Publications

Dr. Malavika Binny

2020

The Signs and Science of Labour ; a study of childbirth and post-natal care in Ayurveda, IJGS, Vol 51-1-2(forthcoming 2020-21).

‘Between the Heichal and the Synagogue Walls: An Exploration of Jewish Sacred Spaces in Kerala’, Journal of Kerala Studies,112.1, Kerala University, Thiruvananthapuram, 2020(Forthcoming).

‘The presence of absence; gender and the writing of History in Kerala’, Special Volume on Kerala History, Bhasha Institute,Kerala. ( Forthcoming 2020).

How NOT to talk about marital rape; Movie Review, Women’s Web, Jan 20. https://www.womensweb.in/2020/01/malayalam-movie-ketiyolaanu-ente-malakha-how-not-to-talk-of-marital-rape-jan20wk4sr/

2019

‘Of Men, Stones and Stories; Revisiting the vīrakals of South India’ in R.Mahalakshmi ed., Art and History; Texts, Contexts and Visual Representations in Early India, Bloomsbury, New York, London and Delhi, 2019.ISBN: 9789388414319,pp.269-285

2018

‘Placing Women in Context: The Intersticing of Narrative and Tangible Spaces in Medieval South India’, Asian Review of Humanities, Vol.1, No.1, Kathmandu, 2018. ISSN2645-8675, pp.89-103.

2017

‘Of Texts and Practice and Also of Discourse and Deviance; An Outline of the Regulation of Bodies in Medieval Kerala’ in Sebastian Joseph,ed.,On Present(in/g) Histories; Selected Papers from the Second Kerala History Congress, DC Books, Calicut, 2017, pp.197-214. ISBN 978-93-5282-124-2.

Magazine Article: ‘Arundhati Roy’s new novel lays India bare, unveiling worlds within our world’, The Conversation, July 2017. ISSN 2201-5639.

2016

Guest editor, ‘JNU and Its Tradition(s) of Dissent’, April 2016 Issue, Café Dissensus, New York, 2016, ISSN 2373-177X.

‘Hoping against Hope: The PRDS Movement and the Creation of its Discursive Terrain’, South Asian Journal of Multi-Disciplinary Research, Vol.3, Issue.2, March 2016, pp.215-226, ISSN: 2349-7858.

‘Ayurveda: The Non Man and Embodiment’, The Investigator, Vol.2, No.4, December 2016, pp.62-65, ISSN 2454-3314.

‘The Hermeneutics of Space: Locating Vāstuśāstra and sandeśakāvyams in Medieval Kerala’, Full paper, The Proceedings of Kerala History Conference, NBS, December 2016, pp.149-181.ISBN 978-93-86094-30-8.

2015

'Plants, Power and Knowledge: An Exploration of the Imperial Networks and the Circuits of Botanical Knowledge Systems on the Western Coast of India', Global Histories, Vol.1, Dec 2015, Freie Universität, Berlin, Germany, 2015, pp.3-19. ISSN 2366-780X.

Book Review, Vinita Damodaran, Anna Winterbottom and Alan Lester, eds. The East India Company and The Natural World in Itinerario: International Journal on the History of European Expansion and Global Interaction,Vol.39, Issue No.1,Cambridge Journal, Leiden,2015, ISSN:0165-1153,pp.175-77.

Book Review, Shu Juan Deiwiks, Bernhard Führer and Therese Geulen, eds. Europe Meets China—China Meets Europe: The Beginnings of European-Chinese Scientific Exchange in the 17th Century in Itinerario: International Journal on the History of European Expansion and Global Interaction,Vol.39, Issue No.2,Cambridge Journal, Leiden, 2015,pp.376-379. , ISSN: 0165-1153.

Dr. Maanvender Singh

Book Chapters

Lepcha Kachyo and Singh Maanvender “Development Alienating Human from Nature: A Case Study of North Sikkim”. Development and Deprivation in the Indian Sub-continent, edited by Utpal De and Manoranjan Pal, Routledge, 2020. pp 420-430.

Chapters Published in the School Text Books

Singh Maanvender, Anti-Colonial Movements and The Birth of Nationalism, Class X, State Council of Education Research and Training, Tamil Nadu. 2019.

Singh Maanvender, Militant and Revolutionary Phase of Indian Freedom Movement, Class XII, State Council of Education Research and Training, Tamil Nadu. 2019

Articles

Singh M. 2015. No wheat, all chaff. The Hoot

Singh M. 2015. Unethical use of unrelated videos. The Hoot

Singh M. 2015. What’s in a name? The Hoot

Singh M. 2016. India & Nepal: Neighbours trapped by apprehensions, The Arena, The Hindu Center for Politics & Public Policy.

Singh M. 2016. Reservation amidst the din of ‘development’. Economic & Political Weekly, Vol. 51 Issue No. 38

Singh M. 2016. Relentless racism never ends. CounterCurrents.Org

Singh M. 2016. There is no honour in killing. CounterCurrents.Org

Singh M. 2016. Now reservation for forwards. CounterCurrents.Org

Singh M. 2016. Remembering Sukhdev, Rajguru and Bhagat Singh. CounterCurrents.Org

Singh M. 2017. State sponsored suppression in Gorkhaland. CounterCurrents.Org

Singh M. 2017. The defeat of the idea of social justice. IAPS Dialogue, Institute of Asia & Pacific Studies, University of Nottingham.

Singh M. 2018. Caste, Ideology, and Judiciary. IAPS Dialogue, Institute of Asia & Pacific Studies, University of Nottingham.

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