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- The Emergeny: A Political History by Coomi Kapoor Prem Shankar Jha
- Beyond Doubt: A Dossier on Gandhi’s Assassination compiled and introduced by Teesta Setalvad Apoorvanand
- Dealing with China: An insider unmasks the new economic superpower by Henry M. Paulson Jr. Mohan Guruswamy
- China’s War with Japan 1937-1945: The Struggle for Survival
by Rana Mitter
Brij Tankha
- Rendezvous with Rebels: Journey to Meet India’s Most Wanted Men by Rajeev Bhattacharyya Pahi Saikia
- Kashmir: The Vajpayee Years by A.S. Dulat with Aditya Sinha Manoj Joshi
- Behind a Billion Screens: What Television Tells Us About Modern
by Nalin Mehta
Bhaskar Ghose
- The Impulse Society by Paul Roberts Anant Maringanti
- Gathering the Ashes by Amrit Lal Nagar; translated by Mrinal Pande Shahid Amin
- The Rani of Jhansi: Gender, History, and Fable by Harleen Singh Manisha Sethi
- In Search of Freedom: Journeys Through India and South East
by Sagari Chhabra
Amrita Sen
- Sophia: Princess, Suffragette, Revolutionary by Anita Anand Harleen Singh
- Un Bound: 2000 Years of Indian Women’s Writing
edited by Annie Zaidi
V. Geetha
- The Trouble With Marriage: Feminists Confront Law and Violence in India by Srimati Basu Anandhi S.
- Half A Billion Rising: The Emergence of the Indian Women
by Anirudha Dutta
Proteeti Banerjee
- Drawing the Line: Indian Women Fight Back edited by Priya Kuriyan, Larissa Bertonasco, Ludmilla Bartscht Sharanya Manivannan
- Culinary Culture in Colonial India: A Cosmopolitan Platter and the Middle-Class by Utsa Ray Anirban Bandyopadhyay
- Drowning Fish by Swati Chanda Shalini Mukerji
- The House of Hidden Mothers by Meera Syal Anita Roy
- Leaving Home With Half a Fridge: A Memoir by Arathi Menon Vatsala Kaul Banerjee
- Bedtime Story and Black Tulip by Kiran Nagarkar Ramu Ramanathan

SHAHID AMIN is the author of Event, Metaphor, Memory: Chauri Chaura, 1922-1992. His new book Conquest & Community: the Afterlife of Warrior Saint Ghazi Miyan will be published by Orient BlackSwan on 26 August.

APOORVANAND is a Professor at the Department of Hindi, Delhi University.

ANIRBAN BANDYOPADHYAY works as a Junior Research Officer for Educational Multimedia Research Centre, St. Xavier’s College (Autonomous), Kolkata. He has a PhD from Centre for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

PROTEETI BANERJEE is Editor, Higher Academics, at Orient BlackSwan.

VATSALA KAUL BANERJEE is a consultant publisher for children’s and reference books at Hachette India, and an independent writer and editor.

V. GEETHA is a feminist writer and translator, interested in caste, labour, history and education. Currently, she is Editorial Director, Tara Books, Chennai.

BHASKAR GHOSE has been a civil servant and, for the last 20 years, a columnist with newspapers and magazines. He has written four books -— two nonfiction and two novels. His latest novel Parricide was published by HarperCollins this year. He lives in Delhi.

MOHAN GURUSWAMY is a Visiting Fellow at the Observer Research Foundation and the Forum for Strategic Initiatives, New Delhi; and heads the Centre for Policy Alternatives, New Delhi, an independent and privately funded think-tank. He is the author of several books on policy issues, the latest being Chasing the Dragon: Will India Catch-up with China?

MANOJ JOSHI is a Distinguished Fellow at the Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi. He is the author of two books of Kashmir: Lost Rebellion: Kashmir in the Nineties (Penguin, 1999) and Kashmir 1947-1965: A Story Retold (India Research Press, 2008).

PREM SHANKAR JHA is a former editor of the Hindustan Times and media adviser to Prime Minister VP Singh. He is the author of Twilight of the Nation State: Globalisation, Chaos and War, published by Sage, with an Introduction by Eric Hobsbawm

ANANT MARINGANTI is a social geographer and director of Hyderabad Urban Lab, a multidisciplinary urban research initiative.

SHARANYA MANIVANNAN is a writer and illustrator based in Chennai. Her first book of poems was Witchcraft.

SHALINI MUKERJI is an independent writer and editor. She blogs at

RAMU RAMANATHAN is a Mumbai-based playwright

ANITA ROY is a writer, editor and publisher. She is co-editor of Eat the Sky, Drink the Ocean and several other anthologies. Having lived in Delhi for 20 years, she has recently moved back to the UK.

ANANDHI S. is an Associate Professor at the Madras Institute of Development Studies. A feminist historian and a researcher in Gender Studies, she has widely published in the area of caste and gender.

PAHI SAIKIA teaches Political Science at the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati.

AMRITA SEN is a teacher of English Literature. She has taught at universities in the US and India. She specialises in early modern post-colonial studies

MANISHA SETHI teaches at the Centre for the Study of Comparative Religions and Civilizations at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. She is the author, most recently, of Kafkaland: Prejudice, Law and Counterterrorism in India (Three Essays, 2014).

HARLEEN SINGH is an Associate Professor of Literature and Women’s Studies at Brandeis University.

BRIJ TANKHA retired as Professor of Modern Japanese History at the Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi. He is currently an Honorary Fellow and Co-ordinator of the East Asia Programme, Institute of Chinese Studies.

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