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SOCIOLOGY
2013
CONTENTS
REFERENCE .............................................................................................................................................................................. 2 GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE SOCIOLOGY ................................................................................................................ 3 SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY ............................................................................................................... 11 SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION ............................................................................................................................................... 17 SOCIOLOGY OF LAW .......................................................................................................................................................... 21 DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIETY ....................................................................................................................................... 25 PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIETY .......................................................................................................................................... 29 ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIOLOGY ...................................................................................................................................... 30 SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION .......................................................................................................................................... 33 POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY .................................................................................................................................................... 36 DALIT STUDIES ..................................................................................................................................................................... 38 MEDIA AND SOCIETY ........................................................................................................................................................ 38 RESEARCH METHODS ....................................................................................................................................................... 39 GENDER STUDIES ................................................................................................................................................................ 40 OXFORD IN INDIA READINGS IN SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY (OIRSSA) ........................ 48 OXFORD INDIA SHORT INTRODUCTIONS (OISI) ...................................................................................................... 52 OXFORD INDIA STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY (OISICS) .................................................................... 53 COLLECTED ESSAYS ........................................................................................................................................................... 54 TEXTBOOKS .......................................................................................................................................................................... 55 HANDBOOKS ........................................................................................................................................................................ 56 REPORTS ................................................................................................................................................................................. 58 PRICE LIST .............................................................................................................................................................................. 60 FROM THE GLOBAL LIST ................................................................................................................................................... 69 AUTHOR INDEX ................................................................................................................................................................... 71 TITLE INDEX .......................................................................................................................................................................... 73

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The Future of Secularism
T.N. Srinivasan (ed.) Samuel C. Park, Jr. Professor of Economics. Economic Growth Center, Yale University.

Handbook of Indian Sociology
Veena Das (ed.) Krieger-Eisenhower Professor of
Anthropology, Johns Hopkins University.

9780195685107 2006 PB Rs 445
This handbook provides students of sociology in India with an understanding of key theoretical, thematic, and historical issues in the discipline. Readership: Senior undergraduate, postgraduate, and research level students and scholars of sociology and social anthropology.

9780195698855 2008 OIP Rs 375
This volume comprises essays that discuss trends in secularism in social, political, legal, and administrative organs including, academic institutions, and media. 'A timely and useful volume looking beyond the now well-worn debate on secularism.' - Ashis Nandy, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi Readership: Timely and topical, this volume will interest students and scholars of politics, international relations, religion, and history. The interested lay reader will find it engaging.

The Encyclopedia of the Indian Diaspora
Brij V. Lal (ed.)
9780195685602 2006 HB Rs 2500 (For sale in India and Pakistan only) The Encyclopedia of the Indian Diaspora is the first comprehensive survey of Indian communities around the world. Over 30 contextual features show the initiatives taken by these communities and the contributions they have made both internationally and to their host societies, in areas as diverse as literature, cuisine, popular culture, sports and political life. The greater part of the book consists of 44 country/region profiles covering all parts of the world. Readership: Written in an accessible style and illustrated with hundreds of photographs, documents and maps, The Encyclopedia of the Indian Diaspora is at once a work of profound scholarship as well as a reference work which will appeal to both members of the diaspora as they seek to locate their place in a rapidly globalising world, and to those who wish to understand a major development in recent world history.

The Oxford India Companion to Sociology and Social Anthropology
Veena Das (ed.)

9780195645828 2003 HB Rs 3750 (2 Volumes)
The Oxford India Companion to Sociology and Social Anthropology is a comprehensive reference work that brings together sixty eminent scholars from around the world to provide important thematic and conceptual elements in the study of Sociology and Social Anthropology. The essays in The Companion probe the legitimate concerns of social science research.

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Implications. With an introduction by C. Fuller. United States. Structure and Cognition. the book presents the different ways of studying the themes of caste and class. and Divinity School. yet inequality is a reality facing all. Even though affirmative action occurs in many spheres. It studies Indian communities formed during the colonial era. approach the issue of affirmative action in higher education. please see entry in section on Political Sociology) Sociology 2013 3 . is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Delhi and National Research Professor. social anthropology. André Béteille recounts the gradual transformation of a social system that. New Delhi. Jayaram (ed. Focussing on higher education. and the urban-rural divide on affirmative action are also addressed. Centre for Political Studies. The University of Chicago. and migration and diaspora studies. Readership: Students and scholars of sociology. the so-called 'old diaspora'. Parthasarathy Prabhat Patnaik Henry S. Contributors Saleem Badat Satish Deshpande Rajeev Dhavan Jayati Ghosh Zoya Hasan P. philosophers.' . Nussbaum D.3/e Aspects of Hindu Caste and Ritual Veena Das Oxford India Perennials (for detailed blurb. Shimla. the so-called 'new diaspora'. please see entry in section on Handbooks) Caste. and the hitherto overlooked disparities of gender. The volume brings together social scientists. This collection explores the nature and manifestation of institutional and socio-cultural diversities among the large Indian diaspora. and Dean of the School of Social Sciences. and those formed largely after India's independence.General and Comparative Sociology Equalizing Access Affirmative Action in Higher Education in India. which have instituted policies for positive discrimination. and South Africa Zoya Hasan (ed. Martha C. politics. Democracy and Its Institutions André Béteille (for detailed blurb. integration and the formation of multiple identities among diasporic communities. this volume discusses the notion of 'affirmative action' as a generic term covering diverse measures-quotas. and public administration as well as the informed general readers. 3/e Changing Patterns of Stratification in a Tanjore Village Oxford India Perennials André Béteille . religion.) is Fellow at the Indian Institute of Advanced Study. Richardson Thomas E. Based on extensive field study carried out in a south Indian village.The Tribune '[This book] fulfils its purpose of providing literature that covers the complex issues faced by Indians in the diaspora. Philosophy Department. It explores the new trends of inclusion and access in higher education.) is Professor. Class and Power.' . history.The Book Review Among the immigrants of diverse nationalities worldwide. Nussbaum (ed. FBA. this Oxford India Perennials edition bears testimony to the book's status as a classic in Indian sociology since its first publication in 1965. was structured primarily on distinctions of caste-between the Brahmins.S. It offers an analysis of how India. sociology. please see entry in section on Social and Cultural Anthropology) Handbook of Modernity in South Asia Modern Makeovers Saurabh Dube (ed. Diversities in the Indian Diaspora Nature. the Indian diaspora constitutes a sizeable portion. Class and Power. Krishnan Martha C.J. it is implausible to expect members from marginalized or stigmatized groups to achieve success in those realms unless their members have been prepared by the educational system. philosophy. the middle-level nonBrahmins and the Adi-Dravidas. United States. and lawyers from India. Law School. In many societies. 9780198077435 2012 Paperback Rs 395 In Caste. law. Weisskopf Diane P. extra points on a 'scale of deprivation'-that are employed to ensure equal opportunity in a democracy. till the end of the nineteenth century. a deliberate policy of positive discrimination has been adopted to deal with deep-rooted historical and social inequalities. Jawaharlal Nehru University. Wood Readership: This book will interest students and scholars of education.) (for detailed blurb. and South Africa. religion and culture studies. Responses N. political science. United States. 9780198090359 2012 OIP Rs 350 'An in-depth analysis of the processes of assimilation. 9780198075059 2012 Hardback Rs 745 'Equality' is a founding principle of modern societies. and South Africa to evaluate diverse experiences and to discuss the arguments and concepts that have been most illuminating in each case. gender studies.) is Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics. special institutions for the underprivileged.

and Insurgency in Jharkhand. inequality. London School of Economics and Political Science. In the Shadows of the State Indigenous Politics. The essays also suggest that socio-cultural contexts have a bearing on the meaning assigned to humiliation. Reversing the Gaze. this book explores the psychological effects of immigration on Asians and Asian Americans. and philosophy. Threatened by the boredom of princely states and raj philistinism.) is Professor. 2/e. Chicago. social stratification.) is Emeritus Professor of Anthropology.) is one of India's bestknown historians. Institutions and Inequalities Essays in Honour of André Béteille Ramachandra Guha (ed. Environmentalism. Readership: Students and scholars of psychology. politics.IESHR This volume brings together original essays from well-known Indian and Western sociologists written in tribute to André Béteille. one of India's most distinguished sociologists. Readership: It is essential reading for those interested in social change. 9780198075523 2011 OIP Rs 395 'This festschrift for André Béteille reflect[s] several themes of his life's work…a rich contribution to sociological literature…' . Jonathan P. Rajput history. Jawaharlal Nehru University. Indian perspectives on British rule. and occasionally disputing the arguments put forward in his work over the decades. and equality. and a full-time author and columnist. engaging with. 2/e. Idea of Natural Inequality. School of Social Sciences. André Béteille. As with Béteille's work. extending. Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Delhi. class. USA. the essays match theory with empirical data. Class and Power. and political theory. Amar Singh wrote 'to keep myself amused' and read to stay intellectually alive. Readership: Historians. sociology. anthropologists. and in comparative sociology 9780198069461 2011 HB Rs 695 Combining psychoanalytical practices with clinical data. from the diary of Amar Singh. Rudolph are Professors Emeriti of Political Science at University of Chicago. particularly those interested in the South Asian and East Asian Diasporas. Council for Social Development (CSD) (for detailed blurb. mental health. India Alpa Shah (for detailed blurb. a Rajput nobleman and military officer. Mohan Singh Kanota (eds) 9780198071204 2011 HB Rs 950 This Omnibus brings together the seminal writings of one of India's most distinguished sociologists. New Delhi. students and scholars of culture. Rudolph and Lloyd I. anthropology. 2/e Amar Singh's Diary A Colonial Subject's Narrative of Imperial India Susanne H. Readership: Students and scholars of sociology. anthropology. It discusses his writings on religion. 9780198075073 2011 OIP (For sale in South Asia only) This book presents selections from the period 1898 to 1905.General and Comparative Sociology The André Béteille Omnibus Comprising Caste. Journeys to Foreign Selves Asians and Asian Americans in a Global Era Alan Roland is a practising psychoanalyst in New York City. colonialism and independence. Centre for Political Studies. and Equality and Universality André Béteille. Parry (ed. anthropology. development studies and the informed lay reader. India: Social Development Report 2010 The Land Question and the Marginalized Humiliation Claims and Context Gopal Guru (ed. please see entry in section on Reports) 9780198074922 April 2011 OIP Rs 285 This volume theorizes and defines the concept of humiliation within an interdisciplinary framework. All with an interest in colonialism in general and the Raj in particular. Readership: Students and scholars of sociology. caste. in theoretical questions of power and inequality. social history. please see entry in section on Environmental Sociology) 4 Sociology 2013 . and member of the faculty and Board of Directors of the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis in New York. psychoanalysis. He is also a training analyst.

(For sale in South Asia only) Domestic servitude blurs the divide between family and work. notions of majority and minority. Himalayan societies are diverse in terms of various aspects such as environment. race. despite the similarities. and in the making of living environments for both moral and natural growth. Department of Philosophy. 9780198066200 2010 HB Rs 750 (For sale in South Asia only) How do people come to live as they ought to live? This book addresses this enduring question through the lens of cultivation-at work in the moral horizons of modern development. Focused on employers as well as servants. New Delhi. and sociology.) Professor of History at Himachal Pradesh University. gender studies. and habits. Sociology 2013 5 . Readership: Scholars and students of sociology. and economics. with a concluding comparison with New York City. secularism. men as well as women. Professor. as well as policymakers and administrators. and Utopias '…this entrancing book [An Ambiguous Journey to the City] confi rms Nandy's stature as probably the most suggestive and accessible. 9780198069300 2010 OIP Rs 525 Consisting The Tao of Cricket An Ambiguous Journey to the City Traditions. 9780198069089 2011 HB Rs 675 The Himalayas stand apart as a large identifiable region and mountain societies have much in common that bind them together.). deeds. Readership: Students and scholars of Indian politics. University of Hyderabad. Foreign Correspondent. in the personal life of desires. gender studies. Pandian argues that the work of cultivation in all these senses has been central to the modern fate of the Piramalai Kallar caste of south India. Raghuramaraju (ed. and lived Dalit experiences Readership: Scholars and students of philosophy. Domesticity. the most insightful and delightful of our resident Indian intellectuals. affection and duty. Independent Researcher and Former Fellow of the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library. history. 9780198070122 2010 HB Rs 495 This book deals with a re-reading of the question and concept of modernity in Indian social theory and its application to understand contemporary Indian society and texts. Chair of the Center for South Asia Studies. anthropology. social anthropology. 9780198067702 2011 HB Rs 895 This volume discusses how the process of political democratization and radically altered legal enactments. condemned and policed for decades as a 'criminal tribe'. and labour studies. marriage customs. sociology. Shimla. subaltern studies. It examines the work of several past and contemporary thinkers as well as issues like nationalism. The Hindu. and cultural studies. A Very Popular Exile An Omnibus Ashis Nandy is presently an ICSSR National Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies. and the home and the world. and Community in North India Prem Chowdhry. Custom. Delhi.' . subaltern studies. across multiple generations. have changed the dynamics of power relations. inter-caste relations. they examine the practices and meaning of servitude around the home and in the public sphere. This volume presents a detailed discussion on how. and folk traditions. Raka Ray and Seemin Qayum offer an ethnographic account of domestic life and servitude in contemporary Kolkata. journalists. social anthropology. sociology. especially relating to marriage and inheritance. By shedding light on the politics of resource allocation. Seemin Qayum is a historical anthropologist and the author and editor of several works on nationalism. and Professor of Sociology and South and Southeast Asian Studies at the University of California. 9780198069980 2011 HB Rs 675 This book is a comparative study of the political economy of pro-poor policies in two Indian statesKarnataka and Tamil Nadu. and activists. sociology. politics and modern Indian history. Readership: Scholars and students of Himalayan studies. Tyranny. Readership: Students and scholars of anthropology. 9780198066279 2010 HB Rs 595 Political Economy of Production and Reproduction Caste. primarily in North India. In Cultures of Servitude.India Today Patrons of the Poor Caste Politics and Policymaking in India Narayan Lakshman. religious practices. space. geography. lawyers. it attempts to show how traditionally rooted state policies benefit only certain sections of the population. and Class in India Raka Ray is Sarah Kailath Chair in India Studies. Berkeley. Modernity in Indian Social Theory A. development studies. Cultures of Servitude Modernity. Crooked Stalks Cultivating Virtue in South India Anand Pandian is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Johns Hopkins University. Readership: Students and scholars of sociology. history.General and Comparative Sociology Recognizing Diversity Society and Culture in the Himalaya Chetan Singh (ed. and gender in Latin America.

Neuchâtel University.) is Assistant Professor of Social Psychology at the Zakir Husain Centre for Educational Studies. this volume revisits and resituates villages in the social and humanistic study of India. Peru. please see entry in section on OIRSSA Series) 9780198067719 2010 HB Rs 725 In most globalizing economies. especially in the context of South Asia. and folklore. Interrogating Development Insights from the Margins Frédérique Apffel-Marglin (ed. and government think-tanks.) is a scholar activist and Secretary. Department of Anthropology at Smith College. Drawing from his extensive fieldwork in India. Sanjay Kumar (ed. Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies. North Carolina. Readership: Students. IDRC. Social Movements (2 Volumes) Volume I: Issues of Identity 9780198063278 2010 HB Rs 695 Volume II: Concerns of Equity and Security Writing Labour Stone Quarry Workers in Delhi Mohammad Talib is Fellow. and development and labour studies. erratic work hours. sociology. as also policymakers and NGOs. 9780198066415 2010 HB Rs 895 This volume provides a new perspective on the role of culture in shaping the attitudes towards economic development of marginalized people both in the global North and the global South. Of Poverty and Plastic Scavenging and Scrap Trading Entrepreneurs in India's Urban Informal Economy Kaveri Gill is Program Officer. School of Social Sciences. NGOs. and activities of actors operating in this informal economy. Delhi and was formerly a consultant with the Planning Commission of India. South Asian studies. Readership: Students and scholars in the fields of sociology. 9780198063285 2010 HB Rs 795 T. development economics. and anthropology as well as a wider policy audience including international organizations. Nicolas Yazgi (ed.) is Associate Professor of Anthropology. Jawaharlal Nehru University. Boone. University of Oxford. education. confined to the informal sector.K. Readership: Students and scholars of social anthropology. development studies. Arvind Mishra (ed. Village Matters Relocating Villages in the Contemporary Anthropology of India Diane P. Switzerland. Massachusetts. and teaches at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology. social. China. researchers. These also facilitate a new understanding of the processes of marginalization in northern capitalist contexts. This book examines one such group-stone quarry workers located beyond the expanding rim of south Delhi and beneath the radar of effective law and policy. labour studies. Breman demonstrates how these migrants. which illuminate old Dalit-Savarna and Hindu-Muslim dynamics specific to India.General and Comparative Sociology Outcast Labour in Asia Circulation and Informalization of the Workforce at the Bottom of the Economy Jan Breman is Professor Emeritus at the University of Amsterdam. and subaltern studies. economics. agency. 9780198066323 2010 HB Rs 895 The transition from a rural-agrarian to an urbanindustrial mode of existence in late twentieth century forced large masses of people out of the countryside to the fringes of urban landscape. New Delhi. Centre de Recherches Ethnologiques (CRE). It links the economic. Fellow of the Amsterdam School for Social Science Research. The strength of the collection lies in the examples from within India and without.) is Professor Emerita. and political factors that structure the well-being. anthropology. and development studies. development studies. USA and founder of Sachamama Center. Leiden.) is Researcher. eke out a living with low wages. Mines (ed. workers engaged in the informal sector occupy the lowest rungs of society. cultural studies. Oommen (ed. 9780198063339 2010 HB Rs 895 Going against the grain of successive Euro-American anthropological trends that have relegated the study of villages to the margins of theory. and little institutional support.) (for detailed blurb. rural studies. Readership: Students and scholars of social and cultural anthropology. 6 Sociology 2013 . and Fellow of the International Institute of Asian Studies. Deshkal Society. USA. and scholars of sociology and anthropology. 9780198085508 2012 OIP Rs 395 This book documents and analyses the various facets of labouring lives at different levels of the value chain in the waste scavenging and plastic recycling sector. Delhi. and Indonesia. Readership: Students and scholars of sociology. Appalachian State University.

9780198060178 2009 HB Rs 850 (For sale in South Asia only) David Singh Grewal's remarkable and ambitious book draws on several centuries of political and social thought to show how globalization is best understood in terms of a power inherent in social relations. UK Readership: Students. educational and socio-economic conditions. please see entry in section on Environmental Sociology) Sociology 2013 7 . Journalists. this handbook discusses their socio-historical background. and an affiliated fellow of the Information Society Project at Yale Law School.S.' -T. analyses their demographic. 9780198060260 2009 OIP Rs 295 'Richly packed with illustrations and case studies.. Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad. Readership: Academicians. history. sociology..' . 9780198062059 2009 HB Rs 850 Examining the status of Muslims in contemporary India. The Oxford India Srinivas 9780198060345 2009 HB Rs 995 The Oxford India Srinivas brings together some of Srinivas's best writings on a wide range of subjects. and the Law in Jharkhand Nandini Sundar (ed.' . Identity. activists. scholars and students of sociology. teachers and researchers of Indian politics. caste. examines diverse aspects of Indian society and culture. New Delhi.) (for detailed blurb.The Book Review Readership: Students..Outlook Readership: A valuable handbook for managers and business leaders in India. Using this framework. Structure and Transformation Theory and Society in India Susan Visvanathan (ed. Centre for the Study of Social Systems. International Food Policy Research Institute. which he calls 'network power'. 2/e Essays on Approach & Method André Béteille 9780195698848 2009 OIP Rs 335 'Béteille's concern for the future of sociology as a discipline will definitely get attention within the already established academic circle. Foreword by Justice Rajinder Sachar Specialist with an academic teaching and consultancy background in India and the U. and political scientists. Indian politics. Scarlett Epstein. Legal Grounds Natural Resources. Abusaleh Shariff (ed.' -The Telegraph Shah. Readership: This book will appeal to a diverse audience. Harvard University. 'The Oxford India Srinivas offers a wide-ranging analysis of India's complex culture and provides a path breaking contribution to the understanding of rural development and social change processes.) is Professor of Sociology. scholars and general readers interested in contemporary Indian society.D is a Sociologist and Development Handbook of Muslims in India Empirical and Policy Perspectives Rakesh Basant (ed. It has an Introduction by Ramachandra Guha and a Foreword by A.General and Comparative Sociology Network Power The Social Dynamics of Globalization David Singh Grewal is a doctoral student in the Department of Government.M. social structure. including village studies. 9780198062783 2009 OIP Rs 295 This volume provides readers an essential theoretical framework for understanding the processes of globalization and social transformation.) is Professor of Economics. including economists. and history. New Delhi. he demonstrates how our standards of social coordination both gain in value the more they are used and undermine the viability of alternative forms of cooperation. development economics. and the interested lay reader. as well as policymakers and the informed reader.. and also looks at policy options to improve their condition. Practical Education & Gender Support (PEGS). School of Social Sciences.) is Senior Research Fellow. Jawaharlal Nehru University. minority studies. gender and religion. OBE Director. Sociology. '…the enterprise…in its very conception contributes to the construction and development of the discipline of sociology in India…the book is a valuable addition to any student's or teacher's library. It's Only Business! India's Corporate Social Responsiveness in a Globalized World Meera Mitra Ph. sociologists.his critical portrayal of sociological research in India will prove to be a vantage point to new scholars and researchers.

Readership: Students and scholars of sociology. anthropology. Based on ten years of fieldwork.) is Associate Professor of History and Asian American Studies. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia. sociology. Readership: Students and scholars of sociology. it makes for some interesting reading. one of anthropology's most distinguished ethnographers weaves together rich fieldwork with a compelling critical analysis to make a signal contribution to contemporary thinking about violence and how it affects everyday life. Readership: Postgraduate. This study tells the story of Hindus and Sikhs from the North West Frontier Province and West Punjab who made India's capital Readership: Researchers and scholars in sociology. The Jan Breman Omnibus Comprising Of Peasants. University of California. and politics. Isabelle Guérin & Aseem Prakash (eds) (for detailed blurb. and political dimensions of Bollywood films and film music as they begin to constitute an important circuit of global flows in the twenty-first century. and development studies. and national territory in 1947.General and Comparative Sociology Global Bollywood Anandam Kavoori (ed. Ashis Nandy (ed. Ann Arbor. Readership: Students and researchers of cultural and film studies. University of California. Both the volumes are an outcome of the author's return to the villages of his earlier fieldwork in south Gujarat between 2004 and 2006. livelihoods. history. Locating Home India's Hyderabadis Abroad Karen Isaksen Leonard is Professor of Anthropology. cultural. 9780195692679 2007 OIP Rs 265 '. anthropology. and The Labouring Poor in India With an Introduction by Sujata Patel 9780195699487 2008 HB Rs 695 This volume offers a new critical framework for analyzing the institutional. Since 1947 Partition Narratives among Punjabi Migrants of Delhi Ravinder Kaur teaches politics and history at Institute for Society and Globalisation.. Canada. especially if one is looking for some serious and academic discourse on cinema's impact on Indian society and vice versa. Australia.) The Poverty Regime in Village India Jan Breman 9780195690835 2007 HB Rs 795 This book is a companion volume to the recently published Labour Bondage in West India. India's Unfree Workforce Of Bondage Old and New Jan Breman.) is Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at the University of Michigan. and how personal networks and collective bodies were formed abroad. their new home. Irvine. Fingerprinting Popular Culture The Mythic and the Iconic in Indian Cinema Vinay Lal (ed. economics. 9780195693355 2007 HB Rs 750 (For sale in South Asia only) This book is a comparative study of Hyderabadi emigrants settling in Pakistan.. the United States. and the United Arab Emirates at the end of the twentieth century. politics. It will also be useful to NGOs working in the Gujarat region.' . Roskilde University. It will also be useful for policy makers and NGOs working for the uplift of the poor. brings together three classic works of Jan Breman. and history. the United Kingdom.) is Associate Professor. anthropology. 9780195692549 2007 HB Rs 995 This Omnibus edition. as well as general readers. Migrants and Paupers. Los Angeles. and gender and women studies. it looks at how different versions of Hyderabadi history have been transmitted to these places.Deccan Herald 8 Sociology 2013 . Denmark. Wage Hunterers and Gatherers. and Diaspora studies. research. Readership: Students and scholars of sociology. 9780195683776 2007 HB Rs 550 Since 1947 summarizes the nearly six decade-long efforts at restoring the loss of homes. Kuwait. and doctoral students of sociology and anthropology. history. please see entry in section on Sociology of Law) Life and Words Violence and the Descent into the Ordinary Veena Das 9780195687583 2007 HB Rs 595 (For sale in South Asia only) In this powerful and compassionate work. with an Introduction by Sujata Patel. Aswin Punathambekar (ed.

