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Articles Published

  1. Archana Sinha, “New Empirical Evidence for Maternal Health Care: Case of Janani Suraksha Yojana in Uttarakhand, India” in Journal of Health Systems, Vol.I, Issue 1, July - December 2015 (Online) Received on June 14, 2016.
  2. Archana Sinha, "Work and Gender Linked Challenges for Rural Youth”, Labour & Development, Special issue on Gender, Work and Development, Vol.23, No 2, pp. 145-160, December, 2016.
  3. Archana Sinha, “Skill Development and Rural Youth Employment: Case of MGNREGS in Chhattisgarh” in Social Action,  Vol.67, No.1, pp. 69-82,  January-March, 2017.
  4. Archana Sinha, "Women, Panchayati Raj and MGNREGA: Case of Uttar Pradesh" in Women's Link, Vol.21, No.4. pp. 3-9, October-December, 2016.
  5. Lakshmi Priya, "Feminist Movement in Syria", Journal of West Asian Studies, Vol.31, Issue 1, Department of West Asian Studies, Aligarh Muslim University.
  6. Lakshmi Priya, "Legitimacy of Baath in Syria and Gramscian idea of Cultural Hegemony", Social Action, Vol.67, No.1, pp. 51-68, January-March 2017.
  7. Lakshmi Priya,  "Political Participation of Women in Syria", Women’s Link, Vol. 23, No.1, pp. 12-16, January-March 2017.
  8. Paul D’Souza, "Clean India, Unclean Indians - Beyond the Bhim Yatra", Economic & Political Weekly, June 25, 2016, Vol.lI, p. 22.
  9. Paul D’Souza, “Urbanization and the Marginal Caste: Continued Exclusion or Progressive Inclusion?”, IASSI Quarterly: Contributions to Indian Social Science, Vol. 35, Nos 3 & 4 July-December 2016, Pp. 255-276.
  10. Paul D’Souza, "Life-as-Lived Today: Perpetual (Undesired) Liminality of the Half-widows of Kashmir", Culture Unbound, Vol.8, 2016: 26–42. Published by Linköping University. Kindly see the link for details:  http://www.cultureunbound.ep.liu.se/article.asp?DOI=10.3384/cu.2000.1525.168126
  11. Paul D’Souza, "In Full Public View - We as a nation are becoming ‘Bystanders’", Indian Currents, 18- 4 April 2016, pp. 23-15.
  12. Paul D’Souza, "Nationalism without Narrow Domestic Walls", Indian Currents, 02-08 May 2016, pp. 16-18.
  13. Paul D’Souza,  "The Danger of a Single Story", Indian Currents, 15-21 August 2016, pp. 37-41.
  14. Ramya Ranjan Patel, “Food Security and Livelihood among the Poorest of the Poor, the Tribals in Odisha”, The Journal of Rural Development, Vol.35, No.2, April-June 2016, pp.  239-254.
  15. Ramya Ranjan Patel, "Skill, Education and Employment in India: Reaping Demographic Dividend", Social Action, Vol.66, No.4, pp. 340-359,  October-December 2016.
  16. Ratnesh Kumar, “Democracy and its ongoing Journey" in Maharashtra Ahead,  Vol.5, Issue 4, April 2016, pp. 18-19.
  17. Ratnesh Kumar, "Real Society in Reels: Depiction of nation’s Naked Reality in Manjule’s Sairat" in Indian Currents, Vol. 26, 2016, pp.  42-43.
  18. Ratnesh Kumar, "The Cradle of Transformation: A Tribute to Dr BR Ambedkar", Maharashtra Ahead, Vol.5, Issue 12,  December 2016, pp. 8-9.
  19. Ratnesh Kumar, "Fight against Patriarchy", Maharashtra Ahead, Vol. 6, Issue 04, April 2017, pp. 8-9.
  20. Ratnesh Kumar, "Critical Evaluation of Indian Historians’ Writings on Buddhism" in JIBS, Vol.7, No 12016, pp. 1-14.
  21. Renuka Ramanujam, "Educational disadvantages of children from households engaged in historically ‘unclean occupation’", Social Action, Vol.66, pp. 261-276 , July-September 2016.
  22. Rudolf C. Heredia, “Democracy and Violence in India”, 2016, Economic and Political Weekly, 23 April, Vol. 51, No. 17, pp. 33-34, Book Review Samir Kumar Das, ed., 2015, India: Democracy and Violence, OUP, Delhi. pp. i-viii, 258, Rs. 995.
  23. Rudolf C. Heredia, “The Adivasi Other: Ethnicity and Minority Status”, 2016, in First Citizens: Studies on Adivasis, Tribals, and Indegeneous Peoples in India, ed., Meena Radhakrisha, N Delhi, pp. 126-150.   
  24. Rudolf C. Heredia, “Rehabilitating Riot Victims Welfare Relief or Citizen Rights?”, 2016, Economic and Political Weekly, 11 June, Vol.51, No.24, pp. 26-28, Book Review, Communal Violence,
  25. Rudolf C. Heredia, Forced Migration and the State: Gujarat since 2002 by Sanjeevini Badigar Lokhande; New Delhi: Cambridge University Press, 2015; pp. xii + 215.
  26. Rudolf C. Heredia, “Dialogue as Pedagogy: Learning together with the Other”. 2016, Journal of the Henry Martyn Institute, Vol.35, July-December,  pp.41- 67.
  27. Rudolf C. Heredia, Interrogating the Academy: Renegotiating the Terms of Discourse”, Economic and Political Weekly, 2016, Vol.51, No.34, 27 August 20, pp. 18 – 21.
  28. Rudolf C. Heredia, Globalization and Nationalism religion”, Indian Currents, 2016, 17 October, pp. 33-35.
  29. Rudolf C. Heredia, “Spiritual Exercises and Need for a New Hermeneutic”, 2016, Ignis, Dec, Vol.47, No. 4, pp. 45-66.
  30. Rudolf C. Heredia, "Secularism and Nation building in a Multi-Religious Society", in Secularism in India: Concept and Practice, eds, Uday Metha and Ram Punyiani, 2017, pp. 145-167, Kalpaz Publ., Delhi. (Published earlier, see above)
  31. Teena Anil, "Interrogating the Role of State and Understanding Social Mobility among Manual Scavengers in India", Social Action, Vol.66, Pp.277-290, July-September 2016.

 

 

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