Journal Publications (International)

Year Sl. no. Details of Journal
Forthcoming 1 D. Das, “Changing Distribution of Land and Assets in Indian Agriculture,” Review of Radical Political Economics (forthcoming).
2 D. Das, “Poverty-Hunger Divergence in India,” (with Deepankar Basu) Economic and Political Weekly (forthcoming)
2013 3 D. Das, “The Maoist Movement in India: Some Political Economic Considerations,” (with Deepankar  Basu), Journal of Agrarian Change, 13: 3, 365-381, 2013.
4 Hussain, D. & Bhushan, B., “Posttraumatic Growth Experiences among Tibetan Refugees: A Qualitative Investigation”,Qualitative Research in Psychology, 10(2), 204, 2013.
5 Hussain, D., “Depressive Realism Hypothesis: Reflections and Critical Analysis” International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Vol 17(1) 59-64, 2013.
6 V.Prabhu and Upendra Singh, “Security through anonymity: Protective mechanism for RTI activists”, Asia-Pacific Science and Culture Journal, Vol-1, No-1, Jan-2013, pp.1-6
7 Anamika Barua, Suparana Katyaini, Bhupen Mili and Pernille Gooch,  “Climate Change and Poverty- building resilience of rural mountain communities in South Sikkim, eastern Himalaya, India”, Regional Environmental Change. Ref.: Ms. No. REC-D-12-00379, 2013
8 Das, Ira, Dutta, M. K. and Borbora, S.,“ Rural–urban Linkages for Development of Rural Economy in Assam: A Social Accounting Matrix Approach”, International Journal of Rural Management, (Sage Publications), 9 (2), Oct, 2013, pp.183-208,2013.
9 Arupjyoti Saikia, “Mosquitoes, Malaria, and Malnutrition: An Environmental History of the Tea Plantations in Assam”, RCC Perspectives, 2013 (forthcoming).
  10 Archana Barua, “Analytic Vs. Continental Philosophy : Space for the Lived Experiences”, Oladipo B. Stephen et al eds., International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Invention (Vol. 2 Issue 6 ,ISSN (Print): 2319-7714 June-2013.),pp.11-13.
  11 Archana barua,“The Conflicting ‘Other’ in Jean Paul Sartre’s Existentialism”.In Quest International Multidisciplinary Research Journal( ISSN :2278-4497,Vol. 2 Issue 1,June -2013) .http://www.mahidachintan.com/June2013
  2013 12 Archana Barua, “Re-visiting Intersubjectivity in Edmund Husserl : a Phenomenological exploration of self and its other by J.N.Mohanty”,Research Expo : International Interdisciplinary Research Journal,Vol III ,Issue I March 2013(http://researchjournals.in/documents/March-2013/10.pdf;  
  2012 13 V.Prabhu, ‘Forward in the name of God: Issues in email ethics’, Cadernos do pet Filosofia, Vol.3, Issue 6, July-Dec 2012, and pp-70 – 78.  
  14 V.Prabhu and Dewartha Morang, “Effectiveness of Convergence Hypothesis – A Case Study”, Review of Management Innovation and Creativity, Volume 5, Issue 15, 2012, pp- 107 – 111.  
  15 V.Prabhu and Dewartha Morang, “Is deep ecology a realistic policy goal”, Philosophy for business, Issue 73, April 2012.  
  16 Anamika Barua, Suparana Katyaini and Bhupen Mili ,
” Understanding the multifaceted attributes to rural poverty while assessing the water – poverty – climate change linkage in the Indian Eastern Himalaya”, International Journal of Green Economics, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 73-94, 2012.
 
  17 Anamika Barua, Bandana Khataniar, and Ruma Talukdar,
“Dwindling forests in Assam, India: Causes and Remedies ”
The Clarion: International Multidisciplinary Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2,2012, pp. 154-167.
 
  18 Anamika Barua ,Suparana Katyayani, and Bhupen Mili ,
” Assessment of adaptation to floods through bottom up approach: A case study of three agro-climatic zones of Assam ”
International Multidisciplinary Journal – The Clarion, Vol.1, No.1, 2012,pp.157-164
 
