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Modern Asian Studies, Volume 51 Issue 4, July 2017


Cultivating Subjects: Opium and rule in post-colonial Vietnam  by CHRISTIAN C. LENTZ

Beyond the Bazaars: Geographies of the slave trade in Central Asia by JEFF EDEN

Corps diplomatique: The body, British diplomacy, and independent Afghanistan, 1922–47 by MAXIMILIAN DREPHAL

Sexual Knowledge, Sexual Anxieties: Middle-class males in western India and the correspondence in Samaj Swasthya, 1927–53 by SHRIKANT BOTREDOUGLAS E. HAYNES

Not Isolated, Actively Isolationist: Towards a subaltern history of the Nilgiri hills before British imperialism  by GWENDOLYN I. O. KELLY

The Political Economy of Ending Headhunting in Central Borneo: Inter-colonial and Kenyah perspectives on the 1924 Kapit Peacemaking Agreement and its aftermath by DAVE LUMENTA

Uncertain Journeys: Return migration, home, and uncertainty for a displaced Kashmiri community by ANKUR DATTA

Review Article

Goddess in the City: Durga pujas of contemporary Kolkata by MANAS RAY

Naxalbari at its Golden Jubilee: Fifty recent books on the Maoist movement in India by ALPA SHAHDHRUV JAIN

URL: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/modern-asian-studies/issue/CED482EF43A13B35333088EC41E3D1D2

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Economic and Political Weekly ,Vol. 52, Issue No. 45, 11 Nov, 2017


‘DeMon,’ Nationalism, and Democracy

When Workers Die


Can Humour and Anger Coexist?

From 50 Years Ago

From 50 Years Ago: Mutual Reassurance in Moscow

H T Parekh Finance Column

Future of Europe’s Economic and Monetary Union by Avinash Persaud

Of Power and Politics

Discontent and Disconnect – Wages of Dominance? by Suhas Palshikar


Promoting Solar Power as a Remunerative Crop by Tushaar ShahNeha DurgaGyan Prakash RaiShilp VermaRahul Rathod

North Korea and the Threat of Nuclear Annihilation by Vinay Lal

Human–Wildlife Conflict in India – Addressing the Source by  Jennie MillerJohn D C LinnelLVidya AthreyaSubharanjan Sen

A Cat’s and Rat’s View of History by Arun Khopkar

How Much Energy Do We Need? – Towards an End-use Based Estimation for Decent Living by Shripad DharmadhikaryRutuja Bhalerao

Book Reviews

Underconsumption as an Economic Fault by Thomas Timberg

Theorising Tuberculosis in India by Aparna Nair


‘Equality as Tradition’ and Women’s Reservation in Nagaland by Kham Khan Suan Hausing

Business Anthropology – New Area of Research in Indian Anthropology by M Romesh Singh

Special Articles

Investing in Health – Healthcare Industry in India by Indira ChakravarthiBijoya RoyIndranil MukhopadhyaySusana Barria

India and the Proposed Treaty for the Protection of Broadcasting Organisations by Seemantani Sharma

Taming the Fishing Blues – Reforming the Marine Fishery Regulatory Regime in India by Shinoj ParappurathuC Ramachandran

Mediating Matrimonial Disputes in India – Trends from the Bangalore Mediation Centre by Kritika Vohra


Low Levels of Electoral Participation in Metropolitan Cities by Sanjay KumarSouradeep Banerjee

Current Statistics


All for Rational Voices by Swapnil Dhanraj

On October Revolution by Preethy Sekhar

Punjab’s Revolutionary Poet by Yogesh Kumar

URL: http://www.epw.in/journal/2017/52

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Contributions to Indian Sociology, Volume 51, Issue No. 3, 2017

‘Matriliny did not become patriliny!’: The transformation of Thiyya ‘tharavad’ houses in 20th-century Kerala (Pages 287–312)Janaki Abraham

Jackfruit seeds from Jharkhand: Being adivasi in Assam (Pages 313–337)Dolly Kikon

‘Family matters’:Ageing and the intergenerational social contract in urban Ahmedabad, Gujarat (Pages 338–360)Jagriti Gangopadhyay, Tannistha Samanta

