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Arvind N. Das (6.9.1948 - 6.8.2000)
Editor Emeritus:
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'Ankuran', 1986, acrylic on canvas, by S.H.Raza, from the book 'Bindu: Space and Time in Raza's Vision' by Geeti Sen, published by Media transasia Limited, New Delhi.


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   VOL. II  NO. 4 32 PAGES APRIL 1997
- Cuckold by Kiran Nagarkar Usha Hemmadi
- Granta 57: India! The Golden Jubliee Ira Pande
- Tradition, Dissent and Ideology: Essays in Honour of Romila Thapar edited by R. Champakalakshmi and S. Gopal Sumit Sarkar
- Trade, Ideology and Urbanization: South India 300 BC to AD 1300 by
R. Champakalakshmi
Uma Chakravarti
- Reconciliation Through Truth: A Reckoning of Apartheidís Criminal Governance by Kadar Asmal, Louise Asmal and Ronald Suresh Roberts, The Healing of a Nation? Edited by Alex Boraine and Janet Levy
Mahmood Mamdani
- Bindu: Space and Time in Razaís Vision by Geeti Sen Dileep Padgaonkar
- The Religions Imagery of Khajuraho by Devangana Desai M.C. Joshi
- The Walled City by Esther David Namita Gokhale
- Malaria Dreams by Gautam Bhatia Partho Datta
- Contemporary Bengali Literature: Bangladesh Period edited by Khan Sarwar Murshid Sumanta Banerjee
- From the Washington Years: An extract from Nice Guys Come Second by B. K. Nehru B. K. Nehru
- A Matter of Time by Shashi Deshpande Keerti Ramchandra
- The Scent of Pepper by Kaveri Nambisan Kanika Luthra
- The Leopard in India: A Natural History by J. C. Daniels Divyabhanusinh
- Against the Tide: An Intellectual History of Free Trade by Douglas
A. Irwin
Lalit Sharma
- Orangi Pilot Project: Reminiscences and Reflections by Akhtar
Hameed Khan
Harsh Sethi
- Wind of Fire: The Music and Musicians of Goa by Mario Cabral e Sa Paranjoy Guha Thakurta
- Common Lands and Customary Law: Institutional Change in North India over the Past Two Centuries by Minoty Chakravarty-Kaul Madhu Sarin
- Lent and Lost: Foreign Credit and Third World Development by Cheryl Payer,Globalisation and Third World Trade Unions: The Challenge of Rapid Economic Change edited by Henk Thomas, Elusive Development by Marshall Wolfe Siddharth Varadarajan
SUMANTA BANERJEE is a freelance journalist and author of The Parlour and the Streets: Elite and Parlour Culture in 19th Century Calcutta.
UMA CHAKRAVARTI teaches History at Miranda House, Delhi University.
PARTHO DATTA teaches History at Zakir Husain College, Delhi University.
DIVYABHANUSINH is a well-known wildlife enthusiast and has recently written The End of the Trail: The Story of the Cheetah in India.
NAMITA GOKHALE is a novelist; her last book was A Himalayan Love Story.
PARANJOY GUHA THAKURTA is an anchorperson for the ABNI television channel.
USHA HEMMADI taught English Literature at Elphinstone College and the SNDT Womenís University in Mumbai. She is now a freelance editor.
CHIARA GAUNA is a Ph.D student in History of Art at the University of Torino, Italy.
M.C. JOSHI, former Director-General of the Archaeological Survey of India, is now with the Indian Gandhi National Centre for Arts.
KANIKA LUTHRA is the editor of Banyan Books.
MAHMOOD MAMDANI is a political activist, deeply concerned about recent developments in Africa.
KEERTI RAMCHANDRA is a writer and translator.
MADHU SARIN is a consultant on social forestry and non-conventional energy resources.
SUMIT SARKAR teaches modern Indian History at Delhi University.
HARSH SETHI is consulting editor, Seminar.
LALIT SHARMA belongs to the Indian Administrative Service and is a specialist on international trade issues.
SIDDHARTH VARADARAJAN is an assistant editor with The Times of India.
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