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- The Past as Present: Forging Contemporary Identities Through
by Romila Thapar
Krishna Mohan Shrimali
- Sir Christopher Alan Bayly: In Memoriam Seema Alavi
- Postcolonial Theory and the Specter of Capital by Vivek Chibber Sunit Singh
- Honour and Fidelity: India’s Military Contribution to the Great War
1914 -1918
by Amarinder Singh
Anirudh Deshpande
- ‘If I die here, who will remember me?’: India and the First World
by Vedica Kant and 1914 -1918: Indian Troops in Europe
by Santanu Das
Vipul Dutta
- After Timur Left: Culture and Circulation in Fifteenth Century North India edited by Francesca Orsini and Samira Sheikh Farhat Hasan
- Vermeer’s Hat: Indra’s Net and the Dawn of Globalisation
by Timothy Brook
Latha Jishnu
- Flood of Fire by Amitav Ghosh Brinda Bose
- The First Firangis: Remarkable Stories of Heroes, Healers,
Charlatans, Courtesans, and Other Foreigners Who Became Indian
by Jonathan Gil Harris
Amar Farooqui
- The Tears of the Rajas: Mutiny, Money and Marriage in India 1805 -1905 by Ferdinand Mount Shivangini Tandon
- Lady Nugent’s East India Journal edited and with an Introduction
by Ashley L. Cohen
Malavika Karlekar
- Memories of Belonging: Images From the Colony and Beyond
by Malavika Karlekar
Sabeena Gadihoke
- The Political Biography of an Earthquake:Aftermath and Amnesia in
Gujarat, India
by Edward Simpson
Atul Sood
- How India Became Territorial: Foreign Policy, Diaspora, Geopolitics
by Itty Abraham
Achin Vanaik
- Edward Said on Palestine edited by Vijay Prashad Marcy Newman
- Of Gardens and Graves: Essays on Kashmir, Poems in Translation
edited by Suvir Kaul; photographs by Javed Dar
Gowhar Fazili
- The Dollar Trap: How the US Dollar Tightened its Grip on Global Finance by Eswar S. Prasad Devangshu Datta
- Restart: The Last Chance For The Indian Economy by Mihir S Sharma
and Recasting India: How Entrepreneurship is Revolutionizing the World’s Largest Democracy
by Hindol Sengupta
Soutik Biswas
- Amnesia by Peter Carey Somak Ghoshal
- Günter Grass: In Memoriam Subhoranjan Dasgupta
- Sleeping on Jupiter by Anuradha Roy Anuradha Marwah
- The Adventures of Henry Thoreau: A Young Man’s Unlikey Path to Walden Pond by Michael Sims Kavery Nambisan

SEEMA ALAVI is Professor of History at the University of Delhi. Her latest book is Muslim Cosmopolitanism in the Age of Empire (Harvard University Press, 2015).

SOUTIK BISWAS is the India Editor for the BBC News site.

BRINDA BOSE teaches at the Centre for English Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, and is co-founder of Marg Humanities.

SUBHORANJAN DASGUPTA has a PhD from the University of Hiedelberg. He is an author and an authority on Günter Grass.

DEVANGSHU DATTA is Consulting Editor at Business Standard.

ANIRUDH DESHPANDE is Associate Professor of History at the University of Delhi.

VIPUL DUTTA is a doctoral candidate at Kings College London. He is studying the impact of the First and Second World Wars on the Indian Army Officer Corps.

AMAR FAROOQUI teaches in the Department of History, University of Delhi.

GOWHAR FAZILI is a research scholar at the Department of Sociology, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. He is from Kashmir.

SABEENA GADIHOKE is Associate Professor, Video and TV Production at the AJK Mass Communication Research Centre at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. She is also a filmmaker and cameraperson. Her book Chronicles of Homai Vyarawalla was published by Mapin Publishing in 2006.

SOMAK GHOSHAL is an editor and writer based in Delhi.

FARHAT HASAN is a Professor of History at University of Delhi specialising in the History of Medieval and Early Modern South Asia. He is the author of State and Locality in Mughal India: Power Relations in Western India, c. 1570-1730 (Cambridge University Press, UK).

LATHA JISHNU is an independent journalist and columnist who writes on trade, development and intellectual property.

MALAVIKA KARLEKAR is Co-editor of the Indian Journal of Gender Studies and Curator of Re-presenting Indian Women A Visual Documentary 1875- 1947, both at the Centre for Women’s Development Studies, New Delhi. She writes a regular column based on memoirs and archival photographs for The Telegraph(Kolkata).

ANURADHA MARWAH is a writer and academic. She has written novels, plays, short stories and popular and academic articles. She teaches English Literature and Creative Writing in a college affiliated with the University of Delhi.

KAVERY NAMBISAN is a surgeon and novelist. Her most recent novel, A Town Like Ours was published by Aleph Book Company (New Delhi, 2014).

MARCY NEWMAN is author of The Politics of Teaching Palestine to Americans: Addressing Pedagogical Strategies and a founding member of the US Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel.

KRISHNA MOHAN SHRIMALI is a former Professor of History at the University of Delhi.

SUNIT SINGH is an editor at the open-submission leftist monthly the Platypus Review.

ATUL SOOD is Associate Professor at the Centre for the Study of Regional Development and Director of the North East India Studies Program, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

SHIVANGINI TANDON is a PhD researcher in the Department of History, University of Delhi. She has taught in several colleges including, Kirori Mal College, St Stephen’s College and Miranda House, University of Delhi.

ACHIN VANAIK is a former Professor of International Relations and Global Politics at the Department of Political Science, University of Delhi.

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