Academic Studies

Academic Works:

  • Adarkar, N. (2003). Gendering of the Culture of Building: Case of Mumbai.Economic and Political Weekly, 4527-4534.
  • Adarkar, N., & Phatak, V. K. (2005). Recycling Mill Land: Tumultuous Experience of Mumbai. Economic and Political Weekly, 5365-5368.
  • Anjaria, Jonathan Shapiro. (2006). “Street Hawkers and Public Space in Mumbai”. Economic and Political Weekly 41(21): 2140-46.
  • Adarkar, N., Phatak, V.K.. (2005) . Recycling Mill Land: Tumultuous Experience of Mumbai. Economic and Political Weekly 40, 5365–5368.
  • Bhattacharya, Sabyasachi. (1981). ‘Capital and Labour in Bombay City, 1928-29′. Economic and Political Weekly 16 (42-3):36-44.
  • Chalana, M. (2013). Making way for a global metropolis. The Emerging Asian City: Concomitant Urbanities and Urbanisms, 193.
  • Chalana, M. (2012). Of Mills and Malls: The Future of Urban Industrial Heritage in Neoliberal Mumbai. Future Anterior, 9(1), a-15.
  • Chandavarkar, R. (1981). Workers’ politics and the mill districts in Bombay between the wars. Modern Asian Studies, 15(03), 603-647.
  • Chandavarkar, Rajnarayan. (1998). Imperial Power and Popular Politics: Class, Resistance and the State in India, 1850-1950, Cambridge University Press, 100.
  • Chandavarkar, R., Kerr, I., Simeon, D., Nair, J., Joshi, C., & Sarkar, S. (2004). The Return of Labour to South-Asian History. Historical Materialism, 12(3), 285-313.
  • D’Monte, D. (1998). Redevelopment of Mumbai’s Cotton Textile Mill Land: Opportunity Lost. Economic and Political Weekly, 283-290.
  • Damodar, (2006). Vision Shanghai over the Mumbai Mill Lands – Speculation and other Ravages of a Decadent Bourgeoisie. People’s March: Voice of the Indian Revolution, [Online]. Volume 7, No. 1. Available at: http://www.bannedthought.net/India/PeoplesMarch/PM1999-2006/archives/2006/Jan2k6/NTC%20Land.html [Accessed 17 October 2014].
  • Date, V. (2006). Harsh reality of workers today. Economic and Political Weekly, 1169-1172.
  • EPW Research Foundation. (1997). Mumbai’s Textile Mills and the Land Question. Economic and Political Weekly, 2785-2787.
  • Frost, M. R. (2010). Rajnarayan Chandavarkar, History, Culture and the Indian City: Essays by
  • Ghadge, Ravi. (2013). Shanghaization of Mumbai: Visions, Displacements, Contestations. Urbana: University of Illinois.
  • Haynes, D.E. (2014). Rethinking the Twentieth-Century History of Mumbai. Modern Asian Studies 48, 1435–1449. doi:10.1017/S0026749X12000546
  • Jeyathurai, D. (2012). Terrifying Muslims: race and labor in the South Asian diaspora. Contemporary South Asia, 20(3), 422-423.
  • Kidambi, P. (2013). Mumbai Modern Colonial Pasts and Postcolonial Predicaments. Journal of Urban History, 39(5), 1003-1011
  • Krishnan, Shekhar. (2000). Murder of the Mills: A Case Study of Phoenix Mills. Lokshahi Hakk Sanghatana and Girangaon Bachao Andolan Report.
  • Mclaren, Christine Mclaren. (2013). Mumbai and the Mills: Part 2. Guggenheim, 26 January.
  • Mhaskar, Sumeet. (2013). Claiming Entitlements in ‘Neo-Liberal’ India: Mumbai’s Ex-millworkers’ Political Mobilisation on the Rehabilitation Question. UK: University of Oxford.
  • McKinsey’s (2003) Vision Mumbai: transforming Mumbai into a world-class city. Bombay First, Mumbai.
