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- Other Routes: 1,500 Years of African and Asian Travel Writing
edited by Tabish Khair, Martin Leer, Justin D Edwards and
Hanna Ziadeh
Nilanjana S. Roy
- The Highly Civilized Man: Richard Burton and the Victorian World by Dane Kennedy Michael H. Fisher
- Travels to Europe: Self and Other in Bengali Travel Narratives 1870 -1910 by Simonti Sen Mainak Majumdar
- American Vertigo: Travelling America in the Footsteps of Tocqueville by Bernard Henri-Levy; translated by Charlotte Mandell Samar Halarnkar
- “New York below the Belt”: A photo-essay Pradeep Dasgupta
- Holy Warriors: A Journey into the Heart of Indian Fundamentalism
by Edna Fernandes
Poornima Joshi
- Identity and Violence: The Illusion of Destiny by Amartya Sen Satya Sagar
- There, Where the Pepper Grows by Bem Le Hunte Kanika Datta
- The Trouble With Islam Today: A Wake-Up Call for Honesty and Change by Irshad Manji Vikhar Ahmed Sayeed
- Blood Brothers: A Family Saga by M. J. Akbar Tabish Khair
- Brideless in Wembley by Sanjay Suri Jai Arjun Singh
- Londonstani by Gautam Malkani Parshotam Mehra
- God’s Little Soldier by Kiran Nagarkar Sanjay Sipahimalani
- Home by Manju Kapur Shobhana Bhattacharji
- How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got Wild and Got a Life by Kaavya Viswanathan Anoushka Ravishankar
- Red by Irwin Allan Sealy Anita Roy
- Prarambh: The Beginning by Gangadhar Gadgil; translated
by Arvind Dixit
Darryl D’ Monte
- Lucknow: City of Illusion edited by Rosie Llewellyn-Jones Narayani Gupta
- Finding Forgotten Cities: How the Indus Civilisation was Discovered
by Nayanjot Lahiri
Himanshu Prabha Ray
- Banaras: The City Revealed edited by George Michell and Rana P. B. Singh; Photographs by Clare Arni Madhu Pandit
- The Idea of Delhi edited by Romi Khosla; Photographs by Nitin Rai Swapna Liddle
- Gandhinagar: Building National Identity in Postcolonial India
by Ravi Kalia
A. G. Krishna Menon
- The Promise of the Metropolis: Bangalore’s Twentieth Century
by Janaki Nair
Amita Baviskar
- “Russian Doll Capitalism”: An essay on Work in the IT-city of Bangalore Amandeep Sandhu
- “Nehru beatified”: A review essay on the Urban Renewal Mission in India Dunu Roy
- Tramjatra: Imagining Melbourne and Kolkata by Tramways edited
by Mick Douglas
Sukanta Chaudhari
- Local by Jaideep Varma Karishma Attari
- Jaipur Nama: Tales from the Pink City by Giles Tillotson Shivani Singh
- Tales of the Open Road by Ruskin Bond Sumanyu Satpathy
- The King and I: Travels in Tigerland by Prerna Singh Bindra Akshai Jain
KARISHMA ATTARI is a freelance writer based in Mumbai and co-edits Prithvi News, a journal of Prithvi Theatre.

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

SHOBHANA BHATTACHARJI is Reader in English, Jesus and Mary College, University of Delhi.

SUKANTA CHAUDHURI is Professor of English Literature at Jadavpur University, Kolkata.

PRADEEP DASGUPTA is a Delhi-based photographer, specialising in advertising photography.

KANIKA DATTA is a former financial journalist.

DARRYL D'MONTE is the Chairperson of Forum of Environmental Journalists of India.

MICHAEL H. FISHER is Professor of History at the Oberlin College, USA.

NARAYANI GUPTA retired as Professor of History from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, and is now a consultant with INTACH.

SAMAR HALARNKAR is Editor, National Investigations, The Hindustan Times.

AKSHAI JAIN works with Outlook Traveller.

POORNIMA JOSHI is a political corresponent in The Telegraph.

TABISH KHAIR is Associate Professor at Aarhus University, Denmark, and the author of several books, including the novel The Bus Stopped, which was shortlisted for the Encore Award in UK.

MAINAK MAJUMDAR is a research scholar in History and works with a publishing firm in Delhi.

A.G. KRISHNA MENON is an architect and urban planner. He is the Director of TVB School of Habitat Studies, New Delhi.

PARSHOTAM MEHRA is a writer based in Chandigarh. He has published two books on the Younghusband Expedition and the Tibetan Polity.

SWAPNA LIDDLE is doing a PhD on 19th-century Delhi from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.

MADHU PANDIT is an architect practising in Delhi and a Visiting Faculty at TVB School of Habitat Studies, New Delhi.

ANOUSHKA RAVISHANKAR is a writer and editor of children’s books.

HIMANSHU PRABHA RAY teaches at the Centre for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
ANITA ROY is an editor, writer and critic. She is working with Zubaan, a Delhi-based publishing house.

DUNU ROY is a chemical engineer with extensive experience in rural and urban development. He is the Director of Hazards Centre, New Delhi, which extends technical support to communities facing social and environmental threats.

NILANJANA S. ROY is a freelance writer based in Delhi.

SATYA SAGAR is a writer, journalist and video maker who divided his time between New Delhi and Bangkok.

AMANDEEP SANDHU is a PhD candidate in Sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

SUMANYU SATPATHY teaches English at the Department of English, University of Delhi.

VIKHAR AHMED SAYEED is a journalism student, and will soon start his Masters of Studies in History at Oxford University.

JAI ARJUN SINGH is a freelance writer based in Delhi

SHIVANI SINGH is the author of the novel The Raja is Dead. She is currently finishing her second novel again in the historical fiction genre, called The Snake and the Rope.

SANJAY SIPAHIMALANI is a writer working in an advertsing agency in Mumbai.


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