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Books & Book Chapters

Shiv Nadar University is fully-focused to pave the path of an academic research-based legacy. Following is the listing of faculty publications in Books and Book Chapters.


Dipankar Gupta, Revolution from Above: India’s Future and the Citizen Elite, New Delhi: Rainlight, Rupa publication.

Gitanjali Sen (with Rakesh Basant). 2013. “Who Participates in Higher Education in India? Rethinking the Role of Affirmative Action,” in Higher Education in India, edited by Jandhyala B G Tilak, EPW and Orient BlackSwan.

Jaideep Chatterjee, “The Politics of (the) Design(ed).” Forthcoming in Reflections on Creativity: Public Engagement and the Making of Place Ed. Ashwin, Indraprasta, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia. 2014

Jaideep Chatterjee, “The Question Concerning Archi-technology” Forthcoming in Theorizing a new Agenda for Architecture: Beyond the Canon, ed. Nnamdi Elleh, Princeton Architectural Press, New Jersey USA. 2014

Maya Krishna Rao, Learning Through Theatre, (ed) Jackson, Anthony and Vine, Chris, Routledge, London, New York, 2013. Essay: Pandita Ramabai; the making of a drama programme based on a character from Indian history. Individual; invited

Ghosh, Kaushik, “Cross-Currents: Traveling Shadows of a Conversion in the Naguri Munda Region of Jharkhand,” in The Politics of Ethnicity on the Margins of the State :Adivasis/Janjatis in India and Nepal, eds., Marine Carrin, Pralay Kanungo, Gérard Toffin, Delhi: Primus Books, February 2014.

M. Krishnamurthy, T. Sundararaman, “Mobilising and Managing Knowledge Resources” in Yojana, Special Issue on Administrative Reforms, March 2014

Mekhala Krishnamurthy, “Margins and Mindsets: Enterprise, Opportunity and Exclusion in a Market Town in Madhya Pradesh” in forthcoming volume, Nandini Gooptu (ed.) Enterprise Culture in Neoliberal India: Studies in Youth, Class, Work and Media, Routledge 2013

Sanchari Dutta, Pathologies of Confinement: Prisons and Medicine in Colonial South Asia, c. 1830—1940s (International edition: Manchester University Press, UK; Indian Edition: Orient Black Swan) (2014)

Rashmi Bhatnagar, Book chapter titled “Feminine Ecriture” in Unarchived Histories: The ‘mad’ and the ‘trifling’ in the Colonial and Postcolonial World edited by Gyanendra Pandey, Routledge 2014.