  • Mhaskar, Sumeet. (2013). Indian Muslims in a Global City: Socio-Political Effects on Economic Preferences in Contemporary Mumbai. Gottingen: Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity.
  • Mhaskar, S. (2012). The unmaking of the worker-self in post-industrial Mumbai: a study of ex-millworkers’ responses to the closure of textile mills in Girangaon. Doctoral. UK: University of Oxford.
  • Mhaskar, Sumeet. (2006). Labour movement in the context of Liberalisation: A case study of Mumbai textile industry. New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University.
  • Modi. M. (1950) A study in city development: Worli. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Bombay.
    More, Nitin, K. Bhowmik, Sharit, 2001. Coping with Urban Poverty: Ex-Textile Mill Workers in Central Mumbai. Economic & Political Weekly, Vol. 36 No. 52, 4822-4827.
  • Muzaffar, I., & Otero-Pailos, J. (2012). Editors’ Introduction: Preservation and Globalization. Future Anterior: Journal of Historic Preservation, History, Theory, and Criticism, 9(1), iii-vii.
  • Paul, A., Shetty, P., & Krishnan, S. (2005). The city as extracurricular space: re‐instituting urban pedagogy in South Asia. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 6(3), 386-409.
  • Pinto, R. and Fernandes, N. (1996) Murder of the Mills: An Enquiry into Bombay’s Cotton Textile Industry and its Workers. Mumbai: Lokshahl Hakk Sanghatana.
  • Sherlock, S. (1996) Class re-formation in Mumbai: has organised labour risen to the challenge?, Economic and Political Weekly, 31(52), pp. L-34-L-38.
  • Surve, V. (2011). Revitalizing Mumbai Textile Mill Lands for the City. Masters Theses 1896 – February 2014.
  • Surve, Vinay. (2011). Revitalizing Mumbai Textile Mill Lands for the City. Amherst: University of Massachusetts.
  • Thackeray, B. An authentic Indian fascism.(1998). Economic and Political Weekly. Sameeksha Trust. Vol 33.

Books:

  • Adarkar, N. (2006). The lost century for workers. In D. D’Monte (Ed.), Mills for sale: The way ahead (pp. 94-107). Mumbai: Marg Publications.
  • Adarkar, N., & Menon, M. (2004). One Hundred Years One Hundred Voices: The Millworkers of Girangaon: an Oral History. Seagull Books Pvt Ltd.
  • Bakshi, Rajni. (1986). The Long Haul: The Bombay Textile Workers Strike. BUILD Documentation Centre.
  • Bharne, Vinayak. (2013). The Emerging Asian City: Concomitant Urbanities and Urbanisms. Routledge.
  • Bhowmik, S. K. (2004). Politics of Urban Space in Mumbai:” Citizens” Versus the Urban Poor. Otto-von-Guericke-Universität. Fakultät für Geistes-, Sozial-und Erziehungswissenschaften. Institut für Soziologie.
  • Blom Hansen, Thomas. (2005). Violence in Urban India: Identity Politics, ‘Mumbai’, and the Postcolonial City. Orient Blackswan.
  • Berger, A., & Mehrotra, R. (Eds.). (2010). Landscape + urbanism around the Bay of Mumbai. Cambridge: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Mumbai: Urban Design Research Institute (UDRI).
  • Bhowmik, Sharit K. (1998). ‘The Labour Movement in India: Present Problems and Future Perspectives’. In Towards People- Centered Development (Part II), edited by M. Desai, A. Monterio, and I., Narayan, 147-66. Mumbai: Tata Institute of Social Sciences.
  • Chandavarkar, Rajnarayan. (2002). The Origins of Industrial Capitalism in India: Business Strategies and the Working Classes in Bombay, 1900-1940. Cambridge University Press, 168
  • Chandavarkar, Rajnarayan. (1994). 5 – Girangaon: the social organization of the working-class neighbourhoods pp. 168-238. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Chandavarkar, Rajnarayan. (1994). The origins of Industrial Capitalism in India: Business Strategies and the Working Classes in Bombay, 1900-1940. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Chandavarkar, Rajnarayan. (2009). History, Culture and the Indian City. United States of America by Cambridge University Press, New York, 179.
