Publication

Publication

  • 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