Second cutoff list for UG Programmes declared

Publication 2019-20

 

  • 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.

  • 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.
     
  • 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 (273-282). Delhi: Kanishka Publishers.
     
  • 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.

  • Chakravarty, R. (2018). Translating women: Different voices and new horizons. Translation Studies, 11(3), 365-367.
  • Chakravarty, R. (Forthcoming). A different idiom: Translation and disability. In S. Sati, & G. J. V. Prasad, Disability in translation: The Indian perspective (). London & New Delhi: Routledge.
  • Chowdhury, S. (2018). The indiscreet charms of spatial ugliness: An enquiry into a (post)-colonial city. In E. Przybyki, & S. Rodrigues (Eds.), On the politics of ugliness (171-192). Location: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • 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 (45-80). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  • Chowdhury, S. (2018). A divine version of ourselves. [Review of the book God: A human history, by R. Aslan] Biblio: A Review of Books, XXIII(10-12), 38.
  • Prakash, B. (2018). Writing in from the periphery: Partition narratives from rurban Delhi. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 54(3), 307-319.
  • Prakash, B. (2018). Nation, nationalism and the partition of India: Two moments from Hindi fiction. Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses, 76, 77-89.
  • Naved, S. (2018). Transgender Muslims. In H. Cheang, & A. Arondekar, et al, (Eds.), Global encyclopedia of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer history, (). New York: Scibners.
  • Singh, S. R. (2018). Life-writing and disabled self in the works of Oliver W. Sacks. In A. Ghai (Ed.), Disability in south Asia: Knowledge and experience (214-226). New Delhi: Sage Publications.
  • 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.
  • 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, 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.
  • Chakravarty, R. (2018, August 7). Tagore’s books were way ahead of their time. Personal interview with Indian Link. Retrieved from: http://www.indianlink.com.au/radha-chakravarty-translates-rabindranath-tagore-death-anniversary
  • Chowdhury, S., & Biswas, A. (2019, March 30). No saffron on the plate. Indian Express.
  • Chowdhury, S. (2018, December 19). Messenger as Mandate. Indian Express.
  • Chowdhury, S. (2018, July 24). It ain’t no revolution. Indian Express.
  • Chowdhury, S. (2018, May 5). Mother tongue tied. Business Standard.
  • Sankhil, S. (2018, May 16). A book long due: Jim W. Kasom’s Homecoming and other stories. [Review of the book Homecoming and other stories, by J.W. Kasom] The Northeast Today.

