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PUBLICATIONS BY IIHS URBAN FELLOWS

2022 – 23

  • Fasna, K. (2023). Linguistic divide in between self and other: A critical analysis of standardisation of language: A North Kerala village study. Indian Journal of Language and Linguistics, 4 (1), 20-32. https://doi.org/10.54392/ijll2314

2021 – 22

  • Abhijit Waghre (2022, February 16). Beautification in isolation: Questions on the facelift of K-100 Rajakaluve. Citizen Matters.
  • Abhijit Waghre (2021, November 09). Bullet train or safe sanitation: Tough choice for Nanded. Down To Earth.
  • Rai, S (n.d). India’s Heart Burns of Coal But Speaks of Respect Nature. The Drastic Reality. Reigniting Coal. Burning Coal: Embers of a Critical Land for The Matter Collective. The Matter Collective.
  • T. Lalita (2022, February 21). Pandemic calls for replanning cities to suit working class needsNewsClick
  • Sharma, V. (2022). Book Review: Tom Barnes, Informal Labour in Urban India: Three Cities, Three Journeys. Review of Development and Change, DOI: 10.1177/09722661221084170.
  • Sharma, V. (2021). The Missing Solidarity in Deepa P. Mohanan’s Battle, Live Wire/The Wire, Nov 19th 2021.

2020 – 21

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

2019 – 20

  • 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.

2018 – 19

  • 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

2017 – 18

  • 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.

2016 – 17

  • 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.

2015 – 16

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

2014 – 15

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

2013 – 14

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