In Cultural Labour, the author studies bhuiyan puja (landworship), bidesia (theatre of migrant labourers), Reshma-Chuharmal (Dalit ballads), dugola (singing duels) from Bihar, and the song...
Sampat Kale is Assistant Professor at the School of Rural Development, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Tuljapur. He was visiting faculty at Karachi, Pakistan and Stockholm, Sweden.
Peter Custers (1949-2015) was a Dutch journalist and researcher who worked extensively on South Asia, particularly Bangladesh.
Ursula Huws is Professor of Labour and Globalisation at the University of Hertfordshire in the UK, and founder of Analytica Social and Economic Research. She is the author of The Making of a C
Anupama Rao has research and teaching interests in gender and sexuality studies; caste and race; historical anthropology; social theory; comparative urbanism; and colonial genealogies of human righ
Sharmistha Saha is a faculty at the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. She has been a doctoral and postdoctoral fellow at the International Resear
Angana P. Chatterji is a feminist anthropologist and historian of the present. Her recent writings include the co-edited volume, Contesting Nation: Gendered Violence in South Asia (Zubaan, 2012), L
Arthur Leslie Morton (1903-87) was a British Marxist historian.
Jacinta Kerketta (1983) born in Khudpos village of Manoharpur Block adjacent to the sprawling Saranda jungle in West Singhbhum district, Jharkhand, bordering Odisha.
Ramakrishna Mukherjee (d. 2015) was a scientist and sociologist who had been associated with various institutes in his life including Indian Statistical Institute, Indian Council of Social Science
James D. Cockcroft is a bilingual award-winning author of forty-five books on Latin America, Mexico, Latinos, culture, migration, and human rights. He is Internet professor for the State University
K.B. Saxena retired from the Indian Administrative Service in 2001. He is currently Professor of Social Justice and Governance in the Council for Social Development.
Shrikant Verma (1931-86) was a central figure in the Nai Kavita movement in the late 1950s and the early 1960s. Born in Bilaspur, he did his Masters in Hindi from Nagpur University in 1956, then mo