  19 Kumari, M. and Mallick, S. , “Proprietary Technology in Agriculture: Response of Civil Society Organizations in India”, International Journal of Environmental Research and Earth Science, 1 (1): 1-12,2012.  
  20 S.Mahanta , “ Locality in exceptions and derived environments in vowel harmony”, Natural Language and Linguistic Theory,30:4, 1109-1146 DOI:10.1017/S0025100312000096,2012.  
  21 S.Mahanta , “Assamese: Language Description”, Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 42.2, 217-224 ,2012.  
  2012 22 Das, Daisy, Borbora, S. and Dutta, M. K., “Living Environment and Quality of Life: A Case Study”, International Journal of Ecological Economics & Statistics (IJEES), Volume: 25, Issue Number: 2, pp. 71-84, 2012.  
  23 S.Borbora and Ashima Majumdar, “Growth Dynamics of the Informal Manufacturing Sector in Assam: A Comparison to the National Level”, Journal of Business Management and Social Science Research, Vol 1 No 1, October 2012, pp. 104-120(available at http://www.borjournals.com/JBMSSR_Vol1_No1.html),2012.  
  24 Arupjyoti Saikia,“The Historical Geography of the Assam Violence” Economic and Political Weekly, 2012.  
  25 Arupjyoti saikia, “Oral tradition, nationalism and Assamese social history: Remembering a peasant uprising” Indian Economic & Social History Review, 2012.  
  26 Archana Barua, “Gendering the digital body: women and computers”, AI & Society, Society,vol.27. Karamjit S Gill(ed). London: Springer. March 2012 Vol. , No. (2012) pp. 1 – 13  
  27 Archana Barua, “MYSTICAL APPROACH TO SELF AND NO SELF: BEING, AND NOTHINGNESS IN MEISTER ECKHART AND HEIDEGGER”, International Journal of Humanities and Religion, Dec 2012 on www.humanitiesjournal.info;  
  28 Archana Barua,“Can AI really outsmart Humans?”, IJMER ,ISSN :22777881,issue 2 ,2012.  
  29 Archana Barua,“ The Zen Way to Enlightenment with Special Emphasis on American Zen Buddhism”, International Journal of Social Science Tomorrow, Vol. 1 No. 5, pp.1-5,2012.  
  30 Krishna Barua , “The Body: A Reading of the Androgyne in Patrick White’s The Solid Mandala and The Twyborn Affair” PATRICK WHITE CENTENARY INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF AUSTRALASIA IN ASIA Dept of English, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad 5 -7 November 2012.  
  2011 31 B.Sengupta, “Provision of Public Good in a Federal Economy: The Role of Party Politics”, European Journal of Political Economy, 2011.  
  32 D.Das and Arupjyoti Saikia , “Early Twentieth Century Agrarian Assam: A Brief and Preliminary Overview”, Economic and Political Weekly, 46: 41, 73-80, 2011.  
  33 Nigam, A., Nongmaithem, S.,Sharma, S. & Tripathi, N., “ The impact of strategic human resource management on the performance of firms in India: A study of service sector firms”, Journal of Indian Business Research, 3(3), 148-167,2011.  
  34 Tripathi,N.,Sorokowski, P., et al , “Attractiveness of leg length: Report from 27 nations”, Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology, 42(1), 131-139, 2011.  
  35 Hussain, D. & Bhushan, B., “Cultural Factors Promoting Coping Among Tibetan Refugees: A Qualitative Investigation”, Mental Health, Religion, and Culture, 14 (6), 575-587, 2011.  
  36 Hussain, D., “Stress, Immunity, and Health: Review and Implications”, International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, 15, 101-108, 2011.  
  37 Hussain, D., “Spirituality, Religion, and Health: Reflections and Issues”, Europe’s Journal of Psychology, 1, 187-197, 2011.  
  38 Hussain, D. & Bhushan, B., “Posttraumatic Stress and Growth among Tibetan refugees: The Mediating Role of Cognitive Coping Strategies” Journal of Clinical Psychology, 67 (7), 720-735, 2011.  
  39 Hussain, D., “Stress, Immunity, and Health: Review and Implications”, International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, 15, 101-108, 2011.  
  40 Hussain, D., “Spirituality, Religion, and Health: Reflections and Issues”,Europe’s Journal of Psychology, 1, 187-197,2011.  
  41 Hussain, D. & Bhushan, B., “Posttraumatic Stress and Growth among Tibetan refugees: The Mediating Role of Cognitive Coping Strategies”, Journal of Clinical Psychology, 67 (7), 720-735, 2011.  
  42 Hussain, D., “Cross-cultural challenges to the construct PTSD”,Traumatic StressPoints, Vol 25, issue 3, 2011.  
  43 Pahi Saikia, “Political Opportunities, Constraints, and Mobilizing Structures: An Integrated Approach to Different Levels of Ethno-Political Contention in Northeast India”, India Review, 2011 – Taylor & Francis  
  2011 44 Sawmya Ray., “Right Intention, Not So Right Outcome: Addressing Domestic Violence Through Women’s Cell”, International Journal Of Social Sciences And Humanity Studies, Vol 3, No 1, 2011, pp. 437-444, 2011.  
  45 Mallick, S., “Knowledge Production in Biotechnology in India”, IEEE Technology and Society, 30 (2): 46-54, 2011.  
  46 Mallick, S., Haribabu, E. and Reddy, B. B., ‘Industrialization of Seed Production: Implications for Agriculture in India’, Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, 10 (3-4): 441-57, 2011.  