  • 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 (29-53). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  • Banerjea, N., & Browne, K. (2018). Livable lives: A transnational queer-feminist reflection in sexuality, development and governance. In C. Mason (Ed.), Queer development studies: A reader (169-180). New York: Routledge.
  • Banerjee, A. (2018). Interrogating the agrarian question in India under neo-liberalism: A peasant class approach. In A. Banerjee & C. P. Chandrasekhar (Eds.), Dispossession, deprivation and development: Essays for Utsa Patnaik (). New Delhi: Tulika Books.
  • 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.
  • Chakravarty, P. (2018). The story of partition from the official and the alternate archives. In C. Mahn & A. Murphy (Eds.), Partition and the practice of memory (91-114). London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Dhar, A. K. (2018). Girindrasekhar Bose and the history of psychoanalysis in India. Indian Journal of History of Science, 53(4), 198-204.
  • Goswami, P., & Dubey, R. S. (2018). Analytical solution of the nonlinear diffusion equation. European Physcial Journal Plus, 133(5), 1-12.
  • 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.
  • Goswami, P., & Dubey, R. S. (2019). Some fractional integral inequalities for the Katugampola integral operator. ESCI Indexed Journal, 3(4), 600-604.
  • 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.
  • Jassal, S. T. (2018). Echoes on the shrine: Remembering and forgetting in tow contexts. In S. T. Jassal & H. Turan (Eds.), New perspectives on India and Turkey: Connections and debates (47-61). London: Routledge.
  • 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.
  • 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 (135-166). Lund: Arkiv Forlog.
  • 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 (131-161). Stockholm: Makadam Forlog.
  • Nite, D. K. (2019). Negotiating the mines: The culture of safety in the Indian coalmines, 1895-1970. Studies in History, 35(1), 88-118.
  • 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.
  • Nite, D. K. (2018). Employee benefits, migration and social movement: An Indian coalfield, 1895-1970. Labour History, DOI:10.1080/0023656X.2019.1537038
  • 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.
  • Prajapati, B., & Tiwari, S. K. (2019). Generalized derivations act as a Jordan homomorphism on multilinear polynomials. Communications in Algebra 47(7), 2777-2797.
  • Sampat, P. (2018). India’s land impasse: Infrastructure, resistance and rent. In V. Lawson & S Elwood (Eds.), Relational poverty politics: Forms, struggles and possibilities (). Athens: University of Georgia Press.
  • Sen, R. (2018). Interrogating (non)-consent in sexual intimacies and infringements: Mapping the socio-legal landscape in India. In G. Chaddha and M. T. Joseph (Eds.), Re-imagining Sociology in India: Feminist perspectives (197-219). London & New York: Routledge.
  • Sen, R. (2018). Re-imagining kinship in disability specific domesticity: Legal understanding of care and companionship. In A. Ghai (Ed.), Mapping disability studies in south Asia (401-412). New Delhi: Sage Publications.
  • 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.
  • Sinha, D. (2018). Financial inclusion in centre for equity studies. India Exclusion Report 2017-18. Delhi: Yoda Press.
  • Sinha, D., Himanshu, Lanjouw, P., & Stern, N. (2018). Palanpur: The village through seven decades. In Himanshu, P. Lanjouw, & N. Stern (Eds.), How lives change: Palanpur, India, and development economics (). UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Sinha, D., & Bhattacharya, R. (2018). Human development: Education, health, public services. In Himanshu, P. Lanjouw, & N. Stern (Eds.), How lives change: Palanpur, India, and development economics (). UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Sinha, D., & Himanshu. (2018). Society and politics: Inertia and change. In Himanshu, P. Lanjouw, & N. Stern (Eds.), How lives change: Palanpur, India, and development economics (). UK: Oxford University Press.
  • 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. (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.
  • 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.
  • Venkataraman, G. (2019, February). Acquire multiple skills by combining subjects. In Higher Education (English) – 2019. New Delhi: The Times Group.
  • Venkataraman, G. (2018, July). Southern Grey Shrike [Photograph]. In Shirihai & Svensson, Handbook of Western Paleartic Birds. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Mir, U. A., & Ningthoujam, S. (2018). Beginning of Anthropocene epoch and challenges for sustainability. World Focus, 464(August) .
  • 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.
  • Sinha, D., & Azad, R. (2018, May 24). The Jan-Dhan Yojana, four years later. The Hindu.
  • Sinha, D. (2018, August 17). There are many holes in the Ayushman Bharat health shield. MoneyControl.
  • Sinha, D., & Bhatty, K. (2018, October 15). What is affecting the performance of the public sector. The Wire. Retrieved from: https://thewire.in/government/public-sector-health-education-vacancies
  • 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, January 24). Those we take for granted. Indian Express.
  • 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., & 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
  • Sinha, D., & Bhatty, K. (2019, February 11). There’s a hole in the data. Indian Express.
  • Venkataraman, G., & Cocke, W. (2019). On the number of elements of maximal order in a group. The American Mathematical Monthly, 126(1), 66-69.
  • 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.
  • 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), . Retrieved from: 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/
  • 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.
  • 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://thebookreviewindia.org/impact-of-ecological-change-on-tribals/
  • Dhar, A. K. (2018). [Review of the book Violence and the burden of memory: Remembrance and erasure in Sinhala consciousness, by S. Perera]. Contributions to Indian Sociology, 52(2), 245-247.
  • 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.
  • Waknis, P. (2018). Impact of policy shock. [Review of the book Demonetization and black economy, by C. R. Reddy]. The Book Review, 42(10), . Retrieved from: http://thebookreviewindia.org/impact-of-policy-shock/
  • 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-soil-politics-and-spectacle-of.html
  • 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/

