://www.vikalp.ind.in/2018/08/son-of-soi l-politics-and-spectacle-of.html
  • Biswas, A. (2018). [Review of the book Land dispossession and everyday politics in rural eastern India, by K. B. Nielsen]. Contemporary South Asia, 26(4), 498.
  • Chakravarty, R. (2018). The fallen woman in Bengali literature: Binodini Dasi and Tagore's Chokher Bali. In D. Das & C. Morrow (Eds.), Unveiling desire: Fallen women in literature, culture and films of the east. Rutgers University Press.
  • Chakravarty, R. (2018). Translating women: Different voices and new horizons. Translation Studies, 11(3), 365-367.
  • Chakravarty, R. (2018, February). [review of the book Durgeshnandini by B. C. Chatterji]. The Book Review, XLII (2), 21.
  • Charak, N., & Sharma, P. (2018). Peace building through sustainable tourism development. Tourism Innovations, 8(4), 37-47.
  • Charak, N., Sharma, P., & Charak, A. (2018). Comminity perception towards tourism development and peace building process: A study of border region. European Academic Research, 6(6), 3316-3328.
  • Chitranshi, B., & Dhar, A. (2018). Rethinking development communication. In Oxford research encyclopaedia of communication. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/978019022 8613.013.618
  • Chowdhury, S. (2018). India, the most populated country by the end of the century: Challenges of demographic change [Article published in Spanish]. Vanguardia Dossier, 69(July/September).
  • Chowdhury, S., & Kundu, P. (2018). Alternate systems of medicine in India: How pervasive and why?. Journal of Health Management, 20(2).
  • Dangwal, D. D. (2018). Impact of ecological change on tribals. [Review of the book Nature, knowledge development: Critical essays on environmental history of India, by A. Bandopadhyay (Ed.)], The Book Review, 42(10). Retrieved from: http://thebook review india.org/impact-of-ecological-change-on-tribals/
  • Dar, A. (2018). Performative politics: South Asian children’s identities and political agency. Childhood, 25(4), 437-487.
  • Das, B. (2018). Adivasi identity and livelihoods in contemporary India. Economic and Political Weekly, 53(30), 31-34.
  • Das, P. (2018 Forthcoming). Noise pollution and its impact. In MSc Environmental Science Programme. Delhi: IGNOU.
  • Das, P. (2018 Forthcoming). Oil pollution and its impact. In MSc Environmental Science Programme. Delhi: IGNOU.
  • Das, P. (2018 Forthcoming). Radioactive pollution and its impact. In MSc Environmental Science Programme. Delhi: IGNOU.
  • Das, P. (2018 Forthcoming). Thermal pollution and its impact. In MSc Environmental Science Programme. Delhi: IGNOU.
  • Das, P. (2018 Forthcoming). Waste generation and disposal. In MSc Environmental Science Programme. Delhi: IGNOU.
  • Dave, K., Iyer, V.M. (2018). Unlocking employability potential: Enhancing value of employability. Apeejay Business Review ,17(2), 16-25.
  • Devi, O. H. (2018). Sustainability of Umang Lais sacred grove of Manipur, World Focus (August), 464, 71-77.
  • Dhar, A. K. (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: 10.1177/00699667 17751937
  • Dhar, A. K. (2018). Girindrasekhar Bose and the history of psychoanalysis in India. Indian Journal of History of Science, 53(4), 198-204.
  • 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, (pp.103-124). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • 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), (pp. 246-262). Oxford: Legenda.
  • Goswami, P., & Dubey, R. S. (2018). Analytical solution of the nonlinear diffusion equation. European Physcial Journal Plus, 133(5), 1-12.
  • Goswami, P., Rana, S., & Dubey, R. S. (2018). The norm of pre-Schwarzian derivative on subclasses of bi-univalent functions. ESCI Indexed Journal, 3(4), 600-604.
  • Gupta, I., & Chowdhury, S. (2018). Household microenvironment and its impact on infectious diseases in India: Evidence from the national sample surveys. In V. Dayal, A. Durairappah, & N. Nawn (Eds.), Ecology, economy and society: Essays in honour or Kanchan Chopra (pp. 225-238). Delhi: Springer.
