PUBLICATIONS BY IIHS URBAN FELLOWS

  • 2021

    1. Jotwani, J. (2021, May 20). How’s your neighbourhood grocer surviving the second wave?. Citizen Matters.
    2. Jotwani, J. (2021, May 03). Coping with COVID, a challenge for Bengaluru’s seniors. Citizen Matters.
    3. Jotwani, J. (2021, April 26). BBMP’s plan to fix property tax gaps and loopholes. Citizen Matters.
    4. Jotwani, J. (2021, April 13). Women’s employment situation worsened during lockdown in urban Karnataka. Citizen Matters.
    5. Jotwani, J. (2021, March 30). What Women’s Day means for Bengaluru’s women labourers. Citizen Matters.
    6. Jotwani, J. (2021, February 23). How street vendors survive in “silent” Sadashivanagar. Citizen Matters.
  • 2020

    • Varshney, A. (2020). Revival and absence of Bengaluru’s traditional crop varieties. Mongabay.com.  
    • Arpita, C. (2020, August 21). In a post-COVID world, rethinking public spaces in Indian cities, and the need for spatial interventions. Firstpost.com.
    • Anupriya, S., Dhingra, A., Moharir, M., & Chatterjee, S. (2020, March 19). Planning for activists. KNOW blog.
    • Mujumdar, N. (2020). ‘If you want the full story, you have to start with our love story.’ In S. I. Anasuya (Ed.), Skin Stories (pp. 156-160). Mumbai: Point of View.
    • Mujumdar, N. (2020). Exits. The stinging fly: New writers, new writing, 40 (2), 210-213.

    2020

  • 2019

    • Sinha, S., & Narayan, M. (2019, December 3). India needs to rethink master planning and Delhi can lead the way. Scroll.in.
    • Paliath, S., & Rathod, S. (2019, November 22). How Bengaluru’s domestic wastewater is helping parched Kolar. IndiaSpend.
    • Bagavanidhi, M. (2019, October 9). Immanuel sekaran: Symbol of resistance. Round Table India.
    • Pradhan, A., (2019). ‘. . . will never become quiet’: The materiality of narrative and memory in Trickster city. In L. Ameel, J. Finch, S. Laine & R. Dennis (Eds.), The Materiality of Literary Narratives in Urban History. New York: Routledge.
    • Lal, N., & Pradhan, A. (2019). Kheti and Khadar: Land and rights on an agrarian floodplain. In S. Pinto, S. Hannigan, B. Walker-Gibbs, & E. Charlton (Eds.), Interdisciplinary unsettlings of place and space: Conversations, investigations and research (pp. 135-149). Singapore: Springer.
    • Nowlakha, S. (2019, May 13). Protecting forest fringes. The Hindu
  • 2018

    • Thomas, E. (2018, April 5). Gang-raped and left without a voice: Living with disability in India. CNN International Edition.
    • Oza, B., & Trivedi, C. (2018, April 18). Why dilution of SC/ST act by Supreme Court is problematic. dailyO.in.

    2018

  • 2017

    • Yerramilli S. (2017). The public purpose that is not inclusive. In S. Pellissery, B. Davy, & H. M. Jacobs (Eds.), Land policies in India: Promises, practices and challenges (pp. 127-146). Singapore: Springer.
    • Pradhan, A. (2017). The Kathputli conundrum: Slum redevelopment and the institutionalisation of unsustainability. In F. Caprotti & Li. Yu (Eds.), Sustainable cities in Asia (pp. 112-122). New York: Routledge.
  • 2016

    • Iyer, H. (2016). Case study of Mumbai: Decentralised solid waste management. Procedia Environmental Sciences, 35, 101-109.

    2016

  • 2015

    • Dave, J., & Arora, K. (2015). Interventions by the Self Employed Women’s Association (SEWA) in Ahmedabad, India. Ahmedabad: WEIGO.
  • 2014

    • Iyer, H. (2014, July 11). Cloth pads: Propagating good menstrual traditions. Menstrupedia.
    • Iyer, H. (2014, January 19). From Rags to Trash. Menstrupedia.

    2014