Publications

Books:
 
  • The Essential Tagore.  Ed. Radha Chakravarty and Fakrul Alam.  Special commemorative volume for Tagore's 150th birth anniversary. Visva-Bharati & Harvard University Press, 2011.
  • Novelist Tagore: Gender and Modernity in Selected Texts.  New Delhi and London: Routledge, 2013.
  • Shades of Difference: Selected Works of Rabindranath Tagore. With DVD: Tagore and his World. Edited by Radha Chakravarty.  New Delhi: Social Science Press, 2015 (forthcoming).
  • Vermillion Clouds: A Century of Stories by Bengali Women. Translated by Radha Chakiravarty.  New Delhi: WomenUnlimited, 2010
  • The Land of Cards: Stories, Poems & Plays for Children.  Rabindranath Tagore.  Translated by Radha Chakravarty.  Introduction by Mahasweta Devi.  Delhi: Penguin/Puffin Classics, 2010.
  • Gora.  (English translation of Tagore novel).  Delhi: Penguin Modern Classics, 2009.
  • Feminism and Contemporary Women Writers: Rethinking Subjectivity.  New Delhi and UK:  Routledge, 2008.
  • Boyhood Days. (English translation of Tagore’s Chhelebela).  Inroduction by Amartya Sen.  Delhi: Puffin Classics, 2007.  Rpt. London: Hesperus, 2011
  • Bodymaps: Stories by South Asian Women. Compiled and edited by Radha Chakravarty.  New Delhi: Zubaan, 2007
  • Kapalkundala. (English translation of Bengali novel by Bankim Chandra Chatterji). In The Bankimchandra Omnibus. Delhi: Penguin, 2006. Rpt. London: Hesperus, 2011.
  • Farewell Song: Shesher Kabita.  English translation of Tagore’s novel.  Delhi: Srishti, 2005.  Rpt. Delhi: Penguin, 2011.  London: Hesperus, 2011.
  • In the Name of the Mother.  English translations of short stories on motherhood by Mahasweta Devi.  Kolkata: Seagull, 2004. (Shortlisted for Crossword Translation Award).
  • Chokher Bali.  English translation of Tagore’s novel.  Delhi: Srishti, 2003.
  • Crossings: Stories from Bangladesh and India.  Translations from Bengali into English.  Delhi: Indialog, 2003.
  • Writing Feminism: South Asian Voices.  Ed. Radha Chakravarty & Selina Hossain.  Dhaka: University Press Limited, 2010 .
  • Writing Freedom: South Asian Voices.  Ed. Radha Chakravarty & Selina Hossain.  Dhaka: University Press Limited, 2010.

 

Essays/Review articles:

 