Harish Trivedi. child policy. Jan Breman critically analyses the historical roots of the ongoing subordination of the rural poor in what has come to be recognized as a booming economy. community and development. citizenship. please see entry in section on Handbooks) Essential Writings of Andre Beteille Dipankar Gupta (ed. is the first Vice Chancellor of Nalanda University. and labour studies. Ethnicity and Class Social Divisions in an Indian City Gopa Sabharwal. 9780195685213 2006 HB Rs 525 On the basis of his new fieldwork done in south Gujarat between 2004 and 2006. this collection of 19 essays has been specially selected and introduced by Dipankar Gupta. history and an informed lay audience. examining in detail the six major instances of forced displacement on the territory of states in the region. 9780195678307 2006 HB Rs 595 The volume analyses the origins of the concept of ethnicity. sociology.' . Sociology 2013 9 . Readership: Students and scholars of modern history. political scientists. Readership: Social scientists and researchers: more specifically sociologists.) 9780195672299 2005 HB Rs 595 Bringing together the essence of Beteille's ideas and writing. The book is divided into five sections. history and political science. Switzerland. Refugee Officer. political science. development studies. NGO practitioners and policy-makers. India Today Readership: Scholars and researchers of cultural and film studies. Readership: This book will be of interest to students and scholars of sociology. when discussing issues such as affirmative action. urban studies specialists and scholars of religion. Anti-Utopia Making News Handbook of the Media in Contemporary India Uday Sahay (ed. Ashis Nandy tells the story of an apparently territorial journey-the one between the village and the city-to capture some of the core fantasies and anxieties of the Indian civilization in the past hundred years. the book is a phenomenological treatment that is abstract and yet illustrative. explores its relation to identity formation and social discourse on it through the exhaustive study of an Indian city. Readership: Students. Labour Bondage in West India From Past to Present Jan Breman Reaching Out to the Child An Integrated Approach to Child Development The World Bank 9780195673326 2004 PB Rs 450 The report argues for an integrated and life cycle approach to child development and basic education of children. teachers. social phychology. anthropology. and development in India. and policy planners. The main contention of the study is to suggest a departure from the definition of ethnic groups as caste or religion based and to widen the discussion to the actual constituents of an ethnic group both in a rural and urban setting. An Ambiguous Journey to the City The Village and Other Odd Ruins of the Self in the Indian Imagination Ashis Nandy Learning to Forget The Anti-Memoirs of Modernity Dipankar Gupta is former/retired Professor. education activists in NGOs. each of which is devoted to Professor Beteille's varied intellectual interests. Centre for the Study of Social Systems. 9780195674330 2005 HB Rs 545 Discussing the difference between modernization and westoxication. Readership: Researchers in sociology. 9780195678932 2006 HB Rs 595 This study traces the history of refugee policy-making and its motivations on the Indian subcontinent since 1947. social anthropology in addition to those in politics. 9780195683974 2006 OIP Rs 245 In this book. '…this entrancing book confirms Nandy's stature as probably the most suggestive and accessible.) With a Foreword by Robin Jeffrey (for detailed blurb. Geneva. and international relations.General and Comparative Sociology Exile and Belonging Refugees and State Policy in South Asia Pia Oberoi. the most insightful and delightful of our resident Indian intellectuals. Amnesty International. researchers in sociology. Jawaharlal Nehru University. socio-legal studies. Readership: Sociologists.

politics.General and Comparative Sociology The Idea of Natural Inequality and Other Essays André Béteille Antinomies of Society André Béteille 9780195663181 2002 OIP Rs 325 This collection of essays studies the tensions and contradictions in society as manifested through different social and political institutions. 10 Sociology 2013 . 9780195662597 2003 OIP Rs 295 The essays in this volume examine various aspects of inequality in a comparative perspective with special reference to contemporary India. and ideologies like Marxism. They deal with different forms and dimensions of inequality and with alternative conceptions of equality. Senility and the Family Lawrence Cohen. law and philosophy in addition to anthropology. The Quality of Life Martha Nussbaum & Amartya Sen (eds) 9780195649659 1998 OIP Rs 475 (For sale in India only) 9780195661590 2002 OIP Rs 345 Drawing on more than a decade of ethnographic work. researchers. teaches in the Department of Anthropology at the University of California. Readership: Students. history. No Aging in India Modernity. Lawrence Cohen links a detailed investigation of mind and body in old age in four neighborhoods of the Indian city of Varanasi (Banaras) with events and processes around India and around the world. Readership: Students and scholars of Sociology and Social Anthropology. Berkeley. and scholars of sociology. secularism and nationalism.

and gender studies. the book explores the nature of history itself.Social and Cultural Anthropology Sociology at the University of Lucknow The First Half Century (1921-1975) T. Department of History. and how women-centric societies were suppressed to forge a new nation. Allahabad. participation. faiths. Readership: This volume will interest scholars. It shows how friendships and a cosmopolitan past were buried deep under a collective amnesia. Dalit Studies. It deals with Dalit social and political history in the state from 1950 to the present.) (for detailed blurb. and mobilization among the Dalits of Uttar Pradesh. economics and development studies. please see entry in section on Oxford India Short introductions Series) Forgotten Friends Monks. through 'forgetting'. this book is a commentary on politics and political consciousness. Jodhka (for detailed blurb. and Power in the Himalayas Ben Campbell (for detailed blurb. Pant Social Science Institute. Das (eds) 9780198064466 2011 HB forthcoming This book is the second volume of two readers on social and economic anthropology in the Indian context. The Inner and Outer Selves Cosmology. It examines the manner in which opportunities are differentially distributed. ethnologists and political scientists continued the erasure of erstwhile monastic relationships across the historic geographic order. Sociology 2013 11 . Networks. colonial and postcolonial historians. Culture. Gender.N. and those studying economic anthropology in particular. Caste Surinder S. and students of Indian history. Readership: Students and scholars of Indian politics. Readership: Students and scholars of sociology and anthropology. G. and labourservants. media studies. sociology. Associate Professor. monastic traditions. Colonial officials described monks as 'savages' and female-dependent communities as 'primitive tribes'. This volume is concerned with the rise of novelty in economic arrangements in Indian society. female cultivators. The rich and fascinating ethnographies in this volume provide well-documented case studies with which to comprehend theoretical issues. and the obscuring of women's histories. In the process. Madan (ed. and Ecology in the Himalayas Subhadra Mitra Channa (for detailed blurb.B. especially those involved in studying the northeast India. On a deeper philosophical level. War. and Memories of Northeast India Indrani Chatterjee is Associate Professor. Rutgers. and those specializing in state politics. The State University of New Jersey. Uttar Pradesh and marginalization. and cultural studies. anthropology. please see entry in section on Environmental Sociology) The Making of the Dalit Public in North India Uttar Pradesh. 1950-Present Badri Narayan Tiwari. please see entry in section on Oxford in India Readings in Sociology and Social Anthropology Series) Sociology and Anthropology of Economic Life 2/e Strategies. and communities. please see entry in section on Environmental Sociology) Living Between Juniper and Palm Nature. 9780198071877 HB forthcoming Based on extensive fieldwork. These processes particularly affected the households constituted by the wives of monastic males. and the growth of the plantation economies in the nineteenth century fragmented this landscape and strained these relationships. researchers. Marriages. changes in revenue regimes. 9780198089223 2013 Hardback forthcoming This book traces the changing long-term history of a vast Brahmaputra valley region by outlining nowforgotten relationships between its distinct languages. and Markets Veena Das & Ranendra K.

secessionism. sociology. 9780198077459 2012 Paperback Rs 445 Thirty-six years ago.S. Associate Professor of Anthropology. Apart from being a bureaucrat. Reflecting competing theoretical and political perspectives.. he discusses post-colonial ethnography and the relevance of ideas like unity and diversity in everyday life. he was a postdoctoral fellow at University of Chicago. Readership: Multilayered yet elegant in its simplicity. as well as to those interested in policy vis-à-vis ethnonational movements and conflicts. ecological. Srinivas (1916-1999) was J. and races. 9780198075134 2011 Hardback Rs 545 'This collection. Delhi. the essays reveal how the ethnic universe was constructed in the Indian tradition.N. and the conventional boundaries between the social science disciplines. and ethnic-and affinities among different communities in India. and cultural studies. this volume brings together essays that: deal with ethnonationalism in India in its various forms such as separatism. the dramatic birth of this classic of sociology and anthropology is enshrined in its evocative title. Tamil Oratory and the Dravidian Aesthetic Democratic Practice in South India Bernard Bate. Through enduring fieldwork and the fiery loss of his notes. Annandale-on-Hudson. 9780198088400 2012 Oxford India Paperbacks Rs 495 This reader is an anthology of key theoretical essays and analytical writings on ethnonational movements and conflicts that frame scholarly debates. Shillong. Professor Emeritus. sub-nationalism. this book looks beyond the anthropological adding a historical dimension to the groundbreaking People of India project. Bangalore. this Oxford India Perennials edition underlines the continuing importance of the book for contemporary research in sociology and anthropology since it was first published in 1977. Readership: Scholars and students of social anthropology. The Remembered Village. Diversity. In this book. National Fellow at Indian Council of Historical Research. ritual..represents the quintessence of [K.D. Finally. politics. Anthropological Survey of India.3/e Aspects of Hindu Caste and Ritual Oxford India Perennials Veena Das is Krieger-Eisenhower Professor of Anthropology at the Johns Hopkins University. and the idea that India is an 'ethnic democracy' analyse the three waves of reorganization of states assess India's record of managing ethnonational diversity Readership: The fourth in the Critical Issues in Indian Politics series. He was also the editor of the People of India series.. Highlighting the Census of India and other ethnographic studies the following chapters deal with colonial explorations of tribes. castes. She bridges the gulf between Indology and Sociology by basing her data on an examination of select myths in Puranic and Sutra literature.R.' -Yogendra Singh. Singh's] lifelong contributions to Indian history and social anthropology. Including a new introduction from the author. Singh also elucidates how nationalists built the idea of composite culture as the foundation for the freedom struggle and the emergent nation-state.I welcome this valuable posthumous publication. Singh (1935-2006) was former Director General. Structure and Cognition is an essential reading in the sociological analysis of Hindu myth. 12 Sociology 2013 . the ethnic and cultural boundaries . With an introduction by André Béteille. Hindu College. Former Chairman.. What results is an exploration into diversities-biological.. especially those working on regional politics and Tamil Nadu. Indian Council of Historical Research Straddling myriad worlds. linguistic.and intracaste relations. this Oxford India Perennials edition offers the icon of village studies to a new generation of readers.S. and society. The first few essays discuss indigenous traditions of ethnography as well as the ethnography of indigenous traditions.Social and Cultural Anthropology Structure And Cognition. and regionalism trace the intellectual history of debates on federalism and majoritarian versus consensual democracy present competing arguments on the virtues and drawbacks of India's 'demos-enabling' federalism. with a Foreword by Sabyasachi Bhattacharya 9780198077404 2012 Paperback Rs 395 Winner of the prestigious G. history. and Linkages Explorations in Historical Ethnography K. K.S. London.) is Professor of Political Studies at Bard College.N. It also highlights the centrality of language as a medium of expression.S. this book will interest scholars and students of modern Indian history. a multi-caste village in south India.Vinay Kumar Srivastava. Manu's Dharmashastra. and Principal. which he analyses with a sophisticated methodological approach. while contextualizing them within Indian political history. The author departs from conventional empirical studies of local communities. Ghurye Award (1977). Ethnonationalism in India A Reader Series: Critical Issues in Indian Politics Sanjib Baruah (ed. '[This book] is perhaps the last and the best of the fruits of a life that was distinguished by an unusual boldness in crossing the boundaries between the world of administrators and scholars. USA. Jawaharlal Nehru University 'K. Suresh Singh was one of the leading historical anthropologists of India. M.' . University of Delhi. Looking at texts like the Mahabharata.. and the Varna Ratnakar. Yale University.Sabyasachi Bhattacharya. anthropology. and Rajiv Gandhi Chair at NorthEastern Hill University. New York. sociology. and sociology. Fellow of the British Academy. Identity. and Honorary Fellow of the Royal Anthropology Institute. He will remain a role model for social scientists as well as tribalologists for times to come. one discovers his exemplary sensitivity to tribal problems. 9780198072355 2011 HB forthcoming (For sale in South Asia only) This book explores the aesthetics of Tamil oratory and its vital relationship to democracy. Tata Visiting Fellow at the National Institute of Advanced Studies. 2/e Oxford India Perennials M. the role of 'consociationalism' in Indian politics. Srinivas introduced us to Rampura. Professor of Social Anthropology.' . capturing forever its multi-layered inter. this paperback edition will be useful to students and scholars of politics. It celebrates the book's importance as an integral study in Indian sociology and anthropology since its first publication in 1976.

This is the first critical edition of the book published posthumously in 1957. political science. and anthropology.). Readership: Scholars and students of sociology and social anthropology. France. and postcolonial societies. Ambedkar The Buddha and his Dhamma A Critical Edition Aakash Singh Rathore (ed. University of Delhi.' -Michael Hutt. 9780198072256 2010 OIP Rs 395 This book explores the linkages between Nepalese identity. Buddhist studies as well as practicing Ambedkarite Buddhists. while critically examining their origin and growth.) Professor of History. This volume investigates empirical evidence of discrimination by focusing on the urban labour market as well as other markets in rural areas. and institutionalized in India from the mid-nineteenth century till present times. It will be an invaluable resource for policymakers and social activists.). Locations. New Delhi. and Maoist Rebellion in Nepal Marie Lecomte-Tilouine is senior researcher in social anthropology at CNRS. Katherine S. She specializes in the study of the Himalayan region. USA. Assistant Professor. Ambedkar's review and analysis of the vast Buddhist canon and literature. Ajay Verma (ed. 9780198066781 2010 OIP Rs 350 The book provides the much-needed historical perspective on caste and related socio-cultural processes by bringing together essays on the linkages of caste with colonialism. Department of Philosophy. 9780198060802 2012 OIP Blocked by Caste explores contemporary patterns of economic discrimination faced by Dalits and religious minorities like Muslims and the underlying attitudinal orientations that contribute to inequality in various spheres of life. Research Professor. and Practices Sujata Patel (ed. Blocked by Caste Economic Discrimination and Social Exclusion in Modern India Sukhadeo Thorat (ed. Centre for Ethics and Global Politics. El Colegio de México. Centre for Asian and African Studies.R. and the Maoist rebellion. and history. Luiss University of Rome. School of Social Sciences. practices. particularly those concerned with the study of caste in pre-colonial. please see entry in section on General and Comparative Sociology) 9780198068679 2011 HB Rs 895 The Buddha and his Dhamma presents B. its practice and presence in everyday life in India. were organized. colonial. sociology. Jawaharlal Nehru University. Humiliation Claims and Context Gopal Guru (ed. Sociology 2013 13 .). ethnicity. teachers. students. University of Hyderabad. Hindu Kingship. their impact. and economics. University Grants Commission and Professor of Economics. Caste in History Ishita Banerjee-Dube (ed.R. Department of Sociology. and researchers of modern and contemporary Indian history. Princeton University. politics. and traditions of sociology grew. it includes footnotes and annotations which explain missing references and passages in the original text. sociology. Newman (ed. B. Ethnic Revival. 'These essays are based on a rich and judiciously balanced mixture of archival research and enterprising fieldwork. Besides a new Introduction. anthropology. Professor . history. anyone interested in contemporary Nepal.) is the Malcolm Forbes Class of 1941 Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs and Director of the Institute for International and Regional Studies. Readership: Scholars. in a small way. an understanding of the histories of the discipline. Readership: This interdisciplinary volume will be indispensable for scholars and students of Dalit and exclusion studies. sociology.) (for detailed blurb.) is Chairman. With a foreword by Kaushik Basu 9780198070115 2011 HB Rs 775 This volume debates the different ways in which ideas. School of Oriental and African Studies Readership: This unique study will be of interest to students and scholars of sociology. Readership: This book will be of considerable interest to scholars and students of Dalit studies. politics. The introduction is lucid and represents an important contribution.Social and Cultural Anthropology Doing Sociology in India Genealogies. as well as. It facilitates. politics. and their limitations.

'…rich in detail and insights. Delhi School of Economics.Social and Cultural Anthropology The Dalit Movement in India Local Practices.) is Professor of Economics at the University of California at Berkeley. and development studies.) is Associate Professor. T. civic participation. University of California. cast in a world-in-motion. politics. Ideas of home. Readership: Scholars. and those interested in peasant and tribal movements. and postcolonial studies. Urban Studies Sujata Patel & Kushal Deb (eds) (for detailed blurb. sexual relationships.. and Asian American Studies.) is Professor of English. and the local practices of activists. please see entry in section on Gender Studies Series) Subalterns and Sovereigns. The Contested Commons Conversations between Economists and Anthropologists Pranab Bardhan (ed. Gender and Discrimination Health. University of Illinois. and growing restrictions on popular access to land and forest. cultural production. Radhakrishnan (ed. Stockholm. Madhya Pradesh.' -The Telegraph 14 Sociology 2013 . UrbanaChampaign. Premananda Bharati. students. Bholanath Ghosh (eds) (for detailed blurb. globalization. and Co-chair of the MacArthur Foundation-funded Network on the Effects of Inequality on Economic Performance. offer new understandings of globality and belonging. his critical portrayal of sociological research in India will prove to be a vantage point to new scholars and researchers. and transnational connections of the movement.) is Assistant Professor in the Energy and Resources Group at the University of California at Berkeley. and Role of Women in India Manoranjan Pal. sociology. 9780195697049 2008 OIP Rs 345 Sociology. religious activity. 'Béteille's concern for the future of sociology as a discipline will definitely get attention within the already established academic circle .S. The central themes are the transformations in the kingship under indirect colonial rule and in independent India. R. please see entry in section on OIRSSA Series) Transnational South Asians The Making of a Neo-Diaspora Susan Koshy (ed. and popular resistance to it. family organization. Stockholm University. Readership: Students of sociology. sociology. anthropology. Vasulu. 2/e Essays on Approach & Method André Béteille 9780195698848 2009 OIP Rs 335 'The book comprises essays on how one of India's top sociologists looks at his discipline. 18541996 Nandini Sundar is Professor. Department of Sociology. and political theory. history. transnationalism. 9780195698503 2008 HB Rs 695 The Contested Commons explores the theme of common environmental resources from the perspective of two disciplines that are often considered to be far apart: economics and anthropology. Nutritional Status. Readership: Scholars and students of history.' -Business Standard Readership: Lucid in style. Comparative Literature. and anthropology. Sweden. this book will be useful for students and scholars of anthropology. Béteille argues that the study of Indian society has certain distinctive contributions to make to the discipline of sociology…' -The Statesman This book traces the expansion of the colonial and post-colonial state in Bastar.. Department of Social Anthropology. The focus is on the heterogeneity. and researchers of economics. thus. Global Connections Eva-Maria Hardtmann is Researcher. organizational structure. 9780195695892 2008 HB Rs 695 This volume examines practices of political organization. allows us to probe scalar levels from individual to the community. and economic activity through which displaced communities reconstruct themselves. English and American Studies. this [book] is an eminently readable work…an excellent academic study of subjects and issues relevant to India. to national to global. politics. internal tensions. University of Delhi. political theory. migration. It. Irvine. Isha Ray (ed. sociology. 2/e An Anthropological History of Bastar. 9780198065487 2009 OIP Rs 295 This anthropological study examines the nature and context of Dalit discourses.

here presented in an enlarged. anthropology. anthroplogy. and Distinguished Senior Fellow of the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies. political scientists and the general public.C. Readership: Students and scholars of sociology. and cultural critic based in Kolkata. Readership: Anthropologists. Booth . geographers. 9780195657852 2001 OIP Rs 375 Readership: Historians.as well as those interested in ethnic music and cultural studies. and corrected second edition. and scholars of cultural studies. Madan is Honorary Professor (Sociology) at the Institute of Economic Growth. anthropologists. musicology. Lal (ed. please see entry in section on Reference) The Caste System and Its Implications Louis Dumont 9780195645477 1998 OIP Rs 495 (For sale in South Asia only) Louis Dumont's modern classic. director. Homo Hierarchicus The Encyclopedia of the Indian Diaspora Brij V. 9780195666212 2003 OIP Rs 275 (For sale in South Asia only) The Politics of Cultural Practice demonstrates the power of the intercultural imaginary to radically shape the twenty-first century. 9780195670813 2005 HB Rs 595 This book is a detailed and colourful study of India's wedding bands. Gellner & Declan Quigley 9780195648485 1998 OIP Rs 395 Contested Hierarchies is an innovative collaborative study by six anthroplogists (two British. Delhi. Readership: Scholars and students of anthropology.) (for detailed blurb. The Sherpa of Khumbu Family and Kinship A Study of the Pandits of Rural Kashmir (Second enlarged edition) T. sociology and religion. and Landscape Barbara Brower 9780195631371 2003 OIP Rs 245 Based on extensive fieldwork. history. anthropology. sociologists. Contested Hierarchies David N. revised. scholars of development and environmental studies.C. Delhi. Dube (with an Introduction by Nandini Sundar) 9780195666182 2003 HB Rs 545 S. one American. Nepal. one Japanese and one Nepali) of a famous complex society. Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Auckland. researchers. The volume argues that while music performed by wedding bands help generate emotions of ecstasy and joy. this study looks at animal management in Sagarmatha National Park in the context of Sherpa subsistence. one French. that of the Newars of the Kathmandu Valley. Readership: Students and scholars of sociology and anthropology as well as those interested in tribal studies. Sociology 2013 15 . The Kamar Late S. religion and History. Readership: Students. Dube's classic work is an important ethnography of an exploited and marginalized tribe in transition and a formative text in the history of Indian anthropology. the bandsmen who play it are in the fringes of the social events they herald. simultaneously supplies that reader with the most cogent statement in the Indian castle system and its organizing principles and a provocative advance in the comparison of societies on the basis of their underlying ideologies. (with a new preface) People. Readership: Students and scholars of sociology.Social and Cultural Anthropology Brass Baja Stories from the World of Indian Wedding Bands Gregory D. performance studies. The Politics of Cultural Practice Thinking Through Theatre in the Age of Globalization Rustom Bharucha is an independent writer.N. Livestock.

The Concept of Race in South Asia Peter Robb (ed. SOAS.) Pro-Director and Professor of the History of India. Professor of Anthropology and South Asian History. 9780195642681 1997 OIP Rs 295 This volume examines whether there were South Asian concepts of race. Cohn. Readership: Scholars of Indian history and Sociology. 16 Sociology 2013 . University of Chicago (Emeritus). University of London. 9780195626162 1998 OIP Rs 495 These twenty-three essays by Professor Cohn are collected here for the first time.Social and Cultural Anthropology An Anthropologist Among the Historians and Other Essays Bernard S. Readership: Scholars of anthropology. and history. The first section is concerned with methodology within the disciplines of history and anthropology. particularly as these relate to scholarly writings on India. or. race became an issue in the subcontinent only under Western influence after the eighteenth century. sociology. as has often been argued.