  • Haq, S., & Chandrashekar, K. (2018). A charged conversation: Between the clinic and the classroom. In K. Chandrashekar, K. Lacroix, & S. Siddiqui (Eds.), Annual Review of Critical Psychology, 15(Special Issue – Sex and Power in the University), 168-181.
  • Haq, S., Paul, R., Mihalits, D., Tateo, L., & Marsico, N. (2018). Hidden present and visible ablsent in the city of dreams: Assembling the collective imagination. Human Arenas, 1(2), 151-165.
  • Jain, M. (2018). History textbooks and the idea of India. In Conference proceedings of the international conference on the Idea of India (pp. 78-84). Calcutta: The Seagull Foundation for the Arts.
  • Jain, M. (2018). Public, private and education in India: A historical overview. In M. Jain, R. Mukhopadhyay, A. Mehandale, C. Winch, and P. Sarangapani (Eds.), School education in India: Market, state and quality (pp. 31-66). Abingdon/New York: Routledge.
  • Jain, M. (2018). Recovering the practice and profession of teaching. In M. Jain, R. Mukhopadhyay, A. Mehandale, C. Winch, and P. Sarangapani (Eds.), School education in India: Market, state and quality (pp. 123-138). Abingdon/New York: Routledge.
  • Jain, M. (2018). Schools, markets and citizenship in Delhi. In M. Jain, R. Mukhopadhyay, A. Mehandale, C. Winch, and P. Sarangapani (Eds.), School education in India: Market, state and quality (pp. 191-226). Abingdon/New York: Routledge.
  • Johri, R. (2018). [Review of the book Gendering mental health: Knowledges, critiques and institutions, by B.V. Davar and T.K.S. Ravindran (Eds.)]. Indian Journal of Gender Studies, 25(1), 138-142.
  • Johri, R. (2018). Social and psychological implication of death penalty. Seminar, 711, 22-26.
  • Kabra, A. & Drydyk, J. (2018). Displacement. In J. Drydyk, & L. Keleher (Eds.), Routledge handbook of development ethics (pp. 200-206). London: Taylor & Francis.
  • Chowdhury, S., Gupta, I., Trivedi, M., & Prinja, S. (2018). Inequality and burden or out-of-pocket health spending: District level evidences from India. Indian Journal of Medical Research, 148.
  • Kabra, A. (2018). Dilemmas of conservation displacement from protected areas. In M. M. Cernea, & J. Maldonado (Eds.), Challenging the prevailing paradigm of displacement and resettlement: Risks, impoverishment, legacies, solutions . London: Routledge.
  • Kabra, A., & Mahalwal, S. (2018). The Micropolitics of Dispossession and Resistance: Case Study of a Proposed Dam in Central India. Development and Change, 50(6), 1509–1530. https://doi.org/10.1111/dech.12447
  • Kaul, P. (2018). [review of the book The life of Hinduism by J. S. Hawley & V. Narayanan]. International Journal of Humanistic Ideology, 8(1), 147–150.
  • Khanna, R., Liang, J., Nandi, S., Stanley, A., Moosan, H., and Nakkeeran, N. (2018). ‘Methodology’ in Health inequalities and health of tribal communities in India. In Editors, Historical exclusion, conflict, health systems and ill-health among tribal communities in India: A synthesis of three studies. Trivandrum: Achutha Menon Centre for Health Science Studies.
  • Kushwaha, P., Randhawa, P., Marshall, F., & Desai, P. N. (2018). Waste energy in Delhi: Alternatives towards sustainable urban waste management. Working Paper. New Delhi: TRCSS, JNU.
  • Maddipati, V. (2018). Nothingness as Scaffolding for Being: Gandhi, Madeline Slade, Architecture and the Humanisation of Sacrifices Massive Ecological Existence, Segaon, 1936–37. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 41(2), 259–280.
  • Maddipati, V. (2018). When landscape became kind: A short note on the ascendancy of the immediate present as the sovereign of Rajghat. Journal of Landscape Architecture, 53, 48–63.
