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This folder includes various text materials utilised by CSCS faculty for coursework at the Ph.D, M.A. and B.A. levels. Materials are in searchable image formats on .pdf, to be opened on Acrobat Reader, or in .doc format.

Vishwanathan, Gauri
Masks of Conquest:literary study and British rule in India/Gauri Vishwanathan;New Delhi:Oxford University Press,1989(1-22p)

A Writing Lesson: Musicology and the Birth of the Composer
Amanda Weidman,

Two Notions of Human Rights: Modern and Contemporary”, in Future of Human Rights

“Comparative Reflections on Human Rights in Asia”,in Human Rights in Asia, Routledge, 2006.

Geertz, Clifford
Thick Description:Toward an Interpretive Theory of Culture,in the Interpretation of Cultures.

"Fact and Law in Comparitive Perspective",in Local Knowledge.

Introduction: The Historical and Theoretical Background inThe jurisprudence of emergency : colonialism and the rule of law /Nasser Hussain; Ann Arbor: University of MichiganPress,2003. (1-33, 153-158 p.)

“Subject of Politics and the Politics of the Subject”,Differences 7(1), 1995.

“‘Bollywood’ 2004: the globalized freak show of what used to be cinema.” From Indian Cinema in the Time of Celluloid:from Bollywood to the emergency/ Ashish Rajadhyaksha; New Delhi: Tulika Books,2009.(50-68p)

“Thinking the law with and against Luhmann, Legendre and Agamben”, Law and Critique, 11, 2000.

“How does culture matter?”

Justice, Gender and the politics of multiculturalism (Cambridge: CUP, 2007), ch. 4

Hom Juridicus: On the Anthropological Function of the Law, Ch.6

Sources of the Self: The Making of the Modern Identity, (1989), Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.

The Contradictions of Music’s Modernity
Janaki Bakhle

“Human Rights and Human Difference”, Journal of Anthropological Research, 1997.

“A Writing Lesson: Musicology and the Birth of the Composer”
Amanda Weidman,

“The Gramophone comes to India”
Gerry Farrell.

"Music and Language”; “Origins”
Downing A.Thomas

A Short Historical Survey of the Music of Upper India

A rationale for science–policy interfaces,
Sybille van den Hove.

Achuthan,Asha.; Antony,T.;Agrahari,M.; and Gadagkar, R
Autonomy and Inter-Disciplinary Integration in Undergraduate Education - A Micro-study of Four Institutions in Bangalore. Higher Education Cell, CSCS, Bangalore. 2007

ANTI-SEMITISM ANDFASCIST PROPAGANDA in The stars down to earth and other essays on the irrational in culture/ Theodor W Adorno; London: Routledge, 1994 (218-231 p.)

Culture Industry Reconsidered in The culture industry :selected essays on mass culture/ Theodor W. Adorno; London: Routledge, 1991.(pp85-92)

Freudian Theory and the Pattern of Fascist Propoganda in The culture industry : selected essays on mass culture/ Theodor W Adorno; London: Routledge, 1991. (114-135 p.)

T. Adorno, on Benjamin's essay, Letter to Benjamin, Aesthetics and Politics. pp 120-126

Agamban, Giorgio
"Infancy and History: an essay on the destruction of experience." pp 11-65

Agamben, Giorgio
The Coming Community

Agamben, Giorgio
Potentialities: Collected Essays in Philosophy

Agamben, Giorgio
What is the Contemporary?

Agamben, Giorgio
Giorgio Agamben, Homo Sacer: Sovereign Power and Bare Life, Stanford University Press, 1995 (pp. 45-68)

Agamben, Giorgio
The State of Exception as a Paradigm of Government. In State of Exception, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005, pp. 1-31

Agamben, Giorgio
The Coming Community, pp. 43-46, 62-64, 78-86. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 1993.

Agarwal, Pawan
Towards Excellence-Higher Education in India.ICRIER. may 2006.

Agnes, Flavia
"State Control and Sexual Morality": The Case of the Bar Dancer of Mumbai. In Enculturing Law: new agendas for legal Pedagogy/ Edited by Mathew John; Sitharamam Kakarala. 2007.Tulika Books. (pages 158-175).

“Minority Identity and Gender Concerns” EPW:2006. page 3976

Akhil Gupta and James Ferguson
“Culture, Power, Place: Ethnography at the End of an Era”

Akhtar, Salman
"Introduction" in Freud Along the Ganges: Psychoanalytic Reflections on the People and Culture of India. pp 3-25

Aktor, Mikael
Smrtis and Jatis: The Ritualisation of Time and the Continuity of the Past’, in Invoking the Past, Daud Ali ed., New Delhi ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1999, pp. 258-279.

Alam, Javeed
‘Tradition Under Stress’ From. India: Living With Modernity, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1999, pp. 169-190.

Alan Watson
"Legal Change:Sources of Law and Legal Culture",University of Pennsylvania Law Review Vol.131(5)Apr.,1983 pp 1121-1157

India and the Colonial Mode of Production

Alawi, Hamza
'India and the Colonial Mode of Production', in Utsa Patnaik ed. Agrarian Relations and Accumulation: The 'Mode of Production' Debate in India (Bombay: Sameeksha Trust/Delhi: OUP, 1990) pg 160-197

Alea, Tomas C
The Viewer's Dialectic. pages 108-127.

Altbach, Philip G
The Imperial Tongue: English as the Dominating Academic Language. EPW, Sept 8, 2007. pp 3608-3611.

Alternative Law Forum
Of Master Plans, Laws and Illegalities in an Era of Transition

Alternative Law Forum (ALF)
Commentary on Public Broadcast Bill 2007

Althusser, Louis
"Ideology and Ideological State Apparatuses".Cultural Theory and Popular Culture: a Reader. John Storey. New york (pages 151-162)

American Anthropological Association
AAA statements on universal human rights, Dec 1947

American Anthropological Association
Statements on Human Rights; June 1999.

Amin, Shahid
“Gandhi as Mahatma: Gorakhpur District, Eastern UP, 1921”In. Sub-altern studies III.

An answer to the question: What is enlightenment?
Immanuel Kant.

WiCTV. From '“In the Shade of the Commons: Towards a Culture of Open Networks', (ISBN-90-806-4523-0), published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 Netherlands License.

Representing Texts and Cultures - Translation Studies and Ethnography. pages 47-86.


Science. A commentary on the term "science"

Case Study: Mohd. Ahmed Khan Vs. Shah Bano Begum, 1985 SCC (2) 556

Quality Assurance in Mental Health. vol-2. Check-lists and Glossaries. vol.2. WHO. 1994

Quality Assurance in Mental Health Care. vol-1. Check-lists and Glossaries- vol.1.Who 1994.

Note for subtheme-Pedagogies for Gender Studies

India- Country Summary of Higher Education

"Key Points emerging from the Consultation". Interventions in the field of Womens Studies.

Participants GECP

Key Recommendations of the Consultation.

DEVHAS Asia-Link Project

Playblog: Pornography, Performance and Cyberspace. This article provides an analytical framework into understanding the anxieties and the logics that have gone behind the framing laws concerning pornography.An external Link is given.

Participants GS

Science and Technology Education in India. Excerpted from the India Science Report, Science Education, Human Resources and Public attitude towards Science and Technology.

Kuvempu University-Draft Report on Institutional Accreditation. December 2001.

Anveshi Law Committee
ALC- Hyderabad;“Is Gender Justice only a Legal Issue? The Political Stakes in the Uniform Civil Code Debate”. EPW; March 1997; pages 453-458

Appadurai, Arjun
Number in the Colonial Imagination

Appiah, Anthony
Chapter 3.The Demands of Identity. In the Ethics of Identity. Princeton Univ. Press. 2005. pages 62-113 & 295-305.

Arab knowledge report 2009.

