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Humanities & Education
  • (2016), Stefi Barna, "Sustainability in Higher Education for the Global South: A Conversation across Geographies and Disciplines", Sustentabilidade em Debate - Brasília, v. 7, n. 1, p. 156-173 (with Seema Purushothaman, Chitra Ravi, Harini Nagendra, Manu Mathai, Seema Mundoli, Gladwin Joseph, Nandan Nawn, Radha Gopalan, Marcel Bursztyn, Martina Padmanabhan, Sally Duncan, Ruth S DeFries).
Science
  • (2016), Divya Uma, ‘Similar yet different: differential response of a praying mantis to ant-mimicking spiders’. Biological Journal of Linnean Society (with Aparajitha Ramesh, Sajesh Vijayan, Sreethin Sreedharan, Hema Somanathan).
  • (2016), Jayanti Ray-Mukherjee, 'How to build science-action partnerships for local land-use planning and management: lessons from South Africa, Durban' (with Cockburn et al.) Ecology and Society 21: 28-49.
  • (2016), Kripa Gowrishankar, ‘Nonequilibrium phase transitions, fluctuations and correlations in an active contractile polar fluid’, Soft Matter, 12, 2040-2046 (with Madan Rao).
Social Science
  • (2016), Ajit Sinha, A Revolution in Economic Theory: The Economics of Piero Sraffa, Palgrave Macmillan.
  • (2016), Kade Finoff, ‘Gender Disparity in Access to the Rwandan Mutual Heath Insurance Scheme’, Feminist Economics, vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 26-50.
Humanities & Education
  • (2015), Srinivas S.V., Guest editor, Special issue on Regional Cinemas of India, BioScope: South Asian Screen Studies, 6.2.
  • (2015), Srinivas S.V., “Maoism to Mass Culture: Notes on Telangana’s Cultural Turn.” BioScope: South Asian Screen Studies, 6.2. Special issue on Regional Cinemas of India.
  • (2015), Stefi Barna "Human Health and the Global Environment" in Nicholson, McKimm and Allen Global Health. Sage Publishing, London (with Jason Horseley and Sarah Walpole).
  • (2015), Stefi Barna "Climate Change, Long-Term Conditions and Sustainable Healthcare" in Nicholson, McKimm and Allen Global Health. Sage Publishing, London (with Sarah Walpole).
  • (2015), Stefi Barna 'Challenges to professionalism: Social accountability and global environmental change', (with Pearson D. & Walpole S.), Medical Teacher, June.
  • (2015), Sunandan K. N., "From Acharam to Knowledge: Claims of Caste Dominance in Twentieth Century Malabar," History and Sociology of South Asia, 9(2) 174-192.
Science
  • (2015), Divya Uma, Long-term behavioural consistency in prey capture but not in web maintenance in a social spider, (with Thejasvi Beleyur and Hema Somanathan), Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology.
  • (2015), Jayanti Ray-Mukherjee, ‘Contrasting mechanism of recovery from defoliation in two Intermountain-native bunchgrasses’. (with Jones, T.A., Adler, P. B., and Monaco, T. A.) Rangeland Ecology and Management 68: 485-493.
  • (2015), Kripa Gowrishankar, ‘Active remodeling of chromatin and implications for in-vivo folding’, arXiv:1510.04157 [physics.bio-ph] (with N. Ramakrishnan, Lakshmi Kuttippurathu, P. B. Sunil Kumar, and Madan Rao).
  • (2015), Shomen Mukherjee, ‘Behavioral responses during feather replacement in house sparrows’. Journal of Avian Biology. (with Ben-Hamo, M. , Burns, D. J., Bauchinger, U., Embar, K., and B. Pinshow).
  • (2015), Sravanti Uppaluri, ‘A size threshold governs Caenorhabditis elegans developmental progression’. Proceedings of the Royal Society (with Brangwynne CP).