  • Maddipati, V. (2018, May 1). One's own present, and the 18th century Present: Impressions of the Berlin workshop landscapes of the long 18th century: Mediating places, powers and pasts in south Asia and beyond. In TRAFO—Blog for Transregional Research. Retrieved from https://trafo.hypotheses.org/8494
  • Marshal, F., Dolley, J., Bisht, R., Priya, R., Waldman, L., Amersinghe, P., & Randhawa, P. (2018). Peri-urban ecosystem services and poverty alleviation in urbanizing contexts. In K. Schreckenberg, G. Mace, & M. Poundyal (Eds.), Ecosystem services and poverty alleviation: Tradeoffs and governance (pp. 111-125). London: Earthscan from Routledge.
  • Mehra, R. (2018). [Book Review of Urban spaces in modern India, by Gupta, N. & Datta, P.(Eds.)]. Summerhill IIAS, XXIV(1), 84-85.
  • Menon, K. (2018) Deepening democracy: Women’s rights and democracy. In B. Nepram (Ed.), Addressing democracy, diversity, racial and gender based violence with focus on sexual violence in conflict areas in India (pp. 44-48). Delhi: Marg and EU. book title and publisher.
  • Menon, K. (2018). State intervention in women’s rights. In B. Biswas and R. Kaul (Eds.), Women and empowerment in contemporary India (pp. 156-168). Delhi: Worldview.
  • Menon, K. (2018). The evolving politics of Odissi. [Review of the book Languid bodies grounded stances, by N. Sikand]. The Book Review, XLII(8), 30-32.
  • Menon, K. (2018). The state of care: Work, ethics and gender. Contemporary Social Scientist, 10(2), 23-30.
  • Menon, K. (2018). Through the lens of gender and sexuality. [Review of the book Dancing with the nation, by R. Vanita]. The Book Review, XLIII(2), 36-38.
  • Menon, K. (2018). Women’s political participation in India. In B. Biswas and R. Kaul (Eds.). Women and empowerment in contemporary India (pp. 66-82). Delhi: Worldview.
  • Menon, S. (2018). The Swaminarayan sect: contested reforms. Journal of Exclusion Studies, 8(2), 90-102.
  • Mir, U. A., & Kokila, K. (2018). Exploring the concept of cultural competence in the context of professional health care practices. Review of Professional Management, 16(1), 50-56.
  • Mir, U. A., & Ningthoujam, S. (2018). Beginning of Anthropocene epoch and challenges for sustainability. World Focus, 464(August).
  • Nag, S. (2018). Significance of linguistic inclusion of children in classrooms. In S. Gurunani (Ed.), Drishti: Concerns and challenges in primary education. Bageshwar: District Institute of Education and Training (DIET).
  • Nag, S. (2018, October 22). Role of linguistic inclusion in children’s comprehension in classroom. Early Literacy Inititiative (TISS). Retrieved from: http://eli.tiss.edu/role-of-linguistic-inclusion-in-childrenscomprehension-in-classrooms/ Check page numbers.
  • Nakkeeran, N., & Nakkeeran, B. (2018). Disability, mental health, sexual orientation and gender identity: Understanding health inequality through experience and difference. BMC Proceedings 16(97) Special issue: Health Research Policy and Systems, 9-19.
  • Negi, R. (2018). Regionalizing air: On the possibilities of trans-border collaborations. Ecology, Economy and Society, 1(2), 87-89.
  • Ningthoujam, S., Bansal, V. M., Singh, T., Devi, O. H. & Zafar, M. (2018). An exploratory study on career aspirations and self-esteem among the conflict affected youth of Manipur. Review of Professional Management, 16(2), 1-13.
  • Nite, D. K. (2018). A fortune maker: Life and the business practice of Joseph Stephens, India and Scandinavia 1869-69. In M. Petersson (Ed.), Fran Britishka Indien till Huseby Bruk (pp. 135-166). Lund: Arkiv Forlog.
  • Nite, D. K. (2018). Archives, being and representation: Studies in the formation and usage of grassroots archives. Journal of Research Institute for Letters, Arts and Sciences, 6(issue), 575-577.
