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4 Imagining Tagore: Rabindranath and the British Press (1912 - 1941)
compiled and edited by Kalyan Kundu,Sakti Bhattacharya and Kalyan Sircar
 Joe Winter
5 Poems of Nation, Anthems of Empire: English Verse in the Long Eighteenth Century by Suvir Kaul  Tabish Khair
6 Riot: A Novel by Shashi Tharoor  Giti Chandra
8 The Oxford History of Islam edited by John L. Esposito  Seema Alavi
9 Islam and Democracy by John L Esposito and Studies in Islamic Culture
in the Indian Environment
by Aziz Ahmad
 Michael Fisher
10 Shattering the Myth: Islam Beyond Violence by Bruce Lawrence  Irfan Ahmad
12 Essays on Islam and Indian History by Richard M. Eaton  Barbara D. Metcalfe
13 The Ulama of Farangi Mahall by Francis Robinson  Shajahan Madampat
14 God as Political Philosopher: Buddha's Challenge to Brahminism by Kancha Illaiah  Bhagwan Das
15 Sikh History from Persian Sources edited by J.S Grewal and Irfan Habib and Ranjit Singh: Maharaja of the Punjab by Khushwant Singh  Chetan Singh
16 The Sikhs by Khushwant Singh and Raghu Rai  Sanjeev Saith
18 The Jews of India by Benjamin J. Israel  Shalva Weil
19 Swami Vivekananda and the Modernisation of Hinduism edited by
William Radice and The Ramakrishna Mission: The Making of a Modern Hindu Movement by Gwilyn Beckerlegge
 Avijit Pathak
21 Religion and Ecology in India and South East Asia by David L. Gosling  Manoshi Mitra Das
22 Hinduism and Ecology: The Intersection of Earth, Sky and Water edited by Christopher Key Chapple and Mary Evelyn Tucker  Aparna Vaidik
23 The Social Construction of Indian Forests edited by Roger Jeffery  Madhu Sarin
24 Splendid Plumage: Indian Birds by British Artists by Jagmohan Mahajan  Ranjit Lal
26 The World Commission on Dams-2000, Dams And Development: A New Framework for Decision - Making  Amita Baviskar
27 Ecological Journeys: The Science and Politics of Conservation in India
by Madhav Gadgil
 Darryl D' Monte
28 Life in Plastic by Bob Edwards and Rachel Kellet  Bharati Chaturvedi
30 But it Still Moves: The Politics of Human Movement. An Essay  Tabish Kahir
32 The Penguin Book of Indian Journeys edited by Dom Moraes and The Picador Book of Journeys edited by Robyn Davidson  Amitava Kumar
34 Benaras from Within by Richard Lannoy and A Pilgrimage to Kashi: History,Mythology and Culture of the Strangest and Most Fascinating City in India by Miguel Andrea Gomez (a.k.a) Gol)  John W.Bowles
36 Through the Green Door: Travels Among the Khasis by Nigel Jenkins  Deborah Sutton
37 Three-Quarters of a Footprint by Joe Robert and Branch Line to Eternity by Bill Aitkin  Uma Mahadevan -
38 Not So Little Magazine.A survey of the literary magazines in the subcontinent  Sudeep Sen
IRFAN AHMAD is a PH.D. candidate in Anthropology at Amsterdam School for Social Science Research,University of Amsterdam,The Netherlands.
SEEMA ALAVI is Associate Professor of History, Jamia Millia Islamia University,New Delhi.
AMITA BAVISKAR teaches Sociology at the Delhi University.She is the author of In the Belly of the River: Tribal Conflicts over Development in the Narmada Valley.
JOHN H. BOWLES develops international art exhibhitions for Radford University Art Museum in Virginia. He has lived in Benaras, and has contributed to various Asian jounals, including Outlook, Orientations, and two forth coming editions of Marg.
GITI CHANDRA teaches English at the St. Stephen's College, Delhi.
BHARATI CHATURVEDI is an environmentalist involved in waste management with the NGO Chintan.
BHAGWAN DAS is the author of Thus Spoke Ambedkar (Five Volumes) and Revival of Buddhism and the Role of Babasaheb Ambedkar. He is also the Regional Secretary of the Indian Buddhist Council.
MICHAEL H. FISHER is Danforth Professor of History at Oberlin College, USA. He has published extensively about relations between Indians and Britons in India and Britain,most recently The First Indian Author in English: Dean Mahomed in India,Ireland, and England (Oxford University Press,1996,2000)
TABISH KHAIR is Assistant Professor at the English Department of Copenhagen University and the author of Where Parallel Lines Meet and Babu Fictions.
AMITAVA KUMAR is the author of Passport Photos (Penguin-India and University of California Press).He is also a literary columnist for
RANJIT LAL is the author of Crow Chronicles and The Life and Times of Altu Faltu.
SHAHJAHAN MADAMPAT is a columnist with Kalakaumudi,a leading Malayalam weekly and is working with The United States Library of Congress Field Office, American Centre, New Delhi.
BARBARA D. METCALFE teaches at the University of California , Davis.
UMA MAHADEVAN-DASGUPTA is a civil servant based in Mumbai.
MANOSHI MITRA DAS is a gender specialist with the Asian Development Bank, Manila.
DARRYL D' MONTE is a Mumbai-based environmetalist journalist and former Resident editor of Times of India.
AVIJIT PATHAK teaches Sociology at the Jawarharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
SANJEEV SAITH is a photographer and publisher based in New Delhi.
MADHU SARIN is a development professional who has been working on participatory natural resource management for over 20 years.
SUDEEP SEN's Postmarked India: New & Selected Poems (HarperCollins, 1997) was awarded the Hawthornden Fellowship (UK) and nominated for a Pushcart Prize (USA). He has published and edited 20 books, most recently,The British Council Book of Emerging English Poets from Bangladesh (2001).
CHETAN SINGH teaches at the Department of History, Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla.
DEBORAH SUTTON is at the center for Historical Studies at Jawarharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
APARNA VAIDIK is a Ph.D student at the Centre for Historical Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
SHALVA WEIL is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Education, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel and is a specialist on the Jews of India.She is the founding Chairperson (with Zubin Mehta as President) of the Israel-India Cultural Association.
JOE WINTER has translated Tagore's Gitanjali(Writers workshop,Kolkota and Anvil Press, London) and Lipika,soon to be published by Macmillian India.