  • Brooke A. Ackerly, Elisabeth Jay Friedman, Krishna Menon & Marysia Zalewski (2020) Feminism knowledge+politics, International Feminist Journal of Politics, 22:1, 1-3, DOI: 10.1080/14616742.2020.1703715
  • 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
  • Menon, K. (2018). The state of care: Work, ethics and gender. Contemporary Social Scientist, 10(2), 23-30.
  • 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, K. (2018). Women’s political participation in India. In B. Biswas and R. Kaul (Eds.), Women and empowerment in contemporary India (66-82). Delhi: Worldview.
  • 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 (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 (156-168). Delhi: Worldview.
  • Chaudhary, R. (2019). Countering ‘alienation’: Re-reading subversion in discursive practices. In R. Kumar (Ed.), Left politics in south Asia: Reframing the agenda (200-222). Delhi: Publisher.
  • Nagalia, S. (2019). Women’s oppression and socialist feminism. Ayan Quarterly, 7(1), 317-322.
  • Nagalia, S. (2019). 21st century smart modern global city: The political economy of memory. Indian Journal of Geography, 22(January), .
  • Pandey, A. (2019 forthcoming). The (un)canny body: Affect and the figure of the hysteric. 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.
  • Sachdev, D. (2019 forthcoming). 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.
  • Johri, R. (2018). Social and psychological implication of death penalty. Seminar, 711, 22-26.
  • 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.
  • Haq, S. (2018). Sita through the time wrap: Revisiting the ticklish relationship between renunciation and moral narcissism in the lives of Indian women. In A. Dhar, M. Kumar, & A. Mishra (Eds.), Psychoanalysis from the Indian terroir: Emerging themes in culture, family and childhood (67-84). Lanham: Lexington Books.
  • 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.
  • Haq, S., & Siddiqui, S. (2018). Between neutrality and disavowal: Being Muslim therapists in India. In I. Parker & S. Siddiqui (Eds.), Islamic psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic Islam: Cultural and clinical dialogues (60-69). London: Routledge.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Vahali, H.O. (2018). Through alleys and ‘innerscapes’: The city and the psyche. THAAP Journal, vol(issue), .
  • Online Publications
  • Menon, K. (2018, November 25). 16 days blogathon [web log comment]. Retrieved from: https://16daysblogathon.wordpress.com/.
  • 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). 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Sarin, N. (2018). Mental health and learning: Students speak up! [Motion Picture]. India: Newsclick. Retrieved from: https://www.newsclick.in/mental-health-and-learning-students-speak

