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- Journey into Islam: The Crisis of Globalization by Akbar Ahmed Ashis Gupta
- Standing Alone in Mecca: A Pilgrimage into the Heart of Islam
by Asra Q. Nomani
Shohini Ghosh
- A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini Kalpish Ratna
- The Solitude of Emperors by David Davidar Jai Arjun Singh
- The Assassin’s Song by M.G. Vassanji Sanjay Sipahimalani
- Gifted by Nikita Lalwani Giti Chandra
- The Elephanta Suite by Paul Theroux Rahul Jayaram
- Mosquito by Roma Tearne Tishani Doshi
- A Golden Age: A Novel by Tahmima Anam Mahmud Rahman
- Burning Bright by Tracy Chevalier Karishma Attari
- Stammer and Other Poems by K. Satchidanandan; Translated from the original Malayalam by K. Satchidanandan, Rizio Raj and A.J. Thomas Raji Narasimhan
- Next by Michael Crichton Mini Kapoor
- Perineum: Nether Parts of the Empire by Ambarish Satwik Janice Pariat
- The History of Medicine in India: British perspectives—Editorial Projit Bihari Mukharji and Waltraud Ernst
- Of Empire and Other Parasites—An essay on Tropical Medicine in
British India
Pratik Chakrabarti
- Medical Pluralism—An essay on the trends in the Medical Anthropology
of South Asia
Helen Lambert
- The Invention of Indian Medical Traditions. An essay David Hardiman
- Old Potions, New Bottles: Recasting Indigenous Medicine in
Colonial Punjab 1850-1945
by Kavita Sivaramakrishnan
Mark Harrison
- Beyond the Label—An essay on Unani Tibb’s entangled History Guy Attewell
- Another Trajectory—An essay on the Sri Lankan Model in
the History of Medicine
Margaret Jones
- Prescribing Regulation—Rethinking the TRIPS and GMP regimes.
An essay
Roger Jeffery, Stefan Ecks and Petra Brhlikova
- Mission Impossible? Smallpox eradication, the World Health Organization
and South Asia. An essay
Sanjoy Bhattacharya
- The Body Hunters: Testing New Drugs on the World’s Poorest
by Sonia Shah
Mohan Rao
- A People War: Images of the Nepal Conflict, 1996-2006
by Kunda Dixit
Andrew Whitehead
- A Man of the Frontier: S.W. Laden La (1876-1936), His Life
and Times in Darjeeling and Tibet
by Nicholas and Deki Rhodes
Parshotam Mehra
- Essays in Frontier History: India, China and the Disputed Border by Parshotam Mehra Alexander Andreyev
- Politics of Patronage and Protest: The State, Society, and Artisans in Early Modern Rajasthan by Nandita Prasad Sahai S. Inayat A. Zaidi
- Feedback: Responses to Sanjay Kak’s review of Ramachandra
Guha's India After Gandhi (Biblio, Vol. XII, Nos. 7&8)
Jaithirth Rao, Uma Chakravarti and Anand Chakravarti, and S. Anand
ALEXANDER ANDREYEV is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for the History of Science and Technology, St Petersburg, Russia.

KARISHMA ATTARI is a freelance writer and co-edits Prithvi Notes, a journal of the Prithvi Theatre.

GUY ATTEWELL is a Lecturer at the Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at University College London.

SANJOY BHATTACHARYA is a Reader in History, Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at University College London.

PETRA BRHLIKOVA is a Post Doctoral Fellow at the Centre for International Public Health Policy at the University of Edinburgh.

GITI CHANDRA is a Senior Lecturer in English at St.Stephen’s College, University of Delhi. Her Ph.D. thesis was on “Women’s Narratives of Violence and Collective Identity" from Rutgers University, USA.

PRATIK CHAKRABARTI is a Wellcome Lecturer in the History of Modern Medicine at the University of Kent.

TISHANI DOSHI is a writer and dancer based in Madras. Her first book of poems, Countries of the Body, won the Forward Prize for Poetry 2006, and her first novel,The Pleasure Seekers, is forthcoming from Bloomsbury.

STEFAN ECKS is a Lecturer in Social Anthropology at the University of Edinburgh.

WALTRAUD ERNST is a Reader in History at the University of Southampton.

SHOHINI GHOSH is Professor, Dr. Zakir Hussain Chair at the AJK Mass Communication Research Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.

ASHIS GUPTA is a Professor of Management at the University of Calgary, Canada. He has taught Management Communication at the Harvard Business School and the Warsaw School of Economics. His publications include Indian Entrepreneurial Culture and Ecological Disasters and the Management Dilemma: The Case of Bhopal.

DAVID HARDIMAN is a Professor of South Asian History at the University of Warwick.

MARK HARRISON is Director of the Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine at the University of Oxford.

RAHUL JAYARAM was educated in Bombay, Jawaharlal Nehru University, and was till recently a Commonwealth Scholar at Edinburgh University. He is currently Senior Copy Editor with The Times Of India, New Delhi.

ROGER JEFFERY is a Professor of Sociology of South Asia at the University of Edinburgh.

MARGARET JONES is a Wellcome Trust Research Fellow at the Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine at the University of Oxford.

MINI KAPOOR is a Senior Editor with the Indian Express.

HELEN LAMBERT is a Senior Lecturer in Medical Anthropology at the University of Bristol.

PARSHOTAM MEHRA is a writer based in Chandigarh. He has published two books on the Younghusband Expedition and the Tibetan Polity. His most recent book is Essays in Frontier History: India, China and the Disputed Border (Oxford University Press, 2007).

PROJIT BIHARI MUKHARJI is a Lecturer in Modern Asian History at the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne.

RAJI NARASIMHAN has written five novels and two collections of short stories. She also translates from Hindi and Tamil into English.

JANICE PARIAT is a Project Editor at Dorling Kindersley.

MAHMUD RAHMAN has written and translated short stories related to the Bangladesh War. During 1971, he lived in Dhaka, a village in Bikrampur, and Calcutta.

MOHAN RAO is a Professor at the Centre of Social Medicine and Community Health, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

KALPISH RATNA is the pseudonym under which Ishrat Syed and Kalpana Swaminathan write together. They edited the Books Page of the Sunday Observer and work as surgeons in Mumbai.

JAI ARJUN SINGH is a Delhi-based freelance writer. He blogs at

SANJAY SIPAHIMALANI is a writer and advertising professional based in Mumbai.

ANDREW WHITEHEAD is an editor of History Workshop Journal. His book on Kashmir in 1947, A Mission in Kashmir, is being published by Penguin India.

S. INAYAT A. ZAIDI is a Professor at the Department of History and Culture, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.

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