Publication 2019-20

  • Ackerly, B.A., Friedman, E.J., Menon, K., & Zalewski, M. (2019). From iron cages to blurred binaries: feminist and gendered institutional interventions, International Feminist Journal of Politics 21(5) 669-671, DOI: 10.1080/14616742.2019.1687180
  • Anil, K. (2019). Digital financial inclusion in India: The road to sustainability. In A. A. Editor (Ed/s.), Sustainable development a value chain perspective (5-14). New Delhi: Speaking Tiger Publications Pvt. Ltd.
  • Anil, K. (2019). Teaching innovations & emerging trends in social sciences: The way forward in higher education. In A. A. Editor (Ed/s.), Culture of learning and experimentation for well being (Pages). India: Bloomsbury.
  • Anil, T. (2019). Politics of spatial governmentalities: Migrants and their right to the city. In D. Fernandes, & P. O. Martin (Eds.), Labour migration in the post liberalization era. Bangalore: Christian Institute for the Study of Religion and Society (CISRS).
  • Awasthy, R. (2019). Engaging beyond surface: The interplay of affect and cognition. In H. O. Vahali (Ed.), A song called teaching: Ebbs and flows of experiential and empathetic pedagogies (pp. 93–97). Aakar Books.
  • Awasthy, R. (2019). Nature of qualitative research. In R. N. Subudhi & S. Mishra (Eds.), Methodological issues in management research: Advances, challenges and the way ahead (pp. 145–161). Emerald Publishing Limited.
  • Babu, S., & Yadav, G. (2019). Robustness through regime flips in collapsing ecological networks. In L. M. Aiello, C. Cherifi, H. Cherifi, R. Lambiotte, P. Lio, L. M. Rocha (Eds.), Complex networkds and their applications VII. Volume I proceedings the 7th international conference on complex networks and their application, Complex networks 2018 (841-853). Cham: Springer.
  • Balasubrahmanyan, S. (2019). Designing life in India. In M. von Osten & G. Watson (Eds.), Bauhaus Imaginista (pp. 212-223). London: Thames and Hudson.
  • Balasubrahmanyan, S. (2019). Moving away from Bauhaus and Ulm: The development of an environmental focus in the foundation programme at the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad. Bauhaus Imaginista. Retrieved from http://www.bauhaus-imaginista.org /articles/4197/moving-away-from-bauhaus-and-ulm0bbf55ceffc3073699d40c945ada9faf=ab 1585f b 6d5539db94de349af8acceb3
  • Banerjee, A., & Anand, I. (2019). The NDA-II regime and the worsening agrarian crisis. In R. Azad, S. Chakraborty, S. Ramani & D. Sinha (Eds.), A quantum leap in the wrong direction?. Delhi: Orient Blackswan.
  • Brooke A. Ackerly, Elisabeth Jay Friedman, Krishna Menon & Marysia Zalewski (2019) From iron cages to blurred binaries: feminist and gendered institutional interventions, International Feminist Journal of Politics, 21(5), 669-671, DOI: 10.1080/14616742.2019.1687180
  • Browne, K., Banerjea, N., McGlynn, N., Bakshi, L., Beethi, S., Biswas, R. (2019). The limits of Legislative Change: Moving beyond Inclusion/Exclusion to Create ‘a Life Worth Living’. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/23996544198 45910https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/2399654419845910?journalCode=epcb
  • Chaudhary, R. (2019). Countering ‘alienation’: Re-reading subversion in discursive practices. In R. Kumar (Ed.), Left politics in south Asia: Reframing the agenda (pp. 200-222). Delhi: Publisher.
  • Chaudhary, T. (2019). Struggles of housing and livelihoods: Displaced urban settlers in a peripheral industrial region of Delhi. Urban India, 39(2), 99-115.
  • 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.
  • Chowdhury, S. (2019). The spectral coloniality of Calcutta’s Ochterlony. In H. Bekkering, A. Esposito, & C. Goldblum (Eds.). Ideas of the city in Asian settings (pp. 45-80). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  • Chowdhury, S., & Biswas, A. (2019, March 30). No saffron on the plate. Indian Express.
  • 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). “বাংলায় মার্কস” [“Marx in Bengali”]. In S. Duttaguptta (Ed.), Marx. New Delhi: OUP.