  • Review of Neither Night Nor Day, ed. Rakshanda Jalil.  The Book Review (Oct. 2008) 87.
  • Review of Collected Poems 1966-2006 by Kaiser Haq.  The Book Review (August 2008) 29-30.
  • Review of Durgesh Nandini by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee, trans. B. M. Bhalla.  The Book Review (July 2008) 22-23.
  • “Anita Desai.”  South Asian Writing in English.  (DLB 323).  Ed. Fakrul Alam.   Detroit & New York: Thomson Gale, 2006. 86-98.
  • “Bharati Mukherjee.”  South Asian Writing in English.  (DLB 323). Ed. Fakrul Alam.  Detroit & New York: 2006.  242-251. 242-251.
  • Review of Writing Difference: The Novels of Shashi Deshpande by Chanchala K Naik.  Indian Literature 230 (2006).
  • “Reading Mahasweta: Shifting Frames.” In Journal of the School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies (Spring 2004), Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. 64-70.
  • “Visionary Cartography: Imaginary Maps by Mahasweta Devi.” In Signifying the Self: Women and Literature.  Ed. by Malashri Lal, Sumanyu Satpathy and Shormishtha Panja. Delhi: Macmillan, 2004. 75-88.
  • Go, be brave: Changing Subjectivities in the Fiction of Bharati Mukherjee.”  Identity, Community, Nation: Essays on Canadian Writing, edited by Danielle Schaub and Christl Verduyn.  Halbert Centre for Canadian Studies, Univ. of Jerusalem.  Jerusalem: Univ. Press, 2002. 89-102.
  • “Mothers in Flight: The Space of the Maternal in Margaret Atwood’s Cat’s Eye.”  Mapping Canadian Cultural Space.  Ed. by Danielle Schaub.  Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 2000. 104-121.
  •  “Figuring the Maternal: ‘Freedom’ and ‘Responsibility’ in Anita Desai’s Novels.”  ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature, 29: 2 (April 1998) 75-92.  Reprinted in Post Independence Voices in South Asian Writing.  Ed. by Malashri Lal, Alamgir Hashmi and Victor J. Ramraj.  Delhi: Doaba, 2001.
  • “Radical Self-fashioning: Language in the novels of Anita Desai.”  In Desert in Bloom, a collection of essays on Indian women writers.  Ed. by Meenakshi Bharat.  Delhi: Pencraft, 2003. 23-42.
  • “The Body.”  English translation of Bengali short story by Mahasweta Devi.  In At Home in the World.  Multilingual volume edited by K. Satchidanandan, Namita Gokhale et al.  Delhi: Full Circle, 2002.  (Special publication sponsored by the ICCR and coordinated by the Sahitya Akademi, in connection with the Festival of Contemporary Literature, Feb. 2002).
  • My Unknown Twin: A Feminist Reading of Margaret Atwood’s Poetry.”  Critical Theory: Textual Application.  Ed. Shormishtha Panja.  Delhi: Worldview, 2002. 67-94.
  • Review of Home by Manju Kapur.  Indian Horizons 53 (Summer 2006) 117-120.
  • Review of Relationships: Jogajog by Rabindranath Tagore, trans. Supriya Chaudhuri.  The Book Review (August 2006) 11-12.
  • Review of Staging Resistance: Plays by Women in Translation ed. Tutun Mukherjee.  The Book Review (Jan-Feb 2006) 69.
  • Review of Tree Without Roots by Syed Waliullah and Didima’s Necklace and Other Stories by Niaz Zaman.  The Book Review (Dec. 2005) 80-81.
  • Review of The Diary of Mademoiselle D’Arvres by Toru Dutt, translated by N.Kamala.  The Book Review (April 2005) 34.
  • “Homaging a Language.”  Review of Under the Krishnachura: Fifty Years of Bangladeshi Writing, ed. Niaz Zaman.  The Book Review, May-June 2004. 79.
  • “Those Days.”  English translation of reminiscences by Selina Hossain.  In anthology of writings on peace by South Asian women writers.  Published by the Women’s Initiative for Peace in South Asia (WIPSA).  Delhi: Kali/Zubaan, forthcoming.
  • “Lethal Love and Haunted Houses: The Maternal Problematic in Toni Morrison.” In BRAC University Journal I:4 (Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2004) 13-20.
  • Review of Talking of Power: Early Writings of Bengali Women from the Mid-19thCentury to the Beginning of the 20th Century, ed. Malini Bhattacharya and Abhijit Sen . The Book Review (Sep. 2004) 26.
  • Review of Without Margins by Sukrita Paul Kumar (Journal of the Poetry Society of India 2005)
  • Review of Orienting India by Vasudha Dalmia.  In The Book Review (Oct. 2003) 8
  • Review of Journey to Ithaca by Anita Desai, in The Book Review, Vol. XXI: No.2 (March 1997). 15-16.
  • Review of The Making of Womanhood : Gender Relations in the ‘Mahabharata’ in The Book Review (July 1995) 7-8.
  • Review of The Girl Child in Twentieth Century Literature in The Book Review (Nov. 1994) 6-7.
  •  “Like a Child with a Box of Bricks: Katherine Mansfield’s New Zealand Stories.” Commonwealth Review III:1 (1991-2) 45-53.
  • “Time and Change in Judith Wright.” Commonwealth Review II:1-2 (1990-1991) 96-112.
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