Routledge / Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) South Asian Series
This Routledge series is published in cooperation with the ASAA to promote outstanding work and innovative scholarship in the humanities, arts, and social sciences on South Asia, here understood to be work emerging from or dealing with Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, the Maldives, the Indian Ocean region, and comparative work on South Asia and its diasporas with and in other countries. The series publishes excellent research across a wide range of disciplines including history, politics and political economy, anthropology, geography, literature, sociology and the fields of cultural studies, communication studies, studies of religion and ethnicity, and women, gender, and sexuality studies. Interdisciplinary and comparative research is encouraged, and the Editor is also interested in work that stretches the interstices of area studies, identity studies, and technology studies in/ of South Asia into the 21st century.
Works in the series are published simultaneously in UK/ US and India editions, as well as in e-book format. Publications include single-authored monographs and edited volumes by authors based anywhere in the world.
The series welcomes new submissions!
Series Editor: Rahul K. Gairola, Murdoch University, Australia
Please contact Dorothea Schaefter, Senior Editor, Routledge with "ASAA South Asia series" in the subject line if you wish to submit a new proposal.
Email: Dorothea.Schaefter@tandf.co.uk with a copy to Rahul.Gairola@murdoch.edu.edu
International Editorial Advisory Board
Meera Ashar, Australian National University
Sarbani Banerjee, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India
Nandi Bhatia, University of Western Ontario, Canada
Chandan Bose, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, India
Priya Chacko, University of Adelaide, Australia
Assa Doron, Australian National University
Bina Fernandez, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Rashmi Gaur, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India
Amanda Gilbertson, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Michael Gillan, University of Western Australia
Rachita Gulati, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India
Ramaswami Harindranath, UNSW Australia
Nalini Iyer, Seattle University, USA
Ritu Khanduri, University of Texas at Arlington, USA
Ketu Katrak, University of California, Irvine, USA
Suvir Kaul, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Kama Macelan, UNSW Australia
Irfan Nooruddin, Georgetown University, USA
Geeta Patel, University of Virginia, USA
Jasbir Puar, Rutgers University, USA
Dibyadyuti Roy, Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur, India
Debjani Sengupta, Indraprashtha College for Women, University of Delhi, India
Sunera Thobani, University of British Columbia, Canada
Asha Varadharajan, Queen’s University, Canada
Anand Yang, University of Washington, USA