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Recent Publications by Centre Faculty

 

Dr. Asha Achuthan [ View Full Profile ]

  • 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. [ View Full Profile ]

  • Gender, Mental Illness and the Everyday: Understanding the Interface of Psychiatry with the Lives of Women Diagnosed as Mentally Ill. In G. Chadha and M.T. Joseph (Eds.), Re-Imagining Sociology in India: Feminist Perspectives, New Delhi: Routledge, 2018. [ISBN: 978- 113-8363-65-6]
  • Mobility, Accessibility, and Inclusion: Spatial Politics of Gendered Migrant Domestic Labour. In S.I. Rajan and N. Neetha (Eds.), Migration, Gender and Care Economy, New Delhi: Routledge, 2018. [ISBN: 978-113-8063-67-9]

Prof. Meena Gopal [ View Full Profile ]

  • Change and the Status Quo in Home-Based Industry in South Tamil Nadu, India: Women Beedi Workers Confront Shifts in the Organization of Labor and Capital. In B. English, M.E. Frederickson, and O. Sanmiguel-Valderrama (Eds.), Global Women’s Work: Perspectives on Gender and Work in the Global Economy, US: Routledge, 2018. [ISBN: 978-113-8036-58-1]
  • Book Review: Labouring over Sex Work: Review of The Gendered Proletariat: Sex Work, Workers’ Movement and Agency by Swati Ghosh, Economic and Political Weekly, 54 (13), 21–24, 2019.
  • Towards Greater Civility: Public Morality and Transversal Queer/Feminist Politics in India, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, doi: 10.1080/00856401.2019.1583815, 2019. [ISSN: 1479–0270]

Dr. Sangita Thosar [ View Full Profile ]

  • 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 [ View Full Profile ]
  • Hirkani, http://www.esahity.com/uploads/5/0/1/2/501218/hirkani_sujata_chavan.pdf, Mumbai: E Sahitya Pratishthan, Mar. 8, 2019.

Prof. Vibhuti Patel [ View Full Profile ]