  • (2015), Sravanti Uppaluri, ‘Worms under pressure: bulk mechanical properties of C. elegans are independent of the cuticle’. Biophysical Journal. 108(8):1887-98 (with Gilpin W and Brangwynne CP). [This is a work with an Undergraduate Mentee.]
  • (2015), Sravanti Uppaluri, ‘Microfluidics-based single cell analysis reveals drug-dependent motility changes in trypanosomes’. Lab Chip (15):1961-1968 (with Hochstetter A, Stellamanns E, Deshpande S, Engstler M, and Pfohl T).
Social Science
  • (2015), Ajit Sinha, ‘A Reflection on the Samuelson-Garegnani Debate’, Economic Thought, October.
  • (2015), Ajit Sinha, ‘Sraffa’s Contribution to the Methodology of Economics’, Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics. 27(1), pp. 33-48.
  • (2015), Alex Thomas, ‘Economic Survey 2014-15: Growth Policy and Theory’, Economic & Political Weekly, vol. L, no. 32, pp. 62-65.
  • (2015), Alex Thomas, [Review of S. R. Khan’s A History of Development Economics Thought], History of Economics Review, July.
  • (2015), Alex Thomas, ‘On Interest, Investment and Economic Growth’, (with L. Walling), Economic & Political Weekly, vol. L, no. 17, pp. 125-6.
  • (2015), Anindita Bhattacharya, ‘Experiences of Individuals Suffering from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: A Qualitative Study’, (with Singh, A. R.) The Qualitative Report, 20(7), 959-981.
  • (2015), Arjun Jayadev, ‘Loose money, high rates: interest rate spreads in historical perspective’, (with J. W. Mason), Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, September.
  • (2015), Kade Finnoff, “Marriage Migration in India 1983 – 2008”, (with Smriti Rao). Population and Development Review, Vol. 41(3).
  • (2015), Rahul De, Regimes of Accumulation in Independent India, PhD thesis, supervised by V. Vamsicharan, University of Hyderabad.
Humanities & Education
  • (2014), Stefi Barna, ‘Learning objectives for sustainable health care’, (with Thompson, T, Walpole, S, Braithwaite, I, Inman, & A, Mortimer, F). The Lancet, 29 Nov.
  • (2014), Tarangini Sriraman, ‘A Petition-like Application? Rhetoric and Rationing Documents in Wartime Delhi, 1941-45’ Indian Economic and Social History Review, 51 (3), pp.353-382.
Science
  • (2014), Jayanti Ray-Mukherjee, ‘Using commonality analysis in multiple regressions: a tool to decompose regression effects in the face of multicollinearity’, (with Nimon, K., Mukherjee, S., Morris, D. W., Slotow, R., and Hammer, M.) Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5:320-328.
  • (2014), Jayanti Ray-Mukherjee, ‘Functional traits explain variation in plant life history strategies’, (with Alder, P. B., Salgero-Gomez, R., Compagnoni, A., Hsu, J., Mbeau-Ache, C., and Franco, M.) Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences 111: 740-745.
  • (2014), Shomen Mukherjee, ‘Using commonality analysis in multiple regressions: a tool to decompose regression effects in the face of multicollinearity’. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5:320-328 (with Ray-Mukherjee, J., Nimon, K., Morris, D. W., Slotow, R. and M. Hamer).
  • (2014), Shomen Mukherjee, ‘Perceived risk of predation affects life-history responses in Gambusia holbrooki but not in Heterandria formosa’. PLoS ONE 9(2), (with Heithaus, M., Trexler, J., Mukherjee, J. R. and J. Vaudo).
  • (2014), Shomen Mukherjee, ‘What do predators really want? The role of prey energetic state in determining prey choice by barn owls’. Ecology  95: 280-285, (with Embar, K., and B. P. Kotler).
  • (2014), Sravanti Uppaluri, ‘Optical trapping reveals propulsion forces, power generation and motility efficiency of the unicellular parasites’, Sci Rep. (with Stellamanns E, Hochstetter A, Heddergott N, Engstler M, and Pfohl T).