Ambedkar's review and analysis of the vast Buddhist canon and literature. Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati.N. This is a collection of the author's engagement with these issues over the past two decades. New York. Delhi. Madan. Moving away from mission histories and institutional Church histories.B. religion. Ambedkar The Buddha and his Dhamma A Critical Edition Aakash Singh Rathore & Ajay Verma (eds) Rowena Robinson (ed. The T. Readership: This collection will be indispensable to scholars and researchers of sociology. yet deep in its analyses. Delhi and Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies. Webster has been an adjunct faculty member and trustee of Union Theological Seminary. Department of Humanities and Social Sciences. General readers interested in Hindu society and culture. and the household in Hindu society. and Violence Rowena Robinson. Sociology 2013 17 .R. Visiting Professor. 9780198069409 2010 HB Rs 750 For more than half a century. as well as those interested in minority studies. please see entry in section on Sociology of Education) India's Religions Perspectives from Sociology and History T. please see entry in section on OXFORD INDIA STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY Series) 9780198068679 2011 HB Rs 895 The Buddha and his Dhamma presents B. viewing religion from ethnographic and historical perspectives. Religion.Sociology of Religion Minority Studies Series Editor: Sujata Patel B. India's Religions updates historical and sociological literature on India's religions by bringing together more recent explorations. 1997). The book will help in understanding the condition of minorities. 9780198089209 2012 HB Rs 725 This book is as much about the history of Christianity in India. A first of its kind. and those with special interest in Kashmiri Pandits will find it illuminating. This reader is complimentary to an earlier volume. Assam 9780198090403 HB The essays in this volume map the course of ethnic conflict and popular Christianity in India. this book will interest scholars. in India. Community. and Hindu society and tradition.N. teachers. Readership: Accessible and lucid in its approach. history. Besides a new Introduction. Madan (ed. anthropology. and Education The Case of Rural Bihar Mohd. Buddhist studies as well as practicing Ambedkarite Buddhists. and intellectual trends in India.' -The Book Review This collection reflects on India's major religions as practiced in everyday life. Ethnic Conflict. social changes. Madan has been a towering influence on the sociological and anthropological studies of family and kinship. Boundaries of Religion Essays on Christianity. John Webster analyses the themes and concerns that have informed the historiography of Christianity over the past three centuries.N. kinship. Religion in India (OIP. politics. and students of modern Indian history. sociology. politics.R.N. Readership: Students and scholars of sociology and social anthropology. family. Sanjeer Alam (for detailed blurb. and the general reader. What the editor has so admirably performed here is to collate and recontextualize these within the space of a handy volume. and sociology. Readership: Scholars and students of Dalit studies. This Omnibus brings together his seminal writings on marriage.N. T. 9780198074908 2011 OIP Rs 485 'T. especially Christians. religious challenges. The second edition includes a new preface as well as a new appendix on religion in the South Asian context. as well as the informed general reader. cultural dimensions of development. and Indian history. Madan Historiography of Christianity in India John C. especially cultural history. also edited by Madan. it includes footnotes and annotations which explain missing references and passages in the original text. violence and conflict studies. This is the first critical edition of the book published posthumously in 1957. as it is about the writing of Indian Christian history. an eminent sociologist…has done a commendable job in editing this book…' -The Indian Historical Review 'The texts included here are all from distinguished authors and specialists….) is Honorary Professor (Sociology) at the Institute of Economic Growth. secularism.) (for detailed blurb. this book locates Christianity in the cultural context of the subcontinent by relating the development of historical writing on Christianity to political events. Madan Omnibus The Hindu Householder Comprising Family and Kinship: A Study of the Pandits of Rural Kashmir Non-renunciation: Themes and Interpretations of Hindu Culture T.

cultural and socio-political factors that have made us Indians…' -The Hindu Readership: It will interest students and scholars of sociology. ethics. Caste. Modern Myths.Bharat Ratna Pandit Ravi Shankar '…lucid. It examines the ideologies of secularism and fundamentalism in the setting of the Hindu. School of Oriental and African Studies Readership: This unique study will be of interest to students and scholars of sociology. It also looks at various Dalit movements that struggle against insidious forms of caste.) is Foundation Professor of Religious Studies at Arizona State University. 'Madan is a formidable sociologist who eschews the beaten track of the secularism debate. Muslim. Geneva. and the Maoist rebellion. Philip Vinod Peacock (ed.) is Associate Professor at Bishop's College. anthropology. 2/e Secularism and Fundamentalism in India T. jargon-free and perceptive commentary…An intelligent citizen's guide to Indian culture and heritage. history. and religion-based violence and violation. Nanda.' -Michael Hutt. and artistic expression-and its role in the construction and deconstruction of caste and power in India. Underlining the emergence of the Dalit as a new political subject..' -The Statesman 'The book should be required reading for every thinking person who seeks to understand the interplay of religious. Washington DC. the multiple identities of backwardcaste Muslims. 'These essays are based on a rich and judiciously balanced mixture of archival research and enterprising fieldwork. USA. anyone interested in contemporary Nepal. it brings together pertinent case studies from different regions and sectors-the politics of the Chamars of Uttar Pradesh. India. and have a significant general appeal. politically democratic. USA. USA. Culture and Mission at the Wesley Theological Seminary. in modern times. religious and cultural studies. and the lives and stories of Bangladesh war victims of 1971. 2/e The State. 9780198060635 2009 HB Rs 725 '…a beautiful piece of literature. and Catholic Christian) and regions (Bengal. religion. 9780198072256 2010 OIP Rs 395 This book explores the linkages between Nepalese identity. Ethnic Revival. World Council of Churches. as well as. ethnicity-. Muslim. colonial oppression of peasants in Bombay Presidency. popular narratives. Kolkata.. class-. in three different religious traditions (Hindu. Switzerland. religious studies and philosophy. Deenabandhu Manchala (ed. and Dalit Politics. ritual.' . schooling of Dalit women. history. and the Subaltern Question in India Manu Bhagavan & Anne Feldhaus (eds) Hindu Kingship.B. Locked Minds. and Tamil Nadu). Frontline Readership: Scholars and students of Indian philosophy. it also examines the hierarchy of gender. Anne Feldhaus (ed. Readership: Students and scholars of sociology. ethnicity. 9780198066910 2010 HB Rs 745 The volume highlights how-despite its proud entry into the post-colonial.' . In this context. The introduction is lucid and represents an important contribution.N. Mission. folk culture. Evangelism. urban north India.) is Bishop Sundo Kim Chair in World Christianity and Professor of Theology. Madan 9780198065104 2009 OIP Rs 375 India's Culture. Discerning Pathways Sathianathan Clarke (ed. 9780198063483 2009 OIP Rs 295 This volume investigates a wide variety of issues related to Dalit politics and literature. twenty-first century-India continues to straddle structural inequalities and functional hierarchies based on its age-old caste system.) is Associate Professor in the Department of History at Hunter College and the Graduate Center-The City University of New York. and Maoist Rebellion in Nepal Marie Lecomte-Tilouine 9780198063490 2009 OIP Rs 325 This volume focuses on the role of religionencompassing beliefs. and informed general readers. the Arts. and history. political science. with a Foreword by His Holiness the Dalai Lama This book reflects contemporary concerns about the inadequacies of secularism in the context of religious assertiveness in recent decades.Sociology of Religion Dalit Theology in the Twenty-first Century Discordant Voices. and Sikh religious traditions. Speaking Truth to Power Religion. and Spirituality.R. and Beyond Balmiki Prasad Singh is currently Governor of Sikkim. Claiming Power from Below Dalits and the Subaltern Question in India Manu Bhagavan (ed. devotional literature.) is Executive Secretary in the programme area of Unity. gender studies. 18 Sociology 2013 .

.' .' . studied mostly through the lens of the rituals of the Devad¡s¥s. Brockington 9780195665840 2005 HB Rs 645 While recognizing the validity of community identity and discourse. brings together four classic works on Hinduism by renowned scholars. Orissa between 1975 and 1993. 'For those researching this area. Fuller. Those interested in studies on development and modernity. The Hinduism Omnibus T.) is Associate Professor of Sociology.) is Professor of Theology. Biardeau. philosophy. Chris Fuller studies a community of professional priests from a historical perspective. It throws light on the very contentious issues related to the social phenomenon of new Buddhism with which Dr Ambedkar is associated. history.) (for detailed blurb. US. researchers and those interested in religious conversion. They reiterate that there exists no 'fixed identity' for Muslim women-rather that it is contingent and contextually determined.T. Madan.N. India. religion. perspectives and techniques useful for further study. providing the liturgical. Professor of Anthropology at the London School of Economics and Political Science.N. as well as activists in NGOs. ritual and myth.J. 9780195664119 2003 HB Rs 795 This omnibus edition.L. Motivations..) Professor.. Madan (ed. politics. she focused on two sets of rituals-one.Seminar 'The book is packed with sound scholarship and well argued facts .. Ritu Menon (eds) is a publisher and author. goddesses. Madan.and individualist's interpretation of the religion. anthropological. and Indian dance forms.' . During this eighteen-year period. Readership: Scholars and students of modern Indian history. which celebrates the menses of the earth. sociology. historical. with contributions by schola rs such as Eleanor Zelliot and Gail Omvedt. he has observed the priests of the Minakshi temple of Madurai and studied a transformed priesthood that combines tradition with modernity. education. and social work. Sociology 2013 19 . India's Religions Perspectives from Sociology and History T. Knowledge should serve the cause of not only "science" but also "society". Jawaharlal Nehru University. Oommen. law. comparative religion. too. Readership: Scholars in gender studies.K. and the lay reader. will find this volume interesting. historians. Washington D. journalists as also post-graduate students. and women. the book is a historically "thick" work marked by copious detail of theory.C. the festival of Raja Parba at Bali Haraca†d¥. in and around the temple of Jagann¡tha. New Delhi. Wesley Theological Seminary. and society reflecting upon the idea of practice of conversion in India. and women's studies. Nirad Chaudhuri & J. history. Readership: This volume will be useful to students and scholars of sociology. 9780195668940 2004 HB Rs 495 (For sale in South Asia only) In this book. The Renewal of Priesthood Modernity and Traditionalism in a South Indian Temple C. the other. anthropology. Center for Political Studies. social anthropology. philosophers. 9780195689044 2007 OIP Rs 425 This volume brings together important and highly original essays by leading scholars of religion. M. Department of Anthropology at Smith College. Readership: Scholars and students of Hinduism/ Sanskrit studies. religious studies and comparative religion. sociology. with an introduction by T.Sociology of Religion Rhythms of Life Enacting the World with the Goddesses of Orissa Frederique Apffel-Marglin is Professor Emerita. Reconstructing the World Dr Ambedkar and Buddhism in India Johannes Beltz & Surendra Jondhale (eds) 9780195665291 2003 HB Rs 595 This volume can very well be seen as a comprehensive social history of Ambedkar's Buddhism. Religious Conversion in India Modes. as well as the non-specialist reader interested in Buddhism in modern India. Since the late 1970s.N. and Meanings Rowena Robinson (ed. please see entry in section on OIRSSA Series) 9780195694192 2008 HB Rs 750 The nine essays in this volume are based on the author's fieldwork in Puri. This book admirably serves both. [It] is highly recommended for reading and reflection. and Buddhist studies. The Book Review Readership: Sociologists. the contributors emphasize the force of material and social circumstances in shaping the lives of Muslim women. & Sathianathan Clarke (ed.Contributions to Indian Sociology '[It] examines the various facets of conversion in India . In a Minority Essays on Muslim Women in India Zoya Hasan (ed. anthropologists. Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. sea. USA. Culture and Mission. Readership: Scholars of sociology. Department of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Madan (ed.Sociology of Religion Non-Renunciation Themes and Interpretations of Hindu Culture T.N. Madan Religion in India T. Berreman 9780195641080 1999 OIP Rs 250 20 Sociology 2013 . social anthropology. Professor of Sociology at Jawaharlal Nehru University. and examnines the rich cultural tapestry of Hindu. Hindus of the Himalayas Ethnography and Change Gerald D. and Syrian life. please see entry in section on OIRSSA Series) 9780195638097 2001 OIP Rs 195 This book is an attempt to draw the reader's attention away from the ideas of caste and renunciation which dominate academic literature on India. architecture and the body.) (for detailed blurb. focusing instead on the householder's life in Hindu society. Sikh Identity in a Comparative Perspective Dipankar Gupta 9780195643916 1997 OIP Rs 250 9780195647990 1999 OIP Rs 325 Visvanathan explores the relationship between Christianity and Hinduism by using the categories of time. New Delhi. space. Belief and Ritual Among the Yakoba Susan Visvanathan . Readership: Students and teachers of sociology. The Context of Ethnicity The Christians of Kerala History. comparative religion and the general reader interested in a servers but accessible study of Hindu society. Christian.N.

and registration of marriages. sociology. Indian Supreme Court. Indian Political System. and Jurisprudence In India Selected Writings of S. Against this background. and government service. Sociology 2013 21 .' . and political science. the contemporary debates around issues such as child marriages. University of Hyderabad. the present work investigates the class antagonism between the bhadralok. how these laws are applied in contemporary questions of marriage. Sociology (Caste and Hierarchy).Sociology of Law Dangerous Sex. Public Law. Divorce. divorce. and self-reflective social group. Christians. Sathe (1931-2006) S. as they faced the colonial state and its different ideas of legality and sovereignty in colonial Bengal. employment. Competing Equalities Law and the Backward Classes in India. and whether considering the procedural aspects of matrimonial law. and the increased powers of the family courts. informed general readers. The book addresses a fundamental discursive discontinuity when the Bengali bhadralok sought to claim a new position of the aware and good legal subject. lawyers. She is the foundermember and Director of Majlis. and gender studies will also find them useful. Scholars working in the disciplines of political science. and custody and guardianship of children. the framework of law on the issues of maintenance. human rights. Sociology of Law Indra Deva (ed. of one of the most influential scholars in the field of public law and social justice in contemporary India and shows how it helped to shape the theory and practice of public law in the country. and the chhotolok-the underprivileged class. gender studies. Volume II: Marriage. and succession. Muslims. Dalit Studies. policymakers in fields of criminal justice administration and legal education. Readership: This edition will be useful to students and scholars of law. and whether it is possible to bring the law in conformity with modern changes through and in both the formal. and statutory law and the pluralistic and fluid community-based practices. Readership: Scholars and students of public law.The Indian Historical Review In Bengal. It also underlines the development of a new cultural language of morality and the rule of law. Volume 2 examines: the litigation around the validity of marriage and procedures for dissolving it. gender justice concerns are being adequately addressed. Matrimonial Litigation 9780198072201 2011 PB Rs 450 and Behind the Mask The Cultural Definition of the Legal Subject in Colonial Bengal (1715-1911) Anindita Mukhopadhyay is Reader at Department of History. literate. 2/e Marc Galanter. and Jews during the colonial and post-colonial periods. modern Indian history. Madison Volume 1 examines: the evolution of the personal laws of Hindus. property rights. and activists keen to get a fresh perspectives on women's rights and laws. NRI marriages. Parsis. a legal and cultural resource centre in Mumbai. 9780198089674 2012 Oxford India Paperbacks Rs 350 '[This] book is most welcome in the genre of historical writings. a shift in the mindset of the educated elite towards governance in the last quarter of the nineteenth century indicated a new certainty about their self-identity as colonised subjects. Sathe (late) 9780195694154 2011 HB Forthcoming This selection presents the writing. matrimonial residence. University of Wisconsin. Relying extensively upon case law. Volume I: Family Laws and Constitutional Claims 9780198067900 2011 PB Rs 350 Relying extensively upon case law.P. Modern India. please see entry in section on OIRSSA Series) Social Justice. John & Rylla Bosshard Professor Emeritus of Law and South Asian Studies. education. done over almost five decades. judges.) (for detailed blurb. Invisible Labor Sex Work and the Law in India Prabha Kotiswaran (for detailed blurb. Readership: Students and teachers of law. please see entry in section on Gender Studies) Family Law Flavia Agnes is a practicing advocate specializing in the area of women's rights. Readership: Scholars and students of Constitutional Law. 9780195699524 HB (For sale in South Asia only) This is the second edition of the most enduring and comprehensive study on the Indian experiment with constitutionally sanctioned policies of preferential treatment for the historically oppressed and excluded in the fields of legislative representation.P.the privileged.

international law. moral and sociological terms. 9780198065777 2010 OIP Rs 445 This book is a comprehensive and thought provoking examination of the working of the juvenile justice system in India as it exists today and how it has developed historically. policymakers. please see entry in section on Environmental Sociology) India's Unfree Workforce of Bondage Old and New Jan Breman (ed. 2/e From Welfare to Rights Ved Kumari is Chairperson at the Delhi Judicial Academy. Indian Ocean studies. especially in relation to India and its trade as well as security concerns. Based on an interdisciplinary perspective. of the international law of the sea. This volume analyses the historical.) Isabelle Guérin (ed.P. 9780198071617 2010 OIP Rs 325 In this book. and the urgent need for legal and global action.) is Research Fellow at the Institute of Research for Development. political theory. economic. Krishnaswamy analyses the legitimacy of the doctrine in legal. 9780195698466 2009 HB Rs 895 Democracy and Constitutionalism in India A Study of the Basic Structure Doctrine Sudhir Krishnaswamy is Professor. Readership: Students and scholars.' -The Hindu Readership: Students and scholars of Indian constitutional law. Finance and Social Dynamics' at the French Institute of Pondicherry. social. he was deputed by the Government of India as a member of the Indian delegation to the Third UN Conference on the Law of the Sea.) is Senior Fellow at the Institute for Human Development. officers attending the Staff course (Naval Wing) at the Defence Services Staff Colleges. as well as judges and legal practitioners. New Delhi. While serving as the first Judge Advocate General of the Indian Navy. 22 Sociology 2013 . Aseem Prakash (ed. and Head of the Research Programme 'Labour. 1982.) (for detailed blurb. and Chief Officers of Naval and Merchant vessels. Legal Grounds Natural Resources. technical. police officials. Identity.Sociology of Law The Juvenile Justice System in India. To establish the validity of the approach the author uses the Probit statistical model to examine data regarding SC judgements and about the judges themselves. and Civil Liberties Shylashri Shankar is Fellow at the Centre for Policy Research. Captains. members of the judiciary. the book is broadly divided into three sections-agrarian bondage in historical perspective. and the Law in Jharkhand Nandini Sundar (ed. The International Law of the Sea India and the UN Convention of 1982 O. and argues that has emerged from a valid interpretation of the constitutional provisions. Sharma is among India's most distinguished authorities on the law of the sea. including their religious affiliations. Scaling Justice India's Supreme Court. Readership: The book will attract a range of readers from students in the social sciences to policymakers. National University of Juridical Sciences. New Delhi. 9780198060000 2009 HB Rs 795 A comprehensive and accessible study of the international law of the sea today. 'Krishnaswamy's overall defence of basic structure review is highly significant. serving Master Mariners. jurisprudence. NGOs working with juveniles. and political fabric of bondage. while highlighting the continuity between the past and the present. contemporary forms of bondage. Kolkata. development economics. policymakers. 9780195693201 2009 HB Rs 625 This book addresses the question 'What influences the choices and decisions that Indian Supreme Court judges make?' It analyses judges through an approach which sees them as constantly negotiating and interpreting laws within particular political and social contexts. and NGOs. Provence University. and cadets studying at Maritime Academies. Social Rights. Readership: This book will be invaluable for child welfare agencies. civil servants. and educationists. lawyers. The book emphasizes the far reaching changes in the law introduced by the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea. France. Readership: Scholars and students of law. political science. human rights.

. compulsory reading on Hindu law. Hindu Law Beyond Tradition and Modernity Werner Menski is Professor. Vijayakumar District Judge. Rajaratnam School of International Studies. It aims to establish the necessary connection between justice programming and poverty alleviation and is meant to be a companion to the UNDP Practice Note on Access to Justice. written with immense verve. Issues. NGOs. and the State in India Myron Weiner. Readership: Policymakers and law professionals in developing countries involved with judicial sector reforms.. sociology. Sociology 2013 23 . Kerala State Higher Judiciary. Challenges to Democracy in India Rajesh M. Readership: Anyone interested in the judiciary.) is UNDP Country Director for Angola. Women. the importance of this book transcends agreement or disagreement with its central thesis . Previously she was Director. Singapore. Neera Burra. UNDP Born Unfree Child Labour. Supreme Court of India.. School of African and Asian Studies.big. Readership: Scholars and students of child rights and human rights.. Justice for the Poor Perspectives on Accelerating Access Ayesha Kadwani Dias (ed. University of London. Chinnappa Reddy is former judge. New York. New York. 9780195672275 2005 HB Rs 650 This valuable socio-legal study is a detailed analysis of the customary laws practised in the Lakshadweep islands. 9780195699210 2008 OIP Rs 645 This book critically analyses the development of Hindu law from the ancient period to its emergence as a postmodern phenomenon in the twenty-first century.) is Consultant to the Democratic Governance Group. Legislation. School of Law. The Court and the Constitution of India Summits and Shallows O. Gita Honwana Welch (ed. and policymakers.Sociology of Law Handbook of Law.. but accessible. UNDP. and activists. and Employment Policies. Nanyang Technological University. development studies.The Hindu Readership: This volume will be of immense value to scholars and students of law. development practitioners. history and educated general readers. Asha Bajpai 9780195692051 2009 HB Rs 895 This book is the result of an initiative by the Democratic Governance Group of the UNDP. Readership: Students and scholars of gender studies and labour law.) is Associate Professor. Traditional Futures Law and Custom in India's Lakshadweep Islands V. 9780198066286 2009 OIP Rs 395 This important new work is an insider's account of the role of the Supreme Court of India in interpreting the main themes of the Constitution and in formulating contemporary public law in the country. 9780195698534 2008 HB Rs 595 9780198068877 2011 OIP forthcoming The essays in this volume examine the relationship between theory and practice and the major failings of Indian democracy and is addressed in depth by a selection of eminent personalities drawn from various spheres of life. Basrur (ed. students and scholars. religion. examines how various laws designed to benefit working women have functioned in practice. human resources managers. and Case Law Surinder Mediratta retired as Senior Establishment Officer for Johnson & Johnson.. customary laws. 9780195699418 2009 HB Rs 750 This handbook. Readership: Anyone concerned about the fate of India's experiment with democracy. Education. Democratic Governance Group of UNDP. set in the background of the gender friendly provisions of the Constitution and international law. '. modern social history and philosophy. panache and ambition . The customary law of Lakshadweep is notable for the fact that a primarily Muslim community follows Hindu matrilineal customary law in the field of inheritance. and democracy in India. S. 9780195679908 2006 HB Rs 650 This Omnibus brings together three significant works on child labour focusing on the key factors which create an exploitative relationship between the economy and the children of the poor and the marginalized. activists.' . Readership: Researchers and lawyers involved with personal laws. gender studies. sociology and social anthropology in addition to those interested in socio-legal studies. the constitution. journalists. law professionals including judges.