Nicomachean Ethics,translated by Terence Irwin;Indianapolis;Hackett Pub.Co.,1999 (88-98)

Nicomachean ethics,Book Six, Chapter Six/Aristotle; Indianapolis:Hackett Pub. Co.,1999 (88-98, 238-255 p.)

Arnold, David
“The Colonial Prison: Power, Knowledge and Penology in Nineteenth Century India”, Subaltern Studies VIII, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1994, pp. 148-187

Arrighi, Giovanni
'Hegemony Unravelling - 2', New Left review 33, May-June 2005

Arrighi, Giovanni
'Hegemony Unravelling - 1', New Left Review 32, March-April 2005

Arrighi, Giovanni
The Social and Political Economy of Global Turbulence: New Left Review 20, March-April 2003

Ashish Nandy
Time Warps:The Insistent Politics of Silent and Evasive Pasts(1-12p)

Austin, John.
Session 3, The Province of Jurisprudence Determined, Ch. 1; CUP 1995. (first published 1832).

Back to the Pre-Socratics: The Presidential Address,
Karl R. Popper

The New organon, and related writings/ Francis Bacon; Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Co. Inc., 1960. (vii-xxxviii p.)

Bagchi, Amiya Kumar
The Other Side of Foreign Investment by Imperial Powers: Transfer of Surplus from Colonies, Economic & Political Weekly, v 27 n 3 June 8, 2002 pp 2229-2238

Balagangadhara S.N
The Heathen in His Blindness

Balagangadhara, S.N.
“On Experience Occluding Structures".

Balagangadhara, S.N.
Comparative Anthropology and Action Sciences: An Essay on Knowing to Act and Acting to Know. 1987. philosophica 40. no. 2 pp 77-107.

Balagopal, K.
'Rich Peasant, Poor Peasant', Seminar, n. 352, Farmer Power (December 1988)

Agrarian Struggle EPW v.xxi,n 32,Aug 9,1986(1401-1405P)

Balakrishnan, Pulapre
Higher Education Needs a Longer View. EPW. August 12, 2006. pp 3458-3459.

Balibar, Etienne.
Culture and Democracy: Session 4, “Citizen Subject” In Eduardo Cadava, Peter Connor and Jean-Luc Nancy, eds., Who Comes After the Subject?, pp. 33-57. New York: Routledge, 1991. Essays translated by James B. Swenson. Jr, from French.

Balkin,J. M.
Understanding Legal Understanding: The Legal Subject and the Problem of Legal Coherence, The Yale Law Journal, Vol. 103, No. 1 (Oct., 1993)

Ban on blogspot
Following the train blasts in Mumbai in July 2006, the government of India found a blog on blogspot speaking against the nation and it banned blogspot as a whole. This blog entry provides a background to the ban and helps us with further discussions on cyberspace and cityspace.

'East' meeting 'West'. pages 30-33

'East' meeting 'West'.pages 14-19

Banerjee, Prathama
‘Conclusion’, Politics of Time : ‘Primitives’ And History-writing in a Colonial Society, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006, pp. 236-248.

Banerjee, Prathama
‘Debt, Time and Extravagance’, Politics of Time : ‘Primitives’ And History-writing in a Colonial Society, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006, pp. 119-157.

Banerjee, Prathama
‘Introduction’, Politics of Time : ‘Primitives’ And History-writing in a Colonial Society, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006, 1-39.

Banerjee, Sudeep
What Ails Higher Education in India.Text of speech at 4th annual Convocation of MANIT, Bhopal. April 20, 2007.

Bangalore University
Draft Report on Institutional Accreditation. 26 pages

Barthes Roland
Writing Degree Zero

Barthes, Roland
What is Writing? In. Writing Degree Zero. Hill and Wang. 1968. pp- 9-18.

Barthes, Roland
Political Modes of Writing. In. Writing Degree Zero. Hill and Wang. 1968. pp- 19-28.

Basu, Alaka Malwade
Are Millennium Development Goals Relevant for Academic Research? EPW-October.2007 pages 4235-4238

Basu, Amit Ranjan
The Coming of Psychoanalysis in Colonial India. Bengali Writings of Dr. Girindrasekhar Bose; Culture and the Disciplines: Papers from the cultural studies workshop/ Tapti Guha Thakurta. Centre for the Studies in Social Sciences no. 5. 1999. pages 36-54

Baxi Upendra
Human Rights in a posthuman world

Baxi Upendra
Enculturing Law:"Some Unphilosophic Remarks"

Baxi, Upendra
“People’s Law, Development and Justice”, In. The Crisis of Indian Legal System, Vikas 1982. Ch. 11. pp 328-347.

Baxi, Upendra
“Constitutionalism as a Site of State Formative Practices”, 21 Cardozo L. Rev. 1183*1210. February, 2000.

Baxi, Upendra
Outline of a Theory of Practice of Indian Constitutionalism. In. Politics and Ethics of the Indian Constitution. (2008)

Baxi, Upendra
The Little Done, the Vast Undone: Reflections on Reading Granville Austin’s The Indian Constitution. Journal of the Indian Law Institute. vol 9. (1967)

Baxi, Upendra
The (Im)possibility of Constitutional Justice: Seismographic Notes on Indian Constitutionalism. In Indias Living Constitution. (2002) pp 31-47.

Baxi, Upendra
Preliminary Notes on Transformative Constitutionalism. BISA Conference: Courting Justice-II. April 27-29. 2008

"Human Rights-Modern and Contemporary".Ch.2.

Bayly, C.A.
'Beating the Boundaries: South Asian History c. 1700-1850', in Sugata Bose (ed.) South Asia and World Capitalism (Delhi: OUP, 1990) pg 27-39

Belsey, Catherine
What's Real?: Butler, Fish, and Lyotard. In Culture and the Real. Routledge. 2005. pp 1-19.

Benjamin, Walter
On the Concept of History

Benjamin, Walter
Epistemo-Critical Prologue to The origin of german tragic drama/ Walter Benjamin; New York: Verso, 1998 (27-56 p.)

"The Work of Art in the age of Mechanical Reproduction",from Illuminations pp 219-253

Berlin, Isaiah
“The Concepts of Freedom: Romantic and Liberal.” (from Political Ideas in the Romantic Age: Their Rise and Influence on Modern Thought, London: Chatto and Windus, 2006)

Berman,Harold J
"The Background of the Western Legal Tradition in the Folklaw of the Peoples of Europe"University of Chicago Law Review 1978.Vol.45(3)pp.553-597

Bhattacharya, Neeladri
Notes Towards a Conception of the Colonial Public. In. Civil society, public sphere, and citizenship: dialogues and perceptions. ed. Rajeev Bhargava. sage publications. 2005. pages 130-156.

Bhattacharya, Neeladri
'Remaking Custom: The Discourse and Practice of Colonial Codification', in R. Champakalakshmi and S. Gopal (eds), Tradition, Dissent and Ideology: Essays in Honour of Romila Thapar, Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1996, pp. 20-51

Bhattacharya, Sabyasachi
Chapter 12 - Tagore's reflections on Non-cooperation and Cooper­ation. In. The Mahatma and the Poet: letters and debates between Gandhi and Tagore, 1915-1941. ed. and translated by S. Battacharya. NBT 2001. pp- 54-92.

Boden,Margaret. A
The Mystery of Creativity. In. The Creative Mind:Myths and Mechanisms.Basic books, 1991. pages 1-41.

Bose, Girindrasekhar
Excerpts from Yoga-Sutras. The Indian Psychoanalytic Society; Calcutta pp 1-134.

Bose, Girindrasekhar
Excerpts from "A New Theory of Mental Life". Indian Psychoanalytical Society. ed. T.C. Sinha. Samiksha 1996, vol. 20; no. 1. 1966. pp 1-105

Bose, Sugata
'The World Economy and Regional Economies in South Asia', in Sugata Bose (ed.) South Asia and World Capitalism (Delhi: OUP, 1990) pg 357-362

Bose, Sugata
'Introduction', in Sugata Bose (ed.) South Asia and World Capitalism (Delhi: OUP, 1990) pg 1-17

Bose-Freud Correspondence
The Beginnings of Psychoanalysis in India: Bose-Freud Correspondence. Indian Psychoanalytical Society, Calcutta-1964.

