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Department of Political Science

1)    Deshpande, R., Birmal, N. (2021). Maharashtra: (The pangs of) transitions into a new party system. In S. Shastri(Eds.), Electoral Dynamics in the States of India (pp.161-175). London, United Kingdom: Routledge. ISBN: 9781003159971.
2)    Bhoye, P. (2021). Tribal Identity and Social Movements in Maharashtra . In R. Malache(Ed.), Global Dimension and Transition of Tribal Development (pp.241-249). New Delhi, India: Value Publications . ISBN: 9788192323374.
3)    Bhoye, P. (2021). Tribal Politics in Maharashtra. In J. Ambagudia(Eds.), Handbook of Tribal Politics in India (pp.370-381). New Delhi, India: Sage Publication. ISBN: 9789353884581.
4)    Kharat, S., Tambe, A., Gohad,P. (2020). Post-Coloniality, social capital and difference trumps hierarchy: Non-Formal cultural education of youth in india . In L. H. Seukwa(Eds.), The Challenge of Cultural Heritage and Identity for Inclusive and Open Societies. Berlin, Germany: Peter Lang. ISBN: 9783631864463.
5)    Kulkarni, M. (2019). Intimacy, belonging, and masculinity in Bhalachandra Nemade'S Novel Kosla (COCOON). The Politics of Belonging in Contemporary India: Anxiety and Intimacy (pp.193-202). Taylor and Francis Inc.. ISBN: 9781138562943.
6)    Bhoye, P. (2018). Maharashtrtil adivsitil chalvali ani Sanghtana . In N. Kumbhar(Eds.) , Samkalin Samajik Chalvali (pp.113-122). Pune, India: Diamond Publication . ISBN: 9789386401465.
7)    Deshpande, R., Birmal, N. (2017). Beyond the Congress system in Maharashtra. In S. Palshikar(Eds.), Electoral Politics in India: The Resurgence of the Bharatiya Janata Party (pp.137-152). India: Routledge. ISBN: 9781138201941.
8)    Deshpande, R. A. (2017). Democracy in India. In T. Coleman(Ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in Hinduism. New York, United States: Oxford University Press.
9)    Palshikar, S., Suri, K.C. (2017). Epilogue: Critical shifts in 2014 election. In S. Palshikar(Eds.), Electoral Politics in India: The Resurgence of the Bharatiya Janata Party (pp.282-299). India: Routledge. ISBN: 9781138201941.
10)    Lodha, S., Palshikar, S., Kumar, S. (2017). Introduction. In S. Palshikar(Eds.), Electoral Politics in India: The Resurgence of the Bharatiya Janata Party (pp.1-12). India: Routledge. ISBN: 1138201944/9781138201941.
11)    Deshpande, R. (2017). Political economy of a dominant caste . In R. Nagraj(Eds.), Political Economy of Contemporary India, Cambridge, UK (pp.77-97). Cambridge, USA: Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 9781107164956.
12)    Deshpande, R. (2017). The civil society and its paradoxical consensus. In L. Lobo(Ed.), Indian Democracy: Strengths and Weaknesses (pp.181-190 ). Delhi, India: Primus Publications.
13)    Palshikar, S. (2017). Understanding Congress's debacle. In S. Palshikar(Eds.), Electoral Politics in India: The Resurgence of the Bharatiya Janata Party (pp.34-51). India: Routledge. ISBN: 9781138201941.
14)    Bhoye, P.K., Sethi, G. (2016). Worlds' Indigenous rights and the rights for Scheduled Tribes in India . In G. C. Sethi(Ed.), Human Rights and the Marginalized in Contemporary India (pp.30-49). Chandigarh, India: Unistar Books. ISBN: 9789351138785.
15)    Kulkarni, M. (2015). Radical Translation: S. R. Rajwade’s Encounter with F. W. Nietzsche. In S. Deshpande(Ed.), Philosophy in Colonial India (pp.195-208). New Delhi, India: Springer. ISBN: 9788132222231.
