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  • 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.