Braun, Bruce
Biopolitics and the Molecularization of Life


Building trust between science and society A Scientist GÇÖs Manifesto.

Business of Borderless Education (Summary of Report)

Business of Culture in India 2008
Report commissioned by CIDASIA

Butler, J.
"Subjection,Resistance,Resignification:Between Freud and Foucault."

Butler, Judith
Antigone’s Claim,: Kinship between life and death.. New York: Columbia University Press. 2000. pp. 1-25

Butler, Judith
Antigone's Claim (extract)

Butler,J., Laclau,E., Zizek,S.
Contingency,Hegemony,Universality:Contemporary Dialogues on the Left,pp11-43

CultureAsia 2008: Conference Report

When The Host Arrived: A Report on the Problems and Prospects for the Exchange of Popular Cultural Commodities with India

Handbook.Centre for the study of Culture and Society.July 2006

Institutional Collaborations: Report on the First Workshop.June 19, 2008. Higher Education Cell, CSCS and SRTT.

Concept note for Consultation.Higher Education Cell, CSCS: Regional Languages Resources Initiative.

Institutional Collaborations: Concept Note. First Workshop- June 19, 2008. Higher Education Cell, CSCS and SRTT

Institutional Collaborations: Schedule. First Workshop- June 19, 2008. Higher Education Cell, CSCS and SRTT.

Report-GECP, CSCS Higher Education Cell.

Report of the Two-day workshop on the “Future of Higher Education in India”. February 20-21, 2006. 12 pages.

Strategy Paper Part 1- Version for Consultation. Higher Education: A strategy Paper for the Sri Ratan Tata Trust, Mumbai. FEB, 2006. 26 pages.

Report of the Consultation on “Strategies for Higher Education”. HEC, CSCS. November 2006.

CSCS Annual Report 2008-09

Calvino, Italo
Reading a wave.

Caste, Gender and Indian Feminism
Anupama Rao

Chakrabarti, Anjan and S.Cullenberg
Chapter 1. Redrawing the boundary of Transition and Development in India.In Transition and Development in India, pp. 1-24. New York and London: Routledge.

Chakrabarti, Anjan and S. Cullenberg
Extract from chapter 7: Class and need. Transition and Development in India, pp.197-200. New York and London: 2003 Routledge.

Chakrabarty, Dipesh
“Two histories of Capital” in Provincializing Europe: Postcolonial Thought and Historical Difference, pp. 47-71. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Chakrabarty, Dipesh
Epilogue: Reason and the Critique of Historicism. In Provincializing Europe. Princeton University Press. 2006. pages 237-255.

Chakrabarty, Dipesh
‘Subaltern Histories and Post-Enlightenment Rationalism’ Habitations of Modernity – essays in the wake of Subaltern Studies, New Delhi: Permanent Black, 2002, pp. 20-37.

Chakrabarty, Dipesh
Postcoloniality and the Artifice of History: Who Speaks for 'Indian' Pasts?. Reperesentations. no. 37. special Issue: Imperial Fantasies and Postcolonial Histories.1992. pages 1-26.

Chanana, Karuna
Globalisation, Higher Education and Gender: Changing Subject Choices of Indian Women Students. EPW, February 17, 2007. pages 590-598.

Chandra, Sudhir
Rukhmabai and Her Case In. Enslaved Daughters, OUP, 1999.

Chandrasekhar,C.P. and Jayati Ghosh
The Market that Failed: A Decade of Neoliberal Economic Reforms in India (New Delhi: Leftword Books, 2006), pg 1-41, 165-174)

Chang, Hsiao-hung.
‘Fake logos, fake theory, fake globalization’, Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, Volume 5, Number 2, 2004.pages 222-236

Chatterjee, Bankim
An extract from the essay "An Enquiry into the Meaning of Dharma- Appendix B. pages 238-247.

Chatterjee, Bankim
What is Dharma. pages 46-47

Chatterjee, Partha
The Decision. In. The Princely Impostor: The Kumar of Bhawal and the Secret History of Indian Nationalism, Delhi: Permanent Black, 2004, pp. 342-366 & 404-406

Chatterjee, Partha
The Modern Social Sciences in India. 14 pages.

Chatterjee, Partha
“Communities and the Nation” in The Partha Chatterjee Omnibus, pp. 220-239. New Delhi: OUP. 1999.

Chatterjee, Partha
“The Colonial State,” The Nation and its Fragments: Colonial and Post Colonial Histories, Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1994, pp. 14-34.

Chatterjee, Partha
Chapter 1. The Princely Impostor: The Kumar of Bhawal and the Secret History of Indian Nationalism, Delhi: Permanent Black, 2004, pp. 1-14

Chatterjee, Partha
The Identity Puzzle.Chapter 8. In. The Princely Impostor: The Kumar of Bhawal and the Secret History of Indian Nationalism, Delhi: Permanent Black, 2004, pp. 115-137

Chatterjee, Partha
“Secularism and Toleration,” Rajeev Bhargava (ed.), Secularism and its critics, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1998, pp. 345-379

Chatterjee, Partha
‘Empire After Globalization’, Economic and Political Weekly, September 11, 2004

Chatterjee, Partha
“The Cunning of Reason” in Nationalist Thought and the Colonial World: A Derivative Discourse, pp. 167-171. New Delhi: OUP. 1986.

Chatterjee, Partha
Nationalist Thought and the Colonial World, 1986, chs 1 & 2

Chatterjee, Partha
“The Thematic and the Problematic”. In. National Thought and the Colonial World.chapter 2.pages 36-53.

Chatterjee, Partha.
Politics of the Governed: Reflectiions in popular politics in most of the world.Chapters 1&2. New Delhi. Permanent Black. 2004. pages 3-52.

Chatterjee, Partha.
Culture and Democracy: Session 4,“Beyond the Nation, or Within?” In Civil Society and Democracy: A Reader. ed.Carolyn M Elliott. New Delhi, OUP. 2003. pages 134-144.

Politics of the governed;Reflections on Popular Politics in most of the world.

Chatterji, Basudev
chapter 2: Britain, India and the World Economy 1919-1939. In Trade, Tariffs and Empire; Delhi and New York: Oxford University Press. 1992.pages 37-101

Chen, Kuan-Hsing
“Why is ‘great reconciliation’ impossible? De-Cold War/Decolonization, or Modernity and its Tears”. Part 1/Part2. Inter Asia Cultural Studies. vol.3; no.1/no. 2. 2002. pages 77-100 & 235-252.

Chenny, G.R; B.B.Ruzzi; and K. Muralidharan
A Profile of the Indian Education System. Paper prepared for the New Commission on the skills of the American Workforce. National Centre on Education and Economy. 2005

Ching, Leo
‘Globalizing the Regional, Regionalizing the Global: Mass Culture and Asianism in the Age of Late Capital’, Public Culture 12(1): 233–257

Chomsky, Noam
“Science/Rationality.” Papers- special issue. 1995.

Claus, Peter J.
The Drama Unfolds:Tuluva Myths and Ritual in its Western Stage. California State University, Hayward.

Client's Perspective in Menatal health

Clifford, James
On Ethnographic Authority. Representations, no. 2. 1983. pages 118-146.

Cohn, Bernard
“Law and the Colonial State in India,” Colonialism and its Forms of Knowledge, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1996, pp.57-75 & 170-174.

Cohn, Bernard
“Law and the Colonial State in India” from Colonialism and its forms of Knowledge.pages 57-75.

Comaroff, John L.
“Colonialism, Culture and the Law: A Foreword. Law and Social Inquiry 2001.