16)    भोये, पी.के. (2015). आदिवासी राखीव मतदारसंघातील राजकारण: कांग्रेसकडून भाजपकड़े वाटचाल. In तुकाराम जाधव(संपा.), महारात्रके राजकारण नव्या वळणावर (विधानसभा निवडणूक 2014: सामाजिक-आर्थिक व राजकीय अन्वयार्थ) (pp.५९-६४ ). पुणे : यूनीक अॅकेडमी.
17)    Yadav, Y., Palshikar, S. (2014). Between Fortuna and Virtu: Explaining Congress' Ambiguous Victory in 2009. Party Competition in Indian States: Electoral Politics in Post-Congress Polity. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780198099178.
18)    Deshpande, R. (2014). Bhagwangadavarun Mala Mumbai Disate Aahe: How Caste Survives Amidst Democratic Politics. In D.Thorner(Eds.), Rethinking Western India: The Changing Contexts of Culture, Society and Religion . Delhi, India: Orient Blackswan. ISBN: 9788125055822.
19)    Palshikar, S.V., Birmal, N., Ghotale, V. (2014). Coalitions in Maharashtra: Political Fragmentation or Social reconfiguration?. In E. Sridharan(Ed.), Coalition Politics in India: Select Issues at the Centre and the States (pp.107-172). New Delhi, India: Academic Foundation. ISBN: 9789332701472.
20)    Kulkarni, M. (2014). Critical Masculinity Studies in India. In K.M. Gokulsing(Eds.), Masculinity and Its Challenges in India. London, United Kingdom: MacFarland & Company. ISBN: 9780786472246.
21)    Palshikar, S.V., Suri, K.C., Yadav, Y. (2014). Introduction: Normalization of the Post-Congress Polity. In S.V. Palshikar(Eds.), Party Competition in Indian States (pp.1-41). New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780198099178.
22)    Deshpande, R. (2014). Lokshahiche Bhan, Janandolane ani Stree Chalwal. In V.M. Geetali(Eds.), Sandharbhasahit Streevad (pp.124-130). Mumbai, India: Shabd Publication.
23)    Palshikar, S.V. (2014). Politics of Maharashtra and Its Environment. In D. Jasper(Eds.), Rethinking Western India: The Changing Contexts of Culture, Society and Religion (pp.237-250). New Delhi, India: Orient Blackswan. ISBN: 9788125055822.
24)    Palshikar, S.V., Deshpande, R., Birmal, N. (2014). Survival in the Midst of Decline: A Decade of Congress Rule in Maharashtra, 199-2009Survival in the Midst of Decline: A Decade of Congress Rule in Maharashtra, 199-2009. In S.V. Palshikar(Eds.), Party Competition in Indian States (pp.431-450). New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780198099178.
25)    Deshpande, R. (2014). Tokdar Jaat Asmitanche Rajkaran . In U. Kamble(Ed.), Jaagtikikarnatil Sanskriti Sangharsh. Pune, India: Sugawa .
26)    Mundhe, B.H. (2013). Bureaucracy and Society: Weberian, Marxist and Feminist Perspectives . In C. Redkar(Ed.), Administrative Theory (pp.29-42). Mumbai, India: Centre for Distance Education, SNDT Women’s University.
27)    Palshikar, S.V. (2013). Election Studies. In A. Vanaik(Eds.), Indian Democracy, ICSSR Research Surveys and Explorations, ( Political Science; Vol. II) (pp.161-208). New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780198084952.
28)    Kulkarni, M. (2013). Law, Rights and the State in India. In S.K. Das(Eds.), Political Science Vol. 1: The Indian State. New Delhi, India: ICSSR/Oxford University Press.
29)    Palshikar, S.V. (2013). Regional and Caste parties. In P. Singh(Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Indian Politics (pp.91-104). New York, United States: Routledge. ISBN: 9780415776851.
