Advanced Centre for Women's Studies

Publications


Dr. Asha Achuthan

  • Feminist Science Studies: Intersectional Narratives of Persons in Gender-Marginal Locations in Science, Economic and Political Weekly, 52 (17), 33–36, 2017. (co-author) [ISBN: 2349-8846]
  • Feminism and Science: Present-Day Notes for a Feminist Standpoint Epistemology. In S. Krishna and G. Chadha (Eds.), Feminists and Science: Critiques and Changing Practices in India, Vol. 2, New Delhi: Sage Publications India Pvt. Ltd., 2017. [ISBN: 978-93-81345-19-1]
  • “Integration and Interdisciplinarity: some thoughts on an experiment”, in Dhar, Anup, Tejaswini Niranjana, and K. Sridhar. Breaking the silo: integrated science education in India. Orient Blackswan Private Limited, 2017.
  • “Health, New Technologies and Bioethics”, in Dhar, Anup, Tejaswini Niranjana, and K. Sridhar. Breaking the silo: integrated science education in India. Orient Blackswan Private Limited, 2017.
  • Where Are We With The Body? Questions Between Domains and Philosophies, Indian Philosophical Quarterly, 4 (1-4), 2014.
  • Book Review: Gender Journeys, The Book Review,40 (7), 2016.
  • Book Review: Politics of the Womb, Economic and Political Weekly, 51 (26-27), 39-42, 2016

Dr. Bindhulakshmi P.

  • Making Sense of Legality: Everyday Resistance and Survival Tactics by Undocumented Indian Female Domestic Workers in the United Arabic Emirates. In J. Nowak, M. Dutta, and P. Birke (Eds.), Workers’ Movements and Strikes in the Twenty-First Century: A Global Perspective, UK: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2018. [ISBN: 978-1786604040]
  • Book Review: Reconfiguring Reproduction: Feminist Health Perspectives on Assisted Reproductive Technologies, The Book Review, 40 (7), 320, 2016. [ISSN:81-88434-01-9]
  • Disability, Exclusions, and the Maintenance of Corporeal Norms, https://cafedissensus.com /2016/08/14/disability-exclusions-and- the-maintenance-of-corporeal-norms/, Issue 28, August 2016.
  • Experience as ‘Expert’ Knowledge: A Critical Understanding of Survivor Research in Mental Health, Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology, 23 (3/4), 203–205, 2016. [ISSN: 1086-3303]

Prof. Ilina Sen

  • Lila Mazumdar: Her Life and Times. In M. Bhowmik (Ed.), Amader Liladi (Bangla). Kolkata: Karigar, 2017
  • Religion and Gender: Creation of Gendered Citizens through the Institution of Religion (A reader in Hindi), Wardha University: Rajkamal, 2017. (co-editor)

Prof. Meena Gopal

  • Educational Attributes of Informal Labour: Exploring Women Beedi Workers’ Struggles in South Tamil Nadu, Quest in Education, 42 (4), 2–10, 2017. [ISSN: 0048-6434]
  • Against the Grain: Indian Women Negotiate Land, Labour and Livelihoods in the New Millennium. In B. Fernandez, M. Gopal and O. Ruthven (Eds.), Land, Labour and Livelihoods: Indian Women’s Perspectives, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. (co-author)
  • Land, Labour and Livelihoods: Indian Women’s Perspectives, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. (co-editor).
  • Traditional Knowledge and Feminist Dilemmas: Experience of the Midwives of the Barber Caste of South Tamil Nadu. In S. Krishna and G. Chadha (Eds.), Feminists and Science: Critiques and Changing Practices in India, Vol. 2, New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2017. [ISBN: 978-93-81345-19-1]

Dr. Sangita Thosar

  • Dr. Ambedkarwa Hindu Code Bil: Punerdrishtikshep. In. P. Vithal and N. Kumbhar (Eds.), Sarwadarshi Dr. Babsaheb Ambedkar, Pune:Daimand Publication, 2016. [ISBN: 978-81-8483-697-4]

