INCLUSIVE: Archive: Special Articles

ISSN: 2278-9758

 

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 14 - JANUARY 2019

  1. Cosmopolitical Theology: For a ChristianEthical Analysis and of Globalization? – Enrico L. Joseph
  2. Rene Coste and the Cosmopolitical Theology – Enrico L. Joseph

 

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 13 - JULY 2018

  1. Hindu Kingship and the Community Conflicts in Kashmir (1846-1931 A.D) – Amir Sultan Lone
  2. Sanitation Workers in Bhubaneswar City: Risks, Coping Strategies and Vulnerabilities – Nandini Sen
  3. Myriad Portrayals of the Idea of the Indian Society – Dr. Sandhya Pandit
  4. Re-presenting Images within the Household: A Study of the Buddhist Jᾱtakas, Therῑgᾱthᾱ and the Theragᾱthᾱ – Taniya Roy

 

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 12 - JANUARY 2018

  1. From Abandonment to Citizenship: Analysing the Success of the India- Bangladesh Land Boundary Agreement as a Desecuritisation Policy – Saniya Singh
  2. Revisiting Earliest Marathi Narrative of ‘Muslim Conquest’: Representations of ‘Musalmans’ in Mahikavatichi bakhar – Muphid Mujawar
  3. Bhaurao Patil’s Educational Work and Social Integration – Vikas Gupta
  4. Input - Output Analysis of Energy Sector of India: A Supply Side Analysis – Swati Pal

 

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 10-11 - JANUARY-JULY 2017

  1. Innovation and National Innovation Systems in the Context of Developing Economies – Anu Satyal
  2. Is housing policy always an answer to housing issues of new towns like Navi Mumbai: A case of informal spaces in modern India – Piu Chatterjee
  3. Leftist Agitation in Nadia: 1947-1957 – Subhasri Ghosh
  4. What to Eat and How to Treat: Myth and Reality in Contemporary India – Anirudh Deshpande
  5. Public Politics in End Times in West Bengal – Pratip Chattopadhyay
  6. Re-contextualizing the Medieval Indian Past: Vernacular Narrative Traditions – Skand Priya
  7. Post Independence Portrayal of Women in the Short Stories of Mannu Bhandari-Tradition and Modernity – Shruti Vip
  8. A Brutal Act of Terror: Rereading the Mahabharata’sSauptikaparvan – Rima Bhattacharya
  9. “Gandhiji, I have no homeland.”: Untouchables and Contested History – Shraddha Kumbhojkar
  10. Interface between Children’s Perceptions of Self and Social Class – Toolika Wadhwa

 

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 9 - JULY 2016

  1. The history of politics and the politics of history: colonial discourse and ‘post-colonial’ Indian modernity – Anirudh Deshpande
  2. A Country of Love Jihads and Honour Killings: Analysing Perceptions of Indian Adults on Inter-Religious Marriages – Toolika Wadhwa
  3. The Armenian Genocide: Pope Benedict XV and Ottoman Relations – Syed Uddin-Ahmed

 

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 8 - JANUARY 2016

  1. Musahar and Non-Formal Schooling: an Empirical Study in Patna – Rinki Chokhani
  2. Modi's Foreign Policy of Panchamrit: A Marxist Reaction – Pratip Chattopadhyay
  3. The Politics of the Hijab: A Comparison of French and American Views – Syed Uddin-Ahmed

 

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 7 - JULY 2015

  1. Crime and Punishment - The Problem of Willful Default in Indian Scenario and Its Resolution – Anu Satyal and Ashis Taru Deb
  2. A Measure of Courage: Towards a Dispassionate, Balanced and Critical Appraisal of The Indian National Army's Military History – Dr. Chandar S. Sundaram
  3. Acquiescence of Artificial Light – Shane Feyers
  4. Revisiting Ancient Sanskrit Texts: A Modern Interpretation – Rima Bhattacharya
  5. Mothers' Perceptions and Impact on Education: A Study of Rural China – Shruti Vip
  6. Role of Sufi Khanqahs in Promoting Tourism in Medieval India – Pardeep Kumar

 

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 6 - JANUARY 2015

  1. The problematic of social representation: who must write on Ambedkar, dalit history and politics? – Dr. Anirudh Deshpande
  2. Ethnic Paradigms in Anjum Hasan’s Lunatic in My Head – Gertrude Dondor Lamare
  3. Education in an Area of Conflict: Learners’ Reflections – Manisha Subba
  4. Rape in the Metropolis: the Geography of Crime in Delhi – Amitabh Vikram Dwivedi
  5. Women’s Empowerment and Panchayat System in the Era of Market Economy – Sekhar Sil
  6. Rabindranath Tagore: the poet communicator and opinion leader in Colonial Bengal – Siddhartha Chatterjee
  7. Consequences of Violence against Women on Their Health and Well-being: An Overview – Fatima Islahi & Nighat Ahmad
  8. Global Discourses & Teaching: Islam in World History – Syed S. Uddin-Ahmed

