Publications of the Chair since August 2015
Ranabir Samaddar Speaks on Rohingya Crisis : It is also a Question of Human Rights, Ananadabazar Patrika, 2017 CLICK HERE
A long month in the life of turbulent West Bengal, Catch News, 2017 CLICK HERE
The Logistical City, 2017 CLICK HERE
Mamata’s pro-poor policies alone may not be enough to stop BJP in Bengal, 2017 CLICK HERE
50 years of Naxalbari: why the new milieu it spawned is still relevant today, 2017 CLICK HERE
"The Labour of the Refugee Economy", Refugee Watch Online, 2017 CLICK HERE
The Crisis of 1974: Railway Strike and the Rank and File, Primus Books, 2017.
Accumulation in Post-Colonial Capitalism, co-edited with Iman Kumar Mitra and Samita Sen, Springer, 2017.
“Education, Inequality, and Neo liberalism” in Avinash Kumar Singh (ed.), Education and Empowerment in India, London and New York: Routledge, 2016
A Post-Colonial Enquiry into Europe’s Debt and Migration Crisis, Springer, 2016.
Cultures of Governance and Peace A Comparison of EU and Indian Theoretical and Policy Approaches, co-edited with J. Peter Burgess and Oliver P. Richmond, Manchester, 2016
“Forced Migration Situations as exceptions in History?” International Journal of Migration and Border Studies. CLICK HERE
"A life beyond boundaries": Benedict Anderson 1936-2015, Biblio , January-February 2016. CLICK HERE
Human Migration as Crisis of Europe”, Economic and Political Weekly, L (51), 19 December 2015 CLICK HERE
“Beyond the Frame of Practical Reason: The Indian Evidence Act and Its Performative Life”, Diogenes, 60 (3-4), 2015
“The Indian Railway Workers and the Crisis of 1974”, Working USA: The Journal of Labor and Society, 18, December 2015
“The Politics of Indebtedness and Government”, Alternatives (Montreal), October 2015 CLICK HERE
“The Violent Foundations of Citizenship” in Samir K. Das (ed.), India: Democracy and Violence (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2015)
“The Post-Colonial Bind of Greece”, August 2015 CLICK HERE
“Violence along the Indo-Bangladesh Border”, Broken Rifle: War Resisters’ International, 103, August 2015 CLICK HERE
A Report on Rohingyas : The Emergence of a Stateless Community.