30)    Deshpande, R. (2013). Who does not want Pune to become Singapore? Politics of development in an Emerging metropolis. In C. Neill(Eds.) , Asian and Pacific Cities : Development patterns (pp.138-150). London, United Kingdom: Routledge. ISBN: 9781138814424.
31)    Bhoye, P. (2012). Bhartiya Prasaskiya Vyavastha Uday ani Vikas. In S. Patil(Ed.), Bhartiy Prasashan. Kolhapur, India: Distance Education Center Shivaji University.
32)    Palshikar, S.V. (2012). Elections in India: Prestige Deriving from Practice (in French: Les elections en Inde: Un Prestige puissant au Coeur de la pratique et du Soutine populaire). In C.L. Mayer(Ed.), Governance Chronicle (in French: Chroniques de la gouvernance) (pp.183-191). Paris, France: Institute for Research and Debate on Governance. ISBN: 9782843771705.
33)    Palshikar, S.V. (2012). Rajyashastra: Ek Chikitsak Drushtikshep. In P. Pawar(Ed.), Samakaleen Rajyashastra (pp.3-18). Pune, India: Diamond Publications.
34)    Palshikar, S.V. (2012). Samakaaleen Rajyashastra-Ek Chikitsak Drushtikshep. In P. Pawar(Ed.), Samakaleen Rajyashastra (pp.19-36). Pune, India: Diamond Publications.
35)    Deshpande, R. (2012). Samkaleen Dharmakaran ani Artha Rajkiya Tanebane. Unique Features, Devachya Navane (pp.16-24). Pune, India: Samkaleen.
36)    Bhoye, P. (2012). Savidhanik Sanrachana. In S. Patil(Ed.), Bhartiy Prasashan. Kolhapur, India: Distance Education Center Shivaji University.
37)    Kulkarni, M. (2011). Albert Camus and the Politics of Friendship. In M. Kulkarni(Ed.), Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Political Theory. New Delhi, India: Sage . ISBN: 9788132106302.
38)    Palshikar, S.V. (2011). Towards Radical Social Sciences: Lessons from D.R. Gadgil. In S. Brahme(Ed.), The Indian Political Economy: Problems and Prospects: Selected Writings of D.R. Gadgil (pp.409-424). New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780198069454.
39)    जगझाप, हर्ष (2011). भीमशक्ती शिवशक्ती युतीने घाट होईल. In अ. कांता(संपा.), रिपब्लिकनांची हाराकिरी (pp.१३१-१४१). पुणे: द युनिक अकॅडमी.
  

Publications Before 2011


40)    Deshpande, R. (2010). Garv Se Kahon Hum Lingayat Hain!: Caste Associations and Identity Politics in Maharshtra. In A. Kumar(Ed.), Regions within Regions: Understanding State politics in India (pp.307-308). New Delhi, India: Orient Longman.
41)    Deshpande, R. (2010). Jagatikikarn, Lokshahi ani Garibanche Rajkaran. In U. Kamble(Ed.), Jagtikikaranchi Arishte (pp.195-206). Mumbai, India: Lokvangmaya Griha.
42)    Deshpande, R. (2010). The Missing Women: Gender Representation in Indian Politics. In A. Mehra(Ed.), Emerging Trends in Indian Politics the 15th General Elections (pp.217-238). New Delhi, India: Routledge. ISBN: 9780415864848.
43)    Jagzap, H.L. (2010). जमीन, राजकीय पॉवर आणि दुर्बल समुदाय. In प.क. जाधव(संपा.), समकालीन भारतातील वंचित समुदाय (pp.१०४-११७). नवी दिल्ली: रजत प्रकाशन. ISBN: ९७८८१७८८०५०१६.
44)    Palshikar, S.V., Birmal, N. (2009). Maharashtra: Towards a New Party System. In Y. Yadav(Eds.) , Electoral Politics in Indian States: Lok Sabha Elections in 2004 and Beyond (pp.108-129). New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780198063292.