  • Das, B. (2018). Adivasi identity and livelihoods in contemporary India. Economic and Political Weekly, 53(30), 31-34.
  • Das, P. (2018 Forthcoming). Radioactive pollution and its impact. MSc Environmental Science Programme. Delhi: IGNOU.
  • Das, P. (2018 Forthcoming). Thermal pollution and its impact. MSc Environmental Science Programme. Delhi: IGNOU.
  • Das, P. (2018 Forthcoming). Oil pollution and its impact. MSc Environmental Science Programme. Delhi: IGNOU.
  • Das, P. (2018 Forthcoming). Noise pollution and its impact. MSc Environmental Science Programme. Delhi: IGNOU.
  • Das, P. (2018 Forthcoming). Waste generation and disposal. MSc Environmental Science Programme. Delhi: IGNOU.
  • Devi, O. H. (2018). Sustainability of Umang Lais sacred grove of Manipur. World Focus (August), 464, 71-77.
  • 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.
  • Kabra, A. (2019). Ecological critiques of exclusionary conservation. Ecology, economy and society – The INSEE Journal, 2, 9-26.
  • Kabra, A., & Mahalwal, S. (2018). The micropolitics of dispossession and resistance: Case study of a proposed dam in central India. Developing a change, 0(0), 1-22. DOI: 10.1111/dech.12447
  • 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. & Drydyk, J. (2018). Displacement. In J. Drydyk, & L. Keleher (Eds.), Routledge handbook of development ethics (200-206). London: Taylor & Francis.
  • 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.
  • Das, P., & Purkayastha, P. (2018, June 2). An ecological trip to City Forest, Ghaziabad [Video file]. Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkpKZ9itTxo
  • Das, P., & Purkayastha, P. (2018, October 22). Trip to Canada as visitng faculty under SFTIG 2017-18, SICI [Video file]. Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WncumWLPi1M
  • Purkayastha, P., & Das, P. (2018, October 29). Chatla: A floodplain wetland in a biodiversity hotspot [Video file]. Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJnz7LEynLA&pbjreload=10

  • 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).
  • 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, .
  • Chowdhury, S., & Kundu, P. (2018). Alternate systems of medicine in India: How pervasive and why? Journal of Health Management, 20(2), .
  • 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 (225-238). Delhi: Springer.
  • 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), .
  • 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 (111-125). London: Earthscan from Routledge.
  • 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.
  • 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. Check
  • 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. Cite for Special Issue.
  • 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. Check
  • Negi, R. (2018). Regionalizing air: On the possibilities of trans-border collaborations. Ecology, Economy and Society, 1(2), 87-89.
  • Rawal, V., & Saha, P. (2018). Women’s employment in India: What do recent NSS surveys of employment and unemployment show? In A. Banerjee, & C. P. Chandrasekhar (Eds.), Dispossession, deprivation and development: Essays for Utsa Patnaik (). Delhi: Tulika Books.
  • Saha, P. (2018). [Review of the book How poverty is generated, by J. Pattenden] The Book Review, XLII(10), .
  • 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).
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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), .
  • Kumar, S. (2018, May 11). [Invited Guest] Is rape just about sexual gratification? Scoopwhoop – SW Explains. Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iy06LrjwtEE
  • Singh, S. K. (2018, August 25). Why doesn’t India eulogize Sant Ravidas the way it worships Kabir or Valmiki? Scroll.in. Retrieved from: https://scroll.in/magazine/878342/why-doesnt-india-eulogise-sant-ravidas-the-way-it-worships-kabir-or-valmiki

  • Dar, A. (2018). Performative politics: South Asian children’s identities and political agency. Childhood, 25(4), 437-487.
  • 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 (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 (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 (191-226). Abingdon/New York: Routledge.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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). कक्षा में सी की . वी . टी . सी . जगह नहीं (No place for CCTV in classrooms). Pathshaala Bhitar Aur Bahar, 1(1), 9-12. Retrieved from: https://azimpremjifoundation.org/foundation-publications/9530#main-content
  • 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
  • Nag, S. (2018, June 28). The skew in education. The Indian Express. Retrieved from : https://indianexpress.com/article/opinion/columns/education-system-government-schools-in-indiahigher-education-hrd-ministry-5236231/ Check page numbers.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Jain, M. (2018). History textbooks and the idea of India. Conference proceedings of the international conference on the Idea of India (pp. 78-84). Calcutta: The Seagull Foundation for the Arts.

  • 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, 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. (2018). De-globalisation and impact of Brexit on global economy and SAARC nations. International Journal of Business Ethics in Developing Economies, 7(1), page numbers.
  • 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), page numbers.
  • 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), page numbers.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Dave, K., Iyer, V.M. (2018). Unlocking employability potential: Enhancing value of employability. Apeejay Business Review 17(2), 16-25.
  • Mathur, S., & Dave, K. (forthcoming). Motivation for buying green electronics: A study of young customers in Delhi-NCR region. Abhigyan, Fore School of Management.
  • Valentina, K. (2018, June 10). Dakshin tak pahuncha honour killing ka zeher. Outlook (Hindi), page number.
  • Valentina, K. (2018, July 30). Hamara pane ki khwaish. Outlook (Hindi), page number.