Connolly E William
Reworking the Democratic Imagination

Contours of the Emergent Knowledge Society: Theoretical Debate and Implications for HigherEducation Research.
Egbert de Weert

Contraceptive Research
Vineeta Bal

Coombs, Rosemary. J.
Contingent Articulations: A Critical Cultural Studies of Law. Law in the Domains of Culture/ edited by Austin Sarat and Thomas R Kearns. University of Micigan Press. 2000. pages 21-64

Cooper, Frederick
‘Postcolonial Studies and the Study of History’ in Postcolonial Studies and Beyond, Ania Loomba, Suvir Kaul, Matti Bunzl, Antoinette Burton, and Jed Esty,ed, Duke University Press, 2005, pp. 401-438.

Courtesans,Military Musicians and Shi'a Ideology in Nineteenth Century Lucknow
Adrian McNeil

Creative Economy Report 2008

Crocker, D.
“Functioning and Capability: The Foundations of Sen’s and Nussbaum’s Development Ethic” in Political Theory, Vol. 20, No. 4., pp. 584-612

Cultural Rights and Cultural Diversity Convention

Cyclical Interaction at the Science-Industry Interface,

D'Souza, Errol
Contractual Arrangements in Academia: Implications for Performance. EPW, May 22, 2004. pages 2165-2168

Dadhich, Naresh.
Indian Science Experiment. EPW, May 22, 2004. pages- 2181-2184.

Das, Veena
The figure of the Abducted women: the Citizen as Sexed?. Life and Words: Violence and the Descent into the Ordinary, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2007, pp. 18-37

Das, Veena
“Communities as Political Actors: The Question of Cultural Rights”. In. Gender and Politics in India. ed. by Nivedita Menon. OUP. 1999.pp 441-471

Das, Veena
The Mythological Film and its Framework of Meaning: An Analysis of Jai Santoshi Ma.India International Center Quarterly, Special Issue. vol.8, no.1. 1981. pp 43-56.

Dasgupta, Probal
Language,Public Space and an Educated Imagination.EPW, may 22, 2004. pages 2169-2173.

Davidson, Donald
On the Very Idea of a Conceptual Scheme. Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association. vol 47;1973-1974. pages 5-20

Deepa, A
Lens on Education: autonomy comes closer but debates persist. article funded by IAEF.

Delanty Gerard
Beyond Constructivism and Realism

Delanty, Gerard
Positivism, Science and the Politics of Knowledge.In. Social Science: beyond constructivism and realism. Univ. of Minnesota Press. 1997. pp- 11-38.

Derrida, Jacques
"Structure, Sign, and Play in the Discourse of the Human Sciences" Writing and Difference, trans. Alan Bass. London: Routledge, 1978. 351-370 pp.

“Geopsychoanalysis: “ … and the rest of the world” in Christopher, L. (ed.) The Psychoanalysis of Race, pp.65-90

Deshpande, Satish
Exclusive Inequalities: Merit,Caste and Discrimination in Indian Higher Education Today. EPW, June 17, 2006. pp 2438-2444

Squinting at Society,in Contemporary India;a sociological view/Satish Deshpande;New Delhi:Penguin Books,2003 (1-47,177-181pp)

Devika, J.
Being in-translation in a post-colony: Translating feminism in Kerala State, India. Centre for Development Studies. Thiruvanathapuram.

Devika, J.
A quick historical survey of the translation of social scientific concepts into Malayalam. 3 pages.

Dewey, Clive
"The Government of India's 'New Industrial Policy', 1900-1925: Formation and Failure." In Economy and Society: Essays in Indian Economic and Social History, edited by K.N. Chaudhuri and Clive Dewey. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1979 (pg 215-257)

Dhanagare, D.N
Practising Sociology Through History: The Indian Experience II. EPW, August 2007. pages 3499-3508.

Dhanagare, D.N
Practising Sociology Through History The Indian Experience- I. EPW August, 2007. pages 3414-3421.

Dhanda, Amita
"Insanity, Gender and Law" in Social Reform, Sexuality and the State, ed. P. Uberoi, 1996, New Delhi: Sage.

Dhareshwar, Vivek
Postcolonial in the Postmodern, or the Political after Modernity.EPW, July 29. 1995. PE104- PE112.

Dhareshwar, Vivek
Chapter 18 - Politics and History after Sovereignty. pages 401-422.

Dhareshwar, Vivek,1996.
“Trial of the Pagans” in Cultural Dynamics Vol. 8, No. 2.

Dhareshwar, Vivek.
Culture and Democracy: Session 5. “Caste and the Secular Self”; In Journal of Arts and Ideas, no. 25,26. December 1993. Pages 119-126.

Dhareshwar,Vivek. and R. Srivatsan
Culture and Democracy: Session 4, “‘Rowdy-Sheeters’: An Essay on Subalternity and Politics.”pages 201-231

Dirks, Nicholas
“The Policing of Tradition: Colonialism and Anthropology in Southern India”, Comparative Studies in Society and History, 39, no 1 (1997): 187-212.

Dodd, Maya
Archives of Democracy: Technologies of Witness in Literatures on Indian Democracy Since 1975, Unpublished PhD Thesis, Stanford University, 2006, pp. 9-40, 102-148

Dongchao, Min
Translation as Crossing Borders - A Case Study of the Translations of the Word 'Feminism' into Chinese by CSWS.

Dr.Manmohan Singh
Budget Speech of Manmohan Singh, Minister of Finance,Budget 1991-92

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Economic Fundamentals of the Knowledge Society
Paul A. David and Dominique Foray,

Economist, The
Free Degrees to Fly: A special report on Higher Education. In the Economist; February 26, 2005. pp 63-65

Edelman, Gerald M.
“Forms of Knowledge: The Divorce between Science and the Humanities” & “Repairing the Rift” in Second Nature: Brain Science and Human Knowledge – Yale University Press: New Haven and London – pp. 68-87.

Emergence of the Political Subject, Sage Publications
Ranabir Samaddar

England, Paula
"Separative and Soluble Selves: Dichotomous thinking in Economics",Marianne A Feber and Julie Nelson eds.Feminist Economics Today: Beyond Economic Man.pages 33-59.

England, Paula and Nancy Folbre
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Escobar, Arturo
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Moore, Sally Falk.
Certainties Undone: Fifty Turbulent Years of Legal Anthropology, 1949-1999 Sally Falk Moore The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute > Vol. 7, No. 1 (Mar., 2001), pp. 95-116

Moriss, Sebastian
OBC Reservations in Higher Education: Are They Worth All the Trouble? EPW 2006. page 2701.

Mulvey, Laura; 1989; Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema; Visual and Other Pleasures; Bloomington; Indiana University Press; 14-26

Music and Mediation: Towards a New Sociology of Music
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Musicology, Anthropology, History
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“Complexity of Universalism in Human Rights”, in Human Rights with modesty: the problem of universalism 2004.

New Methdology of Assessment and Accreditation.2007. National Assessment and Accreditation Council, India.

NAAC procedure and Criteria for assessment.

National Science and Social Science Foundation.November 2006

Recommendations submitted in 2007.National Knowledge Commission.

Recommendations on Vocational Education and Training. Annexures 1, 2, and 3. December 2006.

Note on Higher Education. 29 November, 2006.

Brief of Recommendations by National Knowledge Commission in 2007.

Nagasaila, D. and Suresh.V
Can Right to Education be a Fundamental Right? EPW, November 7 , 1992. pages 2442-2443

"What is it like to be a Bat" in The Philosophical Review LXXXIII,4,pp.435-50

Nair, Janaki.
Women and Law in Colonial India: A Social History.1996. kali for Women. Chapter. 2. pages 19-48.

Nair, Janaki.
Women and Law in Colonial India: a social History. chapter3. 1996

Nair, Janaki.
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Nair, Janaki.
“Social Municipalism and the New Metropolis’ in Mary E. John et al (eds.), Contested Transformations: Changing Economies and Identities in Contemporary India, New Delhi: Tulika Books, 2006, pp. 125-146

Nairn, Tom
‘The Twilight of the British State’, New Left Review 101-102 (1977)

Nancy, Jean-Luc
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Nancy, Jean-Luc.
Finite History. From. The Birth to Presence. (Translated by Brian Holmes). Stanford Univ. Press. 1993. pages 143-166 & 408-410.

