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Gautam, Khagesh “Controlled Semi-Presidentialism: The case for semi-presidentialism under the Indian Constitution.” Columbia Journal of Asian Law 29 (1):179-254.
Visvanathan, Shiv, and Teesta Setelvad. “Narratives of Vulnerability and Violence.” InVulnerability In Technological Cultures: New Directions in Research and Governance, edited by Anique Hommels, Jessica Mesman and Wiebe E. Bijker. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press.
Visvanathan, Shiv. “The Necessity of Corruption.” In Corruption in Public Life: A Theological Response, edited by Francis Gonsalves. New Delhi: Indian Theological Association.
Visvanathan, Shiv, and Chandrika Parmar. “A Biotechnology Story: Notes from India.” In Environment, Technology and Development: Critical and Subversive Essays, edited by Rohan D’Souza. Delhi: Orient Longman.
Visvanathan, Shiv. “The Re-making of Narendra Modi.” Seminar 641: 52.
Visvanathan, Shiv. “Anna Hazare and the Battle against Corruption.” Cultural Critique 83: 103.
Visvanathan, Shiv. “Democracy, Plurality and the Indian University.” InEquality, Quality and Quantity in Higher Education in India, edited by Jandhyal B. G. Tilak. Delhi: Orient Longman.
Visvanathan, Shiv. “Everydayness of Waste: An Aesthetics for Justice.” In Arts and Aesthetics in a Globalising World,edited by Raminder Kaur. London: Berg.
Visvanathan, Shiv. “Past Forward: Young India Rushes to Meet New Aspirations.” Governance Now.
Visvanathan, Shiv. “Primary Colours: Gandhi on the Environmental Movement.” In Ramchandra Gandhi: The Man and his Philosophy, edited by Raghuram Raju. New Delhi: Routledge.