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- The Enchantress of Florence by Salman Rushdie Stuti Khanna
- Unaccustomed Earth by Jhumpa Lahiri Aveek Sen
- The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga Anu Kumar
- An Empire of Books: The Nawal Kishore Press and the Diffusion
of the Printed Word in India
by Ulrike Stark
Urvashi Butalia
- Missionary Education and Empire in Late Colonial India,
by Hayden J.A. Bellenoit
Nandini Chatterjee
- Islamic Reform and Revival in Nineteenth Century India:
The Tariqah-i Muhammadiya
by Harlan O. Pearson
Arshad Alam
- Red Sun: Travels in Naxalite Country by Sudeep Chakravarty Pranay Krishna
- Under the Invisibility Cloak: Re-imagining the ‘Northeast’—
Introduction to the Special Section on Northeast India
Sanjoy Barbora
- What happened in the jungles of Burma, my brothers? Easterine Iralu
- Readings from No Man’s Land. An essay Rakhee Kalita
- A People without History: Colonialism and the historical legacy of ethnic classifications. An essay Yengkhom Jilanangba
- Borders, bagaans and bazaars: Locating the Foothills along the
Naga Hills in Northeast India. An essay
Dolly Kikon
- Transgressing borders: maps of the mind. A photo-essay Kazimuddin Ahmed
- The tragedy of Suryya Bhuyan. An essay Bodhisattva Kar
- How many roads must the state build?: Revisiting a region’s developmental puzzle. An essay Lipokmar Dzuvichu
- Nellie 1983: A Postmortem Report into the Most Barbaric Massacre of Assam Movement in Nellie on 18 Feb. 1983 by Diganta Sharma; 25 Years On . . . Nellie still Haunts by Hemendra Narayan and Ei Samay, Sei Samay by Rita Chaudhury Rajarshi Kalita
- The Adventures of Tejimola and Sati Beula by Parismita Singh Dhiren Sadokpam
- Doubly displaced: Theoretical reflections on the terms ‘tribe’, ‘gender’ and ‘minority’ in Northeastern women’s writing. An essay Ashley Tellis
- A Terrible Matriarchy by Easterine Iralu Sushmita Kashyap
- Lunatic in My Head by Anjum Hasan Sumana Roy
- The Bodos: Emergence and Assertion of an Ethnic Minority
by Sujit Choudhury
Mayur Chetia
KAZIMUDDIN AHMED is an anthropologist and works with Panos South Asia. He is based in Guwahati, Assam.

ARSHAD ALAM teaches at the Centre for Jawaharlal Nehru Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.

SANJAY BARBORA is the regional manager of Panos South Asia’s “media and conflict” theme and is based in Guwahati, Assam.

URVASHI BUTALIA is a feminist publisher and founder of Zubaan Books.

NANDINI CHATTERJEE is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of History, King’s College, London.

MAYUR CHETIA is a M.Phil student in the Department of History, Delhi University and works on colonial Assam.

LIPOKMAR DZÜVICHÜ is a Ph.D. student at the Centre for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University,
New Delhi.

EASTERINE IRALU is a poet and is an International Cities of Refuge Network writer based in Tromso, Norway.

YENGKHOM JILANANGBA is a Ph.D. student at the Centre for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

RAJARSHI KALITA is a M.Phil student in the Department of English, Delhi University. Her dissertation is on the Assam movement.

RAKHEE KALITA teaches English in Cotton College, Guwahati, Assam.

BODHISATTVA KAR is a Fellow in History, Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta.

SUSHMITA KASHYAP is a freelance researcher and media person based in Northeast India.

STUTI KHANNA has recently completed her Ph.D. from Oxford University. She worked on the fiction of James Joyce and Salman Rushdie.

DOLLY KIKON is a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Anthropology, Stanford University.

PRANAY KRISHNA teaches Hindi at Allahabad University. He is the General Secretary of Jan Sanskriti Manch.

ANU KUMAR is the author of Letters for Paul (2006) and Atisa and the Seven Wonders (Puffin, 2008). She works for the Book Review, Delhi.

SUMANA ROY teaches at the Department of Humanities, Jalpaiguri Government English College, West Bengal. She is working on a collection of stories.

DHIREN SADOKPAM has been a TV journalist for over ten years, most recently with Headlines Today.

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

ASHLEY TELLIS is Assistant Professor of English, English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad.

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