 

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 5 - JULY 2014

  1. Democratic Stability and Tumultuous Politics over Caretaker Govt. in Bangladesh – Chandrabali Das
  2. Liberal-Religious Ideology of Sufis and their role in the Development of Urban Centres in Medieval Rajasthan – Dr. Jibraeil
  3. Hindi Cinema and the Freedom Struggle: 1912-1947 – Manoj Sharma
  4. Urban Villages in Globalized India: Degenerative Growth Processes in Navi Mumbai – Piu Chatterjee
  5. Globalization as A Phase of Academic Capitalism - Some Reflections on the Centre-Periphery Divide – Shruti Vip
  6. Cancer and Family System - Networks, Support and Quality of Life – Sourav Madhur Dey

 

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 4 - JANUARY 2014

  1. Management, Organisation and Innovation in Indian Firms: A Case Study based on Enterprise Survey Data – Anu Satyal
  2. Interrogating 'New Local Governance': The West Bengal Experience – Arindam Roy
  3. Innocence Turning Ugly: Note on Politics around a Student Death in West Bengal – Pratip Chattopadhyay
  4. Use of Technology for Inclusive Governance – Prerna Wadikar
  5. In the Quest of Shakespeare – Rima Bhattacharya
  6. History of the Movement for the Donation of Posthumous Bodies – Sabyasachi Chatterjee
  7. Role of Community Policing - Issues, Perceived Goals, Benefits & Challenges – Sourav Madhur Dey
  8. The Incompleteness of Multiculturalist Agenda: Overlooking the Need for a Shared Identity – Sushila Ramaswamy

 

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 3 - JULY 2013

  1. Women’s Position in Sacral Literature: A Study of the Kuncitanghristavam – Radhika Seshan
  2. Nineteenth Century Colonial Ideology and The Codification of Criminal Law in India: Intrusion with Caution – Subhasri Ghosh
  3. Feeling National: Swadeshi Circus, Performance, and Building of National 'Self' – Mimasha Pandit
  4. Forests, Tribes and Food Crises: The Paharias and the Famine of 1770 – Urmita Roy
  5. Popular Perception of Nationalism: Peasants, Adivasis and the National Movement in Maldah 1920-1922 – Ashim Kumar Sarkar
  6. Religious Nationalism versus Cultural Nationalism – A crisis of Bangladesh – Chandrabali Das
  7. Food and Diet: Creating Nationalist Identity – Sabik Pandit

 

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 2 - DECEMBER 2012

  1. Reforms and Welfare: The Indian Scenario – Ajitava Raychaudhuri
  2. Re-figuring Global Narratives on Child Labour and Education: How much Safer is the School Option? – Anita Sheth & Elke de Buhr
  3. Patriarchal Modernity and the Resignification of the Sex Worker – Anuja Gupta
  4. Caste and the Middle-Class: Glimpses from Colonial Malabar – Sreejith K.
  5. Love and Sexuality in the Modern African Novel: Two Female Characters in the Lens of African Male Writers – EL Hassen Ould Ahmed
  6. Revisiting the Role of the Paraiyans in the Madras Presidency Army, c. 1801-1894 – Manas Dutta
  7. Performance as Subversion: Case Study of the Svang (Pantomime) of 20th Century Bengal – Mimasha Pandit
  8. Nanotechnology Ideology: Perfunctory Policies and Economic Impulse – Shane Feyers
  9. Women and Ecological Struggle: Some Reflections on Chipko and Appiko Movement – Shohini Chakraborty
  10. Right to Die: Slippery Slopes of Ethical Dialectics – Sourav Madhur Dey
  11. One Step Forward Two Steps Backward: A Historical Critique of Twentieth Century Decolonization – Dr. Anirudh Deshpande

 

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 1 - APRIL 2012

  1. The Indian Middle Class, The State and Development: An Enquiry into the Broad Claims of Shifts in Neo-Liberal India – Shaoni Shabnam
  2. Medical Pluralism and Myopic Public Health Policy: A Study of Memeri-I Block of Burdwan District Human Development with reference to Human Development – Arindam Roy
  3. Economic Integration and Development in South Asia: A Tale of Unfulfilled Promises – Pratip Chatterjee
  4. Structural Equivalence of Countries in the Worldwide FDI Flow Network and The Huntington Thesis – Amajit Basu