3. ILS Law College. Readership: Will attract a wide range of readers including lawyers. Readership: Scholars and students of law.Sociology of Law Child Rights in India Law. right against sexual and economic exploitation. Enslaved Daughters: Colonialism. gender studies. confusions. and explores strategies which could safeguard women's rights within India's sphere of complex social and political boundaries. and institutions like UNICEF and ILO. 24 Sociology 2013 . Readership: Scholars and students of law. Hinduism and Human Rights A Conceptual Approach Arvind Sharma 9780195665857 2003 HB Rs 525 The book offers to undertake a conceptual approach to the issue of Hinduism and Human Rights in a cultural ethos in which they are perceived. 9780195668902 2004 HB Rs 545 Jaya Sagade provides a powerful critique of the state of Indian law-the lacunae. It offers a rich network of interrelated questions about Human Rights from variety of Hindu and non-Hindu angles. Pune. policymakers. child welfare agencies. social workers. Centre for Socio-legal Studies and Human Rights. 2. Sudhir Chandra. civil liberty groups. right to parental care. and Practice Asha Bajpai . activists and NGOs. as well as activists and NGOs working with children. Readership: Scholars and students of law. Law. Child Marriage in India Socio-Legal and Human Rights Dimensions Jaya Sagade. right to development and survival. and philosophy. and lack of gender sensitivity inherent in the provisions of various statutes which deal with the age of marriage. and Women's Rights. of consent. Women and Law in India An Omnibus Comprising 1. Hindu Women and Marriage Law: From Sacrament to Contract. sociologists. Law and Gender Inequality: The Politics of Women's Rights in India 9780195670820 2006 OIP Rs 395 The book addresses the issue of child rights from an interdisciplinary perspective and covers a wide gamut of issues such as right to family environment. gender studies and sociology. Monmayee Basu and Flavia Agnes 9780195667677 2003 HB Rs 695 Law and Gender Inequality The Politics of Women's Rights in India Flavia Agnes 9780195655247 2001 OIP Rs 325 Law and Gender Inequality maps the issue of gender and law reform upon a broad canvas of history and politics. religion. Professor. Tata Institute of Social Sciences. contradictions. and the validity of marriage. Professor of Law. Mumbai. NGOs. Policy.

It examines issues of child mortality. 9780198090311 HB forthcoming Social security in India has emerged as an important political agenda in recent years.) is Professor and Deputy Director. Readership: This book will be of considerable interest to scholars and students of sociology. please see entry in section on Oxford India Short introductions Series) Social Exclusion and Adverse Inclusion Development and Deprivation of Adivasis in India Dev Nathan (ed. Virginius Xaxa (ed. It is divided into two parts. as well as an active involvement in political governance. and international aid and donor agencies will also find it useful. gender. Administrators. development studies. policymakers. rural and labour welfare institutions. University of Amsterdam. The two flagship initiatives of the Indian government-the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme and the Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojna-have been welcomed by the citizens and political parties alike. 9780198078937 Rs 750 This volume. Affirmative Action in India Oxford India Short Introductions Ashwini Deshpande . please see entry in section on Environmental Sociology) At Work in the Informal Economy of India A Perspective from the Bottom UP Jan Breman . The Long Road to Social Security Assessing the Implementation of National Social Security Initiatives for the Working Poor in India K P Kannan (ed. and familiarizes the reader with the concept of informality and its ramifications. and livelihood among the adivasis. New Delhi and Visiting Fellow.) is Visiting Professor. both at the conceptual and empirical levels. national.Development and Society Controlling the Water Matching Technology and Institutions in Irrigation Management in India and Nepal Dik Roth & Linden Vincent (eds) (for detailed blurb. Professor. Tata Institute of Social Sciences. Amsterdam of Amsterdam. NGOs. land and forests.) . especially to those working on adivasis in India. Former Director and Professor of Development Former Director and Professor of Development Thiruvananthapuram. In order to advance towards inclusive development. sociology. The Netherlands 9780198090342 HB This book encapsulates Jan Breman's anthropological fieldwork conducted in Gujarat spanning over four decades. linguistic denial. Delhi School of Economics 9780198092087 HB (for detailed blurb. Readership: This book will be of interest to students and scholars of development studies. Professor Emeritus and Fellow. Professor Emeritus and Fellow. corruption and other issues. Institute for Human Development. and few others. poverty. Kerala Jan Breman (ed. it emphasizes not just their rights to access services. Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research. but also their rights to their productive resources. The first covers the historical developments under capitalism and contextualizes the vulnerability of the unorganized workforce. Amsterdam Professor Emeritus and Fellow. The Netherlands. class. and researchers of development studies. And yet. social and media activists. and economics. and anthropology. international agencies. with their mixed results in five states through local level studies. Readership: Students. there are complaints about implementation. teachers. locates the deprivation of adivasis in a larger regional. economics. Department of Economics. and global context. Duke University. The second consists of ten of the author's previously published papers elaborating on issues introduced in the first part of the book. This book explores the working of these two schemes. putting together case studies from six states in India. Sociology 2013 25 . Guwahati. USA. policymakers.) .

and in voice and agency. and development and labour studies. a complete lack of institutional support. women. they interrogate this convergence to explore how it produces and reproduces traditional hierarchies of power and privileges in a society. Combining rigorous quantitative research with a discussion of underlying processes. 9780198073925 2011 Hardback Rs 495 (For sale in South Asia only) Despite India's record of rapid economic growth and poverty reduction over recent decades. The book asks how India's structural transformationfrom rural to urban and from agriculture to non-farm sectors-is impacting poverty and social exclusion.' . a disproportionate amount of attention has been devoted to assessments of the extent of poverty and the rate of poverty decline. gendered struggles in livelihood. Perspectives on Poverty in India Stylized Facts from Survey Data The World Bank. it is these inequality traps that prevent such groups from breaking out. Drawing upon cases from India. Jan Breman argues that the increasing work saturation in the informal sector. Bangladesh. this book finds that exclusion can be explained by inequalities in opportunities. and Indonesia. Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research. and academics working to foster equality in India. and cures-is complex and often controversial. trends. University of Amsterdam. Contributors Jyotirmayee Acharya Seela Aladuwaka Norman Backhaus Kathleen Baker Monica Erwér Eva Gerharz Sarah J. social anthropology. dismal conditions at the workplace. and development studies. and the negotiations and contestations adopted by them. Sri Lanka. academics. anthropology. 9780198073871 2011 Hardback Rs 695 (For sale in South Asia only) The ongoing debate over poverty in India-its extent. that is. development practitioners. as also policymakers and practitioners. Jawaharlal Nehru University. uncertain work tenure. Culturally rooted systems perpetuate inequality. unable to take advantage of opportunities that economic growth offers. Halvorson Una Hombrecher Sarah Jewitt Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt Ulrike Müller-Böker Ann M. Pakistan. and. The contributions examine the everyday lives of women vis-à-vis issues of national and transnational identities. rising inequality in the country has been a subject of concern among policymakers. and the apathy of policymakers have ensured that these masses are perpetually trapped in this predicament. because difficult measurement issues have arisen. Perspectives on Poverty in India: Stylized Facts from Survey Data seeks to fill this gap. Readership: This book will be of interest to policymakers. New Delhi. policymakers.C. The analysis is significant in light of the fact that India faces considerable challenges in moving to the next generation of reforms. tribe. Based on extensive fieldwork in India. and the excluded sex. In recent decades. access to markets. The Netherlands. and expand the benefits of rapid growth across sectors. and people. Readership: Bringing the loss of rural livelihoods and vicissitudes of forced migration into sharper focus. researchers. However. causes. Poverty and Social Exclusion in India focuses on social exclusion. the essays in Gendered Geographies foreground how gendered roles and practices intersect with the concepts of space and place. rather than a culture of poverty that afflicts disadvantaged groups. and Malaysia. which has its roots in India's historical divisions along lines of caste.Development and Society Outcast Labour in Asia Circulation and Informalization of the Workforce at the Bottom of the Economy Jan Breman is Professor Emeritus and Fellow. sociology.C. 9780198089438 2012 Oxford India Paperbacks Rs 350 'Outcast Labour in Asia is analysis at its most rigorous [and] also a measure of how Breman is tackling current issues. this book should be indispensable reading for students and researchers of sociology. economics. Crest Edition The late twentieth century socio-economic transition in Asia has resulted in large-scale migration of rural masses to urban industrial areas in search of their livelihood. Nepal. Washington D. China. Gendered Geographies Space and Place in South Asia Saraswati Raju (ed. turning 'labour migration' into 'labour circulation'. Oberhauser Saraswati Raju Anja Rudnick Farhana Sultana Susan Thieme Readership: This book will be of considerable interest to students and scholars of geography. the intolerance of the urban population towards the poor. regions. and activists alike. Readership: This book will be of interest to development practitioners. Poverty and Social Exclusion in India The World Bank. Washington D.The Times of India. and long working hours along with low wages have interminably forced these migrants' return to their places of origin. social scientists. Much less is known about how India's rapid economic expansion has altered the underlying poverty profile and how this affects the consequent search for its causes and cures. 9780198072577 2011 Hardback Rs 725 Based on detailed studies across South and Southeast Asia.) is Professor in Social Geography at the Centre for the Study of Regional Development. These inequalities are structural in nature and have kept entire groups trapped. 26 Sociology 2013 . sustain growth. gender studies. and academics working on poverty reduction and social and urban development in India.

sociologists. New Delhi. 9780195690446 2007 OIP Rs 495 (Winner of the Best Book. Sivaramakrishnan. from Orissa in the east to Rajasthan in the west and Himachal Pradesh in the north to Tamil Nadu in the south Recent setbacks and 'trouble spots' including the lack of proper grievance redressal mechanisms and accountability in the system Contributors Anindita Adhikari Anish Vanaik Aruna Roy Christian Oldiges Clément Imbert Jean Drèze John Papp Kartika Bhatia Karuna Muthiah Nandini Nayak Nikhil Dey Reetika Khera Siddhartha Sudha Narayanan Readership: Written in an accessible style and rich in detail and insights. grit.C. The City in Action Bombay Struggles for Power in the 19th and 20th Century Jim Masselos is Honorary Reader in History. Readership: This book will be beneficial to students of town planning and professional urban planners. policymakers. City of Hope Mumbai: 1660 to Present Times Mariam Dossal is Professor of History. nutrition. Based on field studies conducted between 2006 and 2010. Mumbai stands tall among the most prominent cities of the world.' . historians. University of Mumbai. School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry. and the creation of many opportunities of growth. sociologists and the informed lay reader. The story of the evolution of this city from seven 'islets' to a megalopolis. City of Hope is one of the most comprehensive accounts of this transformation.N.' . environmentalists. of the opening up of new spaces to settle. a social history of Bangalore's twentieth century. traces the city's sudden rise to metropolitan status and the consequent shaping of urban space and citizenship. Urban Studies Sujata Patel & Kushal Deb (eds) (for detailed blurb. It looks at definitional problems in the identification of urban settlements for comparative analysis. economists. Theatre of Conflict. Readership: Political scientists. Theatre of Conflict.Development and Society The Battle for Employment Guarantee Reetika Khera (ed. this book will interest students. Readership: Written by an acknowledged expert. the essays in this volume cover four broad areas: A brief history of the Act and a comparative summary of official NREGA statistics The socio-economic impact of NREGA on a wide range of issues such as women's empowerment. conservationists. This volume provides the first comprehensive and objective account of the ground realities of NREGA. 2/e K. academics. historians. and enterprise. and education. urban planners. and corruption A comparative analysis of the challenges and successes in the implementation of NREGA in several states. an indelible landmark of hope.) is Assistant Professor. Handbook of Urbanization in India. development practitioners. Indian Institute of Technology Delhi.Amartya Sen India's National Rural Employment Guarantee (NREGA) is a unique initiative in the history of social security that guarantees employment on local public works to anyone who applies for it. This is a tale of land scarcity. JNU. 9780195679298 2007 HB Rs 695 This collection of 14 essays revisits the city of Mumbai and the many facets of its political life from the late 19th century to the present. The University of Sydney. It is the world's largest public works programme ever. urban scholars.. The Promise of the Metropolis Bangalore's Twentieth Century Janaki Nair is Professor at Centre for Historical Studies. 9780198064381 2010 Hardback Rs 2450 A city of varied shades and home to millions. historians. They reveal the urban political and socio-cultural development of Mumbai and together constitute an extremely readable and accessible biography of the city. mobilization of unorganized workers. Sociology 2013 27 . B. and all those deeply concerned with the development of Mumbai and urban issues both in India and abroad. and urbanization specialists. for the first time. please see entry in section on OIRSSA Series) 9780198070627 2011 Hardback Rs 595 '. is both fascinating and wrought with the scars of human agency. She has been an active member of the campaigns for the right to food and information in India. Singh 9780195690491 2007 PB Rs 355 This book comprehensively analyses urbanization trends in India using. the 2001 Census data. with some 50 million women and men employed every year. this volume will be invaluable for architects. Department of Humanities and Social Sciences.. New India Foundation 2005) This book. She is a development economist and her research interests are in the areas of food security. and lawyers. '…a definitive statement on the twentieth century trajectory of the city… It is engaging not only for its critical rigour but also for the facility of its prose…the book remains a treat. Amitabh Kundu. a truly major contribution to the understanding of a critically important area of public action.Deccan Herald Readership: This work of contemporary urban history will be of interest to sociologists.

Ramachandran 9780195677409 2005 OIP Rs 275 This volume discusses the issues surrounding the sale of mill land in Mumbai. Department of Sociology. and policy makers and financiers. Ripping The Fabric The Decline of Mumbai and Its Mills Darryl D'monte. and those interested in urban studies. Readership: Academics as well as general readers. 28 Sociology 2013 . anthropologists. University of Hyderabad. The essays offer exhilarating and provocative insights on what Bombay has become. 9780195629590 1997 OIP Rs 295 This substantive and original contribution to the study of urbanization in India critically analyses the strengths and weaknesses of the Indian urban system and provides new insights into contemporary urban problems. Readership: Students of geography. political scientists. as it steps into the new millennium Readership: Sociologists. Professor. The new edition includes a preface which addresses recent legal interventions and the real fear of citizen's groups that Mumbai is being deprived of its open areas. is Chairperson of the Forum of Environmental Journalists of India and former Resident Editor of The Times of India in Mumbai. urban sociology and urban planning. Urbanization and Urban Systems in India R. 9780195676082 2005 HB Rs 495 (For sale in South Asia only) Jim Masselos 9780195677119 2005 OIP Rs 395 This volume. third in the series on Bombay or Mumbai brings together essays that treat the renaming of the city as a point of departure in visiting enduring themes in the city's life.Development and Society Gandhinagar Building National Identity in Postcolonial India Ravi Kalia Bombay and Mumbai The City in Transition Sujata Patel. social historians. School of Social Sciences. researchers in business studies and industrial economics.

… stands as an authoritative statement. this book will appeal to students and scholars of psychology. Sociology 2013 29 . and NGOs working in related areas. is currently associate professor at the University of Toronto. and the essential humanism which all his writings signify-recounting the life and ideas of Kakar in his own words. Department of Psychology.' . sociology. India Analysed Sudhir Kaka r in Conversation with Ramin Jahanbegloo. In the process. It presents a wide range of concepts operating in the Indian context for the treatment of mental illness. this challenging and engaging volume will interest both a scholarly and an informed lay audience who want to understand India as seen through the eyes of one of the country's leading contemporary thinkers. well-known Iranian philosopher. Readership: Written in lucid style. Well-known psychoanalyst and writer. psychotherapy. sociology. University of Delhi 9780198069997 2011 HB Rs 895 This book presents an overview of the history of the developments in Indian psychology. 9780198072454 2011 HB forthcoming This volume includes some of the path-breaking essays by well-known psychoanalyst Sudhir Kakar on themes ranging from Hindu childhood. psychoanalysis. alternative medicine and therapy. 2/e Selected Essays Sudhir Kakar 9780195696684 2008 OIP Rs 235 '… a serious study of India's family values. mental health. and everyone who wants to discover the self and the other in transcultural comparisons. particularly those interested in the South Asian and East Asian Diasporas. The Inner World. and practices have evolved in the discipline. including the 'indianization' of psychiatry. practicing psychologists. and general readers interested in psychology. methodologies. 9780195698930 2009 HB Rs 395 Based on interviews of Sudhir Kakar by Iranian philosopher Ramin Jahanbegloo. cultural studies. Readership: The third in the series of Ramin Jahanbegloo's interviews of prominent intellectuals who have influenced modern Indian thought. Kakar is very good at holding the reader's attention sans any gimmick.) is a researcher in Social Anthropology at the French Institute of Pondicherry. this book explores the psychological effects of immigration on Asians and Asian Americans. cultural studies. Readership: Students and scholars of psychology and sociology. sociology. It documents how new theories. anthropology. modern mysticism. in addition to psychiatrists and doctors. 3/e A Psycho-analytic study of Hindu Childhood and Society Sudhir Kakar 9780195696677 2008 OIP Rs 285 '… A thoughtful and well-written exposition of the field.Psychology and Society The Essential Sudhir Kakar Sudhir Kakar . 9780195698756 2009 HB Rs 795 This book deals with the issue of mental health management in India. and India's healing traditions to malefemale relations and Hindu-Muslim violence. Handbook of Psychology in India Girishwar Misra (ed. and recourse to religious treatment.Psyche Journeys to Foreign Selves Asians and Asian Americans in a Global Era Alan Roland 9780198069461 2011 HB Rs 695 Combining psychoanalytical practices with clinical data. it achieves an elegant balance between conciseness and comprehensiveness. Restoring Mental Health in India Pluralistic Therapies and Concepts Brigitte Sébastia (ed. Readership: This book will be of considerable interest to undergraduate and postgraduate students. and general readers interested in psychology. and philosophy. research scholars and teachers of psychology.' . the book affords readers rare insights into the psychological make-up of the modern Indian. Culture and Psyche.' -Sunday Observer Readership: Scholars social psychology. Readership: Scholars of social psychology. India Analysed is a journey into Kakar's mind-his fertile and unpredictable ways of thinking.) Professor.Journal of Psychological Anthropology '… recommended to everyone who is interested in India and its people.

ecology. Senior Lecturer. International Water Management Institute. Economics. especially those working on Jharkhand. Linden Vincent (ed. and those working on gender studies as well as Himalayan studies. activism and culture in Jharkhand. water activists. Dinesh Kumar is Executive Director. India Despite having a long history and important developmental role in India and Nepal. 9780198082927 2013 Hardback Rs 995 'This volume offers a powerful narrative on the ever-changing dynamic of irrigation in India and Nepal. researchers. 9780198065364 2010 HB Rs 795 Managing water resources effectively is one of India's prime concerns today. The author addresses new approaches to environmental protection.' . Managing Water in River Basins In the Shadows of the State Indigenous Politics. and democracy. Living Between Juniper and Palm Nature.) is Assistant Professor of the Rural Development Sociology Group. politics. identity.Environmental Sociology The Inner and Outer Selves Cosmology. and Ecology in the Himalayas Subhadra Mitra Channa. Gender. It shows how well-meaning indigenous rights and development interventions actually led to the marginalization of the region's poor. this volume shows the range of irrigation technologies developed in different agro-ecological zones-large-scale public canal systems. Manimohan Peter P. Mollinga Vishal Narain Bala Raju Nikku Umesh Nath Parajuli Anjal Prakash Amreeta Regmi Dik Roth Esha Shah Linden Vincent 9780198079422 HB forthcoming Using an ethnographic study of the Jad Bhotiya community of Uttarkashi. Department of Anthropology. Social Sciences Department. Underlying the futility of 'quick fix' solutions. irrigation in both these nations is faced with crucial challenges with the emergence of new pressures and scarcities. particularly among the Tamang people of Nepal. India Alpa Shah . Readership: Students and scholars of sociology and anthropology. This book provides an indepth analysis of existing methods of water management and highlights the gaps in the use of water in various river basins. Readership: Scholars and students of sociology. the political construction of self with respect to international and border relationships. and Insurgency in Jharkhand. It also talks about their constructions of gender. it puts forward various alternative strategies for water management. 9780198071488 2011 HB Rs 695 (For sale in South Asia Only) This book is an ethnographic study of indigenous politics. University of London. and those interested in ecology and the environment in Nepal in particular. Environmentalism. and groundwater-based and conjunctive use settings. Thus. The Netherlands. and Power in the Himalayas Ben Campbell . social and environmental anthropology. It also provides a synthesis of theoretical ideas and conceptual frameworks that have been used to study these dynamics of water control. including micro-hydel systems developed alongside irrigation. small-scale farmer-managed canal systems. and aid agencies. The Netherlands. Institute for Resource Analysis and Policy (IRAP). ponds and tank irrigation systems. Durham University 9780198078524 HB forthcoming This monograph discusses issues of sustainability. this book discusses universal concepts of nationalism. human geography. With an interdisciplinary approach. University of Delhi Controlling the Water Matching Technology and Institutions in Irrigation Management in India and Nepal Dik Roth (ed. It provides a comparative framework for analysing human-environment relations. economy. Controlling the Water portrays not only the complexities of water environments and systems in irrigation. there is a critical need to understand irrigation technology and related institutional choices. and how factors such as trade. examining the case of Langtang National Park. Culture. but also the diversities present in technological and institutional trajectories in India and Nepal. Readership: Students and scholars of conservation and development. Lecturer. Hydrology. 30 Sociology 2013 . Through extensive case studies. Hyderabad. Professor. sociology. Goldsmiths. Wageningen University.Tushaar Shah. Readership: Policymakers. Contributors Suman Rimal Gautam Puspa Raj Khanal Jyothi Krishnan R.) is Professor of the Irrigation and Water Engineering Group. and environment in the Himalayas. and the policies of a democratic country have affected the community. NGOs. Department of Anthropology. exploring continuities and changes in institutional approaches and technological innovations. development studies. Senior Fellow. political ecology. anthropology. and environmental studies. Department of Anthropology. environmentalists. to name a few. Wageningen University. and Institutions M. Environmental Sciences Department.

and provides a road map for the future. and Distinguished Visiting Professor. as well as the lay reader.) is President. this volume will be of interest to a wide cross-section of readerssociologists. Singapore. Council for Social Development. New Delhi. 9780195687132 2008 HB Rs 745 This volume brings to the fore new ideas and policy recommendations which hope to overcome shortcomings or omissions in current thinking. Water Resources of the Indian Subcontinent Asit K. policymakers in the fields of industry and environment. Readership: This volume will be of interest to pollution control boards. including scholars. Sahasranaman is Advocate. water resource management. state agencies. professionals. Nandimath is Associate Professor and Faculty Coordinator. It identifies the existing main constraints to efficient water planning and management in the subcontinent. Third World Centre for Water Management. Cernea (ed. Delhi School of Economics. George Washington University. Readership: An important contribution to the debates on the functioning of law in postcolonial India. Department of Sociology. advisors to industry. and Bangladesh. Delhi. Third World Centre for Water Management. It covers all key issues and concepts. Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. 9780195695854 2008 HB Rs 650 In this volume. New Delhi. Contested Grounds Essays on Nature. written and edited by leading water experts. nine eminent scholars apply the theory and practice of a cultural politics of natural resources to spatial and temporal sites that range from petroleum fields in Nigeria to palm-oil plantations in Indonesia. Handbook of Environmental Law in India P. policymakers. In the first volume of its kind. lawyers. Readership: Students and scholars of environmental law and constitutional of India. political scientists. Legal Grounds explores the ways in which the law structures identities and access to resources. Hari Mohan Mathur (ed. Nationalism. state officials in pollution control boards. Readership: This book will be of interest to ecologists.) is Vice President. Centre for Environmental Education. development studies scholars. environmental activists. activists. water and other natural resources professionals. development practitioners. and Development Daniel Klingensmith 9780195687835 2007 HB Rs 650 Sociology 2013 31 .V. 9780195694437 2009 OIP Rs 595 This authoritative book.Environmental Sociology Legal Grounds Natural Resources.) is Honorary Research Professor. and policy makers. 9780195698527 2009 HB Rs 895 This handbook presents a critical analysis of the entire range of environmental protection laws in India and their international context. and Bangladesh. Handbook of Environmental Decision Making in India An EIA Model O. and how people use it to stake claims about citizenship. High Court of Kerala and Supreme Court of India. policymakers in the fields of industry and environment.) is Visiting Professor. Readership: This book will be useful to everyone interested in water management in India. including sustainable development. USA. and lawyers. Identity. 9780198062066 2009 HB Rs 650 Many of the major struggles in India today are taking place around the right to use or exploit natural resources. Biswas (ed. from irrigation engineering in British India to contemporary environmental decision-making in the United Kingdom. Rangachari (ed. and Visiting Professor. Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.) is Professor. Bangalore. India. and Power Amita Baviskar (ed. and the Law in Jharkhand Nandini Sundar (ed. 'One Valley and a Thousand' Dams. Singapore. Cecilia Tortajada (ed.) is Research Professor of Anthropology and International Affairs. legal professionals in the field of environment law and issues. Centre for Policy Research. Research. objectively and comprehensively assesses the current status of water availability use and management practices in Nepal. Nepal. and Advocacy. environmental impact assessment. Mexico. and practices. Culture.B. and environmental taxes.) is Associate Professor of Sociology at the Institute of Economic Growth. 9780195697360 2008 HB Rs 750 This handbook critically examines India's recently revamped Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) regime. policies. and former Senior Adviser for Social Policies of the World Bank. and national and international organizations. the tool used the world over to achieve sustainable development. forest conservation. India. University of Delhi. climatic change. disaster management and rehabilitation. Can Compensation Prevent Impoverishment? Reforming Resettlement through Investments and Benefit-Sharing Michael M. NGOs working on environmental issues. Mexico. wildlife protection. judges. from global climate change to water scarcity in Gujarat. waste management. National Law School of India. It analyses the three significant phases of the legal development of EIA in India. R.