BrahmanismIts place in ancient Indian society (Pages 361–369)Johannes Bronkhorst

Obituary D.N. Dhanagare (11 June 1936–07 March 2017) (Pages 370–372)Partha Nath Mukherji

Remembering D.N. Dhanagare (11 June 1936–07 March 2017) (Pages 373–374)Manisha Rao

Professor Sharit Bhowmik:A Tribute (1948–2016) (Pages 375–378)Ritambhara Hebbar, Mahuya Bandyopadhyay

Book Reviews

 Karline McLain. 2016The Afterlife of Sai Baba: Competing Visions of a Global Saint (Pages 379–381)

Amanda Lucia

 Richa Kumar. 2016. Rethinking Revolutions: Soyabean, Choupals, and the Changing Countryside in Central India (Pages 381–384)Aniket Aga

 Kamaludeen Mohamed Nasir. 2016Globalized Muslim Youth in the Asia Pacific: Popular Culture in Singapore and Sydney (Pages 384–386)Nandagopal Menon

 Smriti Srinivas. 2016A Place for Utopia: Urban Designs from South Asia (Pages 387–389)Rashmi Sadana

 Hanna Werner. 2015The Politics of Dams: Development Perspectives and Social Critique in Modern India (Pages 389–392)Medha Saxena

 Sangay K. Mishra. 2016Desis Divided: The Political Lives of South Asian Americans (Pages 392–395)

Aparna Rayaprol

 Subhadra Mitra Channa and Marilyn Porter, eds. 2015Gender, Livelihood and Environment: How Women Manage Resources (Pages 395–397)Sohini Kar

 Nandini Sundar. 2016The Burning Forest: India’s War in Bastar (Pages 397–400)C.P. Bhambri

David R. Syiemlieh, ed. 2014On the Edge of Empire: Four British Plans for North East India, 1941–1947 (Pages 400–402)Ilito Achumi

 Roger Jeffery, Craig Jeffrey and Jens Lercheeds, eds. 2014Development Failure and Identity Politics in Uttar Pradesh (Pages 403–405)Gaurang Sahay

 R. Srivatsan. 2015Seva, Saviour and State: Caste Politics, Tribal Welfare and Capitalist Development (Pages 406–408)Malini Bhattacharjee

 Ashleigh Barnes, ed. 2015Feminisms of Discontent: Global Contestations (Pages 408–411)Aparna Eswaran

Abhijit Dasgupta. 2016Displacement and Exile: The State–Refugee Relations in India (Pages 411–414)

Ankur Datta


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Race & Class, Volume 59, Issue No. 2, 2017

Abolitionist futures and the US sanctuary movement (Pages 3–25)A. Naomi Paik

Detroit and the political origins of ‘broken windows’ policing (Pages 26–48)Mark Jay, Philip Conklin

Toronto and the ‘Paris problem’: community policing in ‘immigrant neighbourhoods’ (Pages  49–69)

Parastou Saberi

‘Our lives is in danger’: Manus Island and the end of asylum (Pages  70–89)Michael Grewcock

Neither hard nor soft but racist? The Good Friday Agreement and the Irish border after Brexit (Pages 90–101)Daniel Holder

Hip Hop World News: reporting back (Pages 102–114)Sam Berkson


Race in the Shadow of Law: state violence in contemporary Europe (Pages 115–117)Maryam S. Griffin

African American Anti-Colonial Thought, 1917–1937 (Pages 117–118)Aaron Kamugisha

The Dynamics of Exclusionary Constitutionalism: Israel as a Jewish and democratic state (Pages 118–120)Justin Podur

URL: http://journals.sagepub.com/toc/racb/current

Courtesy: Sage

Social Change, Volume 47, Issue No. 3, 2017

Dialectics of Field and Archive: Cases of Displacement and Forest Management in West Bengal (Pages 321–338)Abhijit Guha

Masking Poverty and Entitlement: RSBY in Selected Districts of West Bengal (Pages 339–358)Kasturi Sen, Swagata Gupta

Multilevel Exclusion of Dalit Students in Professional Elite Colleges of India (Pages 359–372)Chandra B.P. Singh

Sociology of Disability in India: A Victim of Disciplinary Apathy (Pages 373–386)Vikash Kumar, Ketaki Dwivedi

The Dynamics of Women’s Empowerment: A Critical Appraisal (Pages 387–405)Subhash Sharma