  47 Sharma Sukanya ,“Southeast Asian Elements in the Archaeological evidence of Northeast India” , SPAFA journal: a publication of the SEAMEO Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts (SPAFA), Bangkok, Jan-April or May-August 2011.  
  48 R.Mokashi-Punekar, “Is it Possible to be Dalit in Medieval India?”, JSL (special issue on Dalit Literature), Spring 2011.  
  49 R.Mokashi-Punekar, ‘Post-modern or Kitsch: the poetry of Vikram Seth’, JSL, Autumn 2011  
  50 Kalpana Bora and Rohini Mokashi-Punekar, “Maximum City’: Mumbai, Spatial Politics, and Representation’ Spaces and Flows”, International Journal of Urban and Extra Urban Studies, vol.1 (3), 2011, pp. 151-166.  
  51 Das, Daisy, Borbora, S. and Dutta, M. K., “Satisfaction from Quality of Life in Urban Living Environment” ,South Asian Journal of Socio-Political Studies, January – June, 2011, pp. 62-65  
  52 Daisy Das, S. Borbora & M. K. Dutta, “Satisfaction from Quality of Life in Urban Living Environment”, South Asian Journal of Socio-Political Studies (Sajosps), Vol XI No. 2, Jan –June 2011, pp. 62-65  
  53 Ashima Majumdar, Saundarjya Borbora, “Shift Share Analysis and the Urban Informal Manufacturing Sector in Assam”, ECONOMIC GROWTH eJOURNAL, Vol. 3, No. 71: Jun 1, 2011.  
  54 A.Saikia, “Imperialism, Geology and Petroleum: History of Oil in Colonial Assam” , Economic and Political Weekly, 2011.  
  55 A.Saikia, “Kaziranga National Park: History, Landscape and Conservation Practices” Economic and Political Weekly, 2011.  
  2011 56 A.Saikia, “Genius of Bhupen Hazarika”, Economic & Political Weekly, 2011.  
  57 D Das & A Saikia, “Early Twentieth Century Agrarian Assam: A Brief and Preliminary Overview”, Economic & Political Weekly, 2011.  
  2010 58 Tripathi, N., Nongmaithem, S., Ristic, L. Mitkovic, M., & Zdravkovic, J., “ Assertiveness and personality: Cross-cultural differences in Indian and Serbian male students”,  Psychological Studies, 55(4), 330-338,2010.  
  59 Tripathi, N., “ Privacy and Control: Are they related?”,Psychological Studies, 55(2), 108-117, 2010  
  60 Sinha, J.B.P., Singh, S., Gupta, P., Srivastava, K.B.L, Sinha, R.B.N., Srivastava, S., Ghosh, A., Siddiqui, R.N., Tripathi, N., Gupta, M., Srivastava, S., Mulla, Z., Vijayalakshmi, C., Pandey, A., “An exploration of the Indian mindset” ,  Psychological Studies, 55(1), 3-17,2010.  
  61 Hussain, D., “Healing Through Writing: Insights from Research”, International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, 12, 19-23, 2010.  
  62 Hussain, D. & Bhushan, B., “Psychology of Meditation and Health: Present Status and Future Directions”, International Journal of Psychology and Psychological Therapy, 10, 431-451, 2010.  
  63 Hussain, D., “How Religion/Spirituality effect Health? Reflections on some possible mechanisms”, International Journal of Existential Psychology & Psychotherapy, 3, 1-3, 2010.  
  64 S.Mahanta, “Exceptions in vowel harmony and lexical indexation”, Annual Review of South Asian Languages and Linguistics. 65-100, 2010.  
  65 S.Mahanta, “Prominence as a left-edge parameter in Assamese, Bangla and Oriya: A phonetic and phonological investigation”, International Journal of Dravidian Linguistics. Vol XXXIII:101-128 (IJDL) [Non-referreed journal], 2010.  
  66 A.Saikia, “Landlords, Tenants and Agrarian Relations Revisiting a Peasant Uprising in Colonial Assam”, Studies in History, 2010.  
  67 A.Saikia, “The Moneylenders and Indebtedness: Understanding the Peasant Economy of colonial Assam, 1900-1950” Indian Historical Review, 2010.  
  2009 68 D. Das, “Political Economy of Contemporary India: Some Comments,” (with Deepankar Basu), Economic and Political Weekly, 44: 22, 157-159, 2009.  
  69 D. Das, “An Explanation of Share Tenancy in terms of Unemployment, Social Norms and Power,” Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, 18: 4, 527-540, 2009.  
  70 D. Das, “Absolute Advantage Theory and North-South Trade,” Contemporary Issues and Ideas in Social Sciences, 5: 2, 1-16, 2009 (Web journal).  
  71 Hussain, D. & Bhushan, B., “Development and validation of the Refugee Trauma Experience Invetory’, Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 1(2), 107-117, 2009.  
  72 Anamika Barua and Klaus Hubacek, ” An empirical analysis of Environmental Kuznets curve for water pollution in India ” ,International Journal of Global Environmental Issues., Vol. 9, Nos. 1/2, 2009.  
  73 Mallick S., “The Intellectual Property Rights Regime and the Changing Structure of Scientific Research in India: Lessons from the Developing World”, Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, 8 (4): 628-54, 2009.  
  74 A.Saikia, “History, Buranjis and Nation: Suryya Kumar Bhuyan’s Histories in 20th century Assam” Indian Economic and Social History Review, 2009.  
  75 A.Saikia, “The Kaziranga National Park: Dynamics of Social and Political History’, Conservation and Society, 2009.

