All Publications

Food for Thought

RLS South Asia regularly publishes comments, short essays, political analysis and research papers, which can be accessed from the list below. Additionally you also find a selection of articles which our partners published as part of one of our joint projects.

 English, Society

Is there a theory of population in Marx's "Capital"? Ranabir Samaddar on people and population in "Capital" and Marx’s engagement with Malthus.

 English, Society

It is necessary to re-read or reconstruct "Capital" not just to make it up-to-date, but also to rethink a lot of the orthodox interpretations of processes delineated in "Capital".

 English, Labour, Society

Conditions of work and political consciousness among migrant daily wage workers: a study in Delhi, Uttarakhand and Tamil Nadu.

 English, Labour, Society

Identification, access to entitlements, and financial inclusion are key sites of negotiation in India’s rapidly evolving governance landscape.

 Agriculture, Bangla, Gender

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 Agriculture, Bangla

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 Agriculture, English

Co-operative sugar factories in south Gujarat region are considered indicators of the successful fructification of the agro-industry concept. The concept in it self is considered an elixir for a range of problems such as poverty and unemployment.

 English, Society

Left front government in West-Bengal (1971-1982): Considerations on “Passive Revolution” and the Question of Caste in Bengal Politics.

 English, Society

The radical rural: left organization, revolutionary upsurge and popular movement in Midnapore and Birbhum, 1940s-1970s.

 English, Society

Karpoori Thakur: One of the foremost socialist leaders of Bihar who provided impetus to the idea of social justice and influenced the contours of backward caste politics.

 English, Society

Occupy College Street: Notes from the Sixties.

 English, Society

The creative & cultural dimension of the Naxalbari Movement: No social and political movement in post-independence
India spawned this amount of creativity as Naxalbari spawned.