We are Everywhere: The Irresistible Rise of Global Anti-capitalism
edited by Notes From Nowhere. Verso, London.
Pages 527. £10.99.
by David Held and Anthony McGrew. Polity,
Oxford. Pages 158. £12.99.
for a better life
Sri Lankan Society in an Era of Globalisation
Edited by S H Hasbullah and Barrie M Morrison. Sage. Pages 296. Rs 560
is often over-simplified
Upinder Singh has written
well-received books on history, a subject that she teaches at St.
Stephenís College, Delhi. Her latest book, The Discovery of Ancient
India: Early Archaeologists and the Beginnings of Archaeology, has
recently been released by Permanent Black. She spoke to Roopinder
Singh, about bringing alive the 19th century archaeologists and
recreating their dynamics, as well as what she expects from the book.
of the familiar
My Brush With Art: An Anthology of
Contemporary Indian Art
by Lakshmi Lal. Rupa. Pages
164. Rs 495.
bonds with poetry
A Little Night Music
by Ruskin Bond. Rupa. Pages
by Rajinder Puri. Hope India Publications,
Gurgaon. Pages 328. Rs 495.
the footsteps of Hieun Tsang
Ten Thousand Miles Without a
by Sun Shuyn. Harper Perennial, Hammersmith. Pages 478. £7.99.
Peasant Movements In Post
by Debal K SinghaRoy. New Delhi: Sage. Pages
275. Rs 295.
quite a dirty old man
by Khushwant Singh. Translated by Amarjit
Singh Deepak. Lokgeet Parkashan, Chandigarh.
Pages 446. Rs 250.
Selected Gujarati Short Stories; Selected Malayalam Short Stories;
Selected Punjabi Short Stories; Selected Tamil Short Stories.
Edited by Rajendra Awasthy. Fusion Books. Pages 143, 172, 134, 177.
respectively. Rs 95 each.