  • Banerjee, A. (2017). [review of the report State of India's livelihoods 2016 editedby G. Srinivasan & N. Srinivasan]. South Asia Economic Journal, 18(2), 331–333.
  • —— (2017). Making sense of the agrarian question in India [review of the book Critical perspectives on agrarian transition: India in the global debate editedby B. B. Mohanty]. Economic and Political Weekly, 52 (29), 34–35.
  • —— (2017). Specificities of Indian capitalism [review of the book State and capital in independent India: Institutions and accumulation by C. Dasgupta]. The Book Review, 42 (3), 33–34.
  • Banerjea, N., Browne, K., Mcglynn, N., B., S., Bakshi, L., Banerjee, R., & Biswas, R. (2017).Towards transnational feminist queer methodologies. Gender, Place & Culture, 24(10), 1376–1397.
  • 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, (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, (29–53). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  • 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.
  • Mir, U. A. (2017). Methodological issues in assessment of adolescent mental health in a conflict zone: A case study of Jammu and Kashmir. The Indian Journal of Pediatrics (Special Supplement), 1, 95.
  • Dutta, A., & Mir, U. A. (2017).Exploring gendered challenges of distress migration: A qualitative study on the community of migrant farmers in Delhi. Journal of the Anthropological Survey of India, 66(1 & 2), 83–101.
  • Nite, D. K. (2017). Labour, wages and living standards of working people: Early modern and colonial India, 1600–1870. In K. Myrvold & S. Billore (Eds.), India: Research on cultural encounters and representations (1st ed., 131–161). Göteborg: Makadam Publisher.
  • Nite, D. K., & Stewart, P. (2017). From fatalism to mass action to incorporation to neoliberal individualism: Worker safety on South African mines, c.1955–2016. Review of African Political Economy, 44(152), 252–271.
  • Sampat, P. (2018). [review of the book On pauperism in present and past by J. Breman]. Contributions to Indian Sociology, 52 (1), 102–105.
  • Sen, R. (2017). Reading the social in autobiographies: A glimpse into everyday life and history. In N. Jayaram (Ed.), Knowing the social world: Methodologies in sociological research (pp. 280–298). Shimla: IIAS & Oxford University Press.
  • 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, 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,(184–214). New Delhi: Cambridge University Press.
  • Singh, S.K. (2017). Fluid faiths of South Asia: Thinking through Ravidassia in Punjab, India. In D.N. Pathak (Ed.) Another South Asia (100–118). Delhi: Primus Books.
  • —— (2017). Deras as little fiefdoms: Understanding the Dera Sacha Sauda Phenomenon. Economic and Political Weekly, 52(37), 20–23.
  • —— (2017). The caste question and songs of protest in Punjab.Economic and Political Weekly, 52(4).
  • Sinha, D., Prasad, V., Sengupta, S., & Shukla, A. (2017).Inept fiscal transitions and budgetary disruptions in nutritional services for women and children. Journal of the National Human Rights Commission, India, 16, 159–182.
  • Sinha, D, Joshi, A., Patnaik, B (2017). Demanding accountability for hunger in India. In N. Hossain & P. Scott-Villiers (Eds.). Food riots, food rights and the politics of provisions, UK: Routledge.
  • 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. International Journal on Humanistic Ideology, 8 (1), 15–40.
  • Venkataraman, G. (2017). An autobiographical account: Woman mathematician in India. Economic and Political Weekly, 52(17), 61–66.
  • Venkataraman, G., Sahni, V., Naik, S., Raina, D., Isaac, K. P., Sharma, R. S., Goswami, G., & Saxena, N. (2017). Education technology roadmap: Technology vision 2035, Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council [TIFAC]. New Delhi: Government of India.
  • Agarwal, N., Shah, R., &Venkataraman, G. (2018). Maryam Mirzakhani: The master artist of curved surfaces. Resonance: Journal of Science Education, 23 (3), 253–262.

