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Benjamin Kingsbury

‘Elegantly written, deeply moving, humane, angry without being polemical. One of the most compelling historical reconstructions of a climatic disaster tha...


Ralph Russel

For many people, Urdu is indelibly associated with a bygone era: the cultural renaissance of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in the face of colonial opp...


Ian Bradford

The police snubbed Christopher and detained the driver; they interrogated him for about fifteen minutes and let him go… Christopher sauntered to the back...


Swapna Liddle

What we know today as Chandni Chowk was once a part of one of the greatest cities of the world—the imperial city established by the Mughal emperor Shahjah...


Ashwin Parulkar , Saba Sharma , Amod Shah , Shikha Sethia

In 2005, starving members of the Bhuiya clan in one of Bihar’s poorest villages dug up a long-buried dead goat, cooked and ate it. Sixteen people died wit...


Jonathan Conlin

Everything you ever needed to know about the fundamental principles of three centuries of modern economic thought, as articulated by thirteen of the world&rsquo...


Salim Yusufji , Githa Hariharan

For well over a decade, there has been a battle going on in India, as old divisions and inequalities have become deeper. Since 2014, this battle has reached a f...


Anubha Bhonsle

In her powerful, poignant book—one of the best non-fiction works from India in recent years—Anubha Bhonsle examines the tangled and tragic history o...


Hub Van Wersch

The book is the most detailed and comprehensive work we have yet on the subject. That alone makes it essential reading for anyone interested in the labour movem...


Dom Moraes

Inspiring lessons from some of the world’s wisest and pioneering business leaders. • What does it take to achieve success? • How can you take ...


A.S. Panneerselvan

‘The essays in Uncertain Journeys: Labour Migration from South Asia document the price people pay to earn a dignified livelihood, as well as the...


Zainab Priya Dala

From the vantage point of her own personal history—a fourth-generation Indian South African of mixed lineage—indentured as well as trader class, par...