45)    Palshikar, S.V. (2009). Political Economy of Humiliation: Tale of a Failed Strike. In G. Guru(Ed.), Humiliation: Claims and Context (pp.163-178). New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780198074922.
46)    Palshikar, S.V. (2009). The Mirror Crack’d from Side to Side…: Are we Becoming a Majoritarian Society?. In R.M. Basrur(Ed.), Challenges to Democracy in India (pp.248-270). New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780195698534.
47)    Palshikar, S.V., Deshpande, R. (2008). An Enterprise called Faith? Tale of a Devsthan in Maharashtra. In H. Kotani(Eds.), Marga: Ways of Liberation, Empowerment and Social Change in Maharashtra (pp.357-382). New Delhi, India: Manohar Publishers. ISBN: 9788173047626.
48)    Deshpande, R., Palshikar, P. (2008). Bhakti Marg Becomes Shakti Marg: Tale of A Devsthan in Maharashtra. In H. Kotani(Eds.), Marg: Ways of Liberation,Empowerment and Social Change in Maharashtra (pp.357-380). New Delhi, India: Manohar. ISBN: 9788173047626.
49)    Palshikar, S.V. (2008). The Fragility of Support to Democracy in South Asia. In M. Plattner(Eds.), How People View Democracy (pp.89-101). Baltimore, Maryland: The Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN: 9780801890611.
50)    Palshikar, S.V. (2008). The Indian State: Constitution and Beyond. In R. Bhargava(Ed.), Politics and Ethics of the Indian Constitution (pp.143-163). New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780195692556.
51)    Pandit, S. (2007). Beyond Bananas, Beaches and Bases-Feminist Interpretation of Security and a Paradigm shift in South Asia. In G. Sen(Ed.), Conceptualizing Security for India in the 21st Century. New Delhi, India: Atlantic. ISBN: 9788126907885.
52)    Pandit, S. (2007). Can Democracy be designed in South Asia-The Politics of Instititutional Choices. In R.A. Subrahmanyam(Ed.), Reconstructing South Asia-An Agenda. New Delhi, India: Gyan Publishing . ISBN: 9788121209281.
53)    Deshpande, R. (2007). Congress. In S. Kulkarni(Eds.), Maharashtratil Sattasngharsha: Rajkiya Pakshanchi Vatchal ( Marathi- the Power Play in Maharashtra) (pp.22-48). Pune, India: Samkaleen Prakashan.
54)    Kulkarni, M. (2007). Indian Masculinities: A Million Mutations Now?. In R.P. Ravindra(Ed.), Breaking the Moulds . Delhi, India: Books for Change. ISBN: 9788189164416.
55)    Palshikar, S.V. (2007). Jat,Varga ani Samajik Nyay. In V. Ransubhe(Ed.), Bhartache Badalate Rajkaran (pp.72-89). Mumbai, India: Lokvangmay.
56)    Pandit, S. (2007). Regional Identity Politics and Security in South Asia. In G. Sen(Ed.), Impediments to National Security. Pune, India: NISDA.
57)    Palshikar, S.V. (2007). Shivsena. In S. Kulkarni(Eds.), Maharashtratil Sattasangharsh (pp.76-104). Pune, India: Samakaleen.
58)    जगझाप, हर्ष (2007). रिपब्लिकन पक्ष. In सु. कुलकर्णी(संपा.), महाराष्ट्रातील सत्तासंघर्ष (pp.१६३-१८० ). पुणे : समकालीन प्रकाशन.
59)    Palshikar, S.V. (2006). Caste Politics Through the Prism of Region. In A.Feldhaus(Eds.), Region, Culture and Politics in India (pp.271-298). New Delhi, India: Manohar Publishers. ISBN: 9788173046643.
