C4: South Asia Research Cluster- Dissemination

Publications and Other Dissemination

Nelson, A. (2018). Dalal Middlemen and Peri-urbanisation in Nepal. Review of Urban Affairs, Economic and Political Weekly. 53 (12).

Menon, G.A. (2018). People Out of Place - Pavement Dwelling in Mumbai. Review of Urban Affairs, Economic and Political Weekly. 53 (12).

Krishnankutty, M. (2018). Fragmentary Planning and Spaces of Opportunity in Peri-urban Mumbai. Review of Urban Affairs, Economic and Political Weekly. 53 (12).

Anwar, N.H. (2018). Receding Rurality, Booming Periphery - Value Struggles in Karachi’s Agrarian–Urban Frontier. Review of Urban Affairs, Economic and Political Weekly. 53 (12).

Balakrishnan, S. (2018). Seeing Mumbai through Its Hinterland - Entangled Agrarian–Urban Land Markets in Regional Mumbai. Review of Urban Affairs, Economic and Political Weekly. 53 (12).

Dubey, S. (2018). Urban Transformations in Khora Village, NCR - A View from the ‘Periphery.’ Review of Urban Affairs, Economic and Political Weekly. 53 (12).

Gururani, S. & Dasgupta, R. (2018). Frontier Urbanism - Urbanisation beyond Cities in South Asia. Review of Urban Affairs, Economic and Political Weekly. 53 (12).

Chatterjee, H. (2018). Partitioned Urbanity - A Refugee Village Bordering Kolkata. Review of Urban Affairs, Economic and Political Weekly. 53 (12).

Gururani, S. (2017). Designed to Fail: Technopolitics of Disavowal and Disdain in an Urbanizing Frontier. Economic and Political Weekly. 52 (34).

Harris, R. (2017). Transnational urban meanings. The passage of ‘suburb’ to India, and its rough reception. In A. Sandoval-Strausz & N. Kwak (eds.) Transnational Urbanism. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Gururani, S. (2017, under review). Cities in a world of villages: Tracking the urban through the agrarian, Urban Geography. 

Dubey, S. (2016). Accumulation at the Margins: The case of Khora Colony. In I. Mitra, R. Sammdar & S. Sen (eds.) Accumulation in Post-Colonial Capitalism And Beyond.  New Delhi: Springer, pp. 109-124.

Idiculla, M. (2016). New Regimes of Private Governance: The Case of Electronics City in Peri-urban Bangalore. Review of Urban Affairs, Economic and Political Weekly.

Gajendran, V. (2016). Chennai’s Peri-urban: Accumulation of Capital and Environmental Exploitation. Environment and Urbanization ASIA. 7 (1): 113-131.

Rademacher, A. & Sivaramakrishnan, K. (eds.) (2013). Ecologies of Urbanism in India. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

Rademacher, A. & Kose, B. (2013). Shifting Terrains: Questions of Governance in India’s Cities and their Peripheries. In P. Hamel & R. Keil (eds.) Suburban Governance: A Global View. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Gururani, S. (2012). Troubled Nature: Some Reflections on the Changing Nature of the Millennial City (Gurgaon), India. In I. Stefanovic & S. Scharper (eds.) The Natural City: Re-Envisioning the Built Environment. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.