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- The Bastard of Istanbul by Elif Shafak Tabish Khair
- Writing in an Age of Silence by Sara Paretsky Manjula Padmanabhan
- If I Am Not For Myself: Journey of an Anti-Zionist Jew
by Mike Marqusee
Mukul Kesavan
- The Japanese Wife by Kunal Basu Rahul Jayaram
- Past Continuous by Neel Mukherjee Supriya Chaudhuri
- Outside In! A Tale of 3 Cities: An exhibition of photographs by Pablo Bartholomew Aveek Sen
- Breathless in Bombay by Murzban F. Shroff Avtar Singh
- Kari by Amruta Patil Neel Mukherjee
- The Colonial City and the Challenge of Modernity: Urban
Hegemonies and Civic Contestations in Bombay (1900-1925)

by Sandip Hazareesingh
Amar Farooqui
- Mills for Sale edited by Darryl D’Monte Lalit Batra
- The City in Action: Bombay Struggles for Power by Jim Masselos and Heritage & Environment: An Indian Diary by Shyam Chainani Darryl D'Monte
- Shiv Sena Women: Violence and Communalism in a Bombay Slum by Atreyee Sen Kalpana Sharma
- City of Fear by Robin David Gayatri D. Acharya
- ‘Bangalore Baronial c 1930’: An Essay Vikramajit Ram
- Agra: The Architectural Heritage by Lucy Peck and In the Shadow
of the Taj: A Portrait of Agra
by Royina Grewal
Shailaja Kathuria
- Delhi Metropolitan: The Making of an Unlikely City by Ranjana
Sengupta and Invisible City: The Hidden Monuments of Delhi by Rakhshanda Jalil
Charles Lewis
- Delhi Then & Now by Narayani Gupta; Dilip Bobb Ranjana Sengupta
- Right of Passage: Travels from Brooklyn to Bali by Rahul Jacob Annie M. Mathew
- Visualizing Space in Banaras: Images, Maps, and the Practice
of Representation
edited by Martin Gaenszle and Jorg Gengnagel
Ravindra Karnena
- Naveen Kishore in conversation with Christopher Taylor: Extracts from
the exhibition catalogue of photographs by Christopher Taylor
Naveen Kishore Christopher Taylor
- The Palm Leaf Fan and Other Stories by Kwai-Yun Li Kanika Datta
- A Prattler’s Tale: Bengal, Marxism, Governance by Ashok Mitra Prasenjit Chowdhury
- Romancing With Life: An Autobiography by Dev Anand Darius Cooper
- Bombay Cinema: An Archive of the City by Ranjani Mazumdar Lawrence Liang
GAYATRI D. ACHARYA was Reader in English in Miranda House, Delhi University.

LALIT BATRA is an independent researcher and activist working on urban issues in Delhi and other Indian cities for the past one decade. He is currently a Visiting Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

DARIUS COOPER is Professor of Literature, Film and Humanities at San Diego Mesa College, USA. He has published two books, one on the cinema of Satyajit Ray (Cambridge University Press, 2000) and on the films of Guru Dutt (Seagull Publications, 2005).

SUPRIYA CHAUDHURI is Professor of English at Jadavpur University, Kolkata. She reads and reviews contemporary fiction, and translates extensively.

PRASENJIT CHOWDHURY is a freelance writer, contributing to a number of English dailies, including the Deccan Herald, Hindustan Times, The Statesman, The Telegraph and Hardnews. He teaches English language in a government-aided Higher Secondary school in West Bengal.

KANIKA DATTA is Senior Associate Editor with Business Standard.

DARRYL D’MONTE is the former Resident Editor of The Times of India in Mumbai and the founder President of the International Federation of Environmental Journalists.

AMAR FAROOQUI teaches in the Department of History, Delhi University.

RAHUL JAYARAM is Senior Correspondent, The Telegraph, New Delhi.

RAVINDRA KARNENA is finishing his Ph.D. on ‘Politics of Space in Hyderabad’ at the Centre for the Study of Social Systems, Jawaharlal Nehru University.

MUKUL KESAVAN teaches History at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. His most recent book is The Ugliness of the Indian Male and other Propositions (Black Kite, 2008).

SHAILAJA KATHURIA is a research scholar specialising in the History of 19th-Century Agra.

TABISH KHAIR is Associate Professor at Aarhus University, Denmark. His latest book is Filming: A Love Story (Picador India, 2007).

NAVEEN KISHORE is Publisher, Seagull Books and a keen photographer.

CHARLES LEWIS is the author, with Karoki his photographer son, of Delhi’s Historic Villages; A Photographic Evocation and Mehrauli: A View from the Qutb. Since his retirement from Oxford University Press, Delhi has become his second home.

LAWRENCE LIANG is a researcher and writer based in Bangalore. He works with the Alternative Law Forum and is interested in the relationship between law and culture.

ANNIE M. MATHEW is a freelance writer who contributes regularly to travel magazines. She otherwise works in film production.

NEEL MUKHERJEE reviews fiction for the Times of London and the Sunday Telegraph. His first novel, Past Continuous, was published in January 2008.

MANJULA PADMANABHAN is a writer and artist living in Delhi. She is the author of Kleptomania (Penguin India, 2004) and Harvest (Kali for Women,1998).

VIKRAMAJIT RAM is the author-photographer of Elephant Kingdom: Sculptures from Indian Architecture (Mapin, 2007) and the forthcoming travelogue, Dreaming Vishnus: A Journey through Central India (Penguin India).

AVEEK SEN is Senior Assistant Editor (editorial pages), The Telegraph, Calcutta.

RANJANA SENGUPTA is the author of Delhi Metropolitan: The Making of an Unlikely City (Penguin India, 2008). She is based in Delhi.

KALPANA SHARMA is an independent journalist and columnist based in Mumbai. She is the author of Rediscovering Dharavi: Stories from Asia’s Largest Slum.

AVTAR SINGH is Editor of Time Out Delhi.

CHRISTOPHER TAYLOR is a self-taught photographer who has held over 25 solo exhibitions since 1990. He lives in Montpellier, France.


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