  • Nite, D. K. (2018). Employee benefits, migration and social struggles: an Indian coalfield, 1895–1970. Labor History, 60(4), 372–391. https://doi.org/10.1080 /0023656x.2019 .1537038
  • Nite, D. K. (2018). Labor, wages and living standards of working people: Early modern and colonial India, 1600-1870. In K. Myrvold, and S. Billore (Eds.), India: Research on Cultural Encounters and Representations (pp. 131-161). Stockholm: Makadam Forlog.
  • Nite, D. K. (2018). The colliery town and labour migration: An enquiry into the modern-industrial reproduction arrangement in an Indian coalfield, 1895-1970. Public-Lecture Series, 10(1). Patna: TISS.
  • Padwad, A. (2018). Action research and teacher improvement. In D. Hayes (Ed.), English language teaching in Nepal: Research, reflection and practice, (pp. 59–78). Kathmandu: British Council.
  • 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 (pp. 145-152). London: Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Padwad, A. (2018). Supporting teacher researchers: Some issues. ETAS Jounal, 35(3), 42-45.
  • 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, (pp. 6-12). New Delhi: British Council. Retrieved from: https://www.britishcouncil.in/sites/default/files/eltrep_issue _9.pdf
  • Pandey, S. (2018, January). Holding mirror to a social malaise [review of the book Maid in India: Stories of opportunities and inequality inside our homes by Tripti Lahiri]. The Book Review, 52. Retrieved from http://thebookreviewindia.org /holding-a-mirror-to-a-social-malaise/.
  • Pradhan, G. (2018). Deshprem, deshbhakti aur rashtravad.In Ravikant (Ed.), Aazadi aur rashtravad, (pp. 133–141). New Delhi: Ananya Prakashan.
  • Pradhan, G. (2018). Katha mein mahakavya. In K. Jain (Ed.), Asambhav ke viruddha: Kathakar svayam prakash, (pp. 95–100). Kanpur: Aman Prakashan.
  • Pradhan, G. (2018). Satta, sahitya aur awam.In Ravikant (Ed.), Aaj ke aine mein rashtravad (pp. 86–90). New Delhi: Rajkamal.
  • Prakash, B. (2018). Nation, nationalism and the partition of India: Two moments from Hindi fiction. Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses, 76, 77-89.
  • Prakash, B. (2018). Of bonds and bondings [review of the book No one can pronounce my name by R. Satyal]. The Book Review, 42(1), 67.
  • Prakash, B. (2018). Rahul sanskriyayan ki kahaniyon mein samajik yatharth. Seminar.
  • Prakash, B. (2018). Writing in from the periphery: Partition narratives from rurban Delhi. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 54(3), 307-319.
  • Prasad, V., Nakkeeran, N., Baru, R., & Liang, J. (2018). Findings: Role of the health system. In Editors, Historical exclusion, conflict, health systems and ill-health among tribal communities in India: A synthesis of three studies. Trivandrum: Achutha Menon Centre for Health Science Studies.
  • Rathor, A., & Karunesh, D. K. (2018).Study of food as a cultural heritage among tourist arrival at Uttrakhand, India. In Y. G. Tharakan & G. Prakash (Eds.), Proceeding of research, sustainability and innovation: In the digitised world of hospitality: 3rd international conference on hospitality and tourism, (pp. 40–48). New Delhi: Group Excel India.
  • Remesh, Babu. P (2018). Does employment guarantee support a social protection floor? A case study of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) in India. In T. Dijkhoff & L. Mpedi (Eds.), Recommendation on social protection floors: Basic principles for innovative solutions, (pp. 219–236). Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands: Wolters Kluwer.
  • Saha, P. (2018). [Review of the book How poverty is generated, by J. Pattenden] The Book Review, XLII(10), .
  • Sampat, P. (2018). [Review of the book On pauperism in present and past by J. Breman]. Contributions to Indian Sociology, 52 (1), 102–105.
  • 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.
  • Sen, R. (2018). Note/introduction: Indian feminisms, law reform and law commission of India [Editorial]. Journal of Indian Law and Society, 6(Monsoon), XI-XXXVII. Special issue in honour of Lotika Sarkar.
  • Sen, R., & Mandal, S. (2018). Editorial note: Indian feminisms, law reform and law commission of India. Journal of Indian Law and Society, 6 (Monsoon), XI–XXXVII.
