China and Socialism
Hart-Landsberg and Burkett's China and Socialism argues that market reforms in China are leading inexorably toward a capitalist and foreign-dominated development path, with enormous social...
Megha Kumar studied South Asian history as a Rhodes Scholar at Balliol College, Oxford, obtaining a D.Phil. in 2009. She has subsequently held the Past and Present Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
Giovanni Arrighi (1937-2009) was an Italian economist and sociologist. Some of his seminal works include The Long Twentieth Century: Money, Power and the Origins of Our Times (1994), Chaos and
Vere Gordon Childe (14 April 1892 - 19 October 1957) is considered the father of modern archaeology. He specialised in the study of European prehistory. A vocal socialist, Childe accepted the socio
Sharmistha Mohanty is the author of two previous works of fiction – Book One and New Life. She has also translated a selection of Tagore's fictional work, Broken Nest and Other Stories.
PAUL AMAR is associate professor in the Global and International Studies Program at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Jeremy Seabrook is a researcher, journalist and writer. His recent books include Pauperland: Poverty and the Poor in Britain and People Without History: India’s Muslim Ghettos (Navayana).
Alok Gupta is a lawyer and queer rights activist.
Allan Engler is a Canadian activist and writer.
Jung Min Choi is Associate Professor of Sociology at San Diego State University.
Asok Majumdar is an Associate Professor of Political Science in Zakir Husain Post Graduate College, University of Delhi.
Shireen Moosvi is professor of history at Aligarh Muslim University and is the author of The Mughal Empire, c. 1595: A Statistical Study (1987) and Taxation, Trade and People in Mughal India (2008)
Mohsin Alam Bhat is an Assistant Professor and Executive-Director of the Center for Public Interest Law at the Jindal Global Law School.