The Rural–Urban Dichotomy Effects of Social Grants on Sustainable Poverty Alleviation in Polokwane Local Municipality, South Africa (Pages 406–420)E.M. Mutyenyoka, J.P. Tsheola

The National Family Health Survey: An Early Warning (Pages 421–425)Imrana Qadeer

On the Structure of Subalternity and the Process of Subalternisation in India (Pages 426–435)T.K. Oommen

The Nature of Economic Development (Pages 436–441)Pulin B. Nayak

Development Economists Need to be Interdisciplinary in their Thinking (Pages  442–446)Vibhuti Patel

ICSSR Research Surveys and Explorations, Volume 1: C.P. Chandrasekhar (Ed.), Indian Industrialization; Volume 2: Jayati Ghosh (Ed.), India and the International Economy; and Volume 3: Prabhat Patnaik (Ed.), Macroeconomics (Pages 447–451)Manoj Panda

Book Review

Shanta Gokhale (Ed.), The Scenes We Made: An Oral History of Experimental Theatre in Mumbai (Pages 452–454)Sudhanva Deshpande

Partha S. Ghosh, Migrants, Refugees and the Stateless in South Asia (Pages 455–457)Deepak Kumar Bhaskar, Ram Pravesh Sah

 Parag D. Parobo, India’s First Democratic Revolution: Dayanand Bandodkar and the Rise of Bahujan in Goa (Pages  457–459)Imtiaz Quadri

Meenaz Kassam, Femida Handy and Emily Janson, Philanthropy in India: Promise to Practice (Pages 460–462)Seema Sharma

Will Sweetman and Aditya Malik (Eds), Hinduism in India: Modern and Contemporary Movements (Pages 462–464)Kanato Chophy

Rajeev Bhattacharyya, Rendezvous with Rebels: Journey to Meet India’s Most Wanted Men (Pages 464–467 )Parvin Sultana

Sarit K. Chaudhuri and Sucheta Sen Chaudhuri (Eds), Fieldwork in South Asia: Memories, Moments and Experiences (Pages 467–470)K.M. Ziyauddin

T.K. Khongsai, The Kukis Unforgettable Patriot: Profile of Lalkhohen (Pages 470–472)Kamminlen Haokip

URL: http://journals.sagepub.com/toc/scha/current

Courtesy: Sage

Agricultural Economics Research Review , Volume 30 Conference Number 2017



Effective Implementation of Agricultural Price and Marketing Policy for Doubling Farmers Incomes: Doable Priority Actions by  S.S. Acharya

Agro-Processing Industry and Farmers’ Linkages: Pattern and Impact on Enhancing :Farmers’ Income in Tamil Nadu by Venkatesh, M. Balasubramanian, Praveen, K.V., Aditya, K.S., Vijai Babu, D., Nithyashree, M.L and Amit Kar

Can Diversification of Livelihood Sources Increase Income of Farm Households? :A Case Study in Uttar Pradesh by Waseem Khan, Shazia Tabassum and Saghir Ahmad Ansari

Towards Doubling Farm Income: Myths or Reality for the North East Hilly Region by K.K. Datta

Relationship between Crop Diversification and Farm Income in Odisha — An Empirical Analysis by Amit Kumar Basantaray and G. Nancharaiah

Can Livestock Sector be the Game Changer in Enhancing the Farmers’ Income? Reinvesting Thrust with Special Focus on Dairy Sector by Raka Saxena, Naveen P. Singh, Bishwa Bhaskar Choudhary, Balaji S.J., Ranjit K. Paul,Usha Ahuja, Deepika Joshi, Rohit Kumar and Md Arshad Khan

Agricultural Diversification and its Impact on Farm Income: A Case Study of Bihar by Biswajit Sen, P. Venkatesh, Girish K. Jha, D.R. Singh and Suresh A.

Challenges, Options and Strategies for Doubling Farmers’ Income in West Bengal: Reflections from Coastal Region by Subhasis Mandal, D. Burman, U.K. Mandal, T.D. Lama, B. Maji and P.C. Sharma

Futuristic Private and Public Capital Requirements in Agriculture for Doubling Farmers’ Income across the States by Seema Bathla

Technology-Policy Tradeoff in Doubling Farmers’ Income: A Case Study on Pulses by Balaji, S.J., Kishore, P., Raka Saxena, Naveen P. Singh and Franco, D.