  • Roy, A. (2017). Imagining undreamt selves. In M. B. Acreche & M. W. Harris (Eds.), Counterdreamers,(141–149). London: Karnac.

  • Kumar, D., & Manju. (2017). Ambedkar University Delhi library services: Role of DELNET. Journal of Library and Information Communication Technology, 6(1), 19–25.

  • Dewle, M. (2017). Why genre-based approach should be used to teach academic writing in Indian context? Journal of Research Scholars and Professionals of English Language Teaching, 4 (1), 1–9.
  • —— (2017).Suitability of materials in reading comprehension of grade 3 and 5 ESL learners. In R. Hauzel & L. Sridevi (Eds.), English language and literature: Critical perspectives,(69–83). Hyderabad: Gitam University Press.
  • Padwad, A. (2018). Action research and teacher improvement. In D. Hayes (Ed.), English language teaching in Nepal: Research, reflection and practice,(59–78). Kathmandu: British Council.
  • Samuel, N. (2017). [review of the book Trends in language teaching by R. Agnihotri]. Fortell, 35, 23.

  • Amin, I.(2017, December). [Review of the State of India’s livelihood report 2016 by G. Srinivasan & N. Srinivasan]. Social Change, 47(4) 642–645.
  • Dey, I. (2018).Health, standardisation and Bengali sweets. In K. Bhushi (Ed.), Farm to fingers : The culture and politics of food in contemporary India,(103–127). Cambridge University Press.
  • 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., & Chakrabarti, A. (2017).Transition. In D. M. Brennan, D. Kristjanson-Gural, C. P. Mulder, & E. K. Olsen (Eds.), Routledge handbook of Marxian Economics. Routledge.
  • Dhar, A., & Chakrabarti, A. (2017).Economic development. In D. M. Brennan, D. Kristjanson-Gural, C. P. Mulder, & E. K. Olsen (Eds.), Routledge handbook of Marxian Economics. Routledge.

  • Mao, A. K., & Mohan, R. (2017).Death anxiety among urban Indian graduate students. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Educational Research, 12 (5), 290–304.
     
  • 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,(40–48). New Delhi: Group Excel India.

  • Chakravarty, R. (2017, December). [review of the book Towards an ethics and aesthetics of the future by S. Chakrabarti]. The Book Review, XLI (12), 57.
  • —— (2017, April). [Review of the book Encounters with people and the angels of hope by H. K. Kaul]. The Book Review, XLI (4).
  • —— (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.
  • —— (2018, February). [review of the book Durgeshnandini by B. C. Chatterji]. The Book Review, XLII (2), 21.
  • Mudiganti, U. (2017). One part woman: Controversial challenge to hegemonic masculinity. The IACLALS Journal, 3, 21–28.
  • Pradhan, G. (2018). Satta, sahitya aur awam.In Ravikant (Ed.), Aaj ke aine mein rashtravad (pp. 86–90). New Delhi: Rajkamal.
  • —— (2018). Deshprem, deshbhakti aur rashtravad.In Ravikant (Ed.), Aazadi aur rashtravad,(133–141). New Delhi: Ananya Prakashan.
  • —— (2018). Katha mein mahakavya. In K. Jain (Ed.), Asambhav ke viruddha: Kathakar svayam prakash,(95–100). Kanpur: Aman Prakashan.
  • Prakash, B. (2018). Writing in from the periphery: Partition narratives from urban Delhi. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 54(3), 317–319.
  • —— (2018). Nation, nationalism and the partition of India: Two moments from Hindi fiction. Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses,76, 77–89.
  • Sankrit, S.(2017). Sahitya ka samarthya Hindi alochana ke sandarbh mein. Sahitya Parikrama, 71.
  • —— (2017). Aaj ka yuwa kavi.In A. Kandhwe (Ed.), Adhunik Sahitya. Delhi
  • —— (2017). Zakia Zubairi ka vyaktitva. In A. Kandhwe & A. Nawariya (Eds.), Zakia Zubairi: Pardes mein des. Delhi: Vishwa Hindi Sahitya Parishad.
  • —— (2018). Rahul sanskriyayan ki kahaniyon mein samajik yatharth. Seminar.
  • Thomas, S. (2017). Towards a monolingual world: Indian English fiction and translations in India. In O. I. Seel (Ed.), Redefining translation and interpretation in cultural evolution, USA: IGI Global.
  • —— (2018). Of bonds and bondings [review of the book No one can pronounce my name by R. Satyal]. The Book Review, 42(1), 67.
  • Vahali, D. O. (2017). Crossing: A journey within and beyond in Alice Walker's ‘By the Light of My Father's Smile’. Literary Quest, 3 (3), 1–16.
  • —— (2018).The path to hell. In M. Asaduddin (Ed.), Premchand: The complete short stories (Vol. 1) New Delhi: Penguin Books.

