The Global edition of “Violence in South Asia, Contemporary Perspectives” (1st Edition) jointly edited by Pavan Kumar Malreddy, Anindya Sekhar Purakayastha and Birte Heidemann has been published from Routledge. Congratulations Pavan, Anindya and Birte!!!

Congratulations Mursed Alam for his chapter “Violence and perilous trans- borderal journeys: the Rohingyas as the nowhere-nation precariat” in this book.

PSAGS founding Member Anindya Sekhar Purakayastha’s seminar talk in Linnaeus University on The Postcolonial Public Sphere 

PSAGS founding member Anindya Sekhar Purakayastha was interviewed recently by Prof. Johan Hoglund of Linnaeus University, Sweden on his current research on postcolonial nationalism as a Visiting Guest Researcher in Linnaeus University in August-October, 2019.

PSAGS Research Collective Group Leader Subhendra Bhowmick delivered his invited talk on “Vidyasagar as the Nineteenth Century Public Intellectual” in the Two-Day International Seminar on Probing Social Reform in India in the Nineteenth-Century: Vidyasagar’s Legacy in the Long Run organized by Asiatic Society of India in September 2019

PSAGS Members Mursed Alam, Seema Ahmad, Dhritiman Chakrabarty, Manas Dutta and Anindya Sekhar Purakayastha contributed chapters in the recently published book, Secular Sectarianism: Limits of Subaltern Politics (Gudavarthy, 2019).

PSAGS Member Dhritiman Chakrabarty contributed a chapter in the book Left Politics in South Asia: Reframing the Agenda (Kumar, 2019)