Nandini Bhattacharya-Panda,
‘The Tradition of the Dharmasastras and Invention of Hindu Law in Early Colonial Bengal’,

Nandy Ashish
New Cosmopolitanisms

Nandy Ashish
"Enculturing Law:Some Unphilosophic Remarks"

Nandy, Ashis
The Romance of the State: and the fate of dissent in the tropics.

Nandy, Ashis
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Nandy, Ashis
"The Savage Freud" in Bonfire of Creeds: The Essential Ashis Nandy.2004 (pages 339-393)

Nandy, Ashis
"Towards an Alternative Politics of Psychology" in Bonfire of Creeds: The Essential Ashis Nandy, 2004 (pages 324-338)

Nandy, Ashis
The making and unmaking of Political Cultures in India. In Exiled at Home. N.Delhi OUP. 1998. pages 47-69

Nandy, Ashis
The Twilight of Certitudes: Secularism, Hindu Nationalism and other masks of Deculturation. In The Romance of the state and the Fate of Dissent in the Tropics. N Delhi. OUP 2002 pages 61-82

Nandy, Ashis
‘History’s Forgotten Doubles’ in Ashis Nandy ed. The Romance of the State, and the fate of Dissent in the Tropics, New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2002, pp. 83-109.

Nandy, Ashis
Indian Popular Cinema as a slums eye view of Politics. In The Secret Politics of Our Desires: Innocence, Culpability and Indian popular Cinema. 1991. pages 1-18.In continuing with readings on the city, this article by Ashis Nandy provides an insight into how the poor view the cinema and their aspirations in the city

Nandy, Ashish
Defiance and Conformity in Science: The Identity of Jagadish Chandra Bose. In Science Studies; vol:2;no.1 pages:31-85. 1972

“Towards New Cosmopolitanism”, Inter-asia cultural studies 1998.

"State" in Development Dictionary,ed.,Wolfgang Sachs(1991)pp.352-366

Naregal, Veena.
Cable communications in Mumbai: integrating corporate interests with local and media networks. Contemporary South Asia (2000) 9(3), 289–314

Narrain, Sidharth
Talk by Sidharth Narrain: Text 2. Notes for CSCS Presentation: History of Indian Broadcasting Reform ( Sevanti Ninan and India Report- Bilbao).

Nayyar, Deepak
Globalisation:What Does It Mean For Higher Education? EPW December 15, 2007. pages 30-35.

Nelson, Cary
Problematizing Interpretation: Some opening Questions. In. Theory in Classroom. Urbana 1986. pp 3-8.

Nelson, Cary. and Lawrence Grossberg
Can the subaltern speak?/ Marxism and the interpretation of culture.Nelson, Cary. and Lawrence Grossberg. eds.University of Illinois Press. 1988. pages 271-313.

Neoliberalism, higher education and the knowledge economy: from the free market to knowledge capitalism
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The Will to Power/Friedrich Nietzsche; New York: Vintage Books,1967. (35-39 p.)

Nigam, Sanjay
, "Disciplining and Policing the `Criminals by Birth' Part 2: The Development of the Disciplinary System, 1871-1900", The Indian Economic and Social History Review, 2 (1990), pp. 257-287

Imagining India: Ideas for The New Century, 2008, pg 38-61, 150-175, 258-282 and 363-383.

Niranjana, Tejaswini
Mobilizing India: Women, Music and Migration between India and Trinidad, pp. 1-15. Durham and London: Duke University Press. 2006.

Niranjana, Tejaswini.; P.Sudheer and Vivek Dhareswar.
Introduction.From. Interrogating Modernity: Culture and colonialism in India. eds. Tejaswini Niranjana, P.Sudheer and Vivek Dhareswar. Seagul, 1993. pages- 1-18.

Nora, Pierre
Between Memory and History: Les Lieux de Mémoire from Representations, No. 26, Special Issue: Memory and Counter-Memory. (Spring, 1989). pages 7-24.

Norm and performance in everyday femininity
Susie Tharu

Robert E. LUCAS, Jr.

Osterheld, von Joachim
November 2006. Analysen: Südasien - Geschichte & Religion Muslim Response to the Educational Policy of the Central Provinces and Berar Government (1937 - 1939). The Congress Educational Policy and the Vidya Mandir Scheme.

Paine, Thomas
'Of Constitutions' from Rights of Man,Ch.4.pp.238-265

Palit, Sakal.K
Development of Engineering and Technical Education in India. Global Journal of Engineering Education. Vol.2; no. 3, 1998. pages 317-326

Pappu, Rekha
Woman's Studies in India: An Overview. Baseline Survey of Women's Studies. Higher Education Cell.Bangalore. July 2008

Partha Chatterjee
Politics of the Governed

Patel, Sujata
Higher Education at the Crossroads. EPW. May 22, 2004. pp- 2151-2154.

Patnaik Prabhat
Democracy as a site of class struggle

Patnaik, Prabhat
‘The Accumulation Process in the Period of Globalization’, Economic & Political Weekly, June 28, 2008

Patnaik, Utsa
'Introduction', in Utsa Patnaik (ed.) Agrarian Relations and Accumulation: The 'Mode of Production' Debate in India (Mumbai: Sameeksha Books/New Delhi: OUP, 1990), pg 1-10

Agrarian Relations and Accumalation:The'Mode of Production'Debate in India.(1-10p)

Pearson, M.N.
'The Modern World System Theory', in M.N. Pearson, Before Colonialism: Theories on Asian-European relations, 1500-1750 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1988) (1-31 p.)

PhD Proposal

Pinney, Christopher
Epilogue:The Recursive Archive

Pinney, Christopher
Photos of the Gods:the printed image and political struggle in India, Christopher Pinney,New Delhi: Oxford University Press,2004(181-210p)

Pinney, Christopher
“Introduction: The Possibility of a Visual History.” 2004. From Photos of the Gods: The Printed Image and Political Struggle in India, 1-7 & 105-145. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Pinney, Christopher
“The Politics of Popular Images: From Cow Protection to M.K. Gandhi, 1890-1950.” In Photos of the Gods: The Printed Image and Political Struggle in India, 1-7 & 105-145. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Pinney, Christopher
The Coming of Photography in India (Proof). British Library, 2008.

Pinney, Christopher
"Indian Images Under the Shadow of Colonialism". Chapter 1, From Photo of Gods: The Printed Image and Political Struggle in India. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.pages 13-24

Pinney, Christopher
Towards the Space of the Beholder.

Pinney, Christopher
Colonialism and Culture. In Tony Bennett and John Frow eds. The Sage Handbook of Cultural Analysis. Page 382-405. 2008

Pinney, Christopher
The Accidental Ramdevji

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Trans. G. M. A. Grube; From John M. Cooper (ed.), Plato: Complete Works, Hackett Publishing Company, 1997

Pocock, J.G.A.
The Problem and its Modes. From The Machiavellian Moment: Florentine Political Thought and the Republican Atlantic Tradition. Princeton Univ. Press. 2003. pages- 1-80.

“Cosmopolitanism and Vernacular in History”

Polya, G
How to Solve it: a new Aspect of Mathematical Method.2nd ed. Printice Hall, India. 2005. pages 1-36.

