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  VOL. VII NOS. 9 & 10 40 PAGES September - October 2002
4 Bombay London New York: A Literary Journey by Amitava Kumar Meenakshi Mukherjee
5 The Imam and the Indian: Prose Pieces by Amitav Ghosh Shoma Chaudhury
6 The Point of Return by Siddhartha Deb Kalpish Ratna
7 Indian Errant: Selected Stories of Nirmal Verma translated from Hindi by
Prasenjit Gupta and The Last Wilderness by Nirmal Verma, translated by
Pratik Kanjilal
Avinash Kumar
9 Provincializing Europe: Postcolonial Thought and Historical Difference by Dipesh Chakrabarty Madhavan K. Palat
12 Between Two Worlds: East and West—An Autobiography by JN Mohanty Mohinder Singh
13 Bombay Dreams music by AR Rehman, book by Meera Syal, based on an
idea by Shekhar Kapur and Andrew Llyod Webber, directed by Steven
Pimlott, choreographed by Anthony Van Laast and Farah Khan ;
Trading Places: The East India Company and Asia, 1600-1834 curated by Anthony Farrington and The Island Princess by John Fletcher, directed by Gregory Doran
Alice Albinia
15 Reading Race by Norman Denzin Achal R. Prabhal
16 Representing Black Britain: Black and Asian Images on Television
by Sarita Malik
Anjali Monteiro
18 Bollywood Cinema: Temples of Desire by Vijay Mishra Sharmishtha Gooptu
19 Ignited Minds: Unleashing the Power within India by APJ Abdul Kalam Shobhit Mahajan
20 Kamaladevi Chattopadhyaya: A Biography by Reena Nanda Antoinette Burton
21 Memoirs: Uneasy is the Life of the Mind by Rajni Kothari B.G. Verghese
22 My Years in the USSR: Recollections and Revelations by Shiela Gujral Kartar Singh Duggal
23 Letters to Auntie Fori: The 5,000-Year History of the Jewish People and
their Faith
by Martin Gilbert
Shalva Weil
24 The Double Bond: Primo Levi—A Biography by Carole Angier Anuradha Kumar
25 Genes, Girls and Gamow by James Watson Susan ChackoM
26 Painted Shadow: A Life of Vivienne Eliot by Carole Seymour-Jones Chinmoy Guha
28 Findings, Keepings: Life, Communism and Everything by Ralph Russell Andrew Whitehead
29 Soccer in South Asia: Empire, Nation, Diaspora edited by Paul Dimeo
and James Mills
Kausik Bandyopadhyay
30 A Corner of a Foreign Field: The Indian History of a British Sport by
Ramachandra Guha
Kanika Datta
32 Selected Writings of Jotirao Phule edited with annotations and
Introduction by GP Deshpande, translated by GP Deshpande, Maya
Pandit, Aniket Jaaware and Urmila Birdhikar
Meena Kandasamy
33 Cultural Subordination and the Dalit Challenge, Volume II edited by
Ghanshyam Shah
Valerian Rodrigues
35 From Periphery to Centre Stage: Ambedkar, Ambedkarism and Dalit Future edited by KC Yadav V. Geetha
36 Caste and Democratic Politics in India edited by Ghanshyam Shah and
India’s Silent Revolution: The Rise of the Lower Castes in North Indian
by Christophe Jaffrelot
Gopal Guru
38 Social Power and Everyday Class Relations: Agrarian Transformation
in North Bihar
by Anand Chakravarti
Manish Kumar Thakur
ALICE ALBINIA is an editor with Hesperus Press, a post-graduate student at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London, and a Biblio evangelist.
KAUSIK BANDYOPADHYAY is a Lecturer in the Department of History, North Bengal University.
ANTOINETTE BURTON is Professor of History at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
SUSAN CHACKO is a bioinformaticist in Maryland, USA.
SHOMA CHAUDHURY is the Literary Editor of and a literary consultant with the British Council and Man’s World.
KARTAR SINGH DUGGAL writes in Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi and English. He has been awarded the Padma Bhushan and is a Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha.
KANIKA DATTA is Associate Editor, Business Standard.
V. GEETHA is a writer and translator. Her published works include(with S.V. Rajadurai) Towards a Non-Brahmin Millennium: from Iyothee Thass toPeriyar (Samya, 1998) and Gender(Theorising Feminism Series, Stree, 2001). Currently she is Editorial Director, Tara Publishing, Chennai.
SHARMISHTHA GOOPTU is a Ph.D student working on the social history of Indian cinema at the University of Chicago.
CHINMOY GUHA is author of several books, including Where the Dreams Cross: T.S. Eliot and French Poetry, and teaches English in Vijaygarh College, Calcutta. He was earlier the Director of Publications, Embassy of France, New Delhi.
GOPAL GURU is Professor of Political Science at the University of Delhi and is interested in social and political theory.
MEENA KANDASAMY is a writer and activist based in Chennai.
ANURADHA KUMAR is Assistant Editor, Economic and Political Weekly.
AVINASH KUMAR works at the Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya, New Delhi.
SHOBHIT MAHAJAN teaches at the Department of Physics and Astro-Physics, University of Delhi.
ANJALI MONTEIRO is a filmmaker and academic. She is Professor and Head of Media and Communications, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai.
MEENAKSHI MUKHERJEE’s most recent book is The Perishable Empire (OUP 2000). She has edited Early Novels in India (Sahitya Akademi 2002) and is the General Editor of a series called “Past Continuous”, which brings out English translations of 19th century Indian texts (Book Review Trust).
MADHAVAN K. PALAT is Professor of Russian and European History, Centre for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
ACHAL R. PRABHAL is a writer, and graduate student at Yale University.
KALPISH RATNA is the psuedonym under which Ishrat Syed and Kalpana Swaminathan write together. They edited the Books Page of The Sunday Observer and work as surgeons in Mumbai.
VALERIAN RODRIGUES is Professor of Political Science at the Mangalore University.
MANISH KUMAR THAKUR teaches Sociology at the University of Goa.
MOHINDER SINGH has recently submitted his Ph. D in Western Political Theory at the Centre for Political Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
B.G. VERGHESE is a columnist and Visiting Professor at the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi.
SHALVA WEIL, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Education, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, is a specialist on the Jews of India. She is the founding chairperson (with Zubin Mehta as President) of the Israel-India Cultural Association.
ANDREW WHITEHEAD, former BBC correspondent, presents ‘The World Today’ on BBC World Service radio. He can be contacted by e-mail at:

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