  • Sharma, G. (2018, August 21). Reversal of children’s right to no detention. The New Leam. Retrieved from http://thenewleam.com/2018/08/reversal-of-childrens -right-to-no-detention/ Check page numbers.
  • Sharma, S. (2018). Measuring hunger: Debates on an 'adequate' diet in colonial north India. In K. Bhushi (Ed.), Farm to fingers: The culture and politics of food in contemporary India, (pp. 184–214). New Delhi: Cambridge University Press.
  • Siddiqui, F. (2018). Experiences of schooling: Voices of Muslim students. In S. Kumar, & V. Saxena (Eds.), Psychological and Sociological perspectives in diversity and inclusion: An anthology for researchers and practitioners (pp. 273-282). Delhi: Kanishka Publishers.
  • Singh, E. (2018). [Review of the book CEO China: The rise of Xi Jinping, by K. Brown.] The Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies, 36(2).
  • Singh, S. K. (2018). Dalit politics and its fragments in Punjab: Does religion hold the key?. Economic and Political Weekly, LIII(35), 32-36.
  • Singh, S. K., & Pathak, D. (Eds.). (2018). Fluid faith, rigid religion: In the framework of South Asia. International Journal on Humanistic Ideology, VIII(1).
  • Sinha, D. (2018). Financial inclusion in centre for equity studies. India Exclusion Report 2017-18. Delhi: Yoda Press.
  • Sinha, D. (2018). Rethinking Economics. [Review of the book Essays in economics and other cheerful themes: A dismal scientist’s occasional reflections on the world around him, by S. Subramanian], The Book Review, 42(10), 46-47.
  • Sinha, D., & Azad, R. (2018). Can Jan Dhan Yojana achieve financial inclusion?. Economic and Political Weekly, 53(13), 165–171.
  • Sinha, D., Prasad, V., Chatterjee, P., & Gope, R. (2018). Outcomes of children with severe acute malnutrition in a tribal day-care setting. Indian Pediatrics, 55, 134–136.
  • Snehi, Y. (2018). Resisting fluidity, territorializing practice. In Fluid faith, rigid religion: In the framework of south Asia (special issue). International Journal on Humanistic Ideology, 8(1), 15-40.
  • Snehi, Y. (2018). Resisting fluidity, territorializing practice. International Journal on Humanistic Ideology, 8 (1), 15–40.
  • Snehi, Y. (2018). Spatiality, memory and street shrines of Amritsar. South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal, 18(2018), 1-22. Retrieved from: http://journals.openedition.org/samaj/4559.
  • Solanki-Parmar, S., Nakkeeran, N., Patel, R., Ganguly, P. S., Sodagar, V., & Doshi, M. (2018). Gender differences in post-stroke care giving: Findings from a study conducted in Gandhinagar district of Gujarat. eSocial Sciences and Humanities (eSSH) Special Issue: Health Inequalities in India, 1(2), 17-32.
  • Vahali, D. O. (2018). Partition and the betrayal of India’s independence: An analysis of Ritwik Ghatak’s cinema. Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses, 76(Special issue: Partition and its aftershocks), 91-101.
  • Vahali, D. O. (2018). The subalterns and their margins: A psychoanalytical reading of Mahasweta Devi’s ‘Bayen’. Panjab University Research Journal (Arts), XLV(2), 15-30.
  • Vahali, H.O. (2018). Through alleys and ‘innerscapes’: The city and the psyche. THAAP Journal.
  • Waknis, P. (2018). Impact of policy shock. [Review of the book Demonetization and black economy, by C. R. Reddy]. The Book Review,42(10). http://thebookreview india .org /impact-of-policy-shock/
  • Waknis, P. (2018). On Monetary Economics. [Review of the book Monetary policy in India: A macroeconomic perspective, by C. Ghate & K. M. Kletzer (Eds.)], Economic and Political Weekly, 53(28), 26-27.
  • Zimmer, A., Cornea, N., & Veron, R. (2018). Landscapes of power: The urban in urban political ecology. In D. Iossifova, et al., (Eds.), Defining the urban across the academic disciplines and professional fields. Location: Routledge.