Development

  1. Kanchan Bharati, Dhananjay Kumar and Jayesh Shah. 2018. Rural-Urban Linkage and Change: A study of fringe villages in Vadodara City,Urban India,January-June, 38(1):70-98.(Entire Article) 
  2. Charan Singh, Ayanendu Sanyal and Kanchan Bharati. 2017. New Social Security Schemes in India: A Critical Analysis and a Case for Universalization, The Journal of Income and Wealth, Vol. 39, No. 2, July-December.
  3. Kumar, Dhananjay and Mishra, Niharranjan, 2017. New Agro-technological Practices and Caste Hierarchy: Some Anthropological Thoughts on Western Uttar Pradesh. Asian Man (The)-An International Journal, Vol. 11, Issue 1: 26-34 (ISSN: 0974-6366) UGC Journal list: 1277. DOI: 10.5958/0975-6884.2017.00004.4(Entire Article)
  4. Kumar, Dhananjay and Mishra, Niharranjan. 2017. Caste Hierarchy and New Agro-technological Practices: Some Anthropological thoughts on Western Uttar Pradesh. Man in India, 97, Issue 11: 285-300 (ISSN: 0025-1569) UGC Journal list: 1545.(Entire Article)
  5. Kumar, Dhananjay & Mishra, Niharranjan. 2016. “Traditional Technology and Cultural Adaptation to Mountain Ecosystem: A Case Study in Himalayan Village”, The Oriental Anthropologist, Vol. 16, No. 1, pp. 37–49.(Entire Article)
  6. Kumar, Dhananjay. “New Agrotechnology and Traditional Agricultural Knowledge: Some Anthropological Reflections from Tribal India”, Asian Journal of Social Science and Humanities, Vol. 6, (iii & iv), pp. 1–7.(Entire Article)
  7. Lobo, Lancy. 2015. “What Vadodara's Slum Displacement Reveals: Case of Kalyannagar and Kamatipura”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. L, No. 36, September 05, Web exclusives.(Entire Article)
  8. ______. 2014. “Land Acquisition and Displacement among Tribals, 1947-2004”, in Tribal Development in Western India, Amita Shah and Jharna Pathak (eds.), New Delhi: Routledge, pp. 285-309.(Entire Article)
  9. ______. 2012. “Land Acquisition and Displacement in Gujarat, 1947-2004”, in Sectarianism, Politics and Development, Uday Mehta and Ram Puniyani (eds.), Jaipur: Rawat Publications, pp. 95-112.(Entire Article)
  10. ______. 2008. “Robbing the Land of the Poor: Land Acquisition in Gujarat”, New Leader, February 1-15, pp. 12-13.
  11. ______. 2008. “Development Induced Displacement in Gujarat 1947-2004”, in Special Economic Zones (SEZs): Issues and Challenges Ahead, Nambiyar Sunita et al (eds.), Vadodara: Faculty of Social Work, The M. S. University of Baroda, pp. 94-110.

 

