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.(Entire Article)
  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. 2016. “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

  1. Dabhi, James C. 2020. 'Does Interfaith Dialogue and Communal Harmony Contribute to National Integration?', Social Action, Vol. 70, April – June, pp.187-197.
  2. Lobo, Lancy. 2020. 'Revisiting Religious Change: Conversion and its Modalities',Third Millennium, Vol. XXIII, No. 2, April – June, pp. 52-62.
  3. Lobo, Lancy. 2016. “Maturing of Democracy at the Grass Roots: Evangelization and Democracy”, Third Millennium, Vol. XIX, No. 3, July-Sep., pp. 51-56.
  4. ________. 2011. “Stimulate Inter-faith Talks”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXII, No.15, 4-10 April, pp. 32-34.
  5. ________. 2010. “Hindutva, Naxalism and Christians”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXII, No. 31, 26 July -01 August, pp. 34-35.
  6. ________. 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)
  7. 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)
  8. Lobo, Lancy. 2009. “Sonia, Politics and Christian - Bashing”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXI, No. 42, October 18, pp. 33-34.
  9. ________. 2009. “Religious Fundamentalism - A Challenge to Democracy in India”, Social Action, Vol. 59, No. 2, April-June, pp. 143-158.(Entire Article)
  10. ________. 2009. “Will the Real Jesuit Alumni: Please Stand Up?”, Jivan, January, pp.16-17.
  11. ________. 2008. “Why Does Lay Collaboration Remain Elusive?”, Jivan, Nov.-Dec., p. 9.
  12. ________. 2008. “A Heavy Price for Empowerment”, Indian Currents, Vol. XX, No. 13 & 14, p. 27.
  13. ________. 2008. “Continue Your Work, Sisters, Although Evil Forces May Target You!”, The New Leader, Vol. 121, No. 8, April 16-30, p. 25.
  14. 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)
  15. Lobo, Lancy. 2007. “Multiculturalism, Religion and Social Change in India”, in For Others with Others, Amaladoss (ed.), Anand: Gujarat Sahitya Prakash, pp. 119-136.
  16. ________. 2005. “Religious Cover for Political Power: BJP's Cultural Nationalism”, Third Millennium, Vol. VIII, No.1, January - March, pp. 38-48.(Entire Article)
  17. ________. 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)
  18. ________. 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.

  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.

  1. Bharati, Kanchan. 2021. ‘Late Life Suicides: An Indian Scenario’, Indian Journal of Gerontology, Vol. 35, No.1, pp. 63–85.(Entire Article)
  2. Kumar, Dhananjay. 2020. Health and Well-being among the Jats of western Uttar Pradesh: An anthropological life cycle approach, in Psycho-Social Perspectives on Mental Health and Well-Being, Srinivasan Padmanaban and Chittaranjan Subudhi (eds.), Hershey, PA: IGI-Global.  ISBN: 9781799811855.(Entire Article)
  3. Kanchan Bharati and Biswaroop Das. 2019. “Suicides In India: Regional Trends and Patterns”, Jharkhand Journal of Development and Management Studies, XISS, Ranchi, 17, No.4, December, pp. 8291-8315.(Entire Article)
  4. Kanchan Bharati and Sandhya, R. Mahapatro. 2018. “Health Care and Ageing: A study of Old Widows in Rural Haryana”, Jharkhand Journal of Development and Management Studies, Vol. 16 (3), pp-7829-7844.(Entire Article)
  5. 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.(Entire Article)
  6. Kanchan Bharati. 2012. “Being Old and Widow: Socio-Economic and Health Status of Old Widows in Rural Haryana”, in, Mortality, Health and Development in India- 2011, Aalok Ranjan (Ed.), Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing. Pp.153-169.(Entire Article)

  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.