  • Chandavarkar, Rajnarayan. (2004). From Neighbourhood to Nation: The Rise and Fall of the Left in Bombay’s Girangaon in the Twentieth Century. Seagull Books.
  • Chaturvedi, M., n.d. Twenty One Year of Real Estate. Accommodation Times.
  • Correa, C. (2006). Recycling urban land. In D. D’ Monte (Ed.), Mills for sale: The way ahead (pp. 16-27). Mumbai: Marg Publications.
  • Correa, C. (1999). Housing and urbanisation. Mumbai: Urban Design Research Institute (UDRI).
  • Dossal, M. (2010). Theatre of Conflict, City of Hope: Mumbai 1660 to Present Times. OUP India.
  • Dossal, M. (2005). From Mills to Malls: Loss of a City’s Identity.
  • Dwivedi, Sharada and Mehrotra, Rahul. (2001). Bombay: the cities within. Eminence Designs Pvt. Ltd.
  • Dwivedi, S. (2006). Past times: Layers of history and culture. In D. D’Monte (Ed.), Mills for sale: The way ahead (pp. 76-83). Mumbai: Marg Publications.
  • D’Monte, D. (Ed.). (2006). Mills for sale: The way ahead. Mumbai: Marg Publications.
  • D’Monte, D. (2002). Ahmedabad’s Alienated Textile Workers. India International Centre Quarterly, 129-140.
  • D’Monte, Darryl. (2002). Ripping the Fabric: The Decline of Mumbai and its Mills. Oxford University Press.
  • Fernandes, Naresh. City Adrift: A Short Biography of Bombay. Aleph Book Company.
  • Fisman, Tim and Sullivan, Tim. (2014). The Org: How The Office Really Works. Hachette UK.
  • Ghag, P. (2006). List of 58 cotton textile mills. In D.D’Monte (Ed.), Mills for sale: The way ahead (pp. 74-75). Mumbai: Marg Publications.
  • Gokhale, R.G. (1957). The Bombay Cotton Mill Worker. Bombay: The Mill-owners’ Association.
  • Harriss, John. (1991). The Family: a social history of the twentieth century. Oxford University Press.
  • Kirtikar, Pradeep C. (2013). The Mumbai Midway: A portrayal & the portraits of the middle class area of Mumbai. Partridge Publishing.
  • Krishnan, Shekhar. (2000). ‘Murder of the Mills: A Case Study of Phoenix Mills’. Lokshahi Hakk Sanghatana and Girangaon Bachao Andolan Report.
  • LLC, Books. (2010). Mumbai Culture: Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Roadside Romeo, East Indians, Vakya Vritti, Dabbawala, Girangaon. General Books LLC.
  • Madagavakara, Govinda Narayana. (2009). Govind Narayan’s Mumbai: An Urban Biography from 1863. Anthem Press.
  • Mehrotra, R. (2006). Post-planning in Mumbai. In D. D’Monte (Ed.), Mills for sale: The way ahead (pp. 60-73). Mumbai: Marg Publications.
  • Mhaskar, S. (2013). Encountering ‘Inclusion’ and Exclusion in Postindustrial Mumbai: A study of Muslim Ex-millworkers’ occupational choices. Navigating Social Exclusion and Inclusion in Contemporary India and Beyond: Structures, Agents, Practices, 149.
  • Mieg, Harald A. and Oevermann, Heike. (2014). Industrial Heritage Sites in Transformation: Clash of Discourses. Routledge.
  • Miles, Malcolm and Hall, Tim. (2005). Interventions. Intellect Books.
  • Morris, Morris David. (1965). The Emergence of an Industrial Labor Force in India: A Study of the Bombay Cotton Mills, 1852-1947. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Newman, Richard. (1981). Workers and Unions in Bombay, 1918- 1929: A Study of Organisation in the Cotton Mills. Canberra: Australian National University.