  • (2014), Sri Ram, ‘Exploiting extension bias in polymerase chain reaction to improve primer specificity in ensembles of nearly identical DNA templates’. Environ. Microbiol. 16(5), 1354–1365 (with Wright, E. S., Yilmaz, L. S., Gasser, J. M., Harrington, G. W. and Noguera, D. R.).
Social Science
  • (2014), Ajit Sinha, ‘On Marx’s law of the falling rate of profit: disentangling some entangled variables’, Review of Radical Political Economics, 46(2), pp. 184-89.
  • (2014), Ajit Sinha, ‘A New Perspective on Sraffa’ in Towards a New Understanding of Sraffa: Insights from Archival Research (eds.) Riccardo Bellofiore and Scott Carter, Palgrave, 2014, pp. 81-93.
  • (2014), Alex Thomas, '(Mis)understanding economic growth and development', Book reviews, ISBinsight, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 59-60. [Review of An Uncertain Glory: India and its Contradictions by J. Dréze & A. Sen and Why Growth Matters: How Economic Growth in India Reduced Poverty and the Lessons for Other Developing Countries by J. Bhagwati & A. Panagariya]
  • (2014), Anindita Bhattacharya, ‘Personal Growth Initiative Scale: How does it perform in Indian youth samples’, (with Mehrotra, S.), Journal of Indian Academy of Applied Psychology 01/2014; 40(1):121-128.
  • (2014), Kade Finnoff, “Rethinking Labor Market Policy: Alternative Manifestos”, (with Arjun Jayadev). Development and Change, Vol. 45(5).
Humanities & Education
  • (2013), S.V. Srinivas, Politics as Performance: A Social History of the Telugu Cinema. Permanent Black.
  • (2013), Srinivas S.V., “Rajnikant in Japan: Indian Superstardom and Low Value Markets.” Special section on Asian Culture Industries, Inter Asia Cultural Studies, vol. 14, no.4.
  • (2013), Srinivas S.V., “Whistling Fans: Reflections on the Sociology, Politics and Performativity of an Excessively Active Audience.” In Ravi Sundaram (ed.) No Limits: Media Studies from India. Oxford University Press, New Delhi, pp. 224-255.
  • (2013), Srinivas S.V., “Caste-Class.” English translation of excerpts from Telugu book by Bojja Tarakam, Kulam-Vargam. In K. Satyanarayana and Susie Tharu (eds.), Steel Nibs are Sprouting: New Dalit Writing from South India, Dossier 2: Kannada and Telugu. Harper Collins, New Delhi, pp. 461-467.
  • (2013), Srinivas S.V., “Dalit Movement, Dalit Literary Movement.” English translation of Telugu text by Kalekuri Prasad, “Dalita Udyamam, Dalita Sahityoddamam.” In K. Satyanarayana and Susie Tharu (eds.), Steel Nibs are Sprouting: New Dalit Writing from South India, Dossier 2: Kannada and Telugu. Harper Collins, New Delhi, pp. 604-621.
  • (2013), Tarangini Sriraman, ‘Assault and Assuage: Identification Documents, Colonial Rationalities and Epidemic Control in British India’ in Nivedita Menon, Aditya Nigam and Sanjay Palshikar (eds.), Critical Studies in Politics: Exploring Sites, Selves, Power, Delhi: Orient Blackswan, pp. 271-318.
  • (2013), Tarangini Sriraman, ‘Enumeration as “Pedagogic Process”: Gendered Encounters with Identity Documents in Delhi’s Urban Poor Spaces’, South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal, 8.
  • (2013), Tarangini Sriraman, ‘The Fault-Lines of Informality: Documented Claims to Entitlement in Delhi’s Urban Poor Spaces’, Rethinking the Urban – 2, Conference Proceedings Book, Istanbul: Dakam Publishing, 2013, pp. 210-224.
