Journal and Publications | Department of History

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.

Journal Publications

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

Singh, M., U. Bhutia, and. D. Moni Gogoi. “Beyond the Discourse of Post-Truth: Some Reflections on the Idea of Fake News Based on Corpus Linguistics (an Educational Analysis)”. Revista on Line De Política E Gestão Educacional, vol. 26, no. esp.1, Mar. 2022

Singh, M., and U. Bhutia. “Judicial Discourse on Caste—Based Reservation in India From Balaji to Indra Sawhney ”. Lex Humana (ISSN 2175-0947), vol. 14, no. 2, Sept. 2022, pp. 91-106

Book Chapters

M. Yadav Prajñāpāramitā: Making of the First Buddhist Goddess in Texts, Contexts and Visual Representation in Ancient and Early Medieval India- (ed.) R. Mahalakshmi, Bloomsbury Academic India, 2019.

Journal Publications

M. Yadav, 2022. ‘Transforming the Female Body: Gender Dialectics in Early Buddhism in Studies in History.

M. Yadav 2022. ‘Disease Demon and the Deity: Case Study of Corona Mata and Coronasur in India’, Religions.

Popular articles

Agha, Aqsa, ‘COVID-19 lockdown: Isn’t it time for the State to do business again?’, Down to Earth, May 19,2020.

Agha, Aqsa, ‘Communalisation of the Pandemic that Deprived the Marginalised’, Delhi Post, September 17, 2020


The Matrilineal Households Within the Brahmanical Social Order in Pre-Colonial Kerala: A study of Maṇipravāḷaṃ Literary Sources from 13th - 15th Centuries’, Lekshmi Chandran C P, in Proceedings of the Indian History Congress, 78, 294-295, (2017).

Paṇivaiśikaṃ: Sex Work as a Profession in Pre-Colonial Kerala Represented in the Vaiśikatantraṃ - Lekshmi Chandran C P in On Present (in/g) Histories: Selected Papers from Second Kerala History Congress, edited by Sebastian Joseph, 515-532, (2017).

Are all Women Outside the Boundaries of Marriage Prostitutes? Interrogating the Nature and Scope of Women’s History in Kerala, Lekshmi Chandran C P in Insight, 1:1, 64-74, (2021).