60)    Palshikar, S.V. (2006). From Hegemony to Convergence: Party System and Electoral Politics in the Indian States, 1952-2002. In E. Sridharan(Eds.), India’s Political Parties (pp.73-115). New Delhi, India: Sage Publication. ISBN: 9780761935148.
61)    Pandit, S. (2006). India and Humanitarian Intervention in South Asia. In R.A. Subrahmanyam(Ed.), India –Srilanka Partnership for the 21st century. New Delhi, India: Manohar Publication.
62)    Deshpande, R. (2006). Vanchitanchya Chalwaliche Yashapayash. In B. Bholy(Eds.), Shatkantarachya Valnavar (pp.96-112). Satara, India: Dr. Ambedkar Academy.
63)    Palshikar, S.V. (2005). Maharashtra: Dalit Politics in Hindutva Trap. In A. Teltumbde(Ed.), Hindutva and Dalits: Perspectives for Understanding Communal Praxis (pp.208-223). Kolkata, West Bengal: Samya. ISBN: 9788185604756.
64)    Kulkarni, M. (2005). The Dark Subcontinent of Masculinity: Viewing Indian History through the Lens of Men’s Studies. In K.K. Shah(Ed.), History and Gender . Jaipur, India: Rawat. ISBN: 9788170338840.
65)    Palshikar, S.V. (2004). Congresswarchaswachi Jadanghadan ani Padzad. In N. Birmal(Eds.), Maharashtrache Rajkaran: Rajkiy Prakriyeche Sthanik Sandarbh (pp.16-46). Pune, India: Pratima Prakashan.
66)    Pandit, S. (2004). Democracy and Political Structures in South Asia. In R.A. Subrahmanyam(Ed.), South Asia: Vision and Mission. New Delhi, India: Konarak.
67)    Pandit, S. (2004). Hindu Bioethics- Dharma and Female Infanticide. In M. Sleebhoom(Ed.), Genomics in Asia. London, United Kingdom: Kegan Paul.
68)    Deshpande, R. (2004). Inevitability and Inadequacy of Caste: Some Dilemmas for Mobilisation of Backward Classes. In B.V. Bhosale(Ed.), Mobilisation of Backward Communities in India (pp.200-216). New Delhi, India: Deep and Deep Publications. ISBN: 9788176295888.
69)    Palshikar, S.V. (2004). Shiv Sena: Tiger with Many Faces?. In P.R. De Souza, E. Sridharan(Eds.), India’s Political Parties (pp.253-280). New Delhi, India: Sage Publication. ISBN: 9780761935148.
70)    Deshpande, R. (2004). Social Movements in Crisis? . In S. Palshikar(Eds.), IndianDemocracy Meanings and Practices (pp.379-409). New Delhi, India: Sage Publications. ISBN: 9780761997900.
71)    Palshikar, S.V. (2004). Sthanik Shasansamsthanchya Nivadnuka ani Maharashtrache Rajkaran. In N. Birmal(Eds.), Maharashtrache Rajkaran: Rajkiy Prakriyeche Sthanik Sandarbh (pp.76-96). Pune, India: Pratima Prakashan.
72)    Palshikar, S.V. (2004). Whose Democracy Are We Talking About? Hegemony and Democracy in India. In S. Palshikar(Eds.), Indian Democracy: Meanings and Practices (pp.127-164). New Delhi, India: Sage Publication. ISBN: 9789351500193.
73)    Pandit, S. (2003). International Security and women in South Asia. In N.A. Qazi(Ed.), Human Security. Karachi, Pakistan: Oxford University Press.
74)    Palshikar, S.V., Birmal, N. (2003). Maharashtra: Fragmented Marathas Retain Power. In R. Roy(Eds.), India’s 1999 Elections and 20th Century Politics (pp.206-232). New Delhi, India: Sage Publication. ISBN: 9780761995982.
75)    Palshikar, S.V. (2003). Maharashtrache Badalate Rajkaran: Congressvarchaswachi Jadanghadan ani Padzad. In K. Bedkihal(Eds.), Badalata Maharashtra (pp.21-38). Satara, India: Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Akademy.
