Books & Articles

1990 – continuing (selected)

 

Books:

Books/Co-authored and Edited Collections:

Journal Issue:

Research Monographs:

  • Mark Poffenberger, Angana P. Chatterji & Alison Schwarz (eds.), Participatory Inventorying, Planning and Monitoring Tools for Joint Forest Management (Berkeley: Asia Forest Network, 1997), 52 pages.
  • Angana P. Chatterji, Community Forest Management in Arabari: Understanding Socioeconomic and Subsistence Issues (New Delhi: Society for Promotion of Wastelands Development and Ford Foundation, 1996; Bengali translation by author published by the Society for Promotion of Wastelands Development, New Delhi, 1996), 164 pages.

Assistance With Book Project:

  • Walter Fernandes, assisted by Sandhya Singh & Angana Chatterji, Women’s Status in the Delhi Bastis: Urbanization, Economic Forces, and Voluntary Organizations. A report of a study of ten slums (New Delhi: Indian Social Institute, 1990), 237 pages.

Human Rights Reports:

  • Angana P. Chatterji & Parvez Imroz et al., Buried Evidence: Unknown, Unmarked, and Mass Graves in Indian-administered Kashmir; A preliminary report (Srinagar: International People’s Tribunal on Human Rights and Justice in Indian-administered Kashmir, 2009), 108 pages.
  • Angana P. Chatterji & Mihir Desai (eds.), Communalism in Orissa (Mumbai: Indian People’s Tribunal, 2006), 89 pages.
  • Angana P. Chatterji & Harsh Mander, Without Land or Livelihood. The Indira Sagar Dam: State Accountability and Rehabilitation Issues (New Delhi: Center for Equity Studies, 2004), 54 pages.

Books Chapters:

  • Angana P. Chatterji, “Memory-Mournings: The Biopolitics of Hindu Nationalism,” In Angana P. Chatterji & Lubna Nazir Chaudhry (eds.), Contesting Nation: Gendered Violence in South Asia, Notes on the Postcolonial Present (New Delhi: Zubaan Books, Forthcoming April 2012), Peer Reviewed, 63 pages.
  • Sukanya Banerjee, Angana P. Chatterji, Lubna Nazir Chaudhry, Manali Desai, & Saadia Toor, “Engendering Violence: Boundaries, Histories, and the Everyday,” In Angana P. Chatterji & Lubna Nazir Chaudhry (eds.), Contesting Nation: Gendered Violence in South Asia, Notes on the Postcolonial Present (New Delhi: Zubaan Books, Forthcoming April 2012), Peer Reviewed, 17 pages.
  • Angana P. Chatterji, “Witnessing as Feminist Intervention in India-administered Kashmir,” In Ania Loomba & Ritty Lukose (eds.), Feminisms in South Asia: Contemporary Interventions (Durham: Duke University Press, 2012), Peer Reviewed, 30 pages.
  • Angana P. Chatterji, “The Militarized Zone,” In Tariq Ali, Hilal Bhat, Angana P. Chatterji, Pankaj Mishra, & Arundhati Roy, Kashmir: The Case for Freedom (London: Verso Books, October 2011, Anthology), 32 pages.
  • Angana P. Chatterji, “Kashmir: A Time for Freedom,” In Sanjay Kak (ed.), Until My Freedom Has Come; The New Intifada in Kashmir; A Reader (Delhi: Penguin Books, 2011), 15 pages.
  • Angana P. Chatterji & Richard Shapiro, “Knowledge-Making as Intervention: The Academy and Social Change,” In Bunyan Bryant (ed.), Environmental Crisis of Crisis of Epistemology? Working for Sustainable Knowledge and Environmental Justice (Garden City: Morgan James Publishing, 2011), Peer Reviewed, 23 pages.
  • Angana P. Chatterji, “Community/State Interactions in Forest Governance,” In Smitu Kothari (ed.), Seeds of Hope (New Delhi: Orient Longman, 2006), Peer Reviewed, 20 pages.
  • Angana P. Chatterji, “Gendered Violence in Hindu Nationalism,” In Angana P. Chatterji & Shabnam Hashmi (eds.), Dark Leaves of the Present (New Delhi: Anhad, 2005), 53-70.

Peer-Reviewed Articles:

  • Angana P. Chatterji, “The Biopolitics of Hindu Nationalism: Mournings,” In Angana P. Chatterji & Lubna Nazir Chaudhry (Guest Editors), “Gendered Violence in South Asia: Nation and Community in the Postcolonial Present,” Cultural Dynamics: Theory Cross-Cultures, 16 (2/3), Special double issue (Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 2004), 319-72.
  • Sukanya Banerjee, Angana P. Chatterji, Lubna Nazir Chaudhry, Manali Desai, Saadia Toor & Kamala Visweswaran, “Engendering Violence: Boundaries, Histories, and the Everyday,” In Angana P. Chatterji & Lubna Nazir Chaudhry (Guest Editors), “Gendered Violence in South Asia: Nation and Community in the Postcolonial Present,” Cultural Dynamics: Theory Cross-Cultures, 16 (2/3), Special double issue (Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 2004), 125-39.
  • Angana P. Chatterji, “A Critique of Forest Governance in Eastern India,” International Journal for Economic Development, 3(2) Online Journal (2001), Peer Reviewed, 21 pages.
  • Angana P. Chatterji, “Postcolonial Research as Relevant Practice,” TAMARA: Journal of Critical Postmodern Organization Science, 1(3): (2001), Peer Reviewed, 1-13.

Articles:

  • Angana P. Chatterji & Richard Shapiro, “Talking Tsunami: To Dissent This Time,” The Journal of  Politics and Culture, Issue 2, Special issue edited by Amitava Kumar, (2005), 90-96.
  • Angana P. Chatterji, “Public Lands Reform in India,” Earth Island Journal, 14(3) (Earth Island Institute: San Francisco, 1999), 3 pages.
  • Angana P. Chatterji, “Participatory Natural Resource Management,” Wastelands News (New Delhi: Society for Promotion of  Wastelands Development, 1990), 7 pages.
  • Angana P. Chatterji, “Gender and Development: Women in Search of Human Equality,” In Social Action (New Delhi: Indian Social Institute, 1990), 46-56.