  • Pinto, Jerry and Fernandes, Naresh. (2003). Bombay, Meri Jaan: Writings on Mumbai. Penguin Books India. 80.
  • Prakash, Gyan. (2013). Mumbai Fables. HarperCollins Publishers.
  • Patel, Sujata. (1995). Bombay: mosaic of modern culture. Oxford University Press.
  • Phatak, V.K. (2006). Redeveloping mill land. In D. D’Monte (Ed.), Mills for sale: The way ahead (pp. 52-59). Mumbai: Marg Publications.
  • Wersch, Hubert W.M. van. (1992). Bombay Textile Strike, 1982-83. Bombay: Oxford University Press.
  • Winch, P.(2006). From Girangaon to Planet Godrej: How the mill lands got away. In Mapping Mumbai: University of Michigan Mumbai studios spring and fall 2005. Mumbai: Urban Design Research Institute (UDRI).
  • Wissink, B. (2013). Enclave urbanism in Mumbai: An Actor-Network-Theory analysis of urban (dis) connection. Geoforum, 47, 1-11.
  • Zaidi, Hussain. (2014). Byculla to Bangkok. HarperCollins Publishers India. Ch-3.

School Books:

  • Anuradha, Mukherjee. (2008). Longman Geography 8. Pearson Education India.
  • Balagopal, Jaya. (2006). Discover Geography Class – 8 (revised). Orient Blackswan.
  • Kar, Patan and Chandel, R.S. Exploring the Earth geography textbook for ICSE class X. Allied Publishers.
  • Singh, Kirpal. Chopra, S. and Kumar, Manoj. Concise Social Sciences: Class X. Frank Brothers.

Newspaper Articles:

  • Evelyn Roy. 1924. Some Facts About the Bombay Strike. [ONLINE] Available at: https://www.marxists.org/archive/roy-evelyn/articles/1924/bombay.htm. [Accessed 14 October 14].
  • From “cottonopolis” to crime city, the story of Mumbai [WWW Document], n.d. . dna. URL http://www.dnaindia.com/analysis/report-from-cottonopolis-to-crime-city-the-story-of-mumbai-mills-1879933 (accessed 5.15.15).
  • IBN Live. (2011). Mumbai: Mill workers protest, demand free housing. [Online Video]. 02 October. Available from: http://ibnlive.in.com/news/mumbai-mill-workers-protest-demand-free-housing/189504-37.html. (Accessed: 14 October 2014).
  • INDUSTRY [WWW Document], n.d. . http://www.livemint.com/. URL http://www.livemint.com/Industry/PyqCrPOCAfRYBw22YquB2N/Untangling-the-knot-between-Mumbai-and-its-mills.html (accessed 5.15.15).
  • Home and hope for forgotten force [WWW Document], n.d. . The Telegraph. URL http://www.telegraphindia.com/1130326/jsp/nation/story_16715906.jsp (accessed 5.15.15).
  • KR Iyer. 2012. Nearly 7000 Mumbai Mill Workers Finally Get Homes. [ONLINE] Available at: http://propertybeat.sulekha.com/nearly-7000-mumbai-mill-workers-finally-get-homes 592125 blog. (Accessed 14 October 14).
  • Mid-day. Mill workers allowed to rent out their mhada flats. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.mid-day.com/search/mill-workers-allowed-to-rent-out-their-mhada-flats all. (Accessed 17 October 14).
  • Mumbai Travel Blog, 2010. Mills in Mumbai – About Textile Mills of Bombay. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.mumbai77.com/pages/mumbai-mills/. (Accessed 14 October 14).
  • Mumbai Pages. 1995. The Cotton mills. [ONLINE] Available at: http://theory.tifr.res.in/bombay/history/cotton.html. [Accessed 14 October 14].
    Mumbai mill workers to get homes in native villages [WWW Document], n.d. . Yahoo News India. URL https://in.news.yahoo.com/mumbai-mill-workers-homes-native-villages-160602796–finance.html (accessed 5.15.15).