Religion

  1. Lobo, Lancy. 2016. “Maturing of Democracy at the Grass Roots: Evangelization and Democracy”, Third Millennium, Vol. XIX, No. 3, July-Sep., pp. 51-56.
  2. ______. 2011. “Stimulate Inter-faith Talks”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXII, No.15, 4-10 April, pp. 32-34.
  3. ______. 2010. “Hindutva, Naxalism and Christians”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXII, No. 31, 26 July -01 August, pp. 34-35.
  4. ______. 2010. “Christianization, Hinduization and Indigenous Revivalism among the Tribals of Gujarat”, in Margins of Faith: Dalit and Tribal Christianity in India, Rowena Robinson and Joseph Marianus Kuju (eds.), New Delhi: Sage Publications, pp. 211-234.(Entire Article)
  5. Lobo, Lancy and Biswaroop Das. 2010. “Religious Cover for Political Power: Narratives from People and the Vernacular Press on the 2002 Riots in Gujarat”, in Understanding Indian Society: Past and Present, Baviskar B.S. and Patel Tulsi (eds.), Delhi: Orient Blackswan, pp. 146-171.(Entire Article)
  6. Lobo, Lancy. 2009. “Sonia, Politics and Christian - Bashing”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXI, No. 42, October 18, pp. 33-34.
  7. ______. 2009. “Religious Fundamentalism - A Challenge to Democracy in India”, Social Action, Vol. 59, No. 2, April-June, pp. 143-158.(Entire Article)
  8. ______. 2009. “Will the Real Jesuit Alumni: Please Stand Up?”, Jivan, January, pp.16-17.
  9. ______. 2008. “Why Does Lay Collaboration Remain Elusive?”, Jivan, Nov.-Dec., p. 9.
  10. ______. 2008. “A Heavy Price for Empowerment”, Indian Currents, Vol. XX, No. 13 & 14, p. 27.
  11. ______. 2008. “Continue Your Work, Sisters, Although Evil Forces May Target You!”, The New Leader, Vol. 121, No. 8, April 16-30, p. 25.
  12. Shah, A.M., P. J. Patel and Lancy Lobo. 2008. “A Heady Mix: Gujarati and Hindu Pride”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XLIII, No. 8, February 23-29, pp. 19-22.(Entire Article)
  13. Lobo, Lancy. 2007. “Multiculturalism, Religion and Social Change in India”, in For Others with Others, Amaladoss (ed.), Anand: Gujarat Sahitya Prakash, pp. 119-136.
  14. ______. 2005. “Religious Cover for Political Power: BJP's Cultural Nationalism”, Third Millennium, Vol. VIII, No.1, January - March, pp. 38-48.(Entire Article)
  15. ______. 2005. “Brahmanical Social Order and Christianity in India”, in Understanding Indian Society: The Non-Brahmanic Perspective, S. M. Dahiwale (ed.), New Delhi: Rawat Publications, pp. 182-195.(Entire Article)
  16. ______. 2005. “How Serious is the Persecution against Christians in India?”, in Witnessing in a Struggling Church, Herve Morrisette (eds.), Bangalore: Indian Catechetical Association, pp. 63-88.

Tribals

  1. Lobo, Lancy. 2010. “Where have all the Tribals Gone”, Jivan, July, pp. 23-24.
  2. ______. 2006. “Tribals and Christianity in Gujarat”, in Scheduled Tribes and Development, H.S. Saksena, Vinaykumar Srivastava and Sukant K. Chaudhury (eds.), New Delhi: Serials Publications, pp. 268-291.
  3. Lobo, Lancy and Amit Mitra. 2005. “Globalisation and its Impact on the Tribals of Gujarat”, in The Church in India in the Emerging, Thomas D'Sa (ed.), Bangalore: NBCLC, pp. 131-141.
  4. Lobo, Lancy. 2005. “Poverty and Hatred: Communalisation of Adivasis of Gujarat”, New Leader, July 1-15, pp. 10-13.
  5. ______. 2003. “Tribals and Christianity in Gujarat”, The Eastern Anthropologist, Vol. 56, Nos. 2-4, April - December, pp. 311-325.(Entire Article)
  6. ______. 2002. “Tribal Consciousness in India”, Satyanilayam, Vol. 2, August, pp. 94-100.
  7. ______. 2002. “Adivasis, Hindutva and Post-Godhra Violence in Tribal Gujarat”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXXVII, No. 48, Nov. 30, pp. 4844-4849.(Entire Article)

Culture

  1. Lobo, Lancy. 2011. “Socio-Cultural Eco-systems and their Challenges to the Church in India”, Third Millennium, Vol. XIV, No. 1, pp. 73-85.
  2. 2009. “Cultural Nationalism and Missionary Education in India”, Vidyajyoti, Vol. 73, No. 3, March, pp. 5-18.
  3. _______. 2005. “Household and Family among Thakors in a North Gujarat Village”, in The Family in India: Structure and Practice, Tulsi Patel (ed.), New Delhi: Sage Publications, pp. 267-286.(Entire Article)
  4. _______. 2005. “The Kolis of Gujarat: A Conspectus”, in Stagnation, Retrograde Change or Positive Progress?: Vignettes from the Journey of the OBC Communities in the Process of Change in India, H.S. Verma and Nadeem Hasnain (eds.), New Delhi: Serials Publications, pp. 45-69.
  5. _______. 2005. “Becoming a Marginal Native”, Third Millennium, Vol. VIII, No. 1, (Part II), pp. 67-78.
  6. ______. 2004. “Becoming a Marginal Native”, Third Millennium, Vol. VII, No. 4, (Part I), pp. 70-76.