Journal Publications (National)

Year Sl. no Journal Details
2013 1 D. Hussain & K. Zhiman. ‘Poverty, social exclusion and health: A case study on the Koutruk community of Manipur’: Journal of Exclusion Studies, 3(1), 34-44. 2013.
2 S. Sharma. ‘Social Information from Lithic Tools: The Neolithic Tools of Garo Hills, Meghalaya’ in Pratna Samiksha:A Journal of Archaeology: Kolkata New Series,Volume 4: 2013.
3 Ashima Majumdar & S. Borbora, Social Security System and the Informal Sector in India: A Review, Economic & Political Weekly, vol xlviiI no 42, pp 69-72, October 19, 2013.
4 A.Barua. ‘Music, Mathematics and Philosophy’: Indian Philosophical Quarterly Vol.39,1-2, pp.17-27, 2013.
2012 5 Sengupta Gautam and S. Sharma ‘Archaeology in Northeast India: The Post-Independence Scenario in Ancient India’, New Series No. 1 2012.
6 M. K Dutta., ‘Inclusive Growth and Agriculture in Assam’, Eco-centric, Debraj Roy College, Golaghat, ISSN- 2250-0405, pp. 7-14 2012.
7 M. K Dutta. ‘Economic Performance of Assam in the Post-Liberalisation Period’, Human Face, Margherita College, Margherita, ISSN- 2278-0335, pp. 23-33, May 2012.
8 S. Borbora, Gopal Kumar Sarma. ‘Sustainability of Microfinance under Microfinance Institution Model: A Case of Assam’: Finance India, vol XXVI No. 2. PP. 471-488. June 2012.
9 Kashyap, N and Singh, T. ‘Does doodling effect performance: comparison across retrieval strategies’ 2012.
10 R. Robinson (with Surya Prakash Upadhyay). ‘Revisiting communalism and fundamentalism in India’. Economic and Political Weekly 47, 36: 35-57. 2012
11 Papori Rani Barooah and Liza Das. ‘Consensual Hallucination’: Mapping Cyborg Society in William Gibson’s Neuromancer’: The Atlantic Critical Review 11 (2), 123-56, 2012
12 Merry Baruah Bora and L. Das, “Quest for Identity: A Reading of Shashi Deshpande’s Small Remedies.” Negotiations 2, 24-29, 2012.
13 Merry Baruah Bora and Liza Das. “The Body in the Family Politic: Reading Shashi Deshpande’s Moving On and In the Country of Deceit.” The Atlantic Literary Review 13 (1), 96-111, 2012.
14 V.Prabhu and Tanuja Kalita, Preference satisfaction in Peter Singer’s ethics, Discourse, pp.20 – 27 Oct-Dec 2012
15 V.Prabhu and Tanuja Kalita, A Response to Peter Singer’s position on euthanasia, Lokayukta, Vol-II, No.-2, , pp 17 – 21. September 2012
16 V.Prabhu, A non – cognitive approach to understanding religious meaning, Philosophica, Vol II, pp. 9 – 18. September 2012
17 S.Mahanta. ‘Chain shifts, Feature Distance and Contrast Preservation’. The EFL Journal (Special issue on Optimality Theory) 3.2: 41-64. 2012
18 Som, Bidisha. Review of Advanced English Grammar. Language and Language Teaching. Vol 2.No.1. 2012.
2011 19 V.Prabhu and T. Kalita, Understanding the role of person in ethics: Buddhist and Singer perspective, Suvidya – journal of philosophy and religion, Vol.5, No.2, pp-97 – 104. December 2011
20 R. Sarma and S.Sharma “The (Culturally) Disappearing people of Arunachal Pradesh; a Conceptual Understanding” in Quest, vol.IV, 132-148; January, 2011
21 R.Mokashi-Punekar ‘Chokhamela the Dalit poet-saint’ Samaj Prabodhan, vol.xx, no.2, pp. 14-29. (Journal in Marathi published from Belgaum) 2011
   
