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The Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta has to its credit a substantial amount of publication. The Institute brings out on a regular basis Occasional Papers covering various disciplines and topics. Of the three sets of Occasional Papers, two are brought out with the collaboration of SEPHIS and ENRECA.The Centre has published Archive Series and a number of anthologies on various subjects jointly with reputed institutions. Papers and articles authored by individual faculty members are regularly published in national and international academic journals. Copies of recent OPs and Achive Series Papers are available on request by writing to –

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CSSSC Occasional Paper Series:
  • Anirban Das, Not for a Place of Her Own: Beyond the Topos of Man, March 2009.(OP No 176).
  • Indrajit Mallick, Reconstructing Corporate Business History Using Accounting Data, June 2009(OP No 177).
  • Anjan Ghosh, Contested Spaces: Puja and its Publics in Kolkata, October 2009,(OP No 178).
  • Mollica Dastider, Liberal Dilemma with Difference: Muslims in a Western Democracy, May 2010, (OP No 179) (for abstract click here).
ENRECA Occasional Paper Series:
  • Pradip Kumar Bose and Bodil Folke Frederiksen (eds): Urban Culture and Democracy: Politics in the City, 1999.
  • Pradip Kumar Bose and Bodil Folke Frederiksen (eds): Urban Culture and Democracy: Family and Gender, 1999.
  • Pradip Kumar Bose and Bodil Folke Frederiksen (eds): Urban Culture and Democracy: Forms of Cultural Production, 1999.
  • Tapati Guha–Thakurta (ed.): Culture and Democracy: Papers from the Cultural Studies Workshops, 1999.
  • Tapati Guha–Thakurta (ed.): Culture and the Discipline: Papers from the Cultural Studies Workshops, 1999.
  • Manas Ray (ed.): Space Sexuality and Colonial Culture: Papers from the Cultural Studies Workshop, 2003.
SEPHIS–CSSSC Occasional Paper Series:
  • Babacar Fall, Social History in French West Africa: Forced Labor, Labor Market, Women and Politics, 2002
  • J.F. Ade Ajayi, Unfinished Business: Confronting the Legacies of Slavery and Colonialism in Africa, 2002.
  • Shahid Amin, Alternative Histories: A View from India, 2002.
  • Mamadou Diouf, Historians and Histories: What for? African Historiography Betwen the State and Communities, 2003.
  • Wang Hui, The End of History? Contemporary Chinese Thought and the Question of Modernity,2004.
  • Nidhi Aeusrivongse, Understanding the Situation in the South as a “Millenarian Revolt”, 2006.
  • Salim Tamari, Years of Delicious Anarchy, Crowds, Public Spaces. and New Urban Sensibilities in War–Time Jerusalem 1917–1921, 2007.
  • Meghna Guhathakurta & Willem van Schendel, Memory and Amnesia South:Conflict, Violence, Trauma, 2008.
  • Janaki Nair, All in the Family: Gender, Caste and Politics in a Indian Metropolis.
  • Marisol de la Cadena, Cultures of Race and Hybridity in Latin America, 2011.
ARCHIVE SERIES:
  • Tapati Guha-Thakurta, Abanindranath, Known and Unknown: the Artist versus the Art of His Times, 2009.
  • Keya Dasgupta, Mapping Calcutta, the Collection of Maps at the Visual Archives of the Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta, 2009.
  • Kamalika Mukherjee,Parallel Lives:Charting the History of Popular Prints of the Bengal and Bombay Presidencies.
  • Rosinka Chaudhuri,Modernity at Home:A Genealogy of the Indian Drawing Room.
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