76)    Palshikar, S.V. (2003). Parivartanachya Rajkaranapudhil Pech. In G.P. Pradhan(Ed.), Avhananshi Sangharsh ani Parivartanachi Disha (pp.107-123). Pune, India: Bhai Vaidya Felicitation Committee.
77)    Palshikar, S.V. (2003). Politics of India’s Middle Classes. In H. Reifeld(Eds.), Middle Class Values in India and Western Europe (pp.171-193). New Delhi, India: Social Science Press. ISBN: 9788187358138.
78)    Palshikar, S.V., Vora, R. (2003). Politics of Locality, Community and Marginalization. In J. Masselos(Eds.), Bombay and Mumbai: The City in Transition (pp.161-182). New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780195677119.
79)    Pandit, S. (2003). Tamil diaspora in Canada- Some Reflections. In S. Varma(Eds.), Fractured Identity: Indian Diaspora in Canada (Canadian Studies Programme) . Jaipur, India: Rawat . ISBN: 9788170337843.
80)    Palshikar, S.V. (2003). The Regional Parties and Democracy: Romantic Rendezvous or Localized Legitimation?. In G.W. Kueck(Eds.), Political Parties and Party Systems (pp.306-335). New Delhi, India: Sage Publication. ISBN: 9780761997092.
81)    Palshikar, S.V. (2002). Pradeshikta, Jat va Bharatiya Rajkaran. In K. Bedkihal(Eds.), Bharatiya Rajakiy Vyavastha (pp.97-127). Satara, India: Ambedkar Academy.
82)    Pandit, S. (2001). India and the SAARC. In S.M. Rehman(Ed.), SAARC in the New Millenium. Islamabad, Pakistan: Friends.
83)    Pandit, S. (2001). Nontraditional Sources of Security. In A.R. Khan(Ed.), Globalisation. Dhaka, Bangladesh.
84)    Deshpande, R. (2000). Acharya Balshastri Jambhekar: Sankrramankalatil Madhyamvargachi Pathrakhan . In R. Vora(Ed.), Aadhunikta ani Parampara (Dr. Y. D. Phadke felicitation volume) (pp.111-142). Pune, India: Pratima Prakashan.
85)    Palshikar, S.V. (2000). Gandhi and Modernity. In S.N. Datye(Ed.), Rethinking Mahatma Gandhi (pp.165-176). Delhi, India: Kalinga. ISBN: 9788187644293.
86)    Pandit, S. (2000). Geo-Politics to Geo-Economics- A Need for a Human Security Policy. In M.A. Beg(Ed.), Geo-Economic World Order. Islamabad, Pakistan: Friends.
87)    Deshpande, R. (2000). Satyagraha : Linking Moral with Political. In N.Y. Datye(Ed.), Rethinking Mahatma Gandhi (pp.91-108). Delhi, India: Kalinga Publications. ISBN: 9788187644293.
88)    Pandit, S. (2000). The Construction of Identity and the outsider by the Shiv Sena. In O. Mishra(Eds.), Forced Migration in the South Asian Region. Brookings and Seagull. ISBN: 9788178270869.
89)    Palshikar, S.V. (2000). Uthal Adhuniktemage Dadlela Sanantanwad: Vishnubawa Brahmachari. In R. Vora(Ed.), Adhunikta ani Parampara (pp.154-182). Pune, India: Pratima Prakashan.
90)    सुमंत, यशवंत (2000). गांधी विचारातील समता संकल्पना: एक पुनर्विचार. In के. रावसाहेब(संपा.), समता: विचार आणि व्यवहार. मुंबई: रुपवते फौंडेशन.
91)    Pandit, S. (1999). Identity, Ideology and Interest-The Dravidian Parties and Education in Tamilnadu –1967 –1997. In S. Shirwadkar(Ed.), Education in India in fifty years- A Critical Review.