Environmental Sociology Shifting Landscapes The Making and Unmaking of the Village Commons in India Rita Brara In the Belly of the River Tribal Conflicts over Development in the Narmada Valley Amita Baviskar 9780195673012 2005 HB Rs 625 9780195671360 2004 OIP Rs 325 32 Sociology 2013 .

Sociology of Education Sociology of Education in India Changing Contours and Emerging Concerns Geetha B. By identifying vulnerable learners and outlining policy and legislation. it explains the patterns of access and exclusion and provides areas for further research. this book explores meaningful and equitable access to basic education. School of Social Sciences. and Education. Yet. Religion. and students of sociology. New Delhi. and covers basic. S. and to anyone interested in the state of education in India. Sarangapani Padma Velaskar G. Readership: Students and scholars of education. Collaborative Research and Dissemination (CORD). sociology. teachers. Readership: Specialists in the field of education. Srinivasa Rao Padma M. and identities of different social groups mediate institutional practices and influence learning? These are areas where SoE can make a substantial contribution. are the focus of serious debate. A. Thus. Community. It contends that the relative educational backwardness of the Muslims reflects underlying socio-economic patterns that are often overlooked. and researchers in the social sciences and those concerned with elementary education in India. and international donor agencies. considerable gaps exist in our understanding of the dynamics of religion and access to education. 9780198076940 2012 Hardback Rs 695 Religion-based educational disparities. Zakir Husain Centre for Educational Studies. the education system in contemporary India continues to be plagued by problems related to access. National University of Educational Planning and Administration (NUEPA). and the emerging theoretical and methodological concerns in the sociological study of education. This report is based on extensive fieldwork conducted in villages of Bihar. PROBE Revisited A Report on Elementary Education in India Anuradha De. which are key concerns in education today. Development economist and advisor to UNICEF. Uttar Pradesh. the report presents an analytical overview of issues such as universal elementary education. In Religion. 9780198082866 2013 Hardback Rs 750 The present volume offers one of the first collective appraisals of the trajectory of Sociology of Education (SoE) in India since the 1960s. 9780198070764 HB forthcoming In the light of the drive to universalize elementary education in India. New Delhi. NGOs. and education. Contributors Leena Abraham Arshad Alam Karuna Chanana Suma Chitnis Amman Madan Nandini Manjrekar Geetha B. How do structural inequalities. government agencies and departments. Madhya Pradesh. Meera Samson. the Muslims should not be seen merely as homogeneous socio-cultural aggregates. and relevance. and Education The Case of Rural Bihar Mohd. early childhood care. New Delhi. and development studies. New Delhi. adult literacy.G. economics. and management strategies for EFA. researchers. public administration. New Delhi. Himachal Pradesh and Rajasthan. Centre for the Study of Developing Societies. Sanjeer Alam is Visiting Associate Fellow.). Govinda (ed. and scholars of education. Delhi School of Economics. The 2006 Sachar Committee Report rekindled public interest and attention in this important issue. primary and upper-primary education. The sociological study of education can play a crucial role by analysing education as a social institution and highlighting its linkages with economy. India Education Report Will India Meet Education for All Goals? National University of Educational Planning and Administration (NUEPA) 9780198071563 2011 PB Critically examining the goal of Education for All. Nambissan (ed. identity. funding agencies. There have been few attempts to pool together researches to provide a comprehensive understanding of education in India. Srinivasa Rao (ed. sociologists have only more recently begun to seriously engage with the study of education.) is Professor. and exclusion. Community. Centre for Development Economics. Readership: The book will be of interest to students. They break new ground in theoretical and empirical engagement with themes of equality. policymakers. public policy. quality. especially relative educational backwardness amongst the Muslims in India. NGOs.) is Associate Professor. The study draws upon national-level data as well as focused fieldwork carried out in Bihar's Patna and Purnia districts. researchers. School of Social Sciences. sociology. the changing institutional domains. Jawaharlal Nehru University. planners and policymakers. Nambissan S. Wankhede Readership: It will be a valuable resource for scholars. This volume is a step towards this goal. Collaborative Research and Dissemination (CORD). gender studies. Researcher. Zakir Husain Centre for Educational Studies. Reetika Khera. The contributions here critically examine the development of SoE in India over the past five decades. among others. Jawaharlal Nehru University. Researcher. However. equity. students. as well as policymakers and those working in education administration. and development and minority studies.K. Delhi. This book highlights the larger historical trajectories that have shaped educational development as well as the forms of disparities therein vis-à-vis the minorities in India. gender equality. cultural diversity. Sociology 2013 33 . Vice Chancellor. 9780198071570 2011 PB Rs 345 Who Goes to School? Exploring Exclusion in Indian Education R. Readership: Educationists. and culture. Shiva Kumar. social anthropology. polity. researchers. Despite massive expansion. Alam uses a spatial approach and multilayered analytical framework to understand educational disparities in schooling between the Hindus and Muslims in Bihar.

and policymakers. Neera Burra. and Cohesions Universalization of Elementary Education in India Preet Rustagi (ed. and examines classroom practice in schools. and gender studies. Equally insightful is Kumar's engagement with the questions of history-writing. gender. Special concerns. arguing that the sites of the province.Sociology of Education The Politics of Gender. languages. 34 Sociology 2013 . persistent disparities. Advani goes on to consider the ways in which ideology shapes pedagogic practice. Readership: This volume will interest scholars and students of child rights and human rights. and working children. the author makes a distinction between education as a 'concept' and education as a 'system'. This Omnibus brings together three significant works on child labour focusing on the key factors which create an exploitative relationship between the economy and the children of the poor and the marginalized. 9780198060246 2008 HB Rs 750 The volume draws attention to faulty assumptions. as well as general readers looking for practical insights into the language issue and the spread of English as a global language. 'This book presents a useful sample of recent research on this subject. school administrators. teacher trainers. 1986. and buildings. activists.' . Readership: This will interest students and scholars of education. he invites the reader to shape public understanding about the social purpose of education. policymakers dealing with education. and Modernity Essays on Education in India Nita Kumar. practitioners. the discussion is presented in a historical and comparative perspective. Visiting Professor. Readership: The book discusses subjects of fundamental importance in clear and accessible prose. educationists. creating curriculum. especially of girls and socially marginalized groups are addressed. over-age. and the extent to which they have remained true to those objectives. 9780198067962 2010 HB Rs 550 This book deals with the predicament of the universities today. Universities throughout the world face similar challenges although they do not all respond to them in the same way. development studies. 9780195679908 2006 HB Rs 650 It has been twenty years since the Indian Parliament passed the Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act. English. Through this book. community. and how classroom transactions define the meaning of what is taught. Universities at the Crossroads André Béteille A Pedagogue's Romance Reflections on Schooling Krishna Kumar has been a Professor and Head of the Central Institute of Education. Allahabad University Readership: This book will be of interest to educationists. and the Indian Modern Shalini Advani is currently Director Education. and cultural studies. Claremont Mckenna College. While the focus is on contemporary India. and training teachers. She looks at state-produced school textbooks. Institute for Human Development. It also sheds light on the new challenges involved in reaching out to excluded children as India gets closer to this long-standing goal. New Delhi. community and modernity. New Delhi. Schooling the National Imagination Education. and the State in India Myron Weiner. traces how English curriculum both reflects and constructs identity in particular ways. Community. the objectives with which they were set up. Brown Family Professor in South Asian History. University of Delhi. history. Yet more children work as labourers in India than in any other country in the world. Asha Bajpai 9780198062752 2009 HB Rs 575 Discussing the national education policy in general and the English language policy in particular. Education. Learn Today. and the students themselves. Readership: This book will be invaluable for students and teachers of pedagogic studies. postcolonial studies. He highlights the importance of connecting the classroom with life outside. It studies sources and semantic fields such as reform efforts. he is Director of National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT). texts. 9780198074946 2011 OIP forthcoming This collection deals incisively with multiple sites of education including homes and families. English language studies. Readership: Its accessible style and subtle passion will attract decision-makers and activists as well as parents. NGOs. Born Unfree Child Labour. and the media. and family produce histories other than the ones we typically engage with.Jean Drèze. out-of-school. especially those concerned with the interlinkages between education. At present. Shalini Advani tracks the inner dilemmas of a postcolonial society like India and the troubled history of its language politics. It should be read by all those who take an interest in the institutions of science and scholarship.) is Senior Fellow. Concerns. and inadequate commitment to inclusive education that result in the neglect of pre-school. neighbourhoods. involved in designing schools. sociology. USA. 9780195693164 2007 HB Rs 450 In this book. as well as education policymakers. journalists. cities. Conflicts.

R. Readership: Scholars and students of gender studies. institutions. Development Policy Division. 9780195679649 2005 OIP Rs 325 This book explores the complex relationship between ideas. 2/e Meenakshi Thapan . Women. New Delhi. Delhi School of Economics. Professor and Head. Department of Sociology. Ranjana Srivastava is Associate Fellow. Dharwad. National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration. as also to scholars of sociology and philosophy. Planning Commission. Ravi Srivastava is Faculty.Sociology of Education Universalizing Elementary Education In India Uncaging the 'Tiger' Economy Santosh Mehrotra is Head. P. Panchmukhi is Director. Centre for Multidisciplinary Research. the history of education. education departments. sociology and politics as also women activists and general readers. Readership: It will be of special importance to scholars of education. University of Delhi. researchers and practitioners. history. Department of Economics. as well as the potential for new reforms in public spending on elementary education. and the people in them. trainers. The author examines the Rishi Valley School in Andhra Pradesh considered the hallmark of progressive education. Bhargava & K. private education societies. informed by the world view of the renowned philosopher Jiddu Krishnamurti. government agencies. 9780195670998 2005 HB Rs 695 This is a study on pattern of financing of elementary education by the State characteristics of the private sector in elementary education. NGOs in the education sector. Delhi. teachers. University of Allahabad. Life at School An Ethnographic Study. Sociology 2013 35 . the first women's college in Delhi. Readership: Policymakers. state governments. This edition includes a new introduction that rethinks ideas in school education in light of present political and social realities. Dutta 9780195669114 2005 HB Rs 450 This work traces the development and progress of education for Indian women and their role in national politics in the early twentieth century through a case study of Indraprastha College. Education and Politics The Women's Movement and Delhi's Indraprastha College M.

which is now commonly presented as a series of uprisings. active political agency is seen everywhere weaving what are described here as discourses of resistance. Relocation. 9780198078968 2012 Hardback Rs 650 Woven around the notion of 'globality'. By building into liberal theories' additional factors that characterize contested secessions. dilemmas of newly carved out federal states. among others. France Facing Globality Politics of Resistance. Chandigarh. 9780198080961 2012 Hardback Rs 595 This book looks at democracy in an institutional perspective and examines its achievements and limitations. The book introduces the reader to the distinction between law and custom. citizenship and cultural nationalism. development studies. Social Anthropology. Panjab University. the courts of justice. this book reflects on the wider theoretical issue of what kind of a right is the right of secession. Instead. and culture studies. University of Delhi. It thus reflects the revolution brought about in the conception of Nepalese history. It is based on extensive fieldwork before. political science. Chandhoke critically evaluates the use of state violence in such cases and supports her argument by examples from across the globe spanning the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Thus informed. 9780198077978 2012 Hardback Rs 695 Taking what is euphemistically termed the 'Kashmir Problem' as a case of contested secession. and between matters of right and matters of trust. blurring the difference between the 'cause' and the 'caused'. relocation. Department of Political Science. Department of Political Science. especially those studying political theory. and Kashmir Neera Chandhoke is Professor. Contested Secessions Rights. popular expectations from civil society and state. However.) is Professor. processes of justification. Pampa Mukherjee (ed. sociology. It deals with such institutions as the Parliament. during. the volume argues that none of these has been a passive recipient of 'globalization processes'. ideological ambivalence and doublespeak of political parties. and ethnic and identity politics. the volume invests it with an altogether different meaning. University of Delhi.Political Sociology Revolution in Nepal An Anthropological and Historical Approach to the People's War Marie Lecomte-Tilouine (ed). Exploring these sites. these chapters map the spread of globality in India across a wide range of areas: changing notions of modernity and national development. such as the right of secession. Democracy. Globality is thus introduced not as a supplementary concept. and reinvention. justice. and Reinvention in India Bhupinder Brar (ed. location-specific. Director de Recherche (Senior Researcher). and Director. Readership: Democracy and Its Institutions is a product of many years of research and reflection by a leading sociologist and public intellectual. Its focus on institutions is designed to bring out the contradictions between the ideals of democracy such as equality and liberty. Chandigarh. Developing Countries Research Centre. Democracy and Its Institutions André Béteille . and what are the moral considerations that impact the right. role and status of new social movements. and history. and dissenting minorities. designating it as the emergence of numerous Althusserian 'conjunctures': simultaneous yet uneven in spread. The argument culminates in the proposal that the principle of self-determination should be de-linked from secession and seen as a constitutive aspect of democracy. Readership: The book will be of interest to students and scholars of political science. Panjab University. Adopting an anthropological and historical approach. and pluralism. It is written in a clear and lucid style and will be of interest to students and teachers in a wide variety of social science disciplines as well as to others who are concerned about the fortunes of democracy in India. FBA. what are the circumstances in which this right can be justified. images of India in global forums. but as an alternative to the essentialist and determinist conceptions of globalization found in mainstream theories. Contributors Kumool Abbi Partha Pratim Basu Bhupinder Brar Neera Chandhoke Ashutosh Kumar Pampa Mukherjee Aditya Nigam Anupama Roy Deepak K. this volume will be of interest to students and scholars of political science. and after the revolutionary movement. Neera Chandhoke reworks existing understandings of secession. the chapters in this volume explore its varied manifestations in contemporary India. non-linear. and the system of political parties. rather than deploying the term in its conventional sense. 36 Sociology 2013 . Le Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS). Singh Janaki Srinivasan Readership: Theoretically informed and empirically rich. conflict management. especially those researching contemporary Nepal.) is Associate Professor. international relations. Self-determination. She develops a framework of normative principles that can help map and sort out vexatious issues in contested secessions characterized by extensive violence. 9780198089384 HB The volume is a comprehensive study of the People's War in Nepal. is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Delhi and National Research Professor. and the actual operation of government and politics. In this timely and original book. and changing cinematic idiom. third-party intervention. Department of Political Science. democracy. the author addresses concepts of core moral and contingent rights. it presents an account of the War's impact in the country. and indeterminate. national self-determination. diasporic identity. 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All those who have their doubts. comparative politics. Srila Roy carefully tracks the sexual politics. history.' . Department of Sociology. and drawing from a unique body of party texts. Today. public intellectuals. both as an enabler of the market and as a vehicle for Hindu cultural nationalism. of leaving homes and attempting to politicize the Indian peasantry. Professor Emeritus and Fellow. Remembering Revolution constitutes one of the first major studies of women's role and involvement in the late 1960s' radical Left Naxalbari movement of West Bengal. Sud explores how interactions between a re-invigorated state. SriRanjani Vidhu Verma Rohit Wanchoo Readership: The in-depth and incisive analyses of the institutions and practices adopted by the Indian state will interest students and scholars of Indian politics and sociology as well as policymakers. 9780198075035 2011 Hardback Rs 750 How does society deal with the cultural differences that exist within it? Should the distinctiveness of each culture be recognized? Should minority cultures. middle-class women (and men) narrate their stories of 'being a Naxalite'. cultural studies. Challenging paradigms that posit the decline of the developmental state in India. It also sheds light on the problems that the chosen path yielded. The Naxalites and their Ideology. Is it also the laboratory for policies that the nation needs? Its political leader thinks so and appears to consider his record of success at the State level an endorsement for the same nomination at the central stage. Contributors Anil Bhatti Peter Emberley Shefali Jha Sarah Joseph K. 9780198076933 2012 Hardback Rs 695 'Gujarat has been hailed as a paradise of free enterprise. Based on extensive field data. Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research. and cultural diversities prevalent in Indian society.Veena Das Krieger-Eisenhower Professor of Anthropology. activist writing. somewhat limited. linguistic. These considerations on the practices of multiculturalism and accommodation of minorities make a significant contribution to the existing theories of the subject. Jawaharlal Nehru University. Hindu Nationalism and The State A Biography of Gujarat Nikita Sud is University Lecturer in Development Studies at the University of Oxford. the book attempts to fill the gendered gap in Indian Maoist studies with its fresh focus on women's political identities and subjectivities. Accommodating Diversity Ideas and Institutional Practices Gurpreet Mahajan (ed.) is Professor. 9780198077381 2011 OIP Rs 325 'What makes Ray's study different…is that he has offered a profile of what it means to be a Naxalite and what Naxalism really means to its adherents. one of India's leading federal units. Through a comparative analysis. Gujarat is known for its pioneering role in market liberalization and as the site of ethno-religious strife. gender studies. it sensitizes us to the complexity of the majority-minority relationship. and the differences they embody. and simultaneously draws attention to articulations of minority consciousness. and of negotiating different types of violence. The book invites us to take a close critical look at the distinctions we make between state violence and the violence of revolutionary movements. be protected? Accommodating Diversity reflects on the Indian experience of democracy and multiculturalism. At a time when the face of international terrorism is increasingly female.K. Remembering Revolution Gender. This book presents an insightful analysis of the movement by situating it within the contexts of Bengali society. UK. Highlighting the state's recent re-orientation. Centre for Political Studies.' -Financial Express Deriving its name from the village Naxalbari in West Bengal. the Naxal movement has seen widespread revival in recent times. on either Narendra Modi's political credowhich is intolerant to minorities and strongly authoritarian-or on his economic agenda-which is anti-labour and degrades environment-should read this book to come to know why and how high growth for the elite and low development for the masses go hand in hand. Kailash Vinay Lal Rinku Lamba Bijen Meetei Anne Phillips Asha Sarangi Vasanthi Srinivasan V. strains of Indian communism. A splendid achievement. fiction. Nikita Sud critically re-examines the postindependence history and politics of Gujarat.Political Sociology Liberalization. and the informed reader.Jan Breman. New Delhi. The book examines sexual as well as everyday interpersonal brutality as part of political violence. School of Sociology and Social Policy. institutions and politics of the state at the heart of the analysis. and the normalization and silencing of ordinary violence within the Naxalite movement. The volume delineates the policies and institutional arrangements that were specifically designed to accommodate religious. 3/e Rabindra Ray is Associate Professor. however. 9780198081722 2012 Hardback Rs 725 'Remembering Revolution is a thoughtful. Sud offers a fresh perspective on the seemingly puzzling co-existence of economic liberalism and political illiberalism. social anthropology. poetry. University of Amsterdam. and Subjectivity in India's Naxalbari Movement Srila Roy is Lecturer in Sociology. development studies and sociology. and women's personal testimonies. and the peasantry. the birthplace of Indian Maoism. nuanced analysis of the ethical ambivalence within feminist discourse on the use of "emancipatory" violence by revolutionary movements. this book raises pressing questions about women's participation in cultures of violence. Readership: A compelling read for students and scholars of sociology. Adopting a long-term view. she places the ideas. Sociology 2013 37 . film memoirs. Readership : This timely study will be indispensable for graduate students and scholars of contemporary India. University of Nottingham. It will also greatly appeal to readers in history. Readership: This book will appeal to all those interested in contemporary India. The literature available on the gendered politics of left-wing cultures and practices of violence is. Using the production of cultural memory as a central tool. and politics. journalists. University of Delhi. The Netherlands In this path-breaking account.' . private corporate capital and ethno-nationalism are configuring the 'new India'. and how they are embedded in revolutionary movements. Johns Hopkins University Women's participation in the Maoist revolution in India and the subcontinent as a whole has become more pronounced in recent years. Violence. political science.

conflict. phenomenon in Indian society. and culture studies. Professor. and more are contained in this volume. the media business.). macro. new media. Raising the face of contemporary untouchability into view. reporting of caste. He is former Interim Director of African American Studies. Iowa State University.Gopal Guru. It also dwells on lesser known but equally crucial aspects of media such as community radio thereby foregrounding a media landscape that is complex and variegated. His book has embarked on a new aspect of Ambedkar's Buddhism. with a Foreword by Sukhadeo Thorat The Hoot Reader Media Practice in Twenty-first Century India Sevanti Ninan (ed. and against Dalits in the historical and contemporary periods. THE HOOT Subarno Chattarji (ed. Department of English. and religion (particularly Buddhism) and others concerned with caste politics. Critiques on media ethics. legal reporting. yet widely prevalent. Jawaharlal Nehru University Untouchability and discrimination against Dalits is a hidden. It makes refreshingly new reading. and cultural developments of the past decade through the prism of media reportage and analysis. Founder-Editor.Dalit Studies/Media & Society Dalit Art and Visual Imagery Gary Michael Tartakov (ed. This collection is unique in that it presents a trajectory of political. The book painstakingly foregrounds radical realism of Buddhist-Ambedkarite art forms in universal understanding of imagery.). gender. Associate Professor. Readership: This book will be of considerable interest to scholars and students of Dalit studies. It offers us a brilliant insight into the emerging forms of Buddhist-Ambedkarite imageries that are constitutive of cultural identity. 38 Sociology 2013 . this book analyses the uses of visual imagery by. sociology. as it unfolds to us the revolutionary meaning that is constitutive of the imagery. 9780198089186 February 2013 Hardback forthcoming THE HOOT Reader is an endeavour to create a permanent archive of the best journalistic and analytical pieces from THE HOOT website over the past decade. journalists and media professionals. social.) is Professor Emeritus of Art and Design History. Readership: Students and scholars of media studies. for. University of Delhi 9780198079361 2012 HB Rs 1295 'Gary Tartakov is [a] serious art historian.and micro-analyses spanning all media forms and drawing on the entire South Asian region. economic. communalism. modern Indian history.' . It records a wide range of issues in media practice. Iowa State University. sociology.

who have had a major impact on the direction of his own work. Majumdar and M. including D. Srinivas.N. Srinivas.N. Readership: Students of sociology and social anthropology. Shah & E.A. Madan 9780195636505 2000 OIP Rs 375 Pathways is an important contribution in the study of how intellectual traditions grow through a process of critical assessment. Ramaswamy (eds) Pathways Approaches to the Study of Society in India T.N. A. 9780195668346 2004 OIP Rs 295 Sociology 2013 39 .Research Methods The Fieldworker and the Field Problems and Challenges in Sociological Investigation. Madan first examines various aspects of the work of several outstanding scholars.M. 2/e M.N.