22 Ira Das, M. K. Dutta, and S. Borbora, “Status, Scope and Labour Absorption in Unorganised Manufacturing Sector in North Eastern Region” Indian Journal of Regional Science, vol. 43, No. 2, pp. 27-39. 2011
23 Parag Dutta and M.K. Dutta, “An Analysis of Fiscal Crisis and Fiscal Reforms in Assam in Recent Decades”, Assam Economic Journal, vol. XXII, pp. 01-20, 2011
24 Ira Das, M. K. Dutta and S. Borbora, “Status, Growth and Scope of Labour Absorption in Unorganised Manufacturing Sector in North Eastern Region”, Indian Journal of Regional Science, Vol. XXXXIII, No. 1, pp 27-39. 2011
25 K Barua. A betweenness in the language of enactment : in Raja Rao’s Kanthapura – Indian Fiction in English The Indian Review of World Literature in English,IRWLE, VOL 7,NO:2. July 2011
26 B. Som,  “Towards a Cognitive Linguistic Understanding of Folk Narratives. Lokaratna .Volume IV. (54-63).3. 2011
27 B. Som, “Language, Categorization and Cognitive Structures: The Case of Great Andamanese”. International Journal of Dravidian Linguistics. Volume XXXX. No. 1(175-190). 2011
2010 28 S. Ray (Annie George, and U.Vindhya). ‘Sex Trafficking and Sex Work: Definitions, Debates, and Dynamics – A Review of Literature’, pp. 64-74, Economic and Political Weekly: Review of Women’s Studies, vol XLV, No. 17. 2010.
29 S. Ray (Aparna rayaprol). ‘Understanding Gender Justice: Perceptions of Lawyers in India’, pp. 335-363. Indian Journal of Gender Studies. Vol. 17 No. 3. 2010
30 S. Ray. ‘Institutional Responses to Violence Against Women: Study of Cases in Mahila Police Stations, Hyderabad’, Indian Journal of Human Rights. 2010.
31 Merry Baruah Bora and Liza Das, “Myths in Shashi Deshpande’s The Dark Holds No Terrors and A Matter of Time.” DUJES 18: 50-62, 2010.
32 V.Prabhu, Wittgenstein and Frazer in understanding rituals, Suvidya-– journal of philosophy and religion, Vol.4, No.1, pp 7-16. June 2010
33 V.Prabhu, review article of the book “Creative Problem-Solving in Ethics”, Suvidya – journal of philosophy and religion”, Vol.4, No.2, pp. 119-120,  December 2010
34 Ira Das, M. K. Dutta and S. Borbora, ‘Sectoral Linkages in Assam: An Empirical Analysis’, Man and Development, 32 (2), pp. 77-94. 2010
35 A.Barua. ‘Education For Swaraj : A Gandhian Perspectivs’, in Special Volume onNai Talim Education System,Hydearabad:National Council of Rural Institutes (NCRI):pp.22-25,September 2010
36 R. Bedamatta. “A District Level Analysis of Food Insecurity in Rural Orissa”, Review of Development and Change, Volume XV, No. 1, January-June, pp. 49-68. (Peer reviewed) 2010
2009 37 Tripathi, S. & N.Tripathi. ‘Influence strategies and organizational success: Moderating effect of organizational culture’. Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 45(2), 213-228. 2009
38 S. Mallick, ‘The Political Economy of Agricultural Biotechnology in India’, Social Scientist, 37 (3-4): 52-63. 2009.
39 S. Sharma “Images of Women: The ZEE TV Style” in Prologue vol II & III no.1& 2 2008/2009.
2008 40 S. Sharma “The Architectural Landscape of Kamakhya Temple Complex” in Purattava no.38: 2008.
41 S. Sharma “Tourism, Technology and the Enterpreneur: A Case Study from Northeast India” in The Icfai University Journal of Business Strategy, Vol.V, No.4, 2008
42 B. Sengupta. Electoral Incentives, Institutions and Corruption” (With N V Long):Indian Growth and Development Review. 2008
43 Liza Das “Infidel Heteroglossia: A Bakhtinian Comment on Cyborology”. JICPR (Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research) 23.4:188-96. , 2008.
44 Papori Rani Barooah and Liza Das, “Artificial Intelligence and Computer Story Generators.” Protocol II: 26-39. 2008.
45 Barooah, Papori Rani and Liza Das, “Hard Texts and Hypertexts: A Case for Intertextuality,” Quills 3:19-30. 2008.
46 L. Das, “Autonomy/Self-fashioning: Foucauldian Perspectives on Subnationalism”. Research Journal of Contemporary Concerns 4:3-7. 2008
47 L. Das, trans. “The Cry of the Crane” by Arundhati Dutta. Indian Literature (Sahitya Akademi). 2008
 

 


 