  1. Lobo, Lancy and Shah Jayesh. 2020.“Regenerating Forests in India”, Vol. 55,  Economic and Political Weekly, Vol.Issue No. 26-27, 27 Jun, PP.61-64. (Entire Article)
  2. Lobo, Lancy.  2010. “Where have all the Tribals Gone”, Jivan, July, pp. 23-24.
  3. ________. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. Lobo, Lancy. 2005. “Poverty and Hatred: Communalisation of Adivasis of Gujarat”, New Leader, July 1-15, pp. 10-13.
  6. ________.2003. “Tribals and Christianity in Gujarat”, The Eastern Anthropologist, Vol. 56, Nos. 2-4, April - December, pp. 311-325.(Entire Article)
  7. ________.2002. “Tribal Consciousness in India”, Satyanilayam, Vol. 2, August, pp. 94-100.

  1. Dabhi, James C. 2020. 'The Outcaste of India - The Sanitary Workers', PAXLUMIA, Vol. 1, No. 4, November, pp. 9-13.
  2. 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)
  3. Kumar, Dhananjay. 2018. The Musahar Folk Song of South Bihar: An Anthropological Insight, Asian Man, 12(2):70-98. 10.5958/0975-6884.2018.00031.2(Entire Article)

  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. ________. 2003. “Communal Riots and Hindu Nationalism in Gujarat and India”, Promotio Justiciae, March, No. 79, pp. 1-4.
  11. ________. 2003. “How Fascism Deceives Us: Anti Conversion Bill in Gujarat”, New Leader, May 16-31, pp. 33-34.
  12. ________.2003. “Fascism and Anti-Conversion Bill in Gujarat”, Jivan, Vol. 2, No. 6, July, pp. 23-24.
  13. ________.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.
  14. ________.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)
  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.

  1. Lobo, Lancy and Jayesh Shah. 2020. 'Regenerating Forests in India', Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. LV, Nos. 26 & 27, June 27, pp. 61-64.
  2. Bharati, Kanchan and Kumar, Dhananjay. 2020. A Report on National Seminar “Ecology, Environment and Religions: Key Issues and Challenges, Ecology Economy and Society–the INSEE Journal, 3(1):161.64. (Entire Article)
  3. Kanchan Bharati, Lancy Lobo and Jayesh Shah. 2019. “Broken Marriages among Catholics of Kheda Origin in Gujarat”, in Marriage and Divorce in India: Changing Concepts and Practices, Lancy Lobo and Kanchan Bharati (eds.), New Delhi: Manohar Publishers. pp. 153-192.
  4. Kanchan Bharati and Jayesh Shah. 2019. “Emerging Trends in Selection of Marital Spouses: Evidence from Research”, in Marriage and Divorce in India: Changing Concepts and Practices, Lancy Lobo and Kanchan Bharati (eds.), New Delhi: Manohar Publishers.pp.287-313.
  5. 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)
  6. 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.(Entire Article)
  7. Lobo, Lancy. 2015. “Live-in-Relationship: A Handy License for Pleasure”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXVII, No. 21, pp. 12-15.
  8. 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).(Entire Article)
  9. 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.(Entire Article)
  10. Kanchan Bharati. 2014. “Coping and Social Adjustment of the Rural Old Widows”, in Emerging Issues in Gerontology: Relevance and Possibilities, Tattwamasi Paltasingh and Renu Tyagi (eds.), New Delhi: Bookwell Publishers. pp.95-111.(Entire Article)
  11. Kanchan Bharati and Charan Singh. 2014. “Economics of Ageing”, Hindu Business Line, 29 March.
  12. Lobo, Lancy. 2014. “Tracking the Middle Class”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXVI, No. 2, 6-12, January, pp. 34-35.
  13. ________.  2014. “Family, Marriage and Divorce among Catholics of Central Gujarat”, Third Millennium, Vol. XVII, No. 3, 2014, pp. 34-58.(Entire Article)
  14. ________. 2013. “Treading a Different Path”, Indian Currents, Silver Jubilee Special Issue, October, pp. 51-52.
  15. Kanchan Bharati and Charan Singh. 2013. “Ageing in India: Need for a Comprehensive Policy”, Working Paper Series-421, August, Bengaluru: Indian Institute of Management (IIM-B).(Entire Article)
  16. ________. 2012. “Focus on Green Federalism”, Indian Currents, Vol. XXIV, No. 47, 12-18 November, pp. 40-41.