This is a special issue featuring an exciting brains trust of Asian authors who are academics. The articles have been specially written by the authors for Live Encounters Magazine to present their thoughts on their books that delve into the complexities of Asian socio-religious-economic developments. There are so many fabulously enlightened people in Asia and we are delighted to offer a glimpse of these luminaries. – Mark Ulyseas, Editor
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Author Manoranjan Byapari and translator Professor Sipra Mukherjee
Dr Arnab Chatterjee – Is the personal beyond private and public?
Dr Debal K SinghaRoy – Identity and Society …
Dr Debasree De – Speaking with the Margin
Dr Devaki Jain – Journey of a Southern Feminist
Dr Jyoti Mohan – Claiming India
Dr Kalinga Seneviratne – Developing a “Human-centric” Journalism Practice
Dr Margaret Kumar and Dr Supriya Pattanayak – Positioning Research…
Dr S K Kulshrestha – India’s Urban Transformation
Dr Sujit Kumar Chattopadhyay – Gender Socialization…
Prem Shankar Jha – Making Development Sustainable
Professor R Ramachandran – Why write a book on History of Hinduism?
A special thanks to Merin Jose, PR Executive, SAGE Publications India, for assisting Live Encounters Magazine in putting together this special issue of outstanding authors, and to international photographers Jill Gocher (Indonesia),
Joo Peter (Germany), Mikyoung Cha (South Korea) and Randhir Khare (India) for contributing their photographs.