  • 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., (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.
  • Gomes, M. A. L., Sharma, R. C., Matta, A. E. R., & Robatto, L. (2019). Three dimensional (3D) simulation for ubiquitous and inclusive learning in a digital era. In Ossiannilsson, E. (Ed.), Ubiquitous inclusive learning in a digital era (pp. 228–251). IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-5225-6292-4.ch010
  • Goswami, P. & Dubey, R. S. (2019). Some fractional integral inequalities for the Katugampola integral operator. ESCI Indexed Journal, 3(4), 600-604.
  • Goswami, P., Agarwal, R., & Paliwal, G. S. (2019). Results of differential subordination for a unified subclass of analytic functions defined using generalized Ruscheweyh derivative operator. Asian-European Journal of Mathematics, 12(3) . Published in June 2019.
  • Gupta, A., Sharma, P., Jain, A., Xue, H., Malik, S. C., & Jha, P. C. (2019). An integrated DEMATEL Six Sigma hybrid framework for manufacturing process improvement. Annals of Operations Research. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10479-019-03341-9
  • Johri, R. (2019). Worrying about the family. In S. Sonpar and N. Kanwar (Eds.), Surviving on the edge: Psychological perspectives on violence and prejudice in India. New Delhi: Yoda Press and Sage.
  • Kabra, A. (2019). Ecological critiques of exclusionary conservation. Ecology, economy and society – The INSEE Journal, 2, 9-26.
  • Kabra, A. (2019). Caste in Stone? Exploring Caste and Class Dimensions of Conservation Displacement in Central India. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 50(5), 785–805. https://doi. org/ 10.1080/00472336.2019.1696877
  • Mathur, S., & Dave, K. (2019). Motivation for Buying Green Electronics: A Study of Young Customers in Delhi-NCR Region. Abhigyan, 37(2), 21.
  • Menon, K. (2019). The ‘right’ music: Caste and ‘classical’ music in south India. In B. Nanda and N. Ray (Eds.), Discourse on rights in India: Debates and dilemmas (338-345). New York: Routledge.
  • Menon, S. (2019). BJP and the politics of polarization: Agenda for the 2019 elections. The Asia Dialogue. Retrieved from: http://theasiadialogue.com/2019/03/20/bjp-and-the-politics-of -polarisation-agenda-for-the-2019-elections/
  • Mirza S. (2019). Becoming Waste: Three Moments in the Life of Landfills in Mumbai City. Economic & Political Weekly, 54(47).
  • Mirza, S. (2019). Cow Politics: Spatial Shifts in the Location of Slaughterhouses in Mumbai City. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 42(5), 861–879. https://doi.org/10.1080/008564 01.2019.1644766
  • Misra, S. (2019). The legacy of jallianwala bagh. In R. Ramachandran (Ed.), Martyrdom to freedom: 100 Years of Jallianwala Bagh (pp. 47–53). Rupa Publications.
  • Misra, S. (2019, August 11). Glorious Bravehearts. Deccan Herald. https://www.deccanherald .com/sunday-herald/sh-top-stories/glorious-bravehearts-753197.html
  • Misra, S. (2019, November 12). Jallianwala bagh massacre: Shedding new light on a past that refuses to fade. [Review of the book Jallianwala bagh: An empire of fear and the making of the Amritsar massacre, by Wagner, Kim A.]. The Tribune, https://www.telegraph india.com/culture/books/jallianwala-bagh-massacre-shedding-new-light-on-a-past-that-refuses-to-fade/cid/1720981
  • Misra, S. (2019, November 13). Gandhi & Nehru: Poles apart but they transformed each other and the freedom struggle. National Herald. https://www.nationalheraldindia.com/opinion /gandhi-and-nehru-poles-apart-but-they-transformed-each-other-and-the-freedom-struggle
  • Misra, S. (2019, October 2). Gandhi remained brutally frank till the end. National Herald. https://www.nationalheraldindia.com/india/mahatma-gandhi-remained-brutally-frank-till-the-end
  • Misra, S. (2019, September 29). Satyagraha as a weapon. The Sunday Tribune. https://www. tribuneindia.com/news/archive/features/gandhi-150-years-non-violence-839569
  • Mudiganti, U. (2019). ‘I am not a Sahib’: Boys and masculinity in kipling’s indian fiction. In Varma, P. & Pradhan, A. (Eds.), Kipling and yeats at 150: Retrospectives/perspectives (pp. 227–241). Routledge India.