  • Mumbai mill workers meet Maharashtra CM Chavan on housing issue [WWW Document], n.d. . Yahoo News India. URL https://in.news.yahoo.com/mumbai-mill-workers-meet-maharashtra-cm-chavan-housing-071932988.html (accessed 5.15.15).
  • Mythologies of Mumbai. Girangaon. [ONLINE] Available at: http://mythologiesofmumbai.pukar.org.in/girangaon. (Accessed 14 October 14).
  • 6,900 flats for families of retrenched mill-workers, 5,291 forms gone in a day – Indian Express [WWW Document], n.d. URL http://archive.indianexpress.com/news/6900-flats-for-families-of-retrenched-millworkers-5291-forms-gone-in-a-day/678178/ (accessed 5.15.15).
  • Mumbai mill workers may get 3,592 homes [WWW Document], n.d. URL http://www.infrawindow.com/news/mumbai-mill-workers-may-get-3-592-homes_3227/ (accessed 5.15.15).
    New twist: Mill workers may get homes in their villages | Free Press Journal [WWW Document], n.d. URL http://www.freepressjournal.in/new-twist-mill-workers-may-get-homes-in-their-villages/ (accessed 5.15.15).
  • Mumbai’s Mill Workers : A Small but Significant Victory | NewsClick [WWW Document], n.d. URL http://newsclick.in/india/mumbai%E2%80%99s-mill-workers-small-significant-victory (accessed 5.15.15).
  • Repoter, B.S., 2011. No free homes to textile mill workers in Mumbai: CM. Business Standard India.
    The Memory of Resistance | Footnotes | A SMCS Student Publication [WWW Document], n.d. URL http://footnotes.tiss.edu/the-memory-of-resistance/ (accessed 5.15.15).
  • Shivadekar, T. 16, T.| A., 2013, Ist, 03 59pm, n.d. Mill workers delegation meet chief minister Prithviraj Chavan [WWW Document]. The Times of India. URL http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/mumbai/Mill-workers-delegation-meet-chief-minister-Prithviraj-Chavan/articleshow/21859469.cms (accessed 5.15.15).
  • Shivadekar, T. 25, T.| A., 2013, Ist, 07 24pm, n.d. Mumbai mill workers to get relief in housing loan [WWW Document]. The Times of India. URL http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/mumbai/Mumbai-mill-workers-to-get-relief-in-housing-loan/articleshow/19727616.cms (accessed 5.15.15).
  • A raw deal and desperation [WWW Document], n.d. URL http://www.frontline.in/static/html/fl1808/18081030.htm (accessed 5.15.15).
  • rediff.com: The Great Mumbai Textile Strike… 25 Years On [WWW Document], n.d. URL http://specials.rediff.com/news/2007/jan/18sld2.htm (accessed 5.15.15).
  • THE MILL BEHIND THE GLOSS [WWW Document], n.d. URL http://epaper.timesofindia.com/Repository/getFiles.asp?Style=OliveXLib:LowLevelEntityToPrint_PASTISSUES2&Type=text/html&Locale=english-skin-custom&Path=TOIM/2011/06/19&ID=Ar00600 (accessed 5.15.15).
  • Udhay Bhat. 2010. Struggle of Mumbais’ Textile Mill Workers for Rehabilitation. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.cpiml.org/liberation/year 2010/june 10/special feature 5.html. (Accessed 14 October 14).
  • Long march of Mumbai’s textile workers | Business Line – The Hindu Business Line : Mobile Edition [WWW Document], n.d. URL http://m.thehindubusinessline.com/todays-paper/tp-opinion/long-march-of-mumbais-textile-workers/article2334173.ece/ (accessed 5.15.15).
  • 2700 Mill workers get MHADA homes | Eprahaar [WWW Document], n.d. URL http://eprahaar.in/2700-mill-workers-get-mhada-homes/ (accessed 5.15.15).