Non-Farm Income as an Instrument for Doubling Farmers’ Income: Evidences from Longitudinal Household Survey by P.C. Meena, Ranjit Kumar, N. Sivaramane, Sanjiv Kumar, K. Srinivas, A. Dhandapani and Elias Khan

Impact of Soil Health Card Scheme on Farmers’ Income – A Case Study of Kharif Crops in Madhya Pradesh by R.S. Chouhan, H.O. Sharma, D. Rathi and H.K. Niranjan

Do Farm Size and Social Group Affiliation Determine Credit Access and Income of Agricultural Households? by K.J. Satyasai, Vinod Kumar and M. Balanarayana

Economic Viability of Soil Resource Mapping and its Use in Enhancing Farm Income:A Case Study of Garakahalli Micro Watershed in Karnataka by S.C. Ramesh Kumar, K.V. Niranjana, S. Srinivas, B.P. Bhaskar, Rajendra Hegde and S.K. Singh

Potential Role of Technology in Increasing Productivity and Income at National Level: A Case of Cell-culture Vaccine against Classical Swine Fever by Bardhan, R.K. Singh, Pranab Dhar and Sanjay Kumar

Changing Crop Production Cost in India: Input Prices, Substitution and Technological Effects by S.K. Srivastava, Ramesh Chand and Jaspal Singh

Strategies for Doubling Farmers’ Income in Nutri-Cereals by 2022: Impact of Reduction of Yield Gaps and Inclusion of Fallow and Wasteland under Cultivation by Dayakar Rao, Deep Narayan Mukherjee and Vilas A. Tonapi

Ration Balancing: Promising Option for Doubling Income from Dairying  by Smita Sirohi, V. Sridhar, A.K. Srivastava, S.S. Kalamkar, Deepak Sharma and Vanpal Boyal

Priorities and Strategies to Boost Incomes of Marine Fisher Folk in India  by Shinoj Parappurathu, Grinson George, R. Narayanakumar, N. Aswathy, Ramachandran and A. Gopalakrishnan

Improved Farm Technology Adoption and its Role in Doubling Farmers’ Income: A Case of Dry Zones in Karnataka by V.R. Kiresur, Mahantesh R. Nayak, G.M. Gaddi and Kashibai S. Khyadagi

Impact of Integrated Farming System Approach on Doubling Farmers’ Income  by Ponnusamy and M. Kousalya Devi

Biotechnology for Farmers Welfare and Poverty Reduction: Technologies, Impact and Policy Framework by Chandrasekhara Rao

Raising Farm Income in India: What Does a Simultaneous Quantile Regression Approach Tell?  by Raya Das

Solar Energy Use in Agriculture for Enhancing Farmers’ Income: A Case of Solar Tubewell in North-Western Rajasthan by D.R. Singh, Pramod Kumar , Amit Kar , Girish K. Jha and Anil Kumar

Abstracts of Papers

Author Index

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Agrarian South: Journal of Political Economy, Volume 5, Issue 2-3, August & December 2016

Sam, You Live by 
Remembering Sam Moyo: Intellectual Formation and Contributions
A Family Perspective on Sam Moyo’s Intellectual Development by 
To the Memory of Sam Moyo by 
In Conversation with Sam by 
Debating Land and Agrarian Issues from a Gender Perspective by 
Zimbabwe Institute of Development Studies (ZIDS): The Early Context of Sam Moyo’s Intellectual Development by 
Sam Moyo and the Struggle for Intellectual Decolonization by 
Livelihoods, Land and Political Economy: Reflections on Sam Moyo’s Research Methodology by 
Prospects for Equitable Land Reform in Zimbabwe: Revisiting Sam Moyo’s Work on the Land Question by 
The Developmental State and Food Sovereignty in Tanzania by 
Agrarian Question and Democratic Decentralization in Kerala by 
Book Review: Sam Moyo, Dzodzi Tsikata and Yakham Diop (Eds) (2015), Land in the Struggles for Citizenship in Africa by 
Book Review: Sam Moyo and Yoichi Mine (Eds) (2016), What Colonialism Ignored: ‘African Potentials’ for Resolving Conflicts in Southern Africa by 
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