Popejoy, Thomas
Fingerprints and Blankness: "Personal Identification" and Proof of Appearance in Modern Sovereign Power and Political Thought

“Knowledge: Subjective versus Objective” in Popper Selections – ed. David Miller – Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Positioning the Big Idea.
Sethi and Ahluwalia

Pottage, Alain
‘Introduction: The Fabrication of Persons and Things’, from Alain Pottage and Martha Mundy (eds.), Law, Anthropology and the Constitution of the Social, Cambridge University Press, 2004

Prakash, Om
'Bullion for Goods: International Trade and the Economy of Early Eighteenth Century Bengal', in Om Prakash, Bullion for Goods: European and Indian Merchants in the Indian Ocean Trade 1500-1800, New Delhi: Manohar, 2004, pg 262-292

Prasad, M. Madhava
Cine-Politics: On the Political Significance of Cinema in South India. Journal of Moving Image.

Cine Politics:On the Political Significance of Cinema in South India. Journal of the Moving Image,No 1.Autumn 1999

Public Policy for a Knowledge Economy
Joseph E. Stiglitz,

Public Women and the Obscene Body-Practice
Nitya Vasudevan


Rabinow, Paul
Artificiality and Enlightenment: From Sociobiology to Biosociality

Radhika, P; Arvind R; and Amitha Santiago
Report on the Micro-Study Conducted for CSCS for the Sir Ratan Tata Trust Report on Higher Education. CSCS, Higher Education Cell. 2007.

Raina, Badri
A note on Language, and the Politics of English in India. In Rethinking English: Essays in Literature, Language, History. ed. Svati Joshi, 1994. pages 264-297.

Rajadhyaksha, Ashish
Work-in-Progress: The Last Cultural Mile

Rajadhyaksha, Ashish
'The Phalke Era: Conflict of Traditional Form and Modern Technology.' Tejaswini Niranjana et al. eds. Interrogating Modernity.1993. pp. 47-82. Calcutta: Seagull Books

Rajadhyaksha, Ashish
'People-Nation' And Spectatorial Rights: The Political ‘Authenticity-Effect’, the Shiv Sena and a Very Bombay History.

Rajadhyaksha, Ashish
The ‘Cinema-Effect’ - 1: Cultural Rights Vs. The Production Of Authenticity.

The Indian Emergency:Aesthetics of State Control Ch.9 in Indian Cinema in the Time of Celluloid;Tulika Books,2009(pp231-254)

Ratheesh, Radhakrishnan
Cultural Studies in India: A preliminary Report on Institutionalisation. Higher Education Cell. CSCS, Bangalore 2008. pages 16.

Ray, Rajat Kanta
Asian Capital in the Age of European Domination: The Rise of the Bazaar,1800-1914. Modern Asian Studies. vol.29.no. 3;1995. pages 449-554.

Readings for week five

Readings for week six

Reddy, R.Ram and G.Haragopal
'The Pyraveekar.'The Fixer' in Rural India'.Asian Survey. vol. 25. no. 11. 1985. pages 1148-1162.

Research Commercialization : Roles of university spin off at the university-industry interface.

Richard J.Ross
"the Legal Past of the Early New England:Notes for theStudy of Law,Legal Culture and Intellectual History",The William and Mary Quarterly Vol.50(1)(1993)pp 28-41

Richard Peter McKeon;
Philosophic Problems in the Natural Sciences; On knowing--the natural sciences/ Richard Peter McKeon; Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1994 (12-24 p.)

Rockhill, Gabriel
Translators Preface: the Reconfiguration of Meaning. In. The Politics of Aesthetics by Jacques Ranciere. (translated by G. Rockhill). 2004

Roland Barthes, Writing degree zero, New York, Hill and Wang, 1968, pp. 9-18

'Psychoanalysis in India and Japan' in In search of self in India and Japan: toward a cross-cultural psychology, pp. 55-88

Ross, Trevor
Review. Making the English Canon: Print-Capitalism and the Cultural Past, 1700-1770; by Jonathan Brody Kramnick. Modern Philology, vol. 98. no. 3, February 2001. pp 488-491.

"SURVIVING COMMON LAW: SILENCE AND THE VIOLENCE INTERNAL TO THE LEGAL SIGN",Cardozo Law Review (Volume 27 Number 2, November 2005) (753-766p.)

Sahni, Rohini and Sumita Kale
GATS and Higher Education: Some Reflections. EPW, May 22. 2004. pp 2174-2180

Said, Edward
Freud and the Non-European, pp. 13-55

Said, Edward
The Pleasures of Imperialism.In Culture and Imperialism.Knof 1993

Said, Edward.
Culture and Democracy:Session 1. Orientalism: Introduction.1978. Vintage Books.

Said, Edward.
Orientalism: Chapter one.1978. Vintage Books. pages:31-49.

Orientalism; New York:Vintage Books,1979(1-110p)

“Epistemology and Comparative Law”, in Epistemology and Methodology of Comparative Law,

Sanyal, Kalyan
Sanyal, Kalyan, ‘Accumulation As Development: The Arising of Capital’ (pgs 105-167), and ‘De-essentializing Development: Capital and Governmentality’ (pgs 168-188), from Rethinking Capitalist Development: Primitive Accumulation, Governmentality and Post-Colonial Capitalism (2007).

Sarkar, Sumit
The Many Worlds of Indian History. Writing Social History. New Delhi. OUP.1998.

Sarkar, Tanika
“Enfranchised selves: Women, Culture and Rights in 19th Century Bengal” Gender and History (2001)

Sarkar, Tanika
“Conjugality and Hindu nationalism: Resisting Colonial Reason and the Death of a Child-Wife” in Hindu Wives, Hindu Nation: Community, Religion and Cultural Nationalism in India, New Delhi, Permanent Black, 2001, 191-225

Sarukkai, Sundar
Dalit Experience and Theory. EPW, October 6, 2007. pages 4043-4048

Satyamurthy, S
Rights of Citizens. 1919.

Saussure,de Ferdinand
"Third Course of Lectures on General Linguistics"

Saxena, Neela Bhattacharya
Gynocentric Theology of Tantric Hinduism: A Meditation Upon the Devi

Schepple,Kim Lane
"Constitutional Ethnography:An Introduction",Law and society Review(2004)pp.(389-406)

Schwarz, Henry
Subaltern studies: Radical History in the Metaphoric Mode. In Reading Subaltern Studies: Critical History. Contested Meaning, and the Globalization of South Asia. ed. David Ludden. N.Delhi, Permanent Black. 2001. pp 304-339.

Science and engineering ethics ( 2002 ).

Science and society: Rights and Responsibilities, ICSU strategic review, July 2005.


Scott, David
“Colonial Governmentality”, Social Text, No. 43, 1995: 191-220.

Scott, David
Refashioning Futures: Criticism after post coloniality.Chapter 1. Princeton UNiversity Press. 1999. pages 23-52

Sebastian, Mrinalini
The Production of the 'Local': The Educational and Cultural Activities of Colleges in Udupi and Dakshina Kannada Districts- A Report. Higher Education Cell. CSCS, 2007.

Sebastian, Mrinalini
The Legacies and Prospects of General and Undergraduate Education in India:A Report. Higher Education Cell. CSCS. 2008.

Sen Amartya
Democracy as a Universal Value

Sen, Amartya
Gender And Cooperative Conflicts pages 458-500

Sen, Jai
The Unintended City. Jai Sen's piece provides a glimpse into how cities are produced within a city. This piece also helps us to consider the question of how the city becomes a site for media regulations.An external link is given.

Sen, Sudipta.
‘Semantics of History and Time in the Medieval Indo-Persianate culture of North India’ in Invoking the Past, Daud Ali ed., New Delhi ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1999, pp. 231-257.

Sengupta, Suddhabratha
Signatures of the Apocalypse. In Mute 3 July, 2003.

Shachar, Ayelet
Multicultural Jurisdictions: Cultural Differences and women’s rights (Cambridge: CUP, 2004), ch.2

Shah Bano
Rajeswari Sundar Rajan & Zakia Pathak

Sharma, Konark
FDI in Higher Education:Aspirations and Reality. Mainstream June 2007. vol XLV; no. 25

Sheth, D.L.
Culture and Democracy: Session 5, “Caste and Class: Social Reality and Political Representations” In. Caste and Democratic Politics in India. ed.Ghanshyam Shah. 2002. Permanent Black. N. Delhi. pages 209-233.