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Women and Girls in the Hindi Public Sphere Periodical Literature in Colonial North India Shobna Nijhawan is Assistant Professor of Hindi. and uses a legal realist approach to show why criminalization cannot succeed amid the informal social networks and economic structures of sex markets. and multiple narratives specifically meant for women and girls of early twentieth-century north India. 9780198074076 2012 Hardback Rs 750 'Hindi periodicals for women and edited by women came into circulation as early as the first decades of the twentieth century. the work showcases rare archival material: advice texts. gender studies.) (for detailed blurb. Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT University). Providing new insights into the lives of these women. of pain and suffering. preparing to be connected to a world which was already beginning to look beyond the national to the global. Based on this. writers.' -Vasudha Dalmia. York University. and human rights. Kolaskar and Motilal Dash. 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In this book. the study brings to light the nationalist demand for home rule for women. and yet their work comes together to script a whole new story of hope. In this book Sonal Mansingh. cultural. please see entry in section on Development & Society) Women and Society The Road to Change Ashok S. Department of Languages. independent thinking. University of London. she assesses the law's redistributive potential by analysing the possible economic consequences of partial decriminalization. Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw. Berkeley The emergence of periodicals in Hindi for women and girls in early twentiethcentury India helped shape the nationalist-feminist thought in the country. this volume will be rewarding for students and scholars of gender. researchers. Bhubaneswar. Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT University). Invisible Labor Sex Work and the Law in India Prabha Kotiswaran is lecturer in law at the School of Oriental and African Studies. Motilal Dash is Director (Academic). please see entry in section on OXFORD INDIA STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY Series) Dangerous Sex. Kotiswaran concludes with a theory of sex work from a postcolonial materialist feminist perspective. Discussing domesticity. Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences. Readership: Including thirty-six archival visuals and an exhaustive Bibliography. and corporate leaders reveal how women have contributed to change and development in a society that is largely governed by patriarchal mores. Kolaskar is Vice Chancellor. Readership: This book will be of interest to scholars. and Arya Mahila. artists. and the drive to innovate can bring about a sea change in the lives of women and impact the society at large. Literatures and Linguistics. Catherine and William L. 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and intra-Dalit communities.) Assistant Professor at Biological Anthropology Unit. Martyrdom and Partition is a parallel history of events and non-events. Nutritional Status. and Case Law Surinder Mediratta Lakshmi Holmström 9780195698435 2008 OIP Rs 195 9780195699418 2009 HB Rs 750 This handbook examines gender friendly provisions of the Constitution of India and all major legislation relating to women's employment. Vasulu (ed. 42 Sociology 2013 . 9780195699340 2009 HB Rs 695 Violence. MPhil and postgraduate students.) Professor at Biological Anthropology Unit. This book investigates developments in international law on gender justice. Readership: Human rights activists. sociologists.) Assistant Professor at Sociological Research Unit.S. Vanmam moves away from accounts of victimhood. Readership: Scholars of gender studies and labour law. Women. affect children's well-being. this work opens up the historians' territory. and Employment Policies. New Delhi. and social history. Issues. Kolkata. globalization studies. who spent some years in a convent as a nun. He demonstrates how vast numbers of women in India face problems of low income. Mediratta contends that existing legal measures are either not implemented or are inadequate for meeting the challenges posed by the fast-changing economic environment today. Anthropology. literacy. human resource managers. politics. testimony and experience. human rights law. Violence. It presents the transmission of gender differences to the children and how women's decision making power. Readership: Students and scholars of Indian writing in translation. which addresses issues concerning contemporary society and its contradictions. literary scholars. insecurity of tenure. Vanmam Vendetta Bama. New York University. memory and history. violence against women is rampant across the globe due to the gap between legal principles and reality on the ground.Gender Studies Gender and Discrimination Health. Sangati Events Bama Translated from Tamil by Handbook of Law. this book will be of interest to historians. law professionals including judges. gender studies. Kolkata. cultural studies. policymakers. family law professionals. Readership: A highly readable and novel work. and shares the discourse of Dalit modernity. local activism by women's groups in various countries. anthropology. Premananda Bharati (ed. T. students and scholars of sociology. Indian Statistical Institute. and Role of Women in India Manoranjan Pal (ed. Martyrdom and Partition A Daughter's Testimony Nonica Datta is currently a Fellow at the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library. Translated from Tamil by Malini Seshadri 9780195696332 2008 HB Rs 345 Focusing on the nature and function of caste in Tamil society. 9780198060291 2009 HB Rs 750 This volume provides a comprehensive and in-depth study of gender discriminatory issues and critically examines the position of women at different spheres of life. Breaking the silence of an oral testimony and presenting memory as history. is the most celebrated contemporary Dalit woman writer. Readership: Planners and researchers in the field of Economics. and activists. Kolkata. poor working conditions. and those engaged with culture and gender studies. as well as social and sexual harassment. 9780195699203 2008 HB Rs 695 (For sale in South Asia only) Despite advances in human rights law. the novel talks about the silenced topics of relationships between inter. Legislation. unequal pay. Human Rights and Gender Violence Translating International Law into Local Justice Sally Engle Merry is Professor at the Department of Anthropology and at the Institute for Law and Society. as well the resistance such groups face within their own communities. and research methodology. health etc. Indian Statistical Institute.) Professor at Economic Research Unit. anthropologists. planners of gender issues and development policymakers. Bholanath Ghosh (ed. Indian Statistical Institute. Indian Statistical Institute. On the basis of archival as well as field research. Kolkata. lack of access to legal aid and advice. long working hours.

gender studies. Readership: Students and teachers of modern Indian literature. 9780198062189 2009 OIP Rs 145 'Phanishwar Nath Renu is one of the most influential Hindi writers of the twentieth century … a matter of immense pleasure to those who appreciate good literature that he is being translated and presented in a meaningful manner … the translation stands independently as a work of art … worth reading. Nabaneeta Dev Sen. Readership: Scholars. 9780195697056 2008 HB Rs 695 This reader explores the history. Vaidehi. Vanajam Ravindran. Originally written in Hindi (Ek Naukrani Ki Diary). sociology. Zuhara--this collection of novellas from five Indian languages revolves around the lives of women from various walks of life. 9780195677386 2007 HB Rs 695 Translated from early Punjabi as well as Dakani and Lakhnavi Urdu. social relevance. as well as the informed lay reader. Saniya. family studies and gender studies. Petievich argues that the poems. the book includes a critical introduction by Uma Chakravarti. Professor of History and Women's Studies at Montclair State University in New Jersey. Maya Pandit 9780195697025 2008 HB Rs 595 Bringing together the work of five highly accomplished contemporary Indian women writers-Mrinal Pande. Sociology 2013 43 . and students of history. and cultural studies.M. as well as quantitative and qualitative aspects of the position and careers of women in sciences. Vaidehi. Zuhara. and narrative brilliance. as well as general readers. comparative literature. comparative literature. subtle insights. anthropology. teachers. Women and Science in India A Reader Neelam Kumar (ed. epistemology. and B. reflect how the Urdu literary canon has been constructed around concerns of gender. the novel sparkles with ironic humour. Translated by Satti Khanna Five Novellas by Women Nabaneeta Dev Sen. and gender studies.Gender Studies Freed from Disgrace Kalankmukti Phaneshwarnath Renu (1921-1977).' -The Hindu Readership: Students of modernity as well as postcolonial activism. 9780195691993 2007 HB Rs 395 The Diary of a Maidservant is a masterly representation of a sensitive young domestic servant and her world. through their marginality. With the novellas translated in English for the first time. The first section investigates the historical background while the second provides the contemporary context and sociological explanations and deals with the economic parameters that determine the status of women in scientific professions. Nayana Kashyap. introduced regional rural voices into mainstream Hindi literature. science. and Saniya Translators: Tutun Mukherjee. Readership: Students and scholars of literature in general and Indian literature in translation in particular. When Men Speak as Women Vocal Masquerade in Indo-Muslim Poetry Carla Petievich. cultural studies. Readership: Each poem appears in the original Urdu alongside the English translation and transliteration. and ethnic nationalism. these poems from the Indo-Muslim literary tradition were authored by men but narrated in the feminine voice. psychology. gender studies. media and visual culture studies. and the general reader. B. Translated by Sagaree Sengupta 9780198060833 2009 OIP Rs 395 '…there is a strong focus in the book and it centres on the Indian family as it is projected and imagined through and in popular art…' -The Book Review Readership: Students and scholars of Indian sociology. making this a delightful read for connoisseurs of Urdu poetry as well as the enthusiastic beginner. National Institute of Science Technology and Development Studies (NISTADS). and Popular Culture in India Patricia Uberoi The Diary of a Maidservant Ek Naukrani Ki Diary Krishna Baldev Vaid is one of our most distinguished Indian writers. Mrinal Pande.) is Scientist. but also to general readers interested in regional Indian literature in translation. region. New Delhi. a well-known novelist from the Bihar hinterland. Freedom and Destiny Gender.M. Family.

Nabaneeta Dev Sen. they compose a deeper reality. Oxford University Ingrid Robeyns (ed. Sarojini Naidu and Gandhi. She goes beyond the narrowly personal to give first-hand glimpses of the social. Readership: Historians. inequality. and often humourous. as well as the opinions. Misra 9780195692372 2007 OIP Rs 395 (For sale in South Asia only) This collection of papers studies Amartya Sen's work and writings from a gender perspective. written in 1857. NGOs. Mahasweta Devi.what constitutes work and who is a worker . Readership: Readers of Indian literature in translation. autobiographies. social activists. I. social choice. sociologists.) is Senior Research fellow. both Indian and foreign. individual and particular. Extracts from the Rig Veda and other Hindu scriptures. freedom. right up to feminist and other responses to the Deorala Sati of 1987. as well as students of women's studies. and Indian cinema. Capabilities. nursing their joys and sorrows. sociologists. 9780195685947 2007 HB Rs 295 Gunabhiram Barua's Ramnabami-Natak. self-employed women and their world of work. accounts by commentators as diverse as Battuta. and today's thinkers thereon. offer glimpses of the historical development of this rite. and academicians involved in the study of issues central to feminist economics and philosophy such as justice. University of Edinburgh. political. and Equality Amartya Sen's Work from a Gender Perspective Ramnabami-Natak The Story of Ram and Nabami Gunabhiram Barua was among the enlightened nineteenth-century thinkers who advocated new ideas of social reform in colonial Assam. who leads us into the lives of poor. they write the history and mathematics of their lives. and cultural studies & general readers. Durga Khote emerges from these pages not as a woman exploited by the world of men but as one who went out into the world and explored it with zest. the SelfEmployed Women's Association (SEWA). The first modern Assamese play on a secular theme. Rammohan Roy. bureaucrats. Readership: Policymakers. as well as general readers. it presents a bold redefinition of consensual marriage while strongly advocating widow remarriage. colonizers. Department of Political Science. Nabami. outlining the range and usefulness of his work for gender analysis as well as exploring some of its silences and implicit assumptions. of women leading their everyday lives. British Colonial History.) is Professor of Economics. Shanta Gokhale 9780195692433 2007 OIP Rs 195 Durgabai weaves together the bright and dark strands of her life with the skill of a born storyteller and in a style that is lively.Gender Studies Three Sides of Life Short Stories by Bengali Women Writers Ashapurna Devi. University of Nijmegen. Bani Basu and Suchitra Bhattacharya Saumitra Chakravarty (ed.by shining a spotlight on the informal sector and its pivotal role in the economy. The vision and the journey of this unique organization are recounted by its founder. These women write out of their bodies and the intimate spaces around them. UK. 44 Sociology 2013 . 9780195685855 2007 HB Rs 350 This selection of fifteen stories by five exceptional Bengali women writers looks at They are voices. Sati A Historical Anthology Andrea Major (ed. revolves around the tragic story of a young widow. and her lover. Ramchandra.) Leverhulme Early Career Fellow. Bernier. a sky. The book explores basic concepts of labor . they give us an atmosphere.) We Are Poor But So Many The Story of Self-Employed Women in India Ela R. Freedom. comparative literature. Bentinck. Bhatt. revealing a broad range of responses and attitudes. Delhi University Jane Humphries (ed. founder of the Self-Employed Women's Association (SEWA). social anthropologists. on the concept and ritual of sati down the ages. crisp. Pelsaert. direct. and those working in the field of gender studies. anthropologists. 9780195690811 2007 OIP Rs 345 (For sale in South Asia only) We Are Poor but So Many is a firsthand account of the forming of a women's trade union. famines. Ela R. and poverty. Institute of Economic Growth. and a house with many doorways helping us to reclaim their original energy and wonderful clarity. Readership: This book will appeal to students and scholars of regional Indian literature. Translated and with an Introduction by Tilottoma Bina Agarwal (ed. of travellers. and cultural life of the times. in India. Readership: Students and scholars of Indian literature and history. Durga Khote An Autobiography Translated from Marathi by 9780195678956 2006 HB Rs 650 This anthology collects a wide selection of primarysource material. Bhatt.) is Professor of Economic History.

Ambai's stories are among the finest of contemporary short fiction in Tamil. Comprising eight short stories and extracts from two novels. and the morality of same-sex erotic relationships. which is not yet part of any collection. translation studies.) Senior Advisor in the Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Network of the World Bank. Included in this book is also a long story. Readership: Political scientists. The authors draw from their research and experiences at different levels-from households to communities to nationsin various regions of the world. 9780195687064 2006 HB Rs 595 This study explores the highly sensitive demographical problem of fertility behaviour through intensive fieldwork method of social anthropology. activists. profoundly relevant to today's world. In a Forest. witty. some tears'. This book is a translation of her third collection of short stories. students. 2/e Population and Society in a Rajasthan Village Tulsi Patel . British Colonial History. anthropology. scholars. NGOs. practitioners. modern Indian fiction. Lakshmi Holmström 9780195683141 2006 HB Rs 295 Thought-provoking. and researchers of colonial Indian history. but also deeply moving. 9780195684162 2006 HB Rs 650 This volume outlines a conceptual framework that can be used to monitor and evaluate programmes centred on empowerment approaches. Kaattil oru maan (2000). and early twentieth-century India. Readership: Students and researchers of sociology. as well as those who are interested in approaches to poverty reduction that address issues of inequitable power relations. Delhi School of Economics. Measuring Empowerment Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives Deepa Narayan (ed. It presents the perspectives of twenty-seven distinguished researchers and practitioners in diverse disciplinesall of whom are grappling in different ways with the challenge of measuring empowerment. Chocolate. University of Edinburgh. It presents a holistic perspective on fertility behaviour through a study of a village in Rajasthan. Ohio. Ruth Vanita 9780195674866 2006 HB Rs 395 This is the first-ever English translation of Ugra's work. gender studies. as well as general readers. 'A movement. Readership: This volume is an invaluable resource for planners. A Deer Stories by Ambai (Winner of the 2006 Hutch Crossword Award) Translated from Tamil by Pious Flames European Encounters with Sati (1500-1830) Andrea Major Leverhulme Early Career Fellow. 'A Constituency Suitable for Ladies' And other Social Histories of Indian Elections Wendy Singer. the volume raises issues as salient today as eight decades ago: the interpretation of text. Associate Professor of South Asian History at Kenyon College. historians. Translated from Hindi and with an Introduction by 9780195679007 2006 HB Rs 575 The book explores elections.Gender Studies Fertility Behaviour. 9780195678185 2006 HB Rs 625 The volume interprets the influential early nineteenth century debate on Sati by placing it in the context of a varied tradition of heterogeneous and ambivalent western responses to the rite. UK. and sociology will find this volume engaging. and gender studies as well as policy makers in government departments. the role of fiction in relation to society. evaluators. University of Delhi. as well as teachers and scholars of English literature. and an informed audience. sociologists. Readership: These translations. The second edition discusses the methodological and theoretical issues relevant in fertility studies and further enriches our understanding of the meaning and relational contexts of reproductive actors. and social history of women in elections in India. USA. Indian history. Readership: This book will interest students. and administrators and researchers. will appeal to students and scholars of regional Indian literature. Professor. a folder. Readership: General readers interested in the history of same-sex relations in India. (late) Author and journalist. particularly those working on reform movements and gender studies. Sociology 2013 45 . inventive and stylish. The author outlines the history of women's participation in electoral politics and discusses the political realignment that is taking place today. Department of Sociology. scholars of women's studies. and Other Writings on Male-Male Desire Pandey Bechan Sharma 'Ugra'.

sociology.The Book Review Readership: This study will interest political scientists.Gender Studies Rhetoric and Reality Gender and the Colonial Experience in South Asia Avril A. 9780195666236 2005 HB Rs 275 This volume looks at the exemplary ethical deity. Siobhan Lambert-Hurley . Readership: Students and scholars of literature. In a Minority Essays on Muslim Women in India Zoya Hasan & Ritu Menon (eds) 9780195677317 2005 HB Rs 1500 This rare collection of 300 archival photographs accompanied by explanatory captions depicts women's lives during the period 1875 1947. as also an informed lay audience consisting of activists. UK. this book analyses the development of gender ideals under the Sikh gurus. with specific reference to gender in colonial India. placing India at center stage. sociologists. and marriage to decision-making. SOAS. and policy planners. mobility. 9780195665840 2005 HB Rs 645 (see also section on Sociology & Religion) 46 Sociology 2013 .N. work. Relocating Gender in Sikh History Transformation. gender studies. University of Waterloo. Indian Journal of Gender Studies. domestic violence. well-researched. Powell. the first women's college in Delhi. 1875-1947 Malavika Karlekar. as well as the general reader. Readership: Students and scholars of modern Indian history. Readership: Students and scholars of Sikh studies and Indian religions. yet lucid introduction placing in context the photographs which have been gleaned from private collections of families and friends. Nottingham. 9780195679199 2005 OIP Rs 295 Focusing specifically on the Singh Sabha reform movement spearheaded by British educated Sikhs in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Senior Lecturer in Modern History.000 Muslim and Hindu women in India. history. is Editor. Religious Studies. as also students and scholars of sociology and anthropology. the history of education. covering a range of issues from education. women's and gender studies. literature in translation. and their adaptation and in some cases transformation by the new intellectual elite. UK. and especially those working on the linkages between gender and colonialism. notably Bengal. 'This is the first such survey of this magnitude…even more interesting than the results themselves are the insights …[on] the conditions of Muslim women's lives. as well as from archives. Readership: Scholars and students of gender studies. 9780195677041 2005 HB Rs 645 This collection of essays focuses on the relationship between ideas and practice. and gender studies. The data and interpretative analysis presented here are based on the first-ever national survey of 10. as well as to seriously engage with academic debates on gender and Islam. Retelling the Ramayana Voices from Kerala C. It also includes a comprehensive. Rhetoric and Reality attempts to do justice to the significant regional differences within the sub continent by including papers on a range of localities. Meaning and Identity Doris R. Visualizing Indian Women A Documentary. Canada. sociology and politics as also women activists and general readers. from a woman's point of view. and social anthropologists. Rama. demographers. autonomy. and political participation. Department of History. Nottingham Trent University.Frontline 'An attempt to break the monolithic image of Muslims and Muslim women in particular as internally homogeneous and the complete other of non-Muslims in this country… The material is vast and will long provide a basis for much further research…' . Education and Politics The Women's Movement and Delhi's Indraprastha College M. access to welfare. history. Dutta 9780195669114 2005 HB Rs 450 This work traces the development and progress of education for Indian women and their role in national politics in the early twentieth century through a case study of Indraprastha College. rhetoric and reality .' . historians. Srikantan Nair (1928-76) One of Kerala's most Unequal Citizens A Study of Muslim Women in India Zoya Hasan & Ritu Menon famous playwrights. Jakobsh is Associate Professor. Bhargava & K. Reader. journalists. Readership: General readership. Women. Punjab and Central India. Sarah Joseph has been instrumental in founding the later twentieth-century women's movement in Kerala. Translated by Vasanthi Sankaranarayanan 9780195684599 2006 OIP Rs 345 This path-breaking study of Muslim women in India seeks to dispel popular misperceptions and stereotypes regarding their status. socio-economic status.

Based on rich empirical data the book provides a comprehensive view of the day-to-day realities of widows in rural India. Covering both colonial and post colonial periods. 9780195658934 2001 OIP Rs 395 This volume presents a view of feminist theory and politics in India in the form of debates within the movement on key issues. Gender and Politics in India Nivedita Menon (ed. each tackling a topic of vital concern for Indian women today: dowry. Religion at the Service of Nationalism and Other Essays Madhu Kishwar The Veiled Women Shifting Gender Equations in Rural Haryana Prem Chowdhry 9780195657999 2001 OIP Rs 295 9780195670387 2004 OIP Rs 345 This book examines the position of women in rural Haryana in north India. This biography. Caste. 3. Hindu Women and Marriage Law: From Sacrament to Contract. University of Delhi. Readership: Students and specialists in gender studies. caste.) teaches Political Science at Delhi University. sociology.embedded in orhodox Hindu traditions and texts are manifested in customary practices and norms.Gender Studies Gender. Law. Invented Identities The Interplay of Gender. was Professor of History at the University of Delhi. contributed to the formation of a middle-class among the Hindus and the Sikhs. The essays focus on important arguments within Indian feminism. ritual. Readership: Students and scholars of history. sociology. history. Readership: Scholars and students of gender studies. Off the Beaten Track Rethinking Gender Justice for Indian Women Madhu Kishwar is Senior Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies. history. their exclusion from the control of resources and decion making. Associate Professor. Flavia Agnes 9780195648850 2000 HB Rs 625 Chen shows how ideological constructions of widowhood . the denial of co-ownership rights to wives. is also a page from the social and political history of modern India. Readership: Scholars of gender studies. and in the individual s right to dissent. sociology. 9780195667943 2003 OIP Rs 275 Mridula Sarabhai was involved not only in the freedom struggle but also in the fight for women s right to equality. Department of History. all those interested in and concerned with women's issues. Readership: Scholars of gender studies. and Religious Identities Restructuring Class in Colonial Punjab Anshu Malhotra. culture. religious. and Women's Rights.the ascetic. history. Readership: Academics. it explores issues such as participation of women in the processes of production and reproduction. unwanted daughters. 9780195672404 2004 OIP Rs 315 The book explores the construction of new class. 9780195658316 2002 OIP Rs 310 Presented here are some of Kishwar's best essays. Religion and Politics in India Julia Leslie & Mary McGee (eds) 9780195652932 2000 HB Rs 495 The essays in this volume examine processes by which gender identities are formalized and ritualized through language. Law and Gender Inequality: The Politics of Women's Rights in India Perpetual Mourning Widowhood in Rural India Martha Alter Chen Sudhir Chandra. Enslaved Daughters: Colonialism. as it developed and transformed during the colonial period. The author examines how the notion of being high caste. child and sati . Mridula Sarabhai Rebel with a Cause Aparna Basu . planning and law. social anthropology and the lay reader. in civil liberty. Readership: General. presenting a range of disparate voices without privileging any one over another. sociology. 2. 9780195667677 2003 HB Rs 695 Sociology 2013 47 . Monmayee Basu. etc. Women and Law in India An Omnibus comprising: 1. gender studies and identity formation in Punjab. and the resistance of patriarchal society to a change in their legal position. activists. the first account of her life. narrative and politics. students and teachers of Indian Politics and Women's Studies. development policy. Indology and religion. and gender identities in colonial Punjab.

attempted a synthesis between Indian (Hindu. He pointedly and critically analyses their conceptual and theoretic orientations as well as substantive sociological concerns.N.) Former Professor of Sociology. each in his own way. each on an important theme or sub-area within these disciplines. It examines the manner in which opportunities are differentially distributed. Das (ed. kinship. Readership : This outstanding contribution to disciplinary history introduces students and scholars to the rich legacy of sociology at the University of Lucknow. Madan. economics and development studies. among others. Readership: Students and scholars of sociology and anthropology. and local struggles for power? What are the moral and affective valences that give economic activities their force in social life? Sociology and Anthropology of Economic Life 2 Strategies.N.) is Honorary Professor (Sociology) at the Institute of Economic Growth. Centre for Historical Studies. The founding professor. with specific reference to India. Jayaram (ed. notably Dhurjati Prasad Mukerji and Dhirendra Nath Majumdar.Yogendra Singh Professor Emeritus. Buddhist.N. Delhi. The chief merit of the book lies in its attempt to invite today's sociologists to engage with the interests and concerns of the Lucknow 'Quartet' and the pioneers generally. The present volume.) 9780198064466 2011 HB forthcoming This book is the second volume of two readers on social and economic anthropology in the Indian context. Delhi. India Sociology as a subject for advanced teaching and research in India is now a hundred years old. The volumes act both as introductions to sociology and social anthropology. and Markets Veena Das (ed. he has brought together and discussed select contributions of four major Lucknow University scholars who. comprise a set of volumes. and affective forces shape activities such as production. and researchers. To implement his ideas. USA 'This book is the first systematic historical narrative of the institutionalization of teaching and research in sociology in India. This volume is concerned with the rise of novelty in economic arrangements in Indian society. Combining comparative theoretical formulations with rich ethnographic data.) Retired Professor of Economics. having been both a student and later faculty member. Ranendra K.Harold A. His personal experiences give the book its comprehensiveness and make it most engaging to read. It will interest those engaged in the fields of sociology. Delhi School of Economics. each book brings together key essays that apprise readers of the current debates and developments within that area. The rich and fascinating ethnographies in this volume provide well-documented case studies with which to comprehend theoretical issues.) Ranendra K. and history.' . Jawaharlal Nehru University.) Professor. Madan has done in an exemplary manner what has been long overdue. and Distinguished Fellow (Adjunct) of the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies. Centre for the Study of Social Systems. Together they taught several generations of students among whom Awadh Kishore Saran was the most distinguished. He provides personal insights and perceptions on the orientation and academic approaches of each of these four pioneering sociologists.' . One of its first locations was the University of Lucknow which opened its doors to students in 1921 at. TISS. 9780198063261 2010 HB Rs 850 The Moral Embedding of Economic Action focuses on the ways in which ethical. 48 Sociology 2013 . Mumbai Satish Saberwal (ed. Madan's editorial commentary on the writings of four pioneering social scientists of Lucknow University is laced with his personal insights on their intellectual approaches and orientations. Sociology and Anthropology of Economic Life 1 The Moral Embedding of Economic Action Veena Das (ed. (Revised Edition) N.N. Madan. This could come only from him. exchange. teachers. the essays engage with a wide range of questions. politics. Muslim) and Western modes of social thought. the Department of Economics and Sociology. Center for South Asian Studies. Johns Hopkins University. T. he brought in likeminded people. The book evokes fond memories of my journey to Lucknow in the 1950s to partake of this milieu under the guidance of Professor D. anthropology.Sociology and Social Anthropology The Oxford in India Readings in Sociology and Social Anthropology The Oxford in India Readings in Sociology and Social Anthropology. What are the appropriate categories and methodologies for understanding economic relations in rural India? How do technologies related to natural resources acquire different institutional forms as they become embedded in social relations of caste. put together by one of their best known students.) Krieger-Eisenhower Professor of Anthropology. and consumption that we habitually characterize as 'economic'. Majumdar who opened the door to my long career in South Asian Studies.N. and those studying economic anthropology in particular. Radhakamal Mukerjee Dhurjati Prasad Mukerji Dhirendra Nath Majumdar Awadh Kishore Saran Social Conflict. Networks. Radhakamal Mukerjee. JNU 9780198074915 2011 OIP forthcoming 9780198080374 2013 Hardback Price TBA 'T. comprises selections from their writings and his own extensive commentaries on the same. moral. Madan (ed. Das (ed. University of Virginia. Gould Visiting Professor. Centre for Research Methodology. Sociology at the University of Lucknow The First Half Century (1921-1975) T. and as essential reference works for students. edited by T. was committed to cultural/civilizational comparison and interdisciplinarity in the teaching of the social sciences. Along with authoritative introductions and sectional prefaces.