  • Mudiganti, U. (2019). Et tu, brute?: The child soldier and the child victim in Shobasakthi’s traitor. In Kumar, K. & Multani, A. (Eds.), Childhood traumas: narratives and representations (pp. 114–131). Routledge India.
  • Mudiganti, U. (2019). Only connect: Some reflections on teaching. In Vahali , H. O. (Ed.), A song called teaching: Ebbs and flows of experiential and empathetic pedagogies (pp. 67–71). Aakar Books.
  • Mukherjee C, Chakravarty D, Jose A V, DuvVury N, Reddy R, Isaac T (2019). An Excellent Teacher and Principled Intellectual. Economic and Political Weekly, 54(48).
  • Nagalia, S. (2019). 21st century smart modern global city: The political economy of memory. Indian Journal of , 22(January) .
  • Nagalia, S. (2019). Replacing silence with speech. [Review of the book The search for justice: The Sri Lanka papers, by K. Jayawardena and K. Pinto-Jayawardena (Eds.)]. Economic and Political Weekly, 54(11), 24-27.
  • Nagalia, S. (2019). Women’s oppression and socialist feminism. Ayan Quarterly, 7(1), 317-322.
  • Navani, M. T. (2019). Gender and higher education in India: Negotiating equity with access. In D. Neubauer and S. Kaur (Eds.). Gender and the changing face of higher education in Asia Pacific (73-88). Location: Publisher.
  • Nite, D. K. (2019). Negotiating the mines: The culture of safety in the Indian coalmines, 1895-1970. Studies in History, 35(1), 88-118.
  • Ozberk, O., Sharma, R. C., & Dagli, G. (2019). School teachers’ and administrators’ opinions about disability services, quality of schools, total quality management and quality tools. International Journal of Disability, Development and Education, 66(6), 598–609. https://doi.org/10.1080/1034912x.2019.1642455
  • Pande, M. H. (2019). Exploring self-evaluation of teacher talk (SETT) in the Indian ESL context with in-service teachers. Foretell, 38, 47-60.
  • Pandey, A. (2019 forthcoming). The (un)canny body: Affect and the figure of the hysteric. In L. Vashist and D. Sachdev (Eds.), Critical Cultures and Cultural Critiques in Psychology, 2(1), . Retrieved from: www.https://cuspthejournal.com.
  • Pandey, S. (2019). [Review of the book 1-800-worlds: The making of the Indian call centre economy, by M. Krishnamurthy]. Contributions to Indian Sociology, 53(1), 238-240. Retrieved from: https://doi.org/10.1177/0069966718804972.
  • Prajapati, B., & Tiwari, S. K. (2019). Generalized derivations act as a Jordan homomorphism on multilinear polynomials. Communications in Algebra, 47(7), 2777-2797.
  • Prinja, S., Bahuguna, P., Chowdhury, S., Gupta, I., & Trivedi, M. (2019). Role of insurance in determining utilization of healthcare and financial risk protection in India. PLoS ONE, 14(2).
  • Rai, A. (2019). Digital Divide: How Do Women in South Asia Respond?. International Journal of Digital Literacy and Digital Competence (IJDLDC), 10(1), 1–14.
  • Rai, A. (2019). Experience, Innovations and Challenges in Setting up a University Library: A Narrative from Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD). Library Progress (International), 39(1), 144–153.
  • Rai, A., & Sharma, A. K. (2019). Digital Divide and Libraries: A Systematic Literature Review. Library Herald, 57(3), 402–413.
  • Rai, P.C. (2019). Building and using common knowledge as a tool for a pedagogic action. In A. Edwards, M. Fleer, and L. Bøttcher (Eds.). Cultural-historical approaches to studying learning and development: Societal, institutional and personal perspectives. Singapore: Springer.
  • Rai, P.C. (2019). Perspectives on learning and its implications for assessment in social sciences. In NCERT (Ed.). Development of social science textbooks and curricular materials (1-16). New Delhi: NCERT. Check editors.
