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- The Mirror and the Light by Hilary Mantel Nilanjana S Roy
- Plassey: The Battle that Changed the Course of Indian History
by Sudeep Chakravarti
Souvik Mukherjee
- 1971: A People’s History from Bangladesh, Pakistan and India
by Anam Zakaria
Tanweer Fazal
- Gandhi’s Hinduism: The Struggle Against Jinnah’s Islam
by M.J. Akbar
Mani Shankar Aiyar
- The Minority Conundrum: Living In Majoritarian Times edited
by Tanweer Fazal
Meera Rizvi
- Democratic Accommodations: Minorities in Contemporary India
by Peter Ronald deSouza, Hilal Ahmed, Mohd. Sanjeer Alam
Wajahat Habibullah
- My Son’s Inheritance: A Secret History of Lynching and Blood Justice in India by Aparna Vaidik Manisha Sethi
- The Lies that Bind: Rethinking Identity by Kwame Anthony Appiah Sukumar Muralidharan
- A Dominant Character: The Radical Science and Restless Politics of J.B.S. Haldane by Samanth Subramanian Ranjit Nair
- At Home in the World: The Art and the Life of Gulammohammed Sheikh written and edited by Chaitanya Sambrani Parul Dave-Mukherji
- A Chequered Brilliance: The Many Lives of V.K. Krishna Menon
by Jairam Ramesh
Shivshankar Menon
- 2019: How Modi Won India by Rajdeep Sardesai; Messiah Modi?
A Tale of Great Expectations
by Tavleen Singh
Harsh Sethi
- How to Lose a Country: The 7 Steps from Democracy to Dictatorship by Ece Temelkuran IP Khosla
- The Politics of Digital India: Between Local Compulsions and Transnational Pressures by Pradip Ninan Thomas Usha Raman
- Black Warrant: Confessions of a Tihar Jailor by Sunil Gupta and Sunetra Choudhury Mary Abraham
- American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins Anuradha Marwah
- My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell Mandakini Dubey
- The Alchemy of Secrets by Priya Balasubramanian Sonal Shah
- The Black Dwarves of the Good Little Bay by Varun Thomas Matthew Shalini Mukerji
- A History of Jeddah: The Gate to Mecca in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries by Ulrike Freitag Seema Alavi
- Shadow City: A Woman Walks Kabul by Taran N. Khan Anita Anand
- Borders of an Epidemic:COVID-19 and Migrant Workers edited by Ranabir Samaddar; Unlocking the Urban: Reimagining Migrant Lives in Cities Post-COVID-19 by Aajeevika Bureau; 32 Days and Counting: COVID-19 Lockdown, Migrant Workers, and the Inadequacy of Welfare Measures in India by Stranded Workers Action Network (SWAN) Latha Jishnu
- Hari Sankar Vasudevan (1952 – 2020): In memoriam Madhavan K Palat

MARY ABRAHAM is a research scholar at the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University. Her MPhil Dissertation was on the memoirs of women political prisoners of India.

MANI SHANKAR AIYAR was India’s first Consul-General in Karachi, 1978-82, and has published his Pakistan Papers (UBSPD, 1994)..

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

ANITA ANAND is a multi-media specialist, writer and painter. She is author of The Kabul Blogs: My Days in the Life of Afghanistan.

MANDAKINI DUBEY teaches English at Ashoka University. She lives in New Delhi.

TANWEER FAZAL is a Professor of Sociology at the University of Hyderabad. He is the author of Nation-state and Minority Rights: Comparative Perspectives on Sikh and Muslim Identities (Routledge, 2015), and the editor of, most recently, The Minority Conundrum: Living in Majoritarian Times (Penguin, 2020).

WAJAHAT HABIBULLAH is a former officer of the Indian Administrative Service (1968 batch from the Jammu & Kashmir cadre), and Randolph Jennings Fellow of the United States Institute of Peace (2003-4). He was India’s first Chief Information Commissioner (2005-10) and served as Chair of the National Commission of Minorities (2011-14). He is the author of My Kashmir: The Dying of the Light
(Penguin 2011).

LATHA JISHNU is an independent journalist and columnist who writes on the politics of development.

IP KHOSLA is a former Indian diplomat who now writes on globalisation and regional cooperation.

ANURADHA MARWAH is a novelist and playwright. Her publications include the dystopian novel Idol Love (1999) and the play Ismat’s Love Stories (2017).

SHIVSHANKAR MENON is a former Foreign Secretary and National Security Advisor to the Government of India. He is the author of Choices: Inside the Making of Indian Foreign Policy (Penguin Random House India, 2016).

SHALINI MUKERJI is an independent writer and editor, and a professional canine trainer. She runs an erratic blog at: https://fisheyedlens.wordpress.com/

PARUL DAVE-MUKHERJI is a Professor of Visual Studies and Art History at the School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India. Currently, she is co-editing with Partha Mitter and Rakhee Balaram a volume entitled 20th Century Indian Art (Thames and Hudson, forthcoming).

SOUVIK MUKHERJEE is an Assistant Professor of English at Presidency University, Kolkata. His main research interests are (the) Digital Humanities and Game Studies and is the author of two monographs: Videogames and Storytelling: Reading Games and Playing Books (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015) and Videogames and Postcolonialism: Empire Plays Back (Springer UK, 2017). He has also completed two digital archives on the Dutch cemetery in Chinsurah and the Scottisih cemetery in Kolkata.

SUKUMAR MURALIDHARAN teaches at the School of Journalism, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat.

RANJIT NAIR is Founding Director, Centre for Philosophy and Foundations of Science and President, World Institute of Advanced Studies, New Delhi.

MADHAVAN K PALAT specialised in Modern Russian History and taught Russian and European History at the Jawaharlal Nehru University from 1974 to 2004. He was Editor of the Selected Works of Jawaharlal Nehru from 2011 to 2019.

USHA RAMAN is a Professor of Communications at the University of Hyderabad and a columnist
for The Hindu.

MEERA RIZVI is a media content producer and researcher, specialising in information based shows.

NILANJANA S ROY is a novelist and a columnist for the Financial Times. She is the author of The Wildings (Aleph, 2012), The Hundred Names of Darkness (Aleph, 2013) and The Girl Who Ate Books (4th Estate, 2016)and has edited two anthologies.

HARSH SETHI is a former Consulting Editor of Seminar.

MANISHA SETHI teaches Sociology at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. She is the author of Kafkaland: Law, Prejudice and Counterterrorism in India (Three Essays).

SONAL SHAH is a freelance writer based in Delhi. She has worked as an editor at The Caravan and editor-in-chief of Time Out Delhi, and her writing can be read at www.sonalshah.in.

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