  • Bharat me Rajnaitik Naarivad: Kartao, Vimarshi aur Rannitiyon ka Vishleshan (Hindi), Delhi: Freidrich Ebert Stifting, 2018.
  • Evidence Based Inputs for Gender Responsive Budget for the Financial Year 2018–19, The Urban World, 11 (1), 10–17, 2018. [ISSN: 2349-0241]
  • For ‘Paper Dolls’ and ‘Puppets’: When Women Write. In R.P. Trivedi (Ed.), Interrogating Patriarchy: Essays on Contemporary Women Poets of India, Delhi: Sophia Centre for Women’s Studies & Research, 2018. [ISBN: 978-938-8332-24-8]
  • Gender, Health and Climate Change, Health Action, 31 (8), 9–15, 2018.
  • Higher Order Thinking Skills & Women Empowerment: A Gandhian Perspective, Ajanta: International Multidisciplinary Quarterly Research Journal, 7 (3), 6–25, 2018. [ISSN: 2277-5730]
  • Mahila Sashaktikaran aur Uccha Shiksha, Manjari (Hindi), 7 (14), 12–13, 2018.
  • Mahilaaon Ke Makaan aur Jameen Se Jude Adhikaar, Hum Sabala by Jagori, 4–7, 2018.
  • Socio-economic Profile of Muslim Women in Maharashtra. In A.U. Khan and A.A. Akhtar (Eds.), Vision 2025 Socio Economic Inequalities: Why does India’s Economic Growth Need an Inclusive Agenda, Delhi: Genuine Publications & Media, 2018. [ISBN: 978- 938-9965-74-2]
  • Urban Women and Mental Health, The Urban World, 11 (3), 10–20, 2018. [ISSN: 2349-0241]
  • Women’s Studies in Praxis: Dr. Neera Desai’s Contribution Towards Developmental Work for Rural Women in Udwada, South Gujarat, Indian Journal of Gender Studies, 25 (2), 256–280, 2018. [ISSN: 0971-5215]
  • Achieve Gender Equality and Empower All Women and Girls: Sustainable Development Goal 5, Health Action, 32 (4), 12–16, 2019.
  • Bharat Ma Rajnaitik Nariwad: Kartao, Charchao ane Vyuharachanaonu Vishleshan (Gujarati), Surat: Centre for Social Studies, 2019.
  • Ecofeminists and Climate Change. In V. Premkumar, K. Desai and A. Warty (Eds.), Reweaving Terra Mater: Women, Ecology and Livelihood, Mumbai: Mithibai College, 2019. [ISBN: 978-935-3465-11-7]
  • Gandhiji and Empowerment of Women, Janata Weekly (Special Number for The Republic Day), 74 (53), 12–16, 2019.
  • Gender Audit of Union Budget 2019-20, Janata Weekly, 74 (10), 10–14, 2019.
  • Gender Budgeting of Urban Local Bodies to Make Cities Gender Friendly. In V. Mohan and S. Pannackal (Eds.), Good Governance in India: Prospects and Challenges, Delhi: Concept Publishing, 2019. [ISBN: 139-789-3866-82-73-4]
  • Long March of Indian Women, Asian Age, https://www.asianage.com/360-degree/140419/long-march-of-indian-women.html, April 14, 2019.
  • School Education for Gender Justice, Quest in Education, 47 (1), 47–50, 2019. [ISSN: 0048-6434]
  • Sex Selection and Missing Girls in India. In S. Suryanarayan, Shanti G. and K.G. Gayathridevi (Eds.), Thinking Gender Sociocultural Perspective, Delhi: Concept Publishing, 2019.
  • Spousal Choice Beyond Caste and Religion: Status and Implication. In L. Lobo and K. Bharati (Eds.), Marriage and Divorce in India: Changing Concepts and Practices, Delhi: Manohar Publications, 2019. [ISBN: 978-938-8540-00-1]
  • The Union Budget 2019-2020 through Gender Lens, Population First, http://bit.ly/2WZGFkn, 2–3, 2019.

Dr. Sujatha Devarapalli [ View Full Profile ]

  • A Telugu translation of “Parliamentary Debates on Hindu Code Bill”, the 14th Volume of Writings and Speeches of Dr. Ambedkar is published in March 2018 by Peoples Trust of India, and Telugu Academy Hyderabad
  • Contributed to the Women’s Studies Text Book for the degree colleges in Telangana with the translations and discussions in developing the courses Published by Telugu Academy 2015
  • An article titled “Re-defining Domestic Violence: The experiences of dalit women” is published by Economic and Political Weekly, Mumbai Nov.22nd issue, vol.no.47 in 2014
  • A research paper on ‘Family, Caste and Violence’ published in an edited book “Facets of Gender”, by Ch.Swaroopa Rani, Cenre for Women’s Studies, Nagarjuna University,Guntur
  • A research paper is published in an edited Book titled “Dalits and Religion” by Murali Manohar. The title of the paper is ‘Continuity and Change in the Worship of Local Goddesses: A Study on the Protest Religion of Marginal Communities of Coastal Andhra Pradesh ’, Atlantic Publishers, New Delhi, 2009
  • Translated Syed Mustafa Kamal’s “Hyderabad Medical School” and Interviews of Junaid Zakir and Khalid Sayid on the development of Urdu as medium of instruction in Deccan from English to Telugu for the Broad sheet of Anveshi on Langauge, Region and Community, Dec.2014
  • A translation of the article by Rajan Shukla titled “What do People need from Aarogya Sree” Is it delivered? How Comprehensive is treatment under AarogyaSree –published in Anveshi Broadsheet on Contemporary Politics ,VOL.2,no.1,Nov,2012
  • A translation of ‘Visakha Guidelines’ and the provisions of “The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013” from English to Telugu published in Anveshi Broad Sheet 2013, Hyderabad

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)

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)