  • (2013), Tarangini Sriraman, ‘Feeling the Rules: Documentary Practices of Rationing and the ‘Signature’ of the Official’, Contributions to Indian Sociology, 47 (35), pp. 335-361.
  • (2013), Tarangini Sriraman, Book Review, Studies in Indian Politics, inaugural issue, 1(1), pp.119-120. Review of ‘Red Tape: Bureaucracy, Structural Violence and Poverty in India’ by Akhil Gupta, New Delhi: Orient Blackswan, 2012.
Science
  • (2013), Divya Uma, ‘Double deception: ant mimicking spiders fool both visually- and chemically-oriented predators’, (with C. Durkee, G. Herzner, & M. R. Weiss), PLoS ONE 8(11).
  • (2013), Jayanti Ray-Mukherjee, ‘Crows and roads: observations on the traffic behavior of crows’, (with Mukherjee, S., and Sarabia, R.), Canadian Field Naturalist 127: 229-233
  • (2013), Shomen Mukherjee, ‘Crows and roads: observations on the traffic behavior of crows’. Canadian Field Naturalist 127: 229-233, (with Mukherjee, J. R. and R. Sarabia).
  • (2013), Shomen Mukherjee, ‘Dangerous prey and daring predators: a review’. Biological Reviews 88: 550-563, (with M. Heithaus).
  • (2013), Sri Ram, ‘The architecture of a prototypical bacterial signaling circuit enables a single point mutation to confer novel network properties’. PLoS Genet. 9(8), (with Goulian, M).
Social Science
  • (2013), Ajit Sinha, ‘The New Interpretation of Sraffa’s Prices: A Response to Heinz Kurz’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 37(6), pp. 1449-1453.
  • (2013), Anindita Bhattacharya, ‘The journey of personal growth: A qualitative exploration of personal growth processes in young adulthood’, (with Mehrotra, S.), Psychological Studies.
  • (2013), Anindita Bhattacharya, ‘Intentional Self Development : A Relatively Ignored Construct’, (with Gupta, C., & Mehrotra, S.), Journal of Indian Association of Applied Psychology, 39(1), 18-25.
  • (2013), Rahul De, “Growth and Distribution Regimes in India after Independence” (with Vakulabharanam, V), World Economics Association Online Conference: Inequalities in Asia, 12th May-8th June.
Humanities & Education
  • (2012), Sharmadip Basu, "Between Rock and a Hard place: Cultural politics of 1970s rock music in Calcutta." South Asian Popular Culture 10, no. 3 (2012): 285-294.
  • (2011), Tarangini Sriraman, ‘Revisiting Welfare: Ration Card Narratives in India’, Special Article, Economic and Political Weekly, 46 (38), pp. 52-59.
  • (2009), Tarangini Sriraman, Book Review, Surveillance and Society, 7(1), 2009, pp. 87-89. Review of ‘Playing the Identity Card: Surveillance, Security and Identification in Global Perspective’ edited by Colin J.Bennett and David Lyon, London: Routledge, 2008.
  • (2008), Sharmadip Basu, “When Sang the Hybrid Muse?: ‘Fusion’ Music in Late-Eighteenth Century India.” In Of Matters Modern: Experience of Modernity in Colonial and Postcolonial South Asia, edited by Debraj Bhattacharya, 18-77. Calcutta: Seagull Books, 2008.
  • (2008), Tarangini Sriraman, Book Review, Refugee Watch, 32, pp. 121-124. Review of ‘Gender, Conflict and Migration’, Vol. 3, edited by Navnita Chadha Behera, Series Editor, Meenakshi Thapan, New Delhi, Thousand Oaks and London: Sage Publications, 2006.
  • (2006), Sonali Barua, "'Truth Is, At the Moment, Here': Adrienne Rich and the Ghazal". Reorienting Orientalism. Ed. Chandreyee Niyogi. Sage and Thousand Oaks: New Delhi and London, 2006, 102-115.