Books and Book Chapters

Forth-

coming

1 A.Saikia. ‘Coal in Colonial Assam: the Dynamics of Exploration, Trade and Environmental Consequences’ in K. Lahiri Dutta ed. The Coal Nation: Histories, Cultures and Ecologies of Coal in India, Ashgate, London (forthcoming).
2 A. Saikia. “Making Room Inside Forests: Grazing and Agrarian Conflicts in the Brahmaputra valley of Colonial Assam” in M. Rangarajan and K. Shivaramakrishnan ed. Shifting Ground: People, Animals, and Mobility in India’s Environmental History’, Oxford University Press, Delhi (Forthcoming).
3 K. Barua. ‘Space and Landscape: Deep Ecology in Raja Rao’s The Serpent and the Rope and Gao Xingjian’s Soul Mountain. “Consciousness, Theatre, Literature and the Arts: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014 (forthcoming).
4 K. Barua “Place, Landscape and Self in Gao Xingjian’s Soul Mountain” Landscape, Seascape and the Spatial Imagination,ed. Jonathan White, National Sun Yet-sen University Publications,Taiwan,2014 (forthcoming).
5 B. Som, ‘structure of Bodo motion verbs: salience of PATH component’, (forthcoming).
6 D. Das, “Some Aspects of Agricultural Investment in India”, in “Economic Challenges for the Contemporary World: Essays in Honour of Prabhat Patnaik”’, (edited by Mausumi Das, Sabyasachi Kar, Nandan Nawn), Sage, New Delhi, (forthcoming).
7 S. Borbora. ‘ “Livelihood Issues in the context of Inclusive Growth” in Challenges of Inclusive Development: A Perspective from the Grassroots’, (Eds.) B. Saikia, D. Lahkar, EBH Publishers (India), pp. 61-66, 2014.
  8 R. Mokashi-Punekar, “Dissenting Voices: Continuities in the Varkari Tradition” in Vijaya Ramaswamy ed. Devotion and Dissent in Indian History, Cambridge University Press, Delhi (forthcoming).
2013 9 R. Robinson and Ashok Kumar M. ‘Naraloka Prarthana: Prayer in the language of protest’ In Guiseppe Giordan and Linda Woodhead, ed., Annual review of the sociology of religion (Volume 4): Prayer in religion and spirituality, pp. 124-140. Leiden: Brill. 2013.
10 R. Robinson. ‘Social development of the Christian community in India’, In Zoya Hasan and Mushirul Hasan, eds., India: Social Development Report 2012: Minorities at the margins, pp. 263-274. New Delhi: Oxford University Press. 2013
11 R. Robinson.’The culture of small towns. In R N Sharma and R S Sandhu’, eds., Small cities and towns in global era: Emerging changes and perspectives, pp. 70-83. Jaipur: Rawat Publications, 2013.
12 R. Robinson. ‘Planning and economic development: Ambedkar versus Gandhi’, In Biswamoy Pati, ed., Invoking Ambedkar: Contributions, receptions and legacies, pp. 59-71. Delhi: Primus Books, 2013.
13 A. Barua. ‘Water Conflict, Law and Governance’, In Water Resources: An Integrated Approach, Ed Joseph Holden, Routledge (with K. Tongper) http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415602822/. 2013.
14 A.Saikia. ‘A Century of Protests: Peasant Politics in Assam since 1900, Routledge, Delhi, 2013.
15 P. Sarmah. ‘Tiwa tones in monosyllables. In North East Indian Linguistics’, Volume 5, Chapter 2 pp. 249-270, 2013.
2012 16 R. Robinson. ‘Boundaries of Religion: Essays on Christianity, ethnic conflict and violence’, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2012.
17 R. Robinson. ‘Indian Muslim leadership: Predicaments and possibilities for human security’, In James K Wellman Jr. and Clark Lombardi, ed., Religion and human security: A global perspective, pp. 113-129., New York: Oxford University Press, 2012.
18 D. Borah and Liza Das. ‘Ethnicity and the Colonial Encounter in Post-Independence Assamese Fiction: A Reading of Rongmilir Hanhi, Iyaruingom and Ejaak Manuh Ekhon Aranya.’ Problematics on Ethnicity, Identity and Literature. Eds. A.C. Barua and H.K. Nath. Guwahati: ISEIL / SPS India. 311-16. 2012.
19 R. Deka and Liza Das. ‘Ethnicity, Identity and Trauma: Exploring Displacement in Uma Kanta Sharma’s Ejaak Manuh Ekhan Aranya.’ Problematics on Ethnicity, Identity and Literature. Eds. A.C. Barua and H.K. Nath, Guwahati: ISEIL / SPS India, 2012. 105-11. 2012.
20 P. Chakrabarti and Liza Das, ‘Negative Representation of North East India Sells News’,  Issues of Media Policy, Regulations and Ethics, ed. Ambrish Saxena, New Delhi: Kanishka, 148-55, 2012.
21 V.Prabhu, ‘God, good and evil: A philosophical perspective in ‘Construction of Evil in North East India’, eds: Prassenjit Biswas, Joshua Thomas, pp. 22 – 29, Sage Publications, India, 2012.
22 A.Barua, Suparana Katyaini, and Bhupen Mili,  ‘Reducing the Vulnerability of the Poor by Building Resilience: A Case Study from South Sikkim’ in Climate change in Sikkim-Patterns, Impacts and Initiatives, edited by Arrawatia, M.L. and Tambe, S., Information and Public Relations Department, Government of Sikkim, Pg 291- 332, 2012.