Shivaprakash, H. S
Translating the Tehsildar.In. Translating Caste. pages 122-130.

Institutionalising Accident in Naming the Witch/ James Siegel; Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2005. (70-110 p.)

Simon, Herbert
Herbert Simon. 1997. “Does Scientific Discovery Have a Logic?” in Models of Discovery and other topics in the methods of science – Reidel Publishing Company: Dordrecht, Holland.

Simon, Herbert. A
“Scientific Discovery and the Psychology of Problem Solving”. In Models of Discovery and other topics in the Methods of Science. Holland D. Rejdel: 1997. pp (286-303, 326-337)

Singh, Amrik
Challenges in Higher Education. EPW, May 22. 2004. pages 2155-2158.

Singh, Amrik
Undergraduate versus Postgraduate Education. EPW, June 17.2006 pp 2450-2452.

Singh, Amrik
The UGC- Behind the Times?. article in The Hindu 05-06-2001.

Singha, Radhika
A 'Proper Passport' for the Colony: Border Crossing in British India 1882-1920

Singha, Radhika
Settle, Mobilize, Verify: Identification Practices in Early Colonial India

Singha, Radhika
A Despotism of Law: Crime and Justice in Early Colonial India. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1998, Preface and Chapter 1

Singha, Radhika
A Despotism of Law: Crime and Justice in Early Colonial India. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1998, Preface

Singha, Radhika
“Settle, Mobilize, Verify: Identification Practices in British India”, Studies in History, 16 (2000): 151-198

Skaria, Ajay
‘Notes for a Politics of Hope’, Hybrid Histories, Delhi: OUP, 1999, pp. 1-18.

Skaria, Ajay
Modernity, Time and History: Session 3; 1999; Some Aporias of History: Time, Truth and Play in Dangs, EPW; 34 (15); 897-904.

Skinner, Quentin
Language and Political Change. pages 6-23.

Soyoung, Kim
“The Birth of the Local Feminist Sphere in the Global Era: ‘Trans-Cinema’ and Yosongjang”. Inter Asia Cultural Studies. vol.4, no. 1. 2003. pages 10-24.

Speech of Manmohan Singh, Minister of Finance
Budget 1991-92

Spivak, Gayatri
"Righting Wrongs" (2003)

Spivak, Gayatri
"Moving Devi" (1999)

Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty
Chapter 9.The Politics of Translation. In. Outside in the Teaching Machine. Routledge. 1993. pp 179-200.

Spivak,Gayathri Chakravorty
Righting Wrongs-2002:Accessing Democracy among the Aboriginals

“Righting Wrongs”, in Amnesty Lectures on Human Rights-2002 (New York:OUP, 2004)

Srinivas, S.V
Megastar: chiranjeevi and telugu cinema after N T Ramo Rao/ S.V. Srinivas; New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2009. (72-128, 256-259 p.)

Srinivas, S.V
Megastar: Chiranjeevi and Telugu Cinema after N T Ramo Rao/ S.V. Srinivas; New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2009. (3-69, 247-255 p.)

Rowdy-Citizen:He who knows his Ganji and Benji

Srinivasan, Shashikala.; Brototi. S. Gupta and Elizabeth Thomas
Feasibility Study for a Faculty Resource Development Programme with a thrust on Curricular Design in Humanities and Social Sciences in Undergraduate (Autonomous) Colleges. Higher Education Cell. 2007. Centre for the Study of Culture and Society. Bangalore

Statement by the Tulalip Tribes of Washington on Folklore, Indigenous Knowledge, and the Public Domain July 09, 2003

Stevenson, Deborah
City Cultures. Excerpt from chapter 1. In Cities and Urban Cultures. Open University Press. 2003.

Stevenson, Deborah
Imagining the City: Movies, Maps and Cyberspace. Chapter 7. Excerpt from Cities and Urban Cultures. Open University Press. 2003.

Stevenson, Deborah
The City as Spectacle:Culture and Reimaging of Cities;Excerpt from Cities and Urban Cultures. chapter 6. Open University Press. 2003

Stokes, Eric
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Strauss, Leo
On Tyranny. edited by Victor Gourevitch and M.G. Roth. Univ. of Chicago Press. 2000 (first published in 1961).

Strauss, Leo
“What is Political Philosophy?” (from What is Political Philosophy?: and Other Studies, (Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1988)

Study of Mapping Gender Training in Tamil Nadu
A Summary_Rekha Pappu

Subjects of Sex-Gender-Desire
Judith Butler

Subramanian, Lakshmi
Banias and the British: The Role of Indigenous Credit in the Process of Imperial Expansion in Western India in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century. Modern Asian Studies; vol.21; no. 3; 1987. pages 473-510.

Subramanian, Lakshmi
Imperial negotiations: The dynamics of British-Indian social networks in early colonial Bombay, 2008

Sudhir Chandra
Enslaved Daughters

Sundaram, K
On Backwardness and Fair Access to Higher Education: Results From NSS 55th Round Surveys,1999-2000. EPW, 2006. pages 5173-5182.

Sundaram, Ravi
"Recycling Modernity: Pirate electronic Cultures in India.

Sundaram, Ravi
Uncanny Networks: Pirate, Urban, New Globalization. EPW. Jan 3. 2004.pages 64-71.

Supreme Court Cases
UCC debate and the aftermath-Mohd.Ahmed Khan versus Shah Bano Begum and others

Susanne and Lloyd Rudolph
“Living with difference in India: Legal Pluralism and Legal Universalism in historical context”, in Religion and Personal Law in Secular India

Swaminathan, Padmini
Chapter 11. The Interface Between Employment and Education in India: The Need for a Discourse. In. Education and Social Change in South Asia. ed. Krishna Kumar and Joachim Oesterheld. Orient Longman. 2007. pp 325-358.

Swaminathan, Padmini
Making Sense of Vocational Education Policies: A Comparative Assessment.Indian Journal of Labour Economics. vol. 48; no. 3; 2005. pages 537-552.

Tagore, Rabindranath
The Co-operative Principle. Translated from the original essay published in Bengali. Visva Bharati, Calcutta. 1963. 1-65p

Tagore, Rabindranath
The Cult of the Charka.The English Writings of R. Tagore, vol. 3 - A miscellany.N. Delhi; Sahitya Academy, 1996. 538-548 p

Tamanaha, Z. Brian
“A Non-Essentialist version of Legal Pluralism”, Journal of Law and Society 27(2), 2000.pages 296-321.

Tarlo, Emma
Unsettling Memories: Narratives of India’s Emergency, New Delhi: Permanent Black, 2003, pp. 21-61

Tarlo, Emma
Unsettling Memories: Narratives of India’s Emergency, Introduction. New Delhi: Permanent Black, 2003, pp. 1-20.

Teaching Gender Studies as Cultural Studies
Tejaswini Niranjana

Tejaswini Niranjana
“Transported by Song: Music and Cultural Labour in Dharwad”

Tejaswini Niranjana, Vivek Dhareshwar
Kaadalan and the Politics of Resignification

Tharu, Susie
The Arrangement of an Alliance - English and the Making of Indian Literatures. In. Rethinking English: Essays in Literature, Language and History. ed. Svati Joshi, 1994. pp 160-180.

Tharu, Susie and K. Lalitha
Empire, Nation and the Literary Text.

Tharu, Susie., and Tejaswini Niranjana
“Problems for a Contemporary Theory of Gender” Subaltern Studies IX. Writings on South Asian History and Society. eds. Shahid Amin and Dipesh Chakraborty. N.Delhi. OUP. 1996. pages 232-260

The CSCS FCRA Clearance Document

The CSCS Tax Exemption Certificate 80-G

The Draft Declaration on the Rights of the Indigeneous People

The Heathen in His Blindness(selections) and other essays

The Laws of Reason from the Perspective of Non-Reason

The Question Concerning Technology
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The Rise of Network Universities:Higher Education in the Knowledge Economy.
John Pruett, Nick Schwellenbach.