Science
  • (2012), Jayanti Ray-Mukherjee, ‘A broad spectrum of molecular approaches in conservation and management’, (with vonWettberg, E.) Ecology 92: 1377.
  • (2012), Kripa Gowrishankar, "Active remodeling of cortical actin regulates spatiotemporal organization of cell surface molecules", (with Ghosh S, Mayor S and Rao M), Cell, 149, pp. 1353-1367.
  • (2012), Sravanti Uppaluri, Trypanosome Motion Represents an Adaptation to the Crowded Environment of the Vertebrate Bloodstream. PLoS Pathogens 8(11): e1003023 (with Heddergott N, Krueger N, Wei A, Stellamanns E, Pfohl T, Engstler M).
  • (2012), Sravanti Uppaluri, Flow loading induces oscillatory trajectories in bloodstream parasites. Biophysical Journal. 103(6):1162-9 (with Heddergott N, Stellamanns E, Herminghaus S, Engstler M, Pfohl T).
  • (2011), Kripa Gowrishankar, "Spatiotemporal regulation of chemical reactions by active cytoskeletal remodelling", (with Mayor S and Rao M), PNAS, 108, 14825-14830.
  • (2011), Shantha Bhushan, ‘Knot Theory in understanding proteins’. Journal of Mathematical Biology. Nov (with Rama Mishra).
  • (2011), Sravanti Uppaluri, Impact of microscopic motility on the swimming behaviour of parasites: stiffer trypanosomes are more directional. PLoS Computational Biology, 7(6): e1002058, Featured article (with , Nagler J, Stellamanns E, Heddergott N, Herminghaus S, Engstler M, Pfohl T).
  • (2011), Sravanti Uppaluri, Langevin dynamics deciphers the motility pattern of swimming parasites". Physical Review Letters, 20(106):208103 (with Zaburdaev V, Friedrich R, Engstler M, Pfohl T, Stark H).
  • (2008), Proteep Mallik, Absolute Calibration of Null Correctors Using Dual Computer-generated Holograms, (with others), Proc of SPIE.
  • (2007), Proteep Mallik, Measurement of a 2-meter Flat Using a Pentaprism Scanning System, (with others), Opt. Eng., 46(2).
  • (2003), Proteep Mallik, Design and Testing of a Dynamic Refocus System for Rayleigh Laser Beacons, (with J. Georges), Proc. of SPIE 4839, pg. 473-83.
Social Science
  • (2012), Ajit Sinha, ‘Listen to Sraffa’s Silences: A New Interpretation of Sraffa’s Production of Commodities’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 36(6), pp. 1323-1339.
  • (2012), Kade Finnoff, “Female Employment and Intimate Partner Violence in Rwanda”, The Economics of Peace and Security Journal, Vol. 7(2).
  • (2012), Rahul De, “If the US Sneezes, India need not Catch a Cold’: Representations of the 2008 Global Financial Crisis in Indian Print Media”, Journal of Creative Communication, SAGE: Ahmedabad, India. Vol 7, Numbers 1 & 2, March and July.
  • (2011), Ajit Sinha, Book review of Banerjee, A.V. and Esther Duflo. 2011. Poor Economics: A Radical Rethinking of the Way to Fight Global Poverty, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XLVI (52), December 24, pp. 33-35.
  • (2011), Anindita Bhattacharya, ‘Meaning in Life: A Qualitative Inquiry into the Life of Young Adults’. Psychological studies, 56 (3): 280-288.
  • (2010), Ajit Sinha, Theories of Value from Adam Smith to Piero Sraffa, Routledge, pp. 375.
  • (2010), Ajit Sinha, ‘Celebrating 50 years of Sraffa’s Production of Commodities by Means of Commodities’, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XLV, No. 42, October 16, pp. 61-65.
  • (2005), Kade Finnoff, “By What Measure? Family Time Devoted to Children in the United States”, (with Nancy Folbre, Jayoung Yoon and Alison Fugli). Demography, Vol. 42(2).


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