The societal role of the judiciary with respect to social action and public interest litigation is also analysed. Indian Institute of Technology. and goals. it also engages both conceptually and empirically with the diversity of concerns that comprise the field of urban sociology in India. It views religion from ethnographic and historical perspectives rather than from a theological angle. USA. 9780198074908 2011 OIP The book presents essays on India's major religions as practised in everyday life. leisure. culture studies. Mumbai. politics. urban inequality and class formation.how they experience and cope with conflicts of ideology. order. It examines the association of law with religion and disadvantaged groups. 9780198064459 2009 OIP Rs 385 The twenty-one essays in this volume. policy planners. Readership: Students and scholars of sociology. priorities. and activists. urban infrastructure. ethnicity and gender. Caste. the twin-volume Social Movements is the most comprehensive anthology of social movement studies in Independent India. 9780198067696 2010 OIP Rs 345 This innovative reader focuses on the theme of formal organizations in sociological inquiry. and Bollywood's influence. With essays published over the last fifty years. Sociology 2013 49 . It will be particularly useful to those interested in the dynamics of Indian society.' -Economic and Political Weekly Readership: Students and scholars of sociology. urban studies. Kushal Deb (ed.) is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Virginia. Centre for the Study of Social Systems.) Professor. New Delhi. and trade unions. slums. cooperatives.' -The Book Review Readership: Students and scholars of sociology and anthropology. Chattisgarh. Jawaharlal Nehru University.) is Emeritus Professor. analyse the relationship between legal and social systems in India. youth. and the manner in which power and politics exhibit themselves. and social change.An Indian research student wanting to know how leading Indian scholars viewed Dumont's formulations would get a good idea…from this volume' -The Book Review Readership: Students of sociology and social anthropology in PG and M Phil level courses in Social Stratification and Indian Sociology. Readership: This reader will fit into the prescribed reading list for optional course in sociology of religion and political sociology at PG and M. Pt Ravishankar Shukla University. interests. health. caste. While the general introduction provides a broad understanding of social movements in social science. governance. School of Social Sciences. socio-legal scholars. The book discusses the functioning of law both under British rule and in postindependence India. administrators. and environmental movements in diverse regions. such as stability. law. Hierarchy. labour. development agencies. the short sectional introductions enable readers to situate the chapters in their proper contexts. scholars of caste and political sociology. Raipur.) is Associate Professor of Sociology. 'The selection…is very good and written by persons of high repute…. 2/e Indian Critiques of Louis Dumont's Contributions Ravindra S. and sustain their identities and maintain their boundaries. '…an eclectic collection of papers…of use to students and scholars alike as an introduction to the discipline.) Sociology of Law Indra Deva (ed. peasant. social history. anthropology. and those interested in the working of formal organizations. economic sociologists.N. and sanitation. It also discusses issues of urban planning. Legal historians. Urban Studies Sujata Patel (ed. Oommen (ed.' -The Book Review 'The editors deserve credit for this useful book…' -The Telegraph Readership: Students and scholars of sociology.) was Professor Emeritus. this volume examines aspects of diverse urban life. School of Social Sciences. and lifestyle. linguistic.Sociology and Social Anthropology India's Religions Perspectives from Sociology and History T. schools. Khare (ed. 'While mapping the wider discourse of urbanisation in India. hospitals. Charlottesville. The volumes cover religious. It covers diverse organizations such as the civil service. 9780198062523 2009 OIP Rs 345 Using an interdisciplinary approach. identity. 'This book is excellent reading for anyone interested in the institutions and quality of modern Indian life. University of Hyderabad. and Indian politics. tribal. They link the study of law with core sociological issues. The Sociology of Formal Organizations Abha Chaturvedi and Anil Chaturvedi (eds) are researchers and consultants in organizational sociology. and with varying academic orientations. and conflicts. covering issues ranging from personal law and uniform civil code to reservations and women's empowerment.Phil levels as also scholars of religion. managers. The essays discuss concepts and models and provide an insight into the dynamics of organizations in recent decades . They also examine the extent to which organizations are culture specific.K. history. and Individualism. and political science. sociology. Madan (ed. Department of Sociology. business firms. religion. and activists. disorder. and activists will also find it informative. women. Social Movements (2 Volumes) Volume I: Issues of Identity 9780198063278 2010 HB Rs 695 Volume II: Concerns of Equity and Security 9780198063285 2010 HB Rs 795 T. 9780198062776 2009 OIP Rs 345 This volume in the OIRSSA series is the second one after Social Stratification to look at the issue of caste and is organized around Indian responses to the path breaking work of Louis Dumont. including life in the city and industrialization. by eminent sociologists and top legal thinkers and jurists. Department of Sociology.

Sociology and Social Anthropology
Nomadism in South Asia
Aparna Rao & Michael J. Casimir (eds)

The Village in India
Vandana Madan, teaches Sociology, Janaki Devi
Memorial College, Delhi University.

9780195698909 2008 OIP Rs 545
Representing a broad canvas of issues and approaches in the study of nomadic communities in South Asia, from historical to contemporary ethnographic perspectives on ecology, economy, social and political organization, decisionmaking, exchange, interaction, and cognition, the readings treat migration as their core point of reference. 'It challenges the apparent western perception that South Asia is a static society, immune and resistant to change!' -The Indian Express Readership: College and University students and teachers of Sociology, Anthropology and History. Interested general readers. Libraries and institutions.

9780195672008 2004 OIP Rs 395
The essays discuss both the analytical frameworks with which to comprehend the complexities of village life, as well as vivid ethnographic vignettes from villages across the country. Readership: Undergraduate and postgraduate students and teachers of sociology, anthropology and history.

Social Ecology
Ramachandra Guha (ed.) is an independent
scholar based in Bangalore.

9780195644548 1998 OIP Rs 395

Historical Anthropology
Saurabh Dube (ed.) is Professor of History in the
Centre for Asian and African Studies at El Colegio de México.

Social Ecology brings together a selection of pioneering readings on a subject of increasing interest to sociologists an social anthropologists. 'This is a collection that inspires as much as it educates ... Social Ecology is bound to remain of enduring interest to the specialist and lay reader alike.' - Mahesh Rangarajan, The Book Review

9780195699357 2008 OIP Rs 425
This collection offers a wide-ranging domain of anthropological and historical endeavour under the rubric of historical anthropology. It probes the consequences of the combination of anthropology/sociology and histor y and the mutual transformations of these enquiries. 'This collection brings to view developments and departures that highlight the emergence of the crucial interdisciplinar y arena of historical anthropology.' -The Statesman, New Delhi Readership: Students and scholars of sociology, anthropology, politics, postcolonial studies, and history.

Politics in India
Sudipta Kaviraj (ed.) is Professor of Indian Politics
and Intellectual History, Columbia University, New York.

9780195648737 1998 OIP Rs 350
Politics in India is a collection of papers analysing the sociological bases of Indian politics. 'Kaviraj does a good job of anthologizing postIndependence writing on Indian politics. His achievement is remarkable, because the literature is enormous ... Through skilful selection and editing Kaviraj has culled some of the best.' - Economic Times

Methodology and Fieldwork
Vinay Kumar Srivastava, Professor, Department of Anthropology, Delhi University.

9780195678161 2005 OIP Rs 350
This reader provides a comprehensive and cross disciplinary account of research methodology, covering the character of social research, fieldwork, ethnography, and survey research as also the ethical and ideological issues involved in doing research. Readership: Students, teachers, and researchers of sociology and social anthropology. Courses in Social Research Methods, Research Methodology, post-graduate, M.Phil programmes in Sociology and Social Anthropology.

Social Stratification
Dipankar Gupta (ed.)

9780195630886 1997 OIP Rs 395
Social Stratification brings together a selection of readings on caste, caste profiles, class, and conflict. 'Social Stratification is a worthwhile reader that fulfils its promise of introducing the subject and capturing the nuances of theoretical debate.' - The Sunday Observer

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Religion in India
T.N. Madan (ed.)

Family, Kinship, and Marriage in India
Patricia Uberoi (ed.) is Director of the Institute of
Chinese Studies, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi.

9780195630923 1997 OIP Rs 395
'Professor T.N. Madan ... has done a splendid job in bringing together a selection of readings that is at the same time original and well-balanced. It deserves to be read and consulted extensively by the professional as well as the layman. There could not be a better introduction to the rich and exciting field of study.' - André Béteille , FBA, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, University of Delhi, and National Research Professor

9780195635089 1997 OIP Rs 385
'...this volume has successfully staged the state of art in kinship studies ... it will amply reward the ... reader with its fine selection of diverse strands of the panoramic web of family, marriage and kinship ties in India.' - Shobhita Jain, The Book Review '... a good introduction to the enormous variety of social organization that exists in the sub-continent, and to the theoretical problems involved in understanding this variety...' - Carol Upadhya, Sociological Bulletin

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SERIES: Oxford India Short Introductions

SERIES: Oxford India Short Introductions
Affirmative Action in India
Oxford India Short Introductions
Ashwini Deshpande , Professor, Department of
Economics, Delhi School of Economics

Caste
Series: Oxford India Short introductions
Surinder S. Jodhka is Professor of Sociology and Chairperson, Centre for the Study of Social Systems, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

9780198092087 HB
This Short Introduction analyses the nuts-and-bolts of affirmative action in India, while sketching out the larger context of and debates around this issue. It covers the 'why' and 'how' of affirmative action, and provides a perspective on where India stands today in terms of group disparities and the proposed remedies. Readership: Students and scholars of social sciences, activists, media persons, policymakers, as well as general readers.

9780198089360 2012 Paperback Rs 195
'[A] brilliantly concise introduction to an important and complex topic … informed by deep scholarship and engagement with contemporary issues … Highly recommended.' - David N. Gellner, Professor of Social Anthropology, University of Oxford 'This book offers the best of both worlds. It is a wide-ranging exploration of this complex topic, clear and accessible to non-specialists. But it also carries authority, since Professor Jodhka has done pioneering research on recent changes in caste dynamics.' - James Manor, Emeka Anyaoku Professor of Commonwealth Studies, University of London 'Here is a book that competently provides whatever that … needs to be known about caste. It will surely serve as a handy guide to a vast variety of readers.' - Anand Teltumbde, writer, political analyst, and civil rights activist, Mumbai Does caste really matter today beyond electoral politics? What has changed and what remains of it? Do caste-based quotas and reservations strengthen divisions in society or do they help bridge them? How does the reality of caste play out in modern-day labour markets, social life, and popular culture? This short introduction provides an engaging account of the contemporary manifestations of caste as well as the changing perspectives on caste in social science writing and popular discourse. The book covers the many themes and issues around the lived reality of caste in India-caste as tradition, as a constitutive element in power politics, its manifestation in everyday violence and humiliation, and its contestation by movements 'from below' and policies 'from above'. Accessible and thought-provoking, this is a must-read for scholars, students, activists, policymakers, and general readers interested in this allpervasive aspect of Indian social life.

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SERIES: OXFORD INDIA STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY

SERIES: OXFORD INDIA STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY
Series Editor: Sujata Patel
No Limits
Media Studies from India
Ravi Sundaram (ed.), Senior Fellow, Centre for the
Study of Developing Societies, Delhi

Minority Studies
Rowena Robinson (ed.) is Professor of Sociology at the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai.

9780198083986 HB forthcoming
Media studies in India is a young and emergent field. Through interdisciplinary studies in the fields of film, television, music, print, and radio, No Limits addresses the issue of the contemporary in Indian media environment since its globalization in the 1980s. Readership: Students and scholars of sociology, social anthropology, media and cultural studies, mass communication, political science, and history.

9780198078548 2012 Hardback Rs 675
'An important collection of essays that brings together contemporary scholarship on minorities ... interrogating the construction of religious and minority identities and the conflicts and tensions that surround such construction in the Indian and South Asian context.' - Zoya hasan, Professor, Centre for Political Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi 'Explores a range of constitutional, legal, political, social, and ethical issues.... An important contribution to an emerging area of research of immense importance.' -T.N. Madan, Honorary Professor of Sociology, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi Minority Studies, the first volume in the new series, 'Oxford India Studies in Contemporary Society', brings together a group of scholars across disciplinary boundaries to tackle a host of core issues related to the identification, definition, and categorization of religious minorities, foregrounding the significant and immediate social categories of caste, gender, ethnicity, and class. Capturing the interplay of socio-cultural categories and the agencies of governmental institutions, law, and identity politics, the introduction and twelve essays in this volume together chart the content and contours of the exceedingly important and emergent field of minority studies. Contributors: Dibyesh Anand Chad M. Bauman Natasha Behl Farhana Ibrahim Murzban Jal Laura Dudley Jenkins Joseph M.T. Joseph Marianus Kujur Sipra Mukherjee Yousuf Saeed Michel Seymour Rina Verma Williams Richard F. Young Readership: Constructing a robust and interdisciplinary analytical framework for the study of minorities in India, this volume will be indispensable for students and scholars of social sciences, and valuable for practitioners, policymakers, and developmental agencies.

Sexuality Studies
Sanjay Srivastava (ed.) is Professor of Sociology, Institute of Economic Growth, University of Delhi

9780198085577 2013 Hardback Price: c. Rs 825
Sexuality, in all societies, pervades every aspect of social existence, and has always been an enigmatic theme of research in the social and human sciences. In India, especially, the overwhelming diversity in language, ethnicity, community, caste, and class; the multitudes of value systems; and the unique and dynamic confluence of its history, modernity, and tradition, render the study of sexuality a challenging endeavour mandating interdisciplinarity and multiplicity of analytical frameworks. This volume, a valuable compilation of fresh research in the field, bridges this gap, and provides a nuanced, spectral view of sexual cultures of India. The essays draw from a wide range of deeply analytical and theoretically potent research. They deal with a host of themes, ranging from colonial sexologists and pulp literature to family courts; development discourses to queer imagery in Hindu nationalistic imagination; laws on perversion and prostitution to romance and the Indian media; and, above all, the established patterns of research on sexuality in India. Together, they explore the interconnected dimensions of history, legality, sexual cultures, power politics, community and values, race, and class, and engage with the cognizance of these dimensions in the prevalent discourse on Indian sexuality. Outlining the contours and main themes of sexuality studies in India, this volume will provide a strong foundation to this immensely important field. Contributors Sanjam Ahluwalia Paola Bacchetta Srimati Basu Hardik Brata Biswas Paul Boyce Christiane Brosius J. Devika Diepiriye Kuku Shilpa Phadke Jyoti Puri Svati P. Shah Sanjaya Srivastava

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urban scholars. Sen. and activists. she focused on two sets of rituals-one. Orissa between 1975 and 1993.' . primarily in North India.K. history. Marxism and Class Analysis André Béteille 9780195697339 2008 OIP Rs 345 'This book is…in the fresh and open spirit of sociological enquiry…Béteille has…single-handedly kept alive a comparative sociological style within India…[it] is a model of clarity. Oommen 9780195687750 2007 HB Rs 495 This volume identifies three persisting areas of tension in sociology-sociology's ambiguous identity vis-à-vis social anthropology. sociologists and the informed lay reader. anthropology. especially relating to marriage and inheritance. political science. have changed the dynamics of power relations. Madan Rhythms of Life Enacting the World with the Goddesses of Orissa Frederique Apffel-Marglin 9780195698343 2008 OIP Rs 375 '…a useful and engaging collection of public addresses and writings produced over a period of roughly twenty years…[The book] represents a continuing exploration of the significance of culture. 54 Sociology 2013 . historians. Readership: Political scientists. gender studies. 9780195694192 2008 HB Rs 750 The nine essays in this volume are based on the author's fieldwork in Puri. 9780198067702 2011 HB Rs 895 This volume discusses how the process of political democratization and radically altered legal enactments. the appropriateness of the units of its analysessociety. the festival of Raja Parba at Bali Haraca†d¥. journalists.N. development studies. and women's studies. in and around the temple of Jagann¡tha.Oxford Collected Essays Political Economy of Production and Reproduction Caste. and Culture T. Readership: Students of sociology and social anthropology. the other. ethnicity and secularism by one of India's foremost sociologists. Custom. social anthropology. nation-state. religion. The City in Action Bombay Struggles for Power in the 19th and 20th Century Jim Masselos 9780195679298 2007 HB Rs 695 This collection revisits the city of Mumbai and the many facets of its political life from the late 19th century to the present. Readership: Students and scholars of sociology. and civilization. political theorists. Secularism. studied mostly through the lens of the rituals of the Devad¡s¥s. The Book Review Readership: Sociologists. Images of the World Essays on Religion. lawyers. Readership : Scholars and students of sociology. historians.' -Amiya P. and Community in North India Prem Chowdhry Knowledge and Society Situating Sociology & Social Anthropology T. as well as policymakers and administrators. its claim for scientificity.Nandini Sundar Readership: Students and scholars of sociology. and the interested general reader. and history. During this eighteen-year period.

Kuttikkanam. 'structure'. 'conflict'. comparative and current. thematic. It will be immensely useful for competitive examinations. Readership: Students of sociology in colleges. Francis Abraham presents a contemporary textbook that goes beyond conventional themes and geographic boundaries. Visiting Professor at Marian College. Readership: Senior undergraduate. American International University Foundation.) An Introduction to Social Anthropology.' .New Statesman Contemporary Sociology. It brings forth the basic disagreement about the meaning of sociological theory itself as well as on the basic sociological concepts of 'system'. interdisciplinary. and extends her discussion of aspects of social anthropology. r/e An Introduction to Concepts and Theories M. Modern Sociological Theory An Introduction Francis M.Text Books Handbook of Indian Sociology Veena Das (ed.. 2/e Lucy Mair 9780195685107 2006 PB Rs 445 This handbook provides students of sociology in India with an understanding of key theoretical. universities and technical institutes. Kerala. Abraham 9780195613841 1997 OIP Rs 155 This book presents a comprehensive overview of major schools of sociological theory incorporating diverse perspectives and illustrations drawn from different cultural contexts. 'Admirable textbook . and historical issues in the discipline. Using his vast experience as teacher and writer. 9780195683998 2006 PB Rs 230 This textbook is comprehensive. ruthless clarity of style. 9780195616880 1997 Rs 235 (For sale in India only) In this edition the author clarifies the relationship between social anthropology and sociology. M. and research level students and scholars of sociology and social anthropology. Francis Abraham. USA. postgraduate. India and President. 'function'.. and the very subject matter of sociological and its methodological orientations. Sociology 2013 55 .

history.). wildlife protection. and the wider conditions.K. sexuality. it approaches the phenomenon as at once local and global in nature. labour. human rights. this volume explores modernity in the context of South Asia. legal professionals in the field of environment law and issues. and Chair of the Center for South Asia Studies at the University of California.) a development economist. and environmental taxes. religion. sociology. He is also Visiting Professor. 9780198069294 2010 HB Rs 795 Engaging with diverse perspectives on human development. and women's studies. Readership: Students and scholars of environmental law and constitutional of India. It covers all key issues and concepts. Professor. New Delhi. limitations. 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Professor of Sociology and South and Southeast Asia Studies. population studies. Berkeley. practicing psychologists.) is Professor of History at the Centre for Asian and African Studies. He is also Senior Visiting Fellow. at the same time. Probing inherited understandings of modernity. Mexico. Handbook of Psychology in India Girishwar Misra (ed. literature and culture studies. and globalization. Department of Psychology. and NGOs working in related areas. this handbook provides a comprehensive understanding of the development-population linkages.B. and gender justice. climatic change. history. environment and women's movements. Handbook of Muslims in India Empirical and Policy Perspectives Rakesh Basant & Abusaleh Shariff (eds) Foreword by Justice Rajinder Sachar (for detailed blurb. charting novel pathways. National Health Systems Resource Centre. modernity is often simply associated with Western society and culture. It documents how new theories. 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New Delhi. Rajani R. Readership: This Handbook will be of considerable interest to scholars and students of gender studies. Shiva Kumar (ed. development. state officials in pollution control boards. social anthropology. Readership: This book will be of considerable interest to undergraduate and postgraduate students. especially those working on tradition. Combining a variety of disciplines and perspectives. NGOs working on environmental issues. public health practitioners. Handbook of Environmental Law in India P. New Delhi. political science. caste. Readership: Students and scholars of development economics. methodologies. waste management. economics. sociology. policymakers. masculinity.).Handbooks Handbook of Modernity in South Asia Modern Makeovers Saurabh Dube (ed. Mapping prior routes and. 56 Sociology 2013 . 9780198071471 2011 HB This Handbook brings together works by eminent scholars which represent the best of feminist scholarship on India. Institute for Human Development. particularly India. environmental impact assessment. and media and culture studies. the many forms of its expression. media. 9780195698527 2009 HB Rs 895 This handbook presents a critical analysis of the entire range of environmental protection laws in India and their international context. disaster management and rehabilitation.