23 Mallick, S. ‘Proprietary Food Crop Controversy: Implications for Public Policy in India’ in Dutta, M. K. and Borbora, S., eds., Governance Issues and Gender Aspects in Development: A North East Indian Perspective. Guwahati: Papyrus, pp. 70-89, 2012.
24 R. Mokashi-Punekar, ‘Chokhamela’, Brill’s Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Leiden (The Netherlands): Brill Publishers, pp.201-8, 2012
25 R. Mokashi-Punekar, ‘The Bharuds of Eknath: Peformance, Humour and Satire’ in Indian Satire in the First Period of Modernity ed. By Monika Horstmann and Heidi Pauwels as a volume in the series Khoj, Weisbaden (Germany): Harrassowitz Verlag, 2012
26 A.Prasad and Rohini Mokashi-Punekar, ‘Absence as Presence: the construction of ‘subalternity’ in Amitav Ghosh’s The Calcutta Choromosome’, in Subaltern Vision: a study in Postcolonial Indian English Novel, London and New York: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012.
27 M. K. Dutta and Borbora, S., (Eds.), ‘Governance Issues and Gender Aspects in Development: A North East India Perspective’, Papyrus, Guwahati, 2012.
  28 P. Dutta and Dutta, M. K., “An Analysis of Fiscal and Debt Sustainability in Assam in Recent Decades” in Roy, Niranjan and Mandal, Raju (eds.) A Tapestry of Research in Economics in North East India, Assam University, Silchar, 2012
2012 29 S. Borbora. ‘India-ASEAN FTA and India’s North East : A look into infrastructure’ in India-Asean Economic Integration- Opportunities and Challenges for India’s North East, (Ed.) Lianzela, R. S. Ratna and Vanlal Chhawna, Macmillan, PP. 245-251, 2012.
30 S. Borbora. ‘Governance Issues and Gender Aspects in Development: A North East India Perspective’, Edited by M. K. Dutta and S. Borbora, Papyrus, 2012.
31 S. Borbora. ‘Microfinance at Crossroads: Issues of Sustainability, Efficiency in the Present Scenario’ in ‘Segments from Development Discourse in Northeast India’, (ed.) Niranjan Roy, Raju Mandal, Assam University, Silchar, pp 216-241, 2012.
2011 32 B. Som and Mishra, R. K. “Teaching a second language or Foreign language in the North East: Psycholinguistic and Cognitive Issues”. In Awadesh K. Mishra and Kandarpa Das (Eds): Issues in teaching-learning second and foreign languages (with special reference to North East India), Lakshi Publishers.Delhi. (52-71). ISBN 978-81-906622-5-3, 2011.
33 N. Kumar and Tripathi, N. ‘The effect of role ambiguity and role conflict on stress and job satisfaction in Indian call centre agents: Moderating role of coworkers support’. In P. Singh, P. Bain, C. H. Leong, G. Mishra. & Y. Ohtsubo (Eds.), Individual, group, and cultural processes in changing societies: Progress in Asian psychology series (Vol. 8, pp. 187-196). New Delhi: MacMillan (ISBN: 978 0230322585), 2011.
34 P. Saikia, ‘Ethnic Mobilisation and Violence in Northeast India, Routledge, September, 2011.
35 S. Sharma, ‘Like a leaf of a page leaping up in flames in Exploring North- East Indian Writings in English’; Volumes 2 (ed. Indu Swami): Sarup Book Publishers, New Delhi, 2011.
36 S. Sharma, ‘Rethinking the Neolithic of Northeast India: Issues and Prospects in Neolithic of Eastern India’ (Singh K.S ed.), New Delhi: Indian Archaeological Society, March 2011.
37 S. Sharma, ‘Indigenous Knowledge, Sustainability and Shifting Cultivation: The Garo Experience in The North East Umbrella: Cultural-Historical Interaction and Isolation of the Tribes in the Region (Pre-history to 21st Century)’, (ISBN-81-85408-00-53) Shillong: Don Bosco Centre for Indigenous Cultures 2011.
38 R. Mokashi-Punekar, ‘Views from a Different India: Not Hinglish but Nagamese’, in Chutneyfying English: the Phenomenon of Hinglish ed. By Rupert Snell and Rita Kothari, New Delhi: Penguin Books. ISBN 978 0 14 3416395, 2011.
39 A.Nath and Rohini Mokashi-Mokashi-Punekar, ‘Fasting, Feasting: Food, Consumption and the Politics of Power’ in The Writer’s Feast: Food and the Cultures of Representation edited by Supriya Choudhuri and Rimi B. Chatterjee, New Delhi: Orient Blackswan, pp.92-104. ISBN 978 81 25041955, 2011.
  40 R. Mokashi-Punekar, ‘Chokhamela’, in The Oxford Anthology of Bhakti Literature, ed. By Andrew Schelling, New Delhi: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-8069126, 2011
  41 M.K. Dutta, ‘Irrigation Potential in Agriculture of Assam’, Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd., New Delhi, 2011.
42 S. Borbora, ‘Commercial Banking and SHG-Bank Linkage Programme: A Review with Special Reference to Northeastern Region’ in the edited book “Understanding India’s North East” , eds. Prof. A.K. Agarwal and Dr. B. Singh, DVS Publishers, 2011, PP. 121 -127, 2011.
43 A.Saikia, ‘Forests and Ecological History of Assam, 1826-2000, Oxford University Press, Delhi, 2011.
44 A. Barua, ‘Computer Ethics : A Heideggerian Perspective ’, In : INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT , ed. by : Savita Pathak , and Sarika Sharma , Right Publishing & Press, Pune,pp.196-204, 2011