Communalism and Riots

  1. Lobo, Lancy. 2011. “Much Hype Over Anna”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXIII, No. 35, 22-28 August, pp. 26-28.
  2. ______. 2011. “Injustice to Staines' Memory”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXIII, No. 6, January 31 - February 6, pp. 36-37.
  3. ______. 2010. “Hindutva”, in ACPI Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Volume 1, Johnson J. Puthenpurackal (ed.), Bangalore: Asian Trading Corporation, pp. 605-607.(Entire Article)
  4. ______. 2010. “Sangh's Ideology, Modi's Dreams”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXII, No. 15 & 16, 5-18 April, pp. 58-59.
  5. Lobo, Lancy and Amit Mitra. 2009. “Globalisation, Hindu Nationalism and Adivasis of India”, in Dalits and Tribals: The Plight and Path Ahead, Gregory Karotermprel and Mark Barco (eds.), Rajkot: Deepti Publications, pp. 155-174.
  6. Lobo, Lancy. 2008. “Hindutva: Cultural Nationalism as Cultural Intolerance”, in Cultural Challenges in Christian Mission in the 21st Century, S. M. Michael et al (eds.), Delhi: Media House, pp. 60-78.(Entire Article)
  7. ______. 2008. “A New-look RSS Coming”, Indian Currents, Vol. XX, No. 16, April 14-20, p. 13.
  8. Lobo, Lancy and Biswaroop Das. 2007. “Hindus and Muslims after the 2002 Gujarat Riots: 'Imaging' as Binary Opposites”, in Social Dynamics in Northern South Asia Vol.2: Political and Social Transformations in North India and Nepal, Hiroshi Ishii et al (eds.), Delhi: Manohar, pp. 169-192.(Entire Article)
  9. Lobo, Lancy. 2004. “Hindu Nationalism, Fascism, Christians and Civil Society in Gujarat and India”, in Witnessing in a Struggling Church, Herve Morrisette (ed.), Bangalore: Indian Catechetical Association, pp. 131-154.
  10. ______. 2004. “Globalization, Hindu Nationalism and Adivasis of India”, Third Millennium, Vol. VII, No. 2, April - June, pp. 48-64.
  11. ______. 2003. “Communal Riots and Hindu Nationalism in Gujarat and India”, Promotio Justiciae, March, No. 79, pp. 1-4.
  12. ______. 2003. “How Fascism Deceives Us: Anti Conversion Bill in Gujarat”, New Leader, May 16-31, pp. 33-34.
  13. ______. 2003. “Fascism and Anti-Conversion Bill in Gujarat”, Jivan, Vol. 2, No. 6, July, pp. 23-24.
  14. ______. 2003. “Adivasis, Hindutva and Post-Godhra Riots in Gujarat”, (reprint), in Fascism in India, Faces, Fangs and Facts, Chaitanya Krishna (ed.), Delhi: Manak Publishers, pp. 313-331.
  15. ______. 2002. “Fascism in India: A Pastoral Response”, Third Millennium, Vol. V, No. 4, pp. 74-82.
  16. ______. 2002. “Persecution of Christians in India”, Dialog: A Journal of Theology, Vol. 41, No. 2, pp. 114-122.
  17. ______. 2002. “We Belong to Bharat, not Hindustan”, Communalism Combat, Jan-Feb., pp. 40-42.(Entire Article)
  18. ______. 2001. “Communal Riots and Coping Mechanisms in a Slum in Surat”, in Communalism and Communal Violence, Ghanshyam Shah (ed.), New Delhi: Sage Publications.

