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Krantijyoti Savitribai Phule Women's Studies Centre

1)    Tambe, A. (2013). Dangerous Sex, Invisible Labor: Sex Work and the Law in India. Contributions to Indian Sociology, 47 (1), 152-155. ISSN(print/online): 0069-9667/0973-0648, URL/DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/006996671204700109
  

Publications Before 2011


2)    Dyahadroy,S. (2009). Exploring Gender, Hindutva and Seva. Economic and Political Weekly, 44 (17), 65-73. Google Scholar Citations: 3, ISSN(print/online): 0012-9976/2349-8846, URL/DOI: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40279187
3)    Tambe, A. (2009). Reading Devadasi Practice through Popular Marathi Literature. Economic and Political Weekly, 44 (17), 85-92. Google Scholar Citations: 3, ISSN(print/online): 0012-9976/2349-8846, URL/DOI: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40279189
4)    Rege, S. (2008). Interrogating the Thesis of 'Irrational Deification'. Economic and Political Weekly, 43 (7), 16-20. ISSN(print/online): 0012-9976/2349-8846, URL/DOI: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40277605
5)    Bhagwat, V. (2005). Vibhavari Shirurkar urfa Malatibai Bedekar yanchya lekhanache aklan(Critical review of Vibhwari Shirurkar alias Maltibai Bedekar’s literature). Ajacha Sudharak,
6)    Tambe, A. (2004). The Prostitution Question in Contemporary India. Varangana Visheshank,
7)    Tambe, A. (2004). We Too Made History: Feminist Historiography in India. Vasa,
8)    Rege, S. (2003). More than Just Tacking Women on to the ‘Macro picture’: Feminist Contributions to Globalisation Discourse. Economic and Political Weekly, 38 (43), 4555-4563. Google Scholar Citations: 6, ISSN(print/online): 0012-9976/2349-8846, URL/DOI: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4414189
9)    Rege, S. (2003). The Institutional Alliance between Sociology and Gender Studies: The Story of the Proverbial Crocodile and Monkey. Economic and Political Weekly, 32 (32), 2023-2027. Google Scholar Citations: 6, WoS Citations: 1, ISSN(print/online): 0012-9976/2349-8846, URL/DOI: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4405731
10)    Bhagwat, V. (2002). Women’s Studies in the University: Engagements and Disruptions . Indian Journal of Gender Studies, 3 (2), ISSN(print/online): 0971-5215/0973-0672.
11)    Bhagwat, V. (2002). Jagtikikaran Ani Streeya (Globalization and Women). Samaj Prabodhan Patrika,
12)    Bhagwat, V. (2001). A Critical Review of Bayaza Magazine. Samvadini,
13)    Tambe, A. (2001). Right to say no: Violence against young girls. IAWS Newsletter,
14)    Tambe, A. (2000). Devadasi Custom: Exploitation or Emancipation. Sugava, ISSN(print/online): 2321-8592.
15)    Tambe, A. (2000). Prostitution in Colonial India . Samaj Prabodhan Patrika, 152,
16)    Bhagwat, V., Engbolm, P., Junghare, I. (1999). That’s The Way It is (by Gauri Deshpande). Journal of South Asian Literature, (1),
17)    Rege, S. (1998). Dalit women Talk Differently: A Critique of Difference and Towards a Dalit Feminist Standpoint Position. Economic and Political Weekly, 33 (44), 39-46. Google Scholar Citations: 14, ISSN(print/online): 0012-9976/2349-8846, URL/DOI: http://www.jstor.org/stable/pdf/4407323.pdf?acceptTC=true
18)    Rege, S. (1998). 'Real Feminism' and Dalit Women: Scripts of Denial and Accusation. Economic and Political Weekly, 35 (6), 492-495. Google Scholar Citations: 26, ISSN(print/online): 0012-9976/2349-8846, URL/DOI: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4408912
19)    Bhagwat, V. (1998). Kamal Desaichya Kathanche Punarvachan (Re-Reading Kamal Desai’s Stories). Samaj Prabodhan Patrika,
20)    Rege, S. (1995). Feminist pedagogy and sociology for emancipation in India. Sociological bulletin, 44 (2),