Dr. Sujata Chavan

  • Legal Education to Women in India, Quest in Education, 42 (4), 27–41, 2017. [ISSN: 0048-6434]
  • Migration and Health Care, The Urban World, 10 (4), 8–12, 2017. [ISSN: 2349-0241]
  • Vachadosh, http://www.esahity.com/uploads/5/0/1/2/501218/vachadosh_sujata_chavan.pdf, Thane: E Sahitya Pratishthan, Oct. 16, 2017.
  • Sankalan Anubhavache, http://www.esahity.com/uploads/5/0/1/2/501218/sankalan_sujata_chavan.pdf, Thane: E Sahitya Pratishthan, Jan. 16, 2018.
  • Trainer’s Manual on Communication Skills, New Delhi: Studium Press, 2018. [ISBN: 978-93-85046-17-9]
  • Badaltya Samajatil Kutumb Nyayalaye, Purush Spandane (Special Issue), October, 123–126, 2016.
  • Family Court, Mumbai: Echasty, 2016.
  • Khau Anande, Mumbai: Echasty, 2016. (co-author)
  • Prasar Madhyamatil Stree chi Pratima, Prerak Lalkari, Aug. 8, 19–20, 2016.
  • Custody of Children in Matrimonial Litigations, New Delhi: Studium Press, 2017. [ISBN: 978-98-80012-95]
  • Relation Between Language and Culture among Sonar in Maharashtra, Scholars World (Special Issue), 16–20, 2017. [ISSN: 2320-3145]
  • Schrizoid Society, Pratibimb, 21, 119, 2017.

Prof. Vibhuti Patel

  • All Personal Laws in India are Discriminatory, Livemint, https://www.livemint.com/Opinion/Cn69qE9pQClmtQzzvw1oVP/All- personal-laws-in-India-are-discriminatory.html, Aug. 22, 2017.
  • Constitution of India and Legal Rights of Women, Concept, 2 (2), 2017. [ISSN: 2394-8922]
  • Development Economists Need to be Interdisciplinary in their Thinking, Social Change, 47 (3), DOI: 10.1177/0049085717715555, 442–446, 2017. [ISSN: 0049-0857]
  • Development of Tourism Infrastructure in Maharashtra, Maharashtra Economic Development Council Monthly Economic Digest, 46 (4), 14–18, 2017. [ISSN: 2456-2457]
  • Development of Tourism Infrastructure in Maharashtra, The Urban World, 10 (4), 1–7, 2017. [ISSN: 2349-0241]
  • Feminism, Multiculturalism and Virtual Communities. In R. Trivedi and J. Palit (Eds.), Reimagining the Text: English Studies and Digital Humanities, Mumbai: Maniben Nanavati College for Women, 2017. [ISBN: 978-81-931585-6-2]
  • Food Price Volatility, Maharashtra Economic Development Council Monthly Economic Digest, 46 (10), 24–26, 2017. [ISSN: 2456-2457]
  • Gender Responsive Budget Expectations, Maharashtra Economic Development Council Monthly Economic Digest, 47 (1), 28–32, 2017. [ISSN: 2456-2457]
  • Gender Perspective on Education and Peace, Quest in Education, 41 (3), 11–33, 2017. [ISSN: 0048-6434]
  • Gujarati Bhasha ane Avatikaal, Prabuddha Jeevan (Gujarati), 5 (7), 19–20, 2017.
  • Safe Cities and Gender Budgeting, Research Horizons, 7 (1), 22–28, 2017. [ISSN: 2229-385X]
  • The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 5: Achieve Gender Equality and Empower All Women and Girls, The Urban World, 10 (3), 1–7, 2017. [ISSN: 2349-0241]
  • Union Budget 2017–18: A Gender Analysis, Maharashtra Economic Development Council Monthly Economic Digest, 46 (5), 27–30, 2017. [ISSN: 2456-2457]
  • Urdhva Mula, 10, April 2017. (co-editor) [ISSN: 2277-7954]
  • Sexual Harassment at Workplace, Prajnya Archives Bulletin, 4 (1), 19–20, 2017.
  • Strategy of Working with Men to Partner for Change. In Workbook on Violence Against Women, Delhi: Young Women Christian Association, 2017.
  • The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 5: Achieve Gender Equality and Empower All Women and Girls, International Journal of Interdisciplinary Knowledge, 1 (5), 1–7, 2017. [ISSN: 2394-0018]
  • Featured Story: Gender in Budget ’18: An Interview with Dr. Vibhuti Patel, Guftagu Newsletter, 1–2, Feb. 2018.
  • Government Policies for Development of Women through the Lens of Gender Audit of Budgets in India. In D.B. Bhamare (Ed.), Women Participation in Development of Business and Economy, Pune: Dr. Sudhakar Jadhavar Arts, Commerce & Science College, 2018. [ISBN: 978-93-87317-13-0]
  • Indian Economy and Food Price Volatility, JANATA, 73 (1), 44–46, 2018.
  • Satyagraha as a Peaceful Method of Conflict Resolution, DocGo, https://docgo.net/philosophy-of-money.html?utm_source=satyagraha- as-a-peaceful-method-of-conflict-resolution-by-prof-dr-vibhuti-patel, Mar. 16, 2018.
  • Union Budget 2018–19: A Gender Analysis, JANATA, 73 (12), 18–20, 2018.

Dr. Zeba Imam

  • Religion and Gender: Creation of Gendered Citizens through the Institution of Religion (A reader in Hindi), Wardha University: Rajkamal,2017. (co-editor)