The Scene of Teaching-Dwelling in the Ruins-The Community of Dissensus
Bill Readings

The Sex-Gender System
Shefali Moitra

The Struggle For A Normal Working-Day. Compulsory Laws For The Extension Of The Working-Day From The Middle Of The 14th To The End Of The 17th Century
Karl Marx

The Tamil Isai Iyakkam and the Contest for Custodianship
Lakshmi Subramaniam

The humanities, creative arts and the innovation agenda
Stuart Cunningham,

Thomas Popejoy
Fingerprints and Blankness: "Personal Identification" and Proof of Appearance in Modern Sovereign Power and Political Thought , Doctoral Dissertation, John Hopkins University, 2001

Three Important Essays on Hindustani Music.
Joep Bor,

Thumri as Feminine Voice”
Vidya Rao,

Tilak, Jandhyala. B.G
Higher Education in 'Trishanku': Hanging between State and Market. EPW. September 10; 2005. pp 4029-4037.

Tilak, Jandhyala. B.G
Absence of Policy and Perspective in Higher Education. EPW, May 2004. pages 2159-2164

Tilak, Jandhyala. B.G
Knowledge Commission and Higher Education. EPW. Feb. 24, 2007. pages 630-633.

Tony Bennett
New Keywords: A Revised Vocabulary of Culture and Society

Torri, Michelguglielmo
Trapped inside the Colonial Order: The Hindu Bankers of Surat and Their Business World during the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century. Modern Asian Studies. vol. 25. no. 2. 1991. pages 367-401.

Touraine, Alain.
‘The Meaning of History’ in Critique of Modernity, David Macey trans., Oxford, Basil Blackwell, 1995, pp. 61-89.

Touraine, Alain.
‘The Light of Reason’, in Critique of Modernity, David Macey trans., Oxford, Blackwell Publishing, 1995, pp. 9-32.

Towards a Diff Methodology of Critique
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“Diffusion of law: a global perspective” in General Jusrisprudence: Understanding Law from a Global Perspective/ William Twining; Cambridge: Cambridge, 2008

Letter written by Shri Sukhadeo Thorat on New Initiatives under the 11 th plan- Academic Reform in Universities. Jan. 31, 2008.

University Grants Commission Guidelines for Academy Staff Training Colleges.

Uberoi, N.K.
International Higher Education, May 1995: some Current developments in Indian Higher Education.

Unger, Roberto
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Upadhya, Carol
Employment, Exclusion and 'Merit' in the Indian IT Industry. EPW, May 19; 2007. pp 1863-1868

Vasudevan, Ravi
Shifting Codes, Dissolving Identities. The Hindi Social Film of the 1950s as Popular Culture. Journal of Arts and Ideas. no. 24-25.

Venkatachalapathy, A.R.
Extract from "In those days there was no coffee: Writings in Cultural History. Chapter 8. Coining Words: Language and Politics in Late Colonial Tamilnadu.Yoda. 2006. pages 143-162.

Veyne, Paul
‘Foucault revolutionizes history’, in Foucault and His Interlocutors, Arnold I. Davidson, ed., Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1997, pp. 146-182.

Vij, Shivam.
The Discreet Charms of the Nanny State. oct06,2006. This blog entry by Shivam Vij is an introductory reading on the problems with internet censorship.

Vision Statement,CUSP

Viswanathan, S
Education:Lessons Not Learnt.Article in Frontline. 2007; vol. 24, no. 6.

Visweswaran, K.
“Refusing the Subject” in Fictions of Feminist Ethnography, pp. 60-72. New Delhi: OUP. 1996.

Voice, Gender and Space in Time of Five-Year Plans: The Idea of Lata Mangeshkar
Sanjay Srivastava

Wang, Shujen
Film (optical disk) Piracy in China. Issue paper for SSRC Intellectual Property, Markets and Cultural Flows Workshop. Oct. 24-25, 2003.

Imagining Asia, A Genealogical Analysis. 34 pages.

Washbrook, David
"Law, State and Agrarian Society in Colonial India", Modern Asian Studies 15, no. 3 (1981): 649-721.

Watson, Alan
“Legal Transplants to legal Formats”, AJCL 43(3), 1995.

"Buried Alive",Law and Critique,13,2002

Watt, Carey Anthony
Chapter 3 - From Dana to associational philanthropy: The transmutation of Hindu giving. In Serving the Nation: Cultures of Service, association, and citizenship. N.Delhi, OUP, 2005

Watt, Carey Anthony
Chapter 4 - From Seva to social service. In Serving the Nation: Cultures of Service, association, and citizenship.N.Delhi, OUP, 2005

Watt, Carey Anthony
Chapter 6 - Nation-building: Politics, the culture of Association and Civil Society. In Serving the Nation: Cultures of Service, association, and citizenship.N.Delhi, OUP, 2005 pages 171-201

“Theorising the Diffusion of Law”, Harvard International Law Journal, 47(2), 2006.

Kenneth Westphal, ‘The Context and Structure of Hegel’s Philosophy of Right’, in Frederick C. Beiser, The Cambridge Companion to Hegel, CUP, 1999, pg 234-269.

What is enlightenment?
Michel Foucault.

White, Hayden
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White, Hayden
‘Foucault Decoded: Notes from the Underground’, in Tropics of Discourse: essays in cultural criticism, Baltimore, John Hopkins Press, 1978, pp. 230-260

White, Hayden
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White, Hayden
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White, Hayden
‘Foreword’, Reinhart Koselleck, The Practice of Conceptual History, Samuel Todd Presner trans., Stanford, Stanford University Press, 2002, pp ix-xiv.

Who Practices Hegemony?: Class Division and the Subject of Politics
John Rosenthal

Williams, Raymond
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Williams, Raymond
MEDIA. Keywords: a vocabulary of Culture and Society. Fontana 1983. pages 203-204

Williams, Raymond
LIBERAL. Keywords: a vocabulary of Culture and Society. Fontana 1983. pages 179-181.

Williams, Raymond
HISTORY. Keywords: a vocabulary of Culture and Society. Fontana 1983. pages 146-148..

Williams, Raymond
CIVILIZATION.Keywords: a vocabulary of Culture and Society. Fontana 1983. pages 57-60.

Williams, Raymond
ANTHROPOLOGY.Keywords: a vocabulary of Culture and Society. Fontana 1983. pages 38-40

Williams, Raymond
CRITICISM. Keywords: a vocabulary of Culture and Society. Fontana 1983. pages 84-86.

Williams, Raymond
CULTURE. Keywords: a vocabulary of Culture and Society. Fontana 1983. pages 87-93.

Williams, Raymond
AESTHETIC. Keywords: a vocabulary of Culture and Society. Fontana 1983. pages 31-33

Williams, Raymond
CITY.Keywords: a vocabulary of Culture and Society. Fontana 1983. pages 55-57

Williams, Raymond
ELITE. Keywords: a vocabulary of Culture and Society. Fontana 1983. pages 112-115.

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ISMS. Keywords: a vocabulary of Culture and Society. Fontana 1983. pages 173-174

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NATIVE. Keywords: a vocabulary of Culture and Society. Fontana 1983. pages 215-216.

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The Analysis of Culture. In. Cultural Theory and Popular Culture: a reader. ed. John Storey. Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1994. pp 56-64.

Vindications of Rights of Women,Ch 1,pp39-48

Women and Music: The case of North India

Yack, Bernard.
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Zizek, Slavoj
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from Hindu Music

from Introduction to the Study of Indian Music
Ernest Clements

“Making Modernity Audible: Sarodiyas and the Early Recording Industry”
Adrian McNeil

“Take a little Chutney…: The Body in the Voice”
Tejaswini Niranjana

“The Sound of Music in the Era of its Electronic Reproducibility”
John Mowitt.

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