45 K. Barua. “I know not where is the song!”The Editor’s Choice.Contemporary Short Stories in Indian English Sunil Sharma & Jaydep Sarangi ed. Gnosis,Author’s Press, Delhi, 2011.
46 G. Sarma and S.Borbora, ‘Sustainability and Outreach of Microfinance Institutions in Assam: A Case Study of RGVN-CSP’, JMI, New Delhi and funded by NABARD, 2011
2010 47 N. Kashyap, ‘Sleep effects on declarative memory: An experimental analysis’, Lambert Academic Publication, Germany, 2010.
48 A.Barua, “Mobile Phone & the Philosophy of Discourse” In Philosophy of Cultures: a contemporary understanding ( Eds ) Vanlalnghak & L. Lenka, pp.73-80(2), 2010.
49 A.Barua, ‘Ethics of War & Weapons of Mass Destruction’, in. S.Goswami (ed.) Knowledge,Freedom and Reason , Publication Cell:Dept.of Philosophy,GU,pp.93-94.,July 2010.
50 A.Barua, ‘What is Phenomenology’, in S.Goswami (ed). Dimensions of Philosophy Tradition and Modernity, Publication cell:Dept.of Philosophy,GU, pp.93-94, June 2010.
51 A.Barua, ‘Understanding Business Ethics ‘, in Dr C.Das (ed) DARSHIKA(Published by Aryavidyapith College,Guwahati),pp.130-141, August 2010.
52 A.Saikia, ‘From Jungle to Forests: Early Scientific Conservation in Assam 1870-1900’ U. Dasgupta (ed) History of Science in Pre-independent India, Pearson, Delhi, 2010.
53 S. Borboa, ‘Micro Finance in Rural Poverty Alleviation, in Development Scenario of North-East India, Ed. J. U. Ahmed, DVS Publishers, Guwahati, (pp 156-169), 2010.
54 S. Borbora, ‘Measurement and Indicators of Poverty in India, Jointly with R. Mahanta, in Poverty and Sustainable Development: Concepts and Measures’, ed by Dr. N. S. Iyengar, Deep & Deep Publications Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, (pp-151- 163), 2010.
55 S. Borbora, ‘Watershed Development: Participatory Management and Rural Livelihood Issues in India’ in “Dynamics of Watershed Development and Livelihood in India” (Eds) S S P Sharma and U.H. Kumar, Serial Publications, New Delhi, 2010.
2010 56 S. Borbora, ‘Economic Growth and Human Development: Chain Relationship’ in “Growth and Human Development in North-East India, (ed) P. Nayak, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2010.
57 S. Sharma, “Art and Architecture” in Heritage of Kamakhya on the Nilachala Hill (Bhuyan G N and Sujatha Nayak ed.) Guwahati: Vivekananda Kendra Institute of Culture, 2010.
58 S. Mallick, ‘The Intellectual Property Rights Regime and Scientific Practices: Response of the Scientific Community in India’ Germany: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing AG & Co. KG, 2010.
59 S. Mallick, ‘Changing Protocols of IPRs and Scientific Practices in the Age of Liberalization: The Case of Plant Molecular Biology in India’ in Asheulova, N., Pattnaik, B. K., Kolchinsky, E. and Sandstrom, G., eds., Liberalizing Research in Science and Technology: Studies in Science Policy. Saint-Petersburg: The Russian Academy of Sciences, pp. 437-473, 2010.
60 A.Barua and Ashok Jaitly, ‘Urban Water Sustainability in Asian cities – Is 24/7 water supply a possible solution?, A Planet for Life 2010: Sustainable Cities, Pierre Jacquet, Rajendra Pachauri and Laurence Tubiana (eds.), AFD, IDDRI and TERI, 2010.
61 V.Prabhu, Religion, Culture and Value- Wittgenstein’s perspective, Lambert Academic Publishers, Germany, November 2010.
2009 62 N. Tripathi and Nag, S. ‘Gender and Influence Strategies in Work Settings: Diminishing Differences’, Saarbrücken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. (ISBN: 978-3838346113), 2010.
63 B. Sengupta, ‘Revenue-Expenditure Nexus for Southern States: Some Policy Oriented Econometric Observations’ (With Kausik Chaudhuri),Finance Commission: Issues of the Southern States, 2009.
64 N. Tripathi, ‘Person-Environment Relationship: Some Insights.’ In P. Rishi (Eds.), Environmental issues: Behavioural insights (pp. 102-112). Jaipur: Rawat Publications. (ISBN: 81-316-0261-3), 2009
65 L. Das, ‘Renegade Renunciate: The Aghora Trilogy of/on Vimalananda.’ Traditional Knowledge Systems of India, Ed. V. Chariar. New Delhi: IIT Kharagpur and Viveka Foundation. 21-29, 2009.
66 S. Sharma, ‘Kamrup Anusandhan Samiti and History of Archaeological Research in Assam’ in Archaeology in India: Individuals, Ideas and Institutions (Sengupta G and K Gangopadhyay ed.)New Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal, 2009.
67 S. Borbora, ‘Entrepreneurship Education and SMEs’ in “Small and Medium Enterprises Transitional Economies: Challenges and Opportunities”, (Eds) Dr. Aneet and Dr. Monika Aggarwal, Deep and Deep Publications Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, 2009.
68 K. Barua, ‘Jane Austen in Patrick White?’ Jane Austen and the comic Tradition .Laura Carrol ed. La Trobe University Press ,Melbourne,Australia, 2009.
 

 


 

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