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  1. Crispin Bates (1995) - Race, Caste and Tribe in Central India: The Early Origins of Indian Anthropometry ISBN: 1 900 795 02 7
  2. () - Memories of a Fragmented Nation: Rewriting the Histories of India's Partition ISBN:
  3. John Brockington (1995) - Concepts of the Self in the Ramayana Tradition ISBN: 978-1-900795-00-5
  4. Jonathan Spencer (1995) - Learning from the Particular: Intellectuals and 'Ordinary People' in Situations of Ethnic Conflict ISBN: 1 900 795 01 9
  5. Caroline Dyer (1996) - The Improvement of Primary School Quality in India: Successes and Failures of 'Operation Blackboard' ISBN: 1 900 795 03 5
  6. Clare Anderson (1996) - The Genealogy of the Modern Subject: Indian Convicts in Mauritius, 1814-53 ISBN: 1 900 795 04 3
  7. Anthony Good. (1996) - On the Non-Existence of "Dravidian Kinship" ISBN: 1 900 795 05 1
  8. Katharine Charsley (1997) - 'Children of the Forest' or 'Backwards Communities'? The Ideology of Tribal Developmen ISBN: 1 900 795 006 X
  9. Krishna Kumar (1998) - Education and Society in Post-Independence India-Looking Towards the Future ISBN: 1 900 795 09 5
  10. Patricia Jeffery, Abha Mishra and Monika Singh (1998) - Gender Stereotypes and Joint Forest Management. ISBN: 1 900 795 10 8
  11. Sasanka Perera (1998) - Beyond the Margins of a Failed Insurrection: The Experiences of Women in Post-Terror Southern Sri Lanka ISBN: 1 900 795 11 6
  12. Neil Thin, Neeraj Peter and Prafulla Gorada (1998) - Muddles about the Middle: NGOs as Intermediaries in JFM ISBN: 1 900 795 12 4
  13. Crispin Bates (2000) - Coerced and Migrant Labourers in India: The Colonial Experience ISBN: 1 900 795 13 2
  14. Paul Nicholas Anderson (2000) - Commodification, Conservation and Community: an Analysis and a Case Study in South India ISBN: 1 900 795 14 0
  15. Jacqueline Sweeney and Lucy Nash (2001) - We can think but we can't do: a focus on the aspirations of young female college students in Coimbatore, Southern India, and societal constraints ISBN: 1 900 795 15 9
  16. Suranjan Das (2001) - The Nehru Years in Indian Politics ISBN: 1 900 795 16 7
  17. Beth Mellor (2001) - Culture Matters: Developing Ladakhi Education on the Margins of India ISBN: 1 900 795 17 5
  18. Sam Fortescue (2003) - Rascally Pandies and Feringhi Dogs”: a study of British attitudes to Indians during the 1857 uprising ISBN: 978-1-900795-19-7
  19. Tom Lloyd (2006) - Acting In The “Theatre Of Anarchy”: The 'Anti-Thug Campaign' and elaborations of colonial rule in early nineteenth-century India ISBN: 978-1-900795-20-3
  20. Gajendra Singh (2006) - The Anatomy of Dissent in the Military of Colonial India during the First and Second World Wars ISBN: 978-1-900795-21-0
  21. Anastasia Piliavsky (2006) - Secrets in the 'Field': the Antics of researching Rajasthan's banditry ISBN: 978-1-900795-22-7
  22. Richard Baxstrom (2007) - Living Between Promise and Danger: The Law, Urban Development, and the Transformation of Everyday Life in Kuala Lumpur. ISBN: 978-1-900795-23-4
  23. Hannah Archambault (2007) - A Community United? Going in search of community with Edinburgh Muslims ISBN: 978-1-900795-24-1
  24. Shaheed Hussain (2010) - ‘Punjabisation’ in the British Indian Army 1857-1947 and the Advent of Military Rule in Pakistan ISBN: 978-1-0-900795-25-8
  25. Christopher Harding (2011) - The Emergence of ‘Christian Psychiatry’ ISBN: 978-1-900795-26-5
Damaged fishing boat, Telwatte, July 2005