Readership: This volume will be of interest to pollution control boards.) is Director. With a Foreword by Robin Jeffrey 9780195699418 2009 HB Rs 750 This handbook. Women. Thailand.' . Handbook of Urbanization in India. and activists. the tool used the world over to achieve sustainable development. Readership: Students and scholars of gender studies and labour law. Singh 9780195690491 2007 PB Rs 355 Sociology 2013 57 . advisors to industry. and Case Law Surinder Mediratta Making News Handbook of the Media in Contemporary India Uday Sahay (ed. 2/e K. teachers of journalism and their students too. Nandimath Handbook of Indian Sociology Veena Das (ed.V. Japan. 9780195697360 2008 HB Rs 750 This handbook critically examines India's recently revamped Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) regime. human resources managers. Amitabh Kundu. policymakers in the fields of industry and environment. be it the Indian language press. France. and historical issues in the discipline. set in the background of the gender friendly provisions of the Constitution and international law. and Employment Policies. judges.N. Readership: Senior undergraduate.G. Noorani Economic and Political Weekly Handbook of Environmental Decision Making in India An EIA Model O.' . postgraduate. thematic. environmental activists. advertising or the ever-pressing issue of bias in reportage. and lawyers. It also presents a comparison of relevant laws in India and other countries including China. and research level students and scholars of sociology and social anthropology. B. 9780195684582 2006 PB Rs 250 'This book is a must for all journalists.Sir Mark Tully noted journalist and author ''Not one aspect of significance is overlooked. Sivaramakrishnan. the UK and the USA. professionals. Information and Publicity. law professionals including judges.C. examines how various laws designed to benefit working women have functioned in practice.) 9780195685107 2006 PB Rs 445 This handbook provides students of sociology in India with an understanding of key theoretical. Legislation.A. Government of NCT of Delhi. Issues. It analyses the three significant phases of the legal development of EIA in India.Handbooks Handbook of Law.

and public health. and indeed. and related institutions. civil society organizations. professor. maps. & Jose R. India: Social Development Report 2010 The Land Question and the Marginalized Council for Social Development (CSD) Patterns of Potential Human Progress Volume 1: Reducing Global Poverty Barry B. and other visual presentations of data and forecasts. activists. 58 Sociology 2013 . Hughes & Mohammod T. Hughes. 9780198064213 2010 HB Rs 995 (For sale in South Asia only) Advancing Global Education is the second in a series of volumes that explores prospects for human development-how development appears to be unfolding globally and locally. Solórzano 9780198070672 2010 PB Rs 475 This report presents an in-depth study of the key issues of human and social development. and journalists. tables. Readership: Scholars and students of economics.inspired by the UN Human Development Reports (HDRs). Mumbai: Human Development Report 2009 Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai 9780198066248 2009 PB Rs 595 This is the first. Dale S. Kumar. urban planners and researchers. and how better to ensure that we move it in desired directions. economics. Barry B. gender. Readership: Full of colorful. Irfan. Celicia Mosca Peterson. student. Dickson. and polity. economy. Hughes. thoughtfully designed graphs. Krishna B. Mohammod T. sociology. policy planners. This provocative text is a must read for policymakers around the world. 9781594516405 2009 HB Rs 995 (For sale in South Asia only) This is the first volume in an ambitious new series 'Patterns of Potential Human Progress' . is the focus of this book. and national and international agencies. Readership: With a focus on the goal of inclusive cities in India. administrators and policymakers. Readership: Students and scholars of sociology. healthcare and medical professionals. Rothman & José R. this inaugural volume ensures that the "Patterns of Potential Human Progress" series will become and indispensable resource for every development professional. and concerned government departments and ministries. Rothman. Readership: It will be of interest to administrators and policymakers. NGOs. Solorzano Patterns of Potential Human Progress Volume 2: Advancing Global Education Janet R. The essays present both the challenges as well as some of the innovative solutions that are being tried out in different parts of the country. Irfan 9780198069416 2011 PB Building on the WHO's global disease and risk assessment projects. how we would like it to evolve. Urban Poverty Report 2009 Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation and UNDP 9780198060253 2009 PB Rs 595 The India: Urban Poverty Report 2009 identifies the problems faced by the poor and focuses on the systemic changes that are needed. It analyzes how varying health outcomes affect human growth and development. library. university and institutional libraries. country analyst around the world. Haider Khan. the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and other initiatives to reduce poverty worldwide. and health. It focuses on the land question and the marginalized which have been at the core of the crisis in Indian society. that will aid the city's progress in future. Readership: This volume presents an insightful. global city-level human development report that analyses in-depth various issues such as population. development studies. Randall Kuhn. this volume explores possible health futures till 2060. It looks at the process of globalization and the development strategy in the country. Dale S.Reports Patterns of Potential Human Progress Volume 3: Improving Global Health Barry B. bureaucrats. this report will be an important contribution to the re-evaluation of existing policies and programmes to redress urban poverty. in-depth analysis of the outlook for global education and the implications of a more highly educated population on society. among others. slums. education. as well as various government ministries and departments. and journalists.

and distribution of population in India over the past 60 years. and the media. international development agencies. 9780195696929 2008 PB Rs 445 Displacement by development projects has emerged as a major issue causing widespread concern and demanding immediate attention.Reports India: The State of Population 2007 Alok Ranjan Chaurasia & S. development thinkers and practitioners in South Asia and beyond. and journalists. This situation is unlikely to improve given the pressures of acquiring land for private industry and now the Special Economic Zones (SEZs). industry managers. makes an in-depth study of the levels. it will be a useful primary source and research tool for social scientists. administrators. development planners. MNCs. Gulati India: Social Development Report 2008 Development and Displacement Council for Social Development 9780195698558 2008 PB Rs 545 This Report. The Social Development Report 2008 focuses on the displacement crisis of the Project Affected People who are seldom adequately compensated and resettled. policymakers. South Asia Development and Cooperation Report 2008 Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS) 9780195699425 2008 PB Rs 395 This Report examines the recent trend towards the integration of South Asian economies with the world economy. It advocates development that ensures minimum disruption and a share of its benefits to the affected. the first of its kind. patterns. Readership: Rich in statistical data. business leaders. structure. It reviews the prospects of this global economic integration. Readership: South Asia Development and Cooperation Report is an invaluable resource for policymakers. not only in terms of trade and investment linkages but also in terms of the growing integration of capital markets. bureaucrats. NGOs. trends. and changes in the size. Readership: This Report will be a useful resource for economists. Some 60 million people have been displaced and reduced largely to a state of permanent poverty since independence.C. economists. Sociology 2013 59 . policymakers.

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13................. 47 Chowdhry ................................. 2............................................................................................................................................... 19 Berreman .................. 47 M Madan ......................................... 48 Jodhka .................................................................... 54 Clarke ............................................................................................................................................... 17.................................................. 37 71 Sociology 2013 ................. 46 Bharucha ............................................................................................................................................. 47 Channa .............. 11.......... 44 Biardeau .............. 43..................................... 47 Klingensmith ................ 34 Bama ............... 57 D Das ..................... 59 Chen .................................................................................................................. 31 Kolaskar ................. 54 Bhagavan ................................................ 40 Krishnaswamy ......................... 19 Cohen ......................................... 46 Hughes ....................... 20. 33 Ambai ................................................................................................................................................................ 12............................................... 7..................................................... 49 Chaudhuri ................................ 6........... 50... 15 Bhatt ........................................................................................................................................ 15 Bosshard ................................................................................................................................ 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....... 29 Sen ............................................... 38 Thapan .......... 35.............................................. 24 Sahasranaman .............................................................................................................................................. 5................................. 17 Ray ................................... 39 Srinivasan ........................................................................................................................... 14 Masselos ........................ 58 Petievich ................................. 31 Rao ......... 58 Roy .................... 12................................................ 43 Shah .......................................................................................................... 43 Sociology 2013 ......................................... 3.......................... 22......................................................... 43 Powell ............ 22 Shariff ................................................ 45 Singh ....................................... 43 Vaidehi ............................................................................................................................. 5......... 29 Roth ................................................................................................................................................ 33 Nussbaum ........................................................ 14 Raghuramaraju .. 25............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 23 Merry .................................... 5........................................................................................................................................................ 53 N Nair .......................... 27........................................................................................................ 4 Rustagi ............................................................................................ 2 Parry ..................................................................... 14............................ 43 Sathe ............................. 44 Robinson ................................................................... 47 Menski ................... 56 Sharma ....................... 13............... 13 Nijhawan ........... 34 S Saberwal ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 56 Mitra ........................................ 6... 38 NUEPA ..... 56 Pande ............................................................ 7...................................................................................................................................................... 31. 57 Mehrotra .......... 13 Tilouine .................................................... 11 Tortajada ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 56 Verma ............................ 4....... 19............... 17 Weiner ........... 48 Sabharwal ................................................................................................................................................................................. 31 P Pal .............. 28 Ramaswamy 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8................................................................................... 6 Z Zuhara .......................................................... 58 Solórzano ................... 19................................. 7.. 36 Tiwari .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 39 Shankar .......................................... 45 Malhotra ........................ 30 Rothman ............................................................................................................. 21 Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai ............... 18.......................................... 35 Panda ............... 27.......................................................................... 49 Peacock ........................................................................ 45..................................................... 9 Narayan ............. 16 Robeyns .................. 2 Srivastava ........................................................................................... 54 T Talib ............................................ 6 Tartakov .......................................................................................................................................... 57 Sivaramakrishnan ................................................................... 18 Marglin ....... 14..................................................................................................................... 15 R Radhakrishnan ......... 43.............................. 6................................................................................................ 46......................................................................................................... 5 Raju ..................................................... 29.................................................................................................................................................................... 58 V Vaid ............................ 18 Peterson .............................. 53 Roland ...................................... 17 Vijayakumar . 7 Mukherjee .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 57 Solorzano ............................................................... 8............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 56 Sahay ..................................... 31 Sundaram ......................................................................................... 28......................................... 9 Oommen ........ 6 Mishra .................................................................................. 46 Prakash ............ 59 72 W Webster ........................................................................................................................................ 26................................................ 20 Q Qayum ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5 Quigley .......................................................................... 9 Sagade ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 58 Robb .......................... 42....................................Author Index Mair ...................................................................................................................................... 55 Major ............................................................... 42 Panchmukhi ............................................................. 13.. 37 Sundar ....................... 22 Punathambekar ................................................................................... 42 Mines ........................................ 58 Srinivas .................................................................................................... 53 Sud ...................................................................................................... 10 O Oberoi ............................................... 39 Rangachari .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 25 Y Yazgi ........................................................................................................................................................ 57 Nandy .............................. 47 Mediratta ..... 10............................................................................. 6 Misra ............................................................................................................................................................................... 8 U Uberoi ......................................................................................................................................... 13............................................... 23 Vincent ..................................................................................................................... 51 Ugra' ..................................................................................... 35 Menon ............................................................................................... 9......................................................................... 23 Renu ....................... 57 Samson ........................................................................................................ 25.......................................... 12.............................................................................................................. 5 Park ..................................... 23......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 54 Mathur ............................................................ 14.... 27...................................................................................

............................................................................... 42 Gender and Politics in India ....................................... 47 It's Only Business! ....................................... 33 India: Social Development Report 2008 ................................................................................................................................................. 31............................................................................... 3................................................................. Kinship....................... 2/e .......... 9 J Journeys to Foreign Selves ..... 31.......................................................... 52 An Ambiguous Journey to the City ........................ Hierarchy....................................................................... 50 Historiography of Christianity in India ............................................................................ 2/e .......................................... Caste.................................................................................................... 17 Homo Hierarchicus ........ 21 Fertility Behaviour................................................................................................................................................... 47 Gendered Geographies .. 23 F Facing Globality .............................. 2/e ......... Class and Power.................................................. 37 Affirmative Action in India .............. 13 E Equalizing Access ............ 30 Cornelia Sorabji ............................................................................................ and Marriage in India ................... 21............... 34 Contemporary Sociology. 45 Claiming Power from Below ........................................... 55............ 4 Interrogating Development .................... 8 B B.................................. A Deer ................................................................................ 5 Accommodating Diversity ................................................................................... and Individualism............................................................... 41................................................................... 36 Controlling the Water ..................... 2/e ................................ 11 Freed from Disgrace ............................................... 4.............................................................................. 13.................... 3/e .......................... Invisible Labor .......... and Linkages ........................................................................................ 57 Handbook of Law. 22 Democracy and Its Institutions .............................. 44 Images of the World .... 18 Hindu Law ......................... 18 India's Religions ................................ 57 Handbook of Modernity in South Asia ... 13 Bombay and Mumbai ..... 18 Competing Equalities Law and the Backward Classes ........................................................... Conflicts...... 40 Global Bollywood ................................ 38 Dalit Theology in the Twenty-first Century ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36 Family and Kinship .. 18 Dangerous Sex.......................................................................................... 27.... 49 Caste in History ..................................................... and Other Writings .................. 56 Handbook of Gender ....... 45 In a Minority ......................................... and Employment ................. 3 Diversity........................................................................................................ 31 Contested Hierarchies ................... 24 Chocolate......................... 25..................................... 7 D Dalit Art and Visual Imagery ................................... 24 Hindus of the Himalayas ............................................................................. 21 Blocked by Caste ................... 17 Brass Baja ..... 4.............................................................................................................. 36 Diversities in the Indian Diaspora ................................ 45 Fingerprinting Popular Culture ................................................................................. and Equality ..................................... 44 Caste ................................................................................................................................................... 56 Handbook of Population and Development in India ................................................................... 45 A Pedagogue's Romance . 42........ 28 Born Unfree ..... 30 India Analysed ........................ 28 Gender and Discrimination ..... 10 At Work in the Informal Economy of India .................... 3 Ethnicity and Class ........................................... 31 Capabilities.................................................................................................................... 24 Child Rights in India .................................................................................................................................................................. 5 Culture and Psyche............................ 23...... 47 Gender..................................................... 15 K Knowledge and Society ........... 56 Handbook of Urbanization in India.............................................. 17 Behind the Mask ............................................................................. 12 Exile and Belonging .......... 8 Five Novellas by Women ............. 22 Institutions and Inequalities ........................................... 34 A Very Popular Exile ........ 43 Freedom and Destiny ........................................................................................................................................................ 11..... 9 An Anthropologist Among the Historians and Other Essays ................................................................................................................................ 46 In the Belly of the River ................................................................................................ 19... 9 Antinomies of Society ..................................................... 29 Cultures of Servitude ....................................................................................... 29 India Education Report ....... 56 Handbook of Psychology in India .............................. 43 Forgotten Friends ............................................................................................................... 41 Contested Grounds ................ 29 Justice for the Poor ............................................................. 2/e ........................... 13........................................... 23 Hinduism and Human Rights .......... 43 G Gandhinagar ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... and Maoist Rebell ................... 57 Handbook of Environmental Law in India ....................................................................... 26................................................................................................................. 13 C Can Compensation Prevent Impoverishment? .............................. 56 Handbook of Muslims in India ................... 15 Human Rights and Gender Violence ....... 3........ Ethnic Revival................ 42 Humiliation .................................................................... 23................................................................... 20 Historical Anthropology . 32 In the Shadows of the State ........................... 41 Crooked Stalks ........................................ r/e .......................... 17......................................................... 21 Concerns....................... 58 India: The State of Population 2007 ................................................................................................ 29...... 2.......................................................... 56 Handbook of Indian Sociology ................... Durga Khote ...................................... 3 Caste................................................ 49 India's Unfree Workforce ....................................................... 6 Invented Identities . 54 In a Forest......... 23 Child Marriage in India ................................................... 4.......................................... Women............................................ Identity................................................................................ 5 I I......................................... 4......................................................................................................... 16 An Introduction to Social Anthropology....................... 7............ 25 Family. 9 Ethnonationalism in India .............................. 15 H Handbook of Environmental Decision Making in India ........................................................................ 40 Democracy and Constitutionalism in India ....................................... 59 India's Culture..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 34 Boundaries of Religion .... and Religious Identities ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Eloping Couples ....... 54 Sociology 2013 73 .. 14................................................. 59 India: Social Development Report 2010 ................................................. 15 Contested Secessions ............................................................................................ 8 India's Unfree Workforce of Bondage Old and New ........................................................ 55 Contentious Marriages....................... 13 Challenges to Democracy in India ................................................. 52 Caste........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ and Cohesions ....................................................................................... 55 Anti-Utopia ......................................................... 25......R........ 19............................................................................................................................... 12 Doing Sociology in India ............................................................................................... 51 Family Law .................................... Ambedkar ............................................ 2/e .... 57 Hindu Kingship.......................................................................................................................... Freedom.......................................Title Index A A Constituency Suitable for Ladies ....................

................. 30 Locating Home ............................................................................................................................................................ 32 Sikhism and Women .................. 3/e ................................. 48 Sociology of Education in India ................................................. 7 The Politics of Cultural Practice ................................................................................................ 2.............................................................................. 14 The Context of Ethnicity .... 12 Structure and Transformation ............. 30 Marxism and Class Analysis ........................................................................................ 39 The Future of Secularism ........................................................ 39 Patrons of the Poor ................................................................ 47 Perspectives on Poverty in India ................................................................................................. 18 Modern Sociological Theory ........................................................................................................... 29 The International Law of the Sea .................................................................................................................................................... and Modernity .................. 15 The Essential Sudhir Kakar ......................................... 12 The André Béteille Omnibus ........................................................................... 2 The Oxford India Srinivas ......... 19 Relocating Gender in Sikh History ..................................... 3/e .................... 15 The Long Road to Social Security ....................................... 31 Liberalization............................................................. 2/e ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 28 S Sangati .......... 34 Sexuality Studies ................................................... 6.................................................... 21 Social Movements ................................................................................. Community.. 53 Modern Myths.............................. 36 Rhetoric and Reality ..................................................................................................................................... 25 The Making of the Dalit Public in North India .... 22 The Kamar ................................................................................... 42 Sati ....................... 2/e ........................................................................................................................................................................................Title Index L Labour Bondage in West India ....................................................................................................... 50 Poverty and Social Exclusion in India .......................................... 59 Speaking Truth to Power .......................... 14 Sociology and Anthropology of Economic Life 1 .................................................................................................. Hindu Nationalism and The State ...... 22 Schooling the National Imagination ............ 7................................................................ 20 The City in Action ........................................................................ 29 The Fieldworker and the Field ............ 58 Perpetual Mourning ........................... 45 Political Economy of Production and Reproduction ............. 33 Religion in India ................................. 11....................................... 50 Non-Renunciation ............................................................ 9 Law and Gender Inequality ..................................................................... 12 O Of Poverty and Plastic ............................................................................................................................................... 48 Sociology and Anthropology of Economic Life 2/e ..................... 54 The Concept of Race in South Asia ......................................................... 2/e ................................................. 11 The Naxalites and their Ideology.. 6........................................................................... 46 Remembering Revolution ................. 49 Social Stratification ....................................................................................................................................... 41 Since 1947 ............. 20 The Court and the Constitution of India ..................................................................................................................... 5............................. 2/e ................................................................................................................................... 21... 19 The Hoot Reader ................................................................... 27............................................................................................................... 7................................................. 10 The Remembered Village...................................................... 57 Managing Water in River Basins ................. 6 Off the Beaten Track ......................... 2 The Hinduism Omnibus ............................................... 22 The Jan Breman Omnibus .......... 47 Mumbai: Human Development Report 2009 .......................................................................................................... 35 Living Between Juniper and Palm .................................................................................................... 25 Social Justice.................................................................................................................. 50 Minority Studies ................................... 4 Revolution in Nepal ......................... 5 Mridula Sarabhai .... 14 The Diary of a Maidservant ........................................ 46 Rhythms of Life .......................................................................................... 23 The Dalit Movement in India .............................................................................. 11............................................................. 8 The Juvenile Justice System in India................................................................... 19 Religion at the Service of Nationalism and Other Essays ....................................................................................................... 46 Reversing the Gaze............................................................................................................ 33 R Ramnabami-Natak ........................................................................ 5 Reconstructing the World ................................................................. 29 Retelling the Ramayana ................................. 41 The Poverty Regime in Village India .................... 15 The Politics of Gender........................... 9 Recognizing Diversity ................................. 19............................................................................. 54 Politics in India ................. 10 No Limits ........................................ 11 Sociology at the University of Lucknow ......................................... 8 Life at School .................................. 2/e ....... 5 Patterns of Potential Human Progress ..... 38 The Idea of Natural Inequality and Other Essays .......................................... 31 Outcast Labour in Asia ............. 48 Social Ecology ................................. 43 The Encyclopedia of the Indian Diaspora ................... 16 The Contested Commons ............................................................................................................................................................ 37 Life and Words ........... 9 Legal Grounds ........... 41....................................... and Education ............................. 54 74 Sociology 2013 ................... 53 Shifting Landscapes .......................................... 20...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 33 Sociology of Law .............................. and Jurisprudence In India ......... 49 South Asia Development and Cooperation Report 2008 ............................................................... 44 Reaching Out to the Child ............... 37 Restoring Mental Health in India ........................................ 8 Social Conflict.................................... 17.................................................................................................................................... 22................................... 18 Structure And Cognition...... 8 Ripping The Fabric ......................................................................................................................................... 20 T Tamil Oratory and the Dravidian Aesthetic ......................................... 50 Social Exclusion and Adverse Inclusion Development ............................................................. 40.................................. 58 N Network Power .. 34......................... 2/e ....... 47 'One Valley and a Thousand' ........ 37 The Oxford India Companion to Sociology and Social Anthropology . 26 P Pathways ................. 50 Sociology......................................................................................................................................... Public Law........................................................ 54 Measuring Empowerment ............................................................................... 27 The Christians of Kerala ................................... 10 The Inner and Outer Selves ................................................................................ 11......................................................................................................................................................................................... 44 Scaling Justice .............................. 45 Methodology and Fieldwork .......................... Community.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9.......................................................................................................................................... (Revised Edition) ...................................................................................................................... 7 No Aging in India ................................................................................................................... Locked Minds............................... 26 PROBE Revisited ................ 3..................... 55 Modernity in Indian Social Theory ........................................... 51 Religious Conversion in India .............. 30 The Inner World.................. 26 Pious Flames ...... 27 The Quality of Life ....................................................................................................................................................... 4 The Battle for Employment Guarantee .................. 7 Subalterns and Sovereigns.......... 24 Learning to Forget .................................................................. 53 Nomadism in South Asia ...................................3/e ......................... 17.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 47 Religion................... 8 The Promise of the Metropolis .................................................................................... 14 M Making News ........................

................................................................................N............................................... 6 U Unequal Citizens ..................................................... 27.................................................................... 43 Who Goes to School? ................. 35 Universities at the Crossroads ................................... 49 Urbanization and Urban Systems in India .................................................. 15 The Sociology of Formal Organizations ......................................................................................... 42 Village Matters ....................... 31 We Are Poor But So Many ........................ 43 Women and Society ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Martyrdom and Partition ................. 40 Women and Law in India ................................ 33 Women and Girls in the Hindi Public Sphere ...................... 28 Sociology 2013 75 ............................... 46 W Water Resources of the Indian Subcontinent ................................. Education and Politics ....................................................................... City of Hope ... 19 The Sherpa of Khumbu ........................................ 47 Women and Science in India ............................................................... 23 Transnational South Asians ................................................................................................................................................................................. 34 Urban Poverty Report 2009 ......... 44 When Men Speak as Women ......................................................................... 40 Women..... 49 The T.................................................................................................................Title Index The Renewal of Priesthood .................................................................................................. 44 Traditional Futures ....... 35.......................................................................................................... 46 Universalizing Elementary Education In India ..................................................................... 50 Theatre of Conflict....................... 14....................................................... 6 Violence............................ 46 Writing Labour ..... Madan Omnibus ................................................................................................... 17 The Veiled Women .................................................................... 27 Three Sides of Life ............................................................................................ 24................................. 47 The Village in India ........................................ 58 Urban Studies .......... 42 Visualizing Indian Women ..................................... 14 V Vanmam .................................................................................................

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