Politics

  1. Lobo, Lancy. 2017. “Hindutva Brigade Keeps a Phobia Alive”, Indian Currents, XXIX, No. 43, 23 - 29 October, pp. 18-20.
  2. 2017. “De-Humanization through Caste and Religion: Two Shining Human Rights Activists of Gujarat, India”, Third Millennium, Vol. XX, No. 2, April-June.(Entire Article)
  3. 2017. “Has Western Modernity Really Impacted India?”, Mangalore Today, July, pp. 24-26.
  4. 2017. “Has Western Modernity Touched India?”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXIX, No. 32, 07-13 August, pp. 30-33(Entire Article)
  5. 2017. “The Clash of a Wounded Civilization”, Jivan, July, pp. 15-18.
  6. 2016. “Sacred Cows vs Unholy Politics: Terrorising Dalits in Gandhi’s Gujarat”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXVIII, No. 31, 01-07 Aug., pp. 19-21.
  7. _____­­­­__. 2015. “Modi Rule: Discontent Writ Large”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXVII, No. 26, pp. 20-21.
  8. Bharati, Kanchan. 2014. “Religion, Secularism and Democracy: The Shifting Goalposts”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXVI, No. 13, 24-30 March, pp. 8-9.
  9. Lobo, Lancy. 2014. “A Hundred Days! Narendra Modi Completes 100 Days in Office with Development on his Lips and Hindutva in his Heart”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXVI, No. 36, 1-7 September, pp. 31-32.
  10. ______. 2013. “Democracy: Strengths and Flaws”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXV, No. 14 & 15, April 1-7 & 8-14, pp. 22.
  11. Sahu, Mrutuyanjaya. 2013. “Indian Federalism under Stress”, Journal of Research Extension and Development, Vol. I, No. 5, January.

Education

  1. Kumar, Dhananjay and Dhiraj Kumar. 2016. "Dalit Children Dropout in Schools: Need for Inclusive Curriculum", Contemporary Voice of Dalit, Vol. 8, 2. SAGE Publications: 124–35. doi:10.1177/2455328X16631053.(Entire Article)

Others

  1. Shah, A.M., Lancy Lobo and Shashikant Kumar. 2017. “Population, Ethnicity and Locality: A Study of Dehzado Records of the 1881 Census of Baroda State”, Sociological Bulletin, 66, No. 1, January-April, pp. 1–21.(Entire Article)
  2. Kumar, Dhananjay. 2016. "Exploring Linkages between Agrotechnology and Public Health, with Emphasis on Health Risks", in Public Health: Different Dimensions, Bhavna Verma and Anil Kumar Chaudhary (eds.), Varanasi: Kala Prakashan, pp. 172–86.
  3. Bharati, Kanchan and K.G. Gayathri. 2015. “Double Jeopardy of Aging and Widowhood: Perceptions and Opinions of Rural Old Widows”, in Issues and Concerns of the Elderly People in India, Sadhna Jain and Manisha Wadhva (eds.), New Delhi: Bookage Publishers.
  4. Lobo, Lancy. 2015. “Live-in-Relationship: A Handy License for Pleasure”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXVII, No. 21, pp. 12-15.
  5. Singh, Charan, Ayanendu Sanyal and Kanchan Bharati. 2015. “Social Security Schemes: A Case for Universalization”, Working Paper Series-498, December, Bangalore: Indian Institute of Manangement (IIM-B).
  6. Singh, Charan, Kanchan Bharati and Ayanendu Sanyal. 2015. “Ageing in India Need for Universal Pension Scheme”, Economic and Political Weekly, May, Vol. 18, pp. 40-46.
  7. Lobo, Lancy. 2014. “Tracking the Middle Class”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXVI, No. 2, 6-12, January, pp. 34-35.
  8. ______. 2014. “Family, Marriage and Divorce among Catholics of Central Gujarat”, Third Millennium, Vol. XVII, No. 3, 2014, pp. 34-58.(Entire Article)
  9. ______. 2013. “Treading a Different Path”, Indian Currents, Silver Jubilee Special Issue, October, pp. 51-52.
  10. ______. 2012. “Focus on Green Federalism”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXIV, No. 47, 12-18 November, pp. 40-41.