  • Rathor, A., & Prakash, G. (2019). Culinary study and cultural heritage of Delhi: Tourist perspective India. In Y. G. Tharakan, & G. Prakash (Eds.). Proceeding of Research, Hospitality, Tourism Education and Technology Management (pp. 8). At the 4th international conference on hospitality and tourism, organized by Le Cordon Bleu School of Hospitality, G. D. Goenka University, Gurugram, India.
  • Sachdev, D. (2019). Caste away: Recalcitrant affects and social reproduction. In L. Vashist and D. Sachdev (Eds.), CUSP The Journal (Critical Cultures and Cultural Critiques in Psychology), 2(1), . Retrieved from: www.https://cuspthejournal.com.
  • Sarkar, S. (2019). The neighbourhood museum: Focusing on the local. Varta, 1(2).
  • 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.
  • Sharma, G. (2019). Policy and regulatory changes in teacher education in India: Concerns, debates and contestations. Economic and Policital Weekly Engage, 54(2), 1-10. Retrieved from:https://www.epw.in/engage/article/policy-and-regulatory-changes-teacher-education-in-india
  • Sharma, P., Gupta, Anshu, Malik, S. C. & Jha, P. C. (2019). Quality Improvement in Manufacturing Process through Six Sigma: A Case Study of Indian MSME Firm. Yugoslav Journal of Operations Research. 29(4), 519–537. DOI: https://doi.org/10.2298/YJOR190 115007S
  • Sharma, R. C., Kawachi, P., & Bozkurt, A. (2019). Exploring changing perspectives in distance education. Asian Journal of Distance Education, 14(1), 1–6. http://asianjde.org/ojs/ index.php/AsianJDE/article/view/285
  • Sharma, R. C., Kawachi, P., & Bozkurt, A. (2019). The landscape of artificial intelligence in open, online and distance education: Promises and concerns. Asian Journal of Distance Education, 14(2), 1-2.
  • Sharma, S. K. (2019). Poorhouses and gratuitous relief in colonial north India. In A. Mukherjee (Ed.), A cultural history of famine: Food security and the environment in India and Britain (129-148). London & New York: Routledge.
  • Singh, S. (2019). Language Literacy and Bilingualism in the Early Years. In Kaul, V. & Bhattacharjea, S. (Eds.), Early childhood education and school readiness in India (pp. 153–171). Springer Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-7006-9_8
  • Singh, S., & Chaudhary, A. B. (2019). Situating teacher beliefs. In Kaul, V. & Bhattacharjea, S. (Eds.), Early childhood education and school readiness in India (pp. 173–194). Springer Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-7006-9_9
  • Sinha, D. (2019, February 2). Is this budget really for unorganized sector workers? The Wire. Retrieved from: https://thewire.in/labour/budget-2019-unorganised-sector-workers
  • Sinha, D. (2019, January 11). Plugging the design gaps in ICDS for all children. DNA.
  • Sinha, D. (2019, January 25). Right to education: When access can also mean quality. DNA.
  • Sinha, D., & Bhatty, K. (2019, February 11). There’s a hole in the data. Indian Express.
  • Sinha, D., & Bhatty, K. (2019, January 24). Those we take for granted. Indian Express.
  • Sinha, D., & Sengupta, S. (2019, February 6). How maternity benefits can be extended to informal women workers. The Wire. Retrieved from: https://thewire.in/women/how -maternity-benefits-can-be-extended-to-informal-women-workers
  • Snehi, Y. (2019). Historiography, fieldwork and popular Sufi shrines in the Indian Punjab. The Indian Economic and Social History Review, 56(2), 1-32.
  • Snehi, Y. (2019). Historiography, fieldwork and popular sufi shrines in the indian Punjab. The Indian Economic & Social History Review, 56(2), 195–226. https://doi.org/10.1177/ 0019464619835667
  • Vahali, H.O., & Vahali, D. O. (2019). The (im)possible embrace: A search for non-violent possibilities in the aftermath of violent uprootedness. Psychology and Developing Societies, 31(1), 139-161.
  • Venkataraman, G. (2019, February). Acquire multiple skills by combining subjects. Higher Education (English) – 2019. New Delhi: The Times Group.
  • Venkataraman, G., & Cocke, W. (2019). On the number of elements of maximal order in a group. The American Mathematical Monthly, 126(1), 66-69.