92)    Kulkarni, M. (1999). Interrogating our Modernity after Gandhi. In P. Rajput(Eds.), Pushpanjali: Essays on Gandhian Themes in Honour of Dr. Usha Mehta. Delhi, India: Devika Publications. ISBN: 9788186557198.
93)    Pandit, S. (1999). The Security Dilemmas of India’s Security Policy. In A.R. Khan(Ed.), Globalization and Security in South Asia. Colombo, Sri Lanka: RCSS.
94)    Pandit, S. (1998). Ecology, Economy and Hinduism. In R. Pushparajan(Ed.), Economy ,Ecology and Religion. Madurai, India.
95)    Pandit, S. (1997). D.M.K. and Indian Federalism. In B. Raghavan(Ed.), Reorienting Indian Federalism. New Delhi, India: M. D. Publishers.
96)    Pandit, S. (1996). Indo-Sri Lanka relations in the 1990s. In A.K. Triparthy(Ed.), India’s Foreign Policy in the 1990s. New Delhi, India: National Publication.
97)    Palshikar, S.V. (1996). Politics of Absorption. In S. Ram(Ed.), Readings in the Indian Parliamentary Opposition, Vol. I (pp.241-261). Delhi, India: Kanishka Publishers. ISBN: 9788173911132.
98)    Pandit, S. (1996). Religion and Politics in South Asia- The Hindu Right. In B. Muralidhar(Eds.), Communal Harmony and National Integration. New Delhi, India: M.D. Publishers.
99)    Pandit, S. (1996). The Dravidian Movement and Women’s Emancipation: E.V.R.’s thought in the Post Modern Perspective. In R. Thandavan(Ed.), The Dravidian Movement: A reformulation. Madras, India: Poompuhar .
100)    Pandit, S. (1996). The Neo-Marxist era and the Efflorescence of Activism and Development. In J.S. Augustine(Ed.), Rethinking Activism in the Post-Marxist era. New Delhi, India: Sage Publications.
101)    Deshpande, R. (1996). Vinobanche Swarajya Shastra- Vinoba Vichar Darshan. In R. Kulkarni(Eds.) NA. (pp.436-445)Wardha, India: Gram Seva Mandal.
102)    Palshikar, S.V. (1995). Bhandvalshahi Rajkaranachi Apuri Chikitsa: Arun Sadhunchya Kadambrya. In H.S. Sane(Ed.), Sahitya ani Samajik Shastra: Antasambandha (pp.181-196). Pune, India: Pratima Prakashan.
103)    Pandit, S. (1995). Caste and Fundamentalism and Hindutva as a Political Ideology. In A. Nehring(Ed.), Fundamentalism and Secularism: The Indian Predicament. Madras, India: Gurukul Publishers.
104)    Pandit, S. (1995). Question of Peaceful settlement- Emerging paradigms. In R.C. Sharma(Ed.), Cyprus. New Delhi, India: United Nations and Conflict Resolution.
105)    Kulkarni, M. (1995). The Political Dynamics of Action Groups in Rural Maharashtra. In M. Kulkarni(Eds.) , Politics in Maharashtra. Mumbai, India: Himalaya Publishing House.
106)    Pandit, S. (1995). The Rise of Hindu Nationalism in India. In M. Kayathwal(Ed.), Political Processes in South . Jaipur, India: Rawat .
107)    Palshikar, S.V., Vora, R. (1994). Class, Caste and Ideology in Maharashtra. In K.L. Sharma(Ed.), Caste and Class in India (pp.263-294). Jaipur, India: Rawat Publications. ISBN: 9788170332053.
108)    Palshikar, S.V. (1993). Liberty, Equality and Fraternity in Ambedkar. In K.I. Vibhute(Ed.), Dr. Ambedkar and Empowerment (pp.27-54). Pune, India: University of Pune Press. ISBN: 9788171180554.
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