  • Chaudhry, R. (2018). Theorising power and marginalisation: Policing Delhi police. In R. Malhotra-Dhingra, N. Nakra, & R. Mohan (Eds.), Marginalised groups in India,(145–158). New Delhi: Regal Publications.
  • Haq, S. (2018). Sita throught the time wrap: Revisiting the ticklish relationship between renunciation and moral narcissism in the lives of Indian women. In A. Dhar, M. Kumar, & A. Mishra (Eds.), Psychoanalysis from the Indian terroir: Emerging themes in culture, family, and childhood. Lanham: Lexington Books.
  • Haq, S.and Masih, S. (2017). Waiting in the Dark.In M. B. Acreche & M. W. Harris (Eds.), Counterdreamers. London: Karnac.
  • Lovitoli, J. (2018). Text, knowledge and representation: Reading gender in Sumi marriage practices. In L. Dzuvichu & M. Baruah (Eds.), Modern practices in north east India: History, culture representation,(144–171). London: Routledge.
  • Menon, K. (2017). Anekantavada.In A. Khokhar (Ed) Attendance,(63–66). New Delhi: Ashish Mohan Khokar.
  • —— (2017). Documenting dance: A work in progress [review of the book Tilt pause shift: Dance ecologies in India by A. E. Cherian]. The Book Review, 52–53.
  • —— (2017). An insider’s perspective [review of the bookKathakali dance theater: A visual narrative of sacred Indian mime by K. K. Gopalakrishnan]. The Book Review, 35–37.
  • Menon, K., &Johri, R. (2017). In the middle: Mediating the mall, home and the world outside. In M. Bhatia (Ed.), Locating gender in the new middle class in India, (149–171). Shimla: IIAS.
  • Pandey, S. (2018).Reinterpreting gender in globalizing India: Afghan Sikhs refugees in Delhi city's built environment. In A. Staub (Ed.), Companion to modernity, space and gender (380–390). NY: Routledge.
  • —— (2017). New meanings of motherhood in middle class homes in India. In M. Bhatia (Ed.), Locating gender in the new middle class in India (59–75). Shimla: IIAS.
  • Vahali, H. O. (2017). Ashis Nandy. In B. Bhushan (Ed.), Eminent Indian psychologists: 100 years of psychology in India. New Delhi: Sage.
  • —— (2017). [review of the book Creating heaven on Earth: The psychology of experiencing immorality in everyday life by P. Marcus]. International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies, 14(4), 312–313.

  • Moggallan, B. (2017). Understanding Dalit self: Politics and the world view. Social Scientist, 45, 33–47.
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