Negotiating the Relationship between Commodities and their Images by Nita Mathur—A review of my book in EPW
Economic and Political Weekly. vol LVII, no 47, p 33-34.
Poetic Trends: Fetishising Nature and Pathologising the City
Economic and Political Weekly, · Vol LVII. Nos 26 > 27. July 2. 2022. P. 88-89
Book-Review of 'Talking Sociology: Dipankar Gupta in Conversation with Ramin Jahanbegloo'
Economic and Political Weekly, Vol LV. No. 13. March 28, 2020. P 23-25.
Unqualified Medical Practitioners: Their Illegal but
Indispensable Role in Primary Health Care
Economic and Political Weekly. Vol. 54, Issue No. 5, p36-44, 02 Feb, 2019.
Afterlife of Things in a
Delhi Junkyard: The Liminal Debris of Consumer Culture
Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 53, Issue No. 46, p45-51. 24 Nov,
The Waste Land
The Indian Quarterly, Vol 6, Issue 2, p21-30, 2018
the Tourists Depart: Visual
Postmortem of a New Tourist Destination
Journal of Contemporary Archaeology (7.1. 2020. P 61–78).
Anarchy of Debris: Observing the Loss of Material Sovereignty
Anthropology, November 5, 2018
Peer Reviewed Images:
Image Consuming Selves as Visual Commodities
Society and Culture in South Asia, September 10, 5(1), p1–33, 2018, Sage
in Debt: Narratives of Agrarian Distress
and Farmers Suicide in Yavatmal and Sangrur
and Political Weekly, Vol. 52, Issue 21, p 77-84, May 27, 2017.
Contested Spaces and Resultant Conflicts: Some Aspects of the Agrarian
Crisis in India
Market Integration, Vol 7, No 2, 2017, Sage.
Crossing the Line:
Caring Across the Borders
Journal of International Affairs, September 29, 2016
Colors of Cotton: The Burden of BT
IIC Quarterly, Vol 43, No 2, pp 56 – 69, August
Mind your Language: Their Body, Our Villager
Society and Culture in South Asia, Vol. 2, Issue 2, June
River Ending – A visual narrative on degeneration of River Yamuna
Mass Context, 2013, Issue 19 / Fall 13, p 34-51