The Fulbright Diaries

Author: Ajay Joshi
2018-19 Indian Fulbright-Nehru Academic and Professional Excellence Scholar

About the book: The book captures anecdotes, stories, and pictures of Dr. Joshi’s Fulbright grant at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

Year of publication: 2020

The Invisible World: Poems by Indra Shah

Author: Manoj Chhaya
2011 Fulbright Language Teaching Assistant

About the book: This is the second volume of Indra Shah's poems translated into English from Gujarati. Published under a Gujarat Sahitya Academy initiative, the volume presents the original Gujarati text and its English translation, and thus caters to the readers of both the languages as the Gujarati poems in this volume get anthologized for the first time. However the primary language of this publication is English. The volume also includes Indra Shah’s paintings and selected criticism and responses to his poetry. His first collection of poems translated into English has been published in 2007 (Gorakhgopalam and Other Poems).

Year of publication: 2019

Physiological Psychology:An Introduction

Author: Dr. Meetu Khosla
2013 Fulbright-Nehru Visiting Lecturer

About the book: The book provides an easy and accessible understanding of the dynamic interaction that exists between physiology and psychology through key biological concepts and their impact on behavior.

Year of publication: 2017

Business Interests and the Environmental Crisis

Author: Kanchi Kohli
2012 Fulbright-Nehru Environmental Leadership Program Fellow

About the book: This book highlights the manner in which key aspects in policy discourse—commodity, pricing, ownership, and regulation—have borrowed economic and trade principles to address the environmental crisis and to what effect.

Year of publication: 2016

Globalization Lived Locally: A Labour Geography Perspective

Author: Neethi Padmanabhan
2011 Fulbright-Nehru Doctoral and Professional Research Fellow

About the book: Based on the broad theme of globalization and labour, particularly female labour, through this book, the author applies the ‘labour geography’ approach to examine contemporary forms of labour control, conflict, and response under a globalization regime in Kerala through four diverse and in-depth empirical case studies set in this state.

Year of publication: 2016

Mother, Where’s My Country?

Author: Anubha Bhonsle
2015 Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow

About the book: The book examines the tangled and tragic history of Manipur, and of much of India’s North East. Through the story of Irom Sharmila—on a protest fast since 2000—and many others who have fallen victim to violence or despair or stood up to fight for peace and justice, the author shows us an entire society ravaged by insurgency and counter-insurgency operations, corruption and ethnic rivalries.

Year of publication: 2016

Teaching Environmental Education - Trends and Practices in India

Author: Chong Shimray
2009 Fulbright-Nehru Environmental Leadership Program Fellow

About the book: The book establishes the importance of environmental education as an essential component in the school curriculum and provides a basic understanding about the area as well as valuable guidelines for its incorporation in the school curriculum. It discusses the concerns and issues related to teacher education programs in environmental education.

Year of publication: 2016

Ahmedabad: A City in the World

Author: Amrita Shah
2009 Fulbright-Nehru Doctoral and Professional Research Fellow

About the book: In this intimate biography, Amrita Shah travels through time and a landscape of abandoned mills and urban beautification projects, stone monuments, and modernist architecture. She visits neighborhoods divided by sectarian violence and ghettos born on the outskirts of the city. This is the story of road maps and rivers, kings and kingmakers, merchants and savants; of Dalit laborers and female bootleggers, displaced Muslims, and a euphoric middle class. It is also the incredible story of hope and vulnerability at the heart of a metropolis.

Year of publication: 2015

Combating Human Trafficking

Author: Veerendra Mishra
2012 Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow

About the book: The book aims to initiate fresh discussion on human trafficking, and offers recommendations to curb organized international crime. It explores varied dimensions of the crime and offers further classification to help effectively address the problem. It presents a new perspective of identifying assimilative interaction between social and criminal justice systems, the progressive growth in socio-criminal legislations, and the universal demand of multi-agency approach to combat trafficking

Year of publication: 2015

Cosmopolitan Modernity in Early 20th Century India

Author: Sachidananda Mohanty
1990 Fulbright Visiting Scholar
2004 Fulbright Visiting Scholar

About the book: This book presents an alternative view of cosmopolitanism, citizenship and modernity in early 20th-century India through the multiple lenses of mysticism, travel, friendship, art, and politics. It makes a key intervention in the understanding of cosmopolitan modernity based on the lives and experiences of Rabindranath Tagore, Ananda Coomaraswamy, Sri Aurobindo, Mirra Alfassa, James Cousins, Paul Richard, Dilip Kumar Roy, and Taraknath Das.

Year of publication: 2015