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- Two Lives by Vikram Seth Mini Kapoor
- On Beauty: A Novel by Zadie Smith Mandakini Dubey
- Seven Summers: A Memoir by Mulk Raj Anand (edited and with an Introduction by Saros Cowasjee); The Mulk Raj Anand Omnibus
(edited and with an Introduction by Saros Cowasjee) and Mulk Raj
Anand: Shaping the Indian Modern
edited by Annapurna Garimella
Ulka Anjaria and Jonathan Shapiro Anjaria
- Three Statesmen: Gokhale, Gandhi and Nehru by B.R. Nanda Ralph Buultjens
- The Birth of the Modern World, 1780-1914 by C.A. Bayly Vandana Joshi
- Between the Earth and the Sky: The Penguin Book of
Forest Writings
edited by Savyasaachi
Dilip D’Souza
- Tigers in Red Weather by Ruth Padel Tishani Doshi
- Tiger by Stephen Mills Ashish Chandola
- The Story of Asia’s Lions by Divyabhanusinh S. Theodore Baskaran
- Sahyadris: India’s Western Ghats—A Vanishing Heritage
by Sandesh Kadur and Kamal Bawa
Sunjoy Monga
- Battles Over Nature edited by Vasant Saberwal & Mahesh Rangarajan Ranjit Lal
- Joining the Dots: Report of the Tiger Task Force Ghazala Shahabuddin
- “Where have all our Tigers gone?”: A Photoessay Belinda Wright
- The Kaziranga Inheritance edited by Bittu Sahgal and Ranjit Barthakur Kunal Verma
- A Debate on the Scheduled Tribes (Recognition of Forest Rights)
Bill 2005
Valmik Thapar & Nandini Sundar
- A View from the Machan: How Science Can Save the
Fragile Predator
by K. Ullas Karanth
- Honorary Tiger: The Life of Billy Arjan Singh by Duff Hart-Davis Vikramajit Ram
- Environmentality: Technologies of Government and the Making of Subjects by Arun Agrawal Priya Sangameswaran
- Imperial Nature: The World Bank and Struggles for Social Justice
in the Age of Globalization
by Michael Goldman
Amita Baviskar
- Sunlight & Shadows: An Indian Wildlife Photographer’s Diary
by M.Y. Ghorpade
Shanthi Chandola
- Agenda Unlimited: Down To Earth edited by Sunita Narain Darryl D’Monte
- Textbook of Environment Studies for Undergraduate Courses
by Erach Bharucha
Ranmal Singh Jhala
ULKA ANJARIA is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Modern Thought and Literature at Stanford University, writing on the formal innovations of the 1920s and ’30s Indian realist novel in the context of imaginations of the future sovereign state.

JONATHAN SHAPIRO ANJARIA is a PhD student at the University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, working on conflicts over open space and visions for the future of Mumbai.

AMITA BAVISKAR is a sociologist who works on the cultural politics of environment and development.

RALPH BUULTJENS, former Nehru Professor at Cambridge University (UK) and Professor at New York University, is the author of several books on Asian history and politics including Windows on India.

ASHISH CHANDOLA is a Bangalore based freelance wildlife filmmaker, photographer and an occasional writer.

SHANTHI CHANDOLA is a naturalist, researcher, freelance wildlife photographer and wildlife filmmaker based in Bangalore.

S. THEODORE BASKARAN is a former honorary wildlife warden and nature writer. He is the author of The Dance of the Sarus (OUP), and writes both in English and Tamil.

DIVYABHANUSINH is Trustee and Vice President of WWF India and Member, CAT Specialist Group, Species Survival Commission, World Conservation Union (IUCN), and the author of End of A Trail: The Cheetah in India (1995) and The Stories of Asia’s Lions (2005).

TISHANI DOSHI is a freelance journalist and dancer based in Chennai.

DARRYL D’MONTE is a Mumbai-based environmental journalist and the former Resident Editor of The Times of India. He is the author of Ripping the Fabric: The Decline of Mumbai and its Mills (Oxford University Press, 2002).

DILIP D’SOUZA is a one-time software professional who now writes for a living. He has authored two books and won several awards for his writing.

MANDAKINI DUBEY received her Doctorate in English from Duke University in 2003. Since then, she has worked in the US and India as teacher, a freelance writer, editor, and once, as a film director’s assistant.

RANMAL SINGH JHALA is a designer who has extensively been involved with ‘Whole Brain Learning’ with an emphasis on the arts and ecology.

VANDANA JOSHI is a historian of Nazi Germany and the author of Gender and Power in the Third Reich, Palgrave,UK, 2003.

MINI KAPOOR is a senior editor with The Indian Express.

RANJIT LAL is the author of Crow Chronicles and The Life and Times of Altu Faltu.

SUNJOY MONGA is a naturalist writer and photographer. He has authored and photographed five books, including the much acclaimed City Forest: Mumbai’s National Park, Wildlife Reserves of India, The Mumbai Nature Guide, Birds of Mumbai and The Nature of EsselWorld and Water Kingdom. He was also co-author of Photoguide to Birds of India. He has also done wildlife cinematography for several national and international television programmes.

VIKRAMAJIT RAM is a designer, writer and photographer with a special interest in architectural history and the environment.

GHAZALA SHAHABUDDIN is an ecologist with the Environmental Studies Group of the Council for Social Development, New Delhi and works on issues related to forests and biodiversity conservation.

PRIYA SANGAMESWARAN is a Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Environment & Development, Bangalore, and works on questions of equity in water.

NANDINI SUNDAR is Professor of Sociology, Delhi School of Economics.

VALMIK THAPAR is a sociologist, naturalist and tiger expert.

KUNAL VERMA is a filmmaker, writer and photographer. Besides having filmed Project Tiger and other wildlife series, he has also made films on the defence forces, including Akash Yodha and The Standard Bearers (National Defence Academy).

BELINDA WRIGHT is the Founder and Executive Director of the Wildlife Protection Society of India.

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