• Beyond the Private World: Indian Women in the Public Sphere

    This volume explores the status of Indian women through the ages in the framework of the private-public dichotomy reflected in their lives.

  • Desi Dreams: Indian Immigrant Women Build Lives Across Two Worlds

    This book focuses on the construction of self and identity by Indian immigrant professional and semi-professional women who live and work in the US.

  • Indian Diaspora in the Caribbean: History, Culture and Identity

    This volume explores the history of Indian emigration to the Caribbean, which is one of the most significant events in the history of Indian indentured migration that took place to different parts of the world in the second half of the nineteenth century.

  • Why Unitary Social Science?*

    This book makes a case for a comprehensive appraisal of social reality: it argues that the division of social sciences into discrete disciplines thwarts the emergence of an objective science of society.

  • The Measure of Time in the Appraisal of Social Reality*

    This book is an explosive exposé of what went wrong in Indian developmental planning.

  • Enslaved Innocence: Child Labour in South Asia

    This volume explores the historical, economic, and social factors surrounding the issue of child labour.

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