PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Book

Nalin Mehta and Mona G. Mehta, 2010, Gujarat Beyond Gandhi: Identity, Conflict and Society, Routledge.


Book Chapters

  1. Mona G. Mehta, 2020. ‘Chunaav/Election’, Keywords for India: A Conceptual Lexicon for the 21st Century, Rukmini Bhaya Nair and Peter Ronald deSouza (editors), Bloomsbury, 2020.

  2. Mona G. Mehta, 2020. ‘Jumla,’ Keywords for India: A Conceptual Lexicon for the 21st Century, Rukmini Bhaya Nair and Peter Ronald deSouza (editors), Bloomsbury, 2020.

  3. Mona G. Mehta, 2015. ‘Partisan Dreams, Fractured Homeland: Gujarati Diaspora Politics in America, Pluralism and Democracy in India: Debating the Hindu Right , Wendy Doniger and Martha Nussbaum (editors), Oxford University Press, New York, pp.327-345.

  4. Mona G. Mehta, 2010. A river of no dissent: Narmada movement and coercive Gujarati nativism, in Gujarat beyond Gandhi: notes on identity, conflict and society, Routledge.

  5. Nalin Mehta and Mona G. Mehta, 2010. “Gujarat beyond Gandhi: notes on identity, conflict and society” in Gujarat beyond Gandhi: notes on identity, conflict and society, Routledge.


Journal Articles

  1. Mona G. Mehta, 2019. ‘Regional liberals and the urban anxieties of Indian populism’, International Journal of Urban and Regional Studies, [Spotlight On - Political Geographies of Right-Wing Populism, online only version] Vol. 43, Issue 4.

  2. Mehta, Mona G. 2018. 'The Middle Class Capture of Urban Spaces', Seminar, symposium on 'Ahmedabad: The City and Her Soul', July, Issue 707, pp.20-25.

  3. Mehta, Mona G. 2018. ‘Reflections on place, mobility and belonging in Gujarat’, Contributions to Indian Sociology, 52, 1(2018): 1–18.

  4. Banerjee, Dyotana and Mehta, Mona G. 2017. “Caste and capital in the remaking of Ahmedabad”, Contemporary South Asia , vol. 25, Iss. 2, 182-195.

  5. Mehta, Mona G. 2017. “From Gandhi to Gurus: the rise of the ‘Guru-Sphere’”, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies , Vol. 40, Iss. 3, 2017, 500-516.

  6. Mona G. Mehta, Raghubir Sharan. 2016. IITs and the Project of Indian Democracy, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 51, Issue No. 11, pp.12-14.

  7. Mona G. Mehta, 2016. Ahmedabad: the middleclass megacity, South Asian History and Culture, Volume 7, Issue 2, pp.191-207.

  8. Mona G. Mehta, 2013. Networks of Death and Militant Vegetarianism: The Mechanics of Communal Violence in Gujarat. India Review (Routledge), vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 108–117

  9. Mona G. Mehta, 2010. A river of no dissent: Narmada movement and coercive Gujarati nativism, (Gujarat Special issue), South Asian History and Culture, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 509–528.

  10. Nalin Mehta and Mona G. Mehta, 2010. “Gujarat beyond Gandhi: notes on identity, conflict and society” in Gujarat Special issue of South Asian History and Culture, Vol. 1, No. 4, October, pp.467-479.


Book Reviews

  1. Mehta, Mona G. A people’s constitution: the everyday life of law in the Indian republic by Rohit De, Biblio: A review of books, vol. XXIV, no. 1-3, Jan.-Mar. 2019, pp.13-14

  2. Mehta, Mona G. 2018.‘Violent Conjunctures in Democratic India’, by Amrita Basu, Contributions to Indian Sociology, Vol 52, Issue 2, pp. 250 – 253.

  3. Mehta, Mona G. 2017. ‘Tamil Brahmans: The making of a middle-class caste’, by C. J. Fuller and Haripriya Narasimhan, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, vol. 40, no. 1, pp. 124-126, (Routledge)

  4. Mehta, Mona, G. 2017. ‘Democracy and Its Institutions’, by André Béteille, Contributions to Indian Sociology, Volume 51, Issue 1, pp.124-126, 2017. (Sage publications).

  5. Mehta, Mona G. 2016 ‘Divided we govern: coalition politics in modern India’, by Sanjay Ruparelia, Studies in Indian Politics, Vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 252-253, Dec. 2016. (Sage publications).