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Tender No:- Books/18-19/FRPDF /Political Science / 01   Dated:16.01.2019

Sealed quotations are invited from the Enlisted Vendors of the University to quote their lowest possible rate for the supply of the under-mentioned goods/articles, subject to the following terms and conditions. The quotations must be submitted to Ms. Garima Dhabhai of Department of_Political Science of the University.

Last date & time for submission of quotation is 23nd January 2019 up to 3.30 P.M.

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By order

List of Books
Sl Author Title
1 KHANIKAR, S STATE VIOLENCE AND LEGITIMACY IN INDIA
2 SUSSKIND , J FUTURE POLITIS
3 GADGIL, M THIS FISSURED LAND
4 BARDHAN, P THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA
5 RANGNEKAR THE POLITICS OF POVERTY
6 SARKAR, M ENVIRONMENT AND THE ADIVASI WORLD
7 PERELMAN, M THE INVISIBLE HANDCUFFS OF CAPITALISM
8 PATHAK, D N CULTURE AND POLITICS IN SOUTH ASIA
9 BUTLER, J BODIES THAT MATTER
10 DEVI BASHAI TUDU
11 WILLIAMS, R CULTURE AND MATERIALISM
12 DEVI IMAGINARY MAPS
13 RANKIN, K N THE CULTURAL POLITICS OF MARKETS
14 KHOR, M RETHINKING GLOBALIZATION
15 MAHMOOD POLITICS OF PIETY
16 RABINOW , P ANTHROPOLOGY TODAY
17 RABINOW MARKING TIME ON THE ANTHROPOLOGY OIF THE CONTEMPORARY
18 HARDGROVE, A COMMUNITY AND PUBLIC CULTURE
19 RANCIERE DISSENSUS : ON POLITICS AND AESTHETICS
20 LIPUMA , E THE SOCIAL LIFE OF FINANCIAL DERIVATIVES
21 DUESSEL BEYOND PHILOSPHY
22 PERELMAN , M MANUFACTURING DISCONTENT THE TRAP OF INDIVIDUALISM IN CORPORATE SOCIETY
23 BANDOPADHYAYAY , M SELECTED STORIES
24 BRASS, P AN INDIAN POLITICAL LIFE
25 1. IpshitaChanda Selfing the City: Single Women Migrants and their Life in Kolkata, Sage, 2017
26 2. SudhaPai and Sajjan Kumar Everyday Communalism in India: Riots in Uttar Pradesh,
27 3. Michael Taussig Devil and Commodity Fetishism
28 4. Lisa Bjorkman Pipe Politics
29 5. Debaditya Bhattacharya The Idea of a University: Histories and Contexts
30 5. Debaditya Bhattacharya The University Unthought
31 6. MukulikaBannerjee Why India Votes
32 7. AchinVanaik (ed.) ICSSR Research Surveys and Explorations , Political Science, VOLS. 1-4
33 8. OrnitShani How India Became Democratic
34 9. Rohit De A Peoples Constitution
35 10. Swati Ghosh Gendered Proletaiat
36 11. John Ravenhill Global Political Economy
37 12. MSS Pandian The Image Trap
38 13. James Ferguson Global Shadows
39 14. Jamal Mahjoub A Line in the River
40 15. Paul Theroux Deep South
41 16. Rob Jenkins, Lorraine Kennedy, ParthoMukhopadhyay Power, Policy and Protest
42 16.Brass, P An Indian Political Life vol3
43 17.Brass, P An Indian Political Life vol1
44 1. Zarin Ahmed Delhis Meatscapes
45 2. SekharBandopadhyay, Jane Buckingham Indians and the Antipodes
46 3. Alessandra Busa The Creative Destruction of NYC
47 4. Sharad Chari Fraternal Capital
48 5. Ritu Birla Stages of Capital
49 6. AseemaSinha Globalizing India
50 7. AparajithRamnath Birth of an Indian Profession
51 8. GhazalaJamil Accumulation by Segregation
52 9. SujataGidla Ants among Elephants
53 10. YasmeenArif Life, Emergent
54 11. BereniceGuyot-Rechard Shadow States
55 12. Rajshree Chandra The Cunning of Rights
56 13. Tariq Thachil Elite Parties, Poor Voters
57 14. Haroon Rashid Imagining Lahore
58 15. Silvia Federici The Caliban and the Witch
59 16. Gautam Bhatia Offend, Shock or Disturb: Free Speech under Indian Constitution
60 17 ShibashisChatterjee Indias Spatial Imaginations of South Asia
61 18. ShirinRai and Carole Spray Performing Representation
62 19. Sunila Kale, NavrozDubash eds. Mapping Power
63 20.. Mahesh Rangarajan Natures Edge
64 21. DipeshChakrabarty Crises of Civilization
65 22. Satendra Kumar BadalateGaon, BadaltaDesh (Hindi)
66 23. SumitMajumdar Lost Glory: Indias Capitalism Story
67 24. DeveshKapur, P B Mehta Rethinking Public Institutions in India
68 25. DeveshKapur, Milan Vaishnav Costs of Democracy
69 26. TaranginiSriraman In Pursuit of Proof: A History of Identification Documents in India, OUP, 2018
70 27. William Mazzarella Mana of Mass Society
71 28. P. Thankappan Nair A History of Calcuttas Streets
72 1. Gautam Bhatia Offend, Shock or Disturb: Free Speech under Indian Constitution
73 2. ShibashisChatterjee Indias Spatial Imaginations of South Asia
74 3. ShirinRai and Carole Spray Performing Representation
75 4. Sunila Kale, NavrozDubash eds. Mapping Power
76 5. Mahesh Rangarajan Natures Edge
77 6. DipeshChakrabarty Crises of Civilization
78 7. Satendra Kumar BadalateGaon, BadaltaDesh (Hindi)
79 8. SumitMajumdar Lost Glory: Indias Capitalism Story
80 9. DeveshKapur, P B Mehta Rethinking Public Institutions in India
81 10. DeveshKapur, Milan Vaishnav Costs of Democracy
82 11. TaranginiSriraman In Pursuit of Proof: A History of Identification Documents in India, OUP, 2018
83 12. William Mazzarella Mana of Mass Society
84 13. P. Thankappan Nair A History of Calcuttas Streets
85 14. IpshitaChanda Selfing the City: Single Women Migrants and their Life in Kolkata, Sage, 2017
86 15. SudhaPai and Sajjan Kumar Everyday Communalism in India: Riots in Uttar Pradesh,
87 16. Michael Taussig Devil and Commodity Fetishism
88 17. Lisa Bjorkman Pipe Politics
89 18. Debaditya Bhattacharya The Idea of a University: Histories and Contexts
90 19. Debaditya Bhattacharya The University Unthought
91 20. MukulikaBannerjee Why India Votes
92 21. AchinVanaik (ed.) ICSSR Research Surveys and Explorations , Political Science, VOLS. 1-4
93 22. OrnitShani How India Became Democratic
94 23. Rohit De A Peoples Constitution
95 24. Swati Ghosh Gendered Proletaiat
96 25. John Ravenhill Global Political Economy
97 26. MSS Pandian The Image Trap
98 27. James Ferguson Global Shadows
99 28. Jamal Mahjoub A Line in the River
100 29. Paul Theroux Deep South
101 Rahul Mukherjee India's Economic Transition

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