Academic Departments
Women's Studies Research Centre

Established on April 1, 1989 with financial support form University Grants Commission, Women Studies Research Centre at University of Calcutta is an interdisciplinary research unit. The unit was run under Prof. Bharati Ray, founder director and then under Prof. Ratnabali Chatterjee, with Prof. Ishita Mukhopadhyay as the present director. From the very beginning, WSRC is dedicated to the cause of gender sensitization programmes as well as serious academic research. It is also engaged in micro-level field studies, and generation of awareness programmes. It has also made sincere attempts to include women’s studies as part of the curricula. WSRC has started a M.Phil degree course from July 2005. The activities carried out at the Centre are multi-faceted. Besides being involved in various fields of research on women (carried out by Research Assistants employed by the Centre under the supervision of the Director and an Academic Committee comprised of Faculty members of the University), seminars and workshops are conducted regularly on different topics, sometimes in collaboration with other organizations. Research publications are an important aspect of WSRC.

1. Prof. Ishita Mukhopadhyay, Director, W.S.R.C., : 2320 6161/ 9830045339
2. Prof. Ratnabali Chatterjee, Department of Islamic History & Culture :  2441 2066
3. Ms. Swati Biswas, Department of Islamic History & Culture : 9830128962
4. Prof. Bhaskar Chakrabarty, Department of History  :  2466 2504
5. Dr. Suparna Gooptu, Department of History : 2358 2389 / 2359 9885
6. Dr. Bonita Aleaz, Department of Political Science  :  22409677/9433259292
7. Dr. Dipankar Sinha, Department of Political Science  :   24406557/24601931
8. Dr. Lipi Ghosh, Department of South & Southeast Asian Studies  :  2522 6469/ 9831181988
9. Dr. Paula Banerjee, Department of South & Southeast Asian Studies : 2334 7222/ 9831150028
10. Prof. Sanjukta Dasgupta, Department of English   :  24405238/24404318
11. Prof. Krishna Sen, Department of English  :  2474 6176
12. Prof. Manjusha Tarafdar, Department of Pure Mathematics  :  2359 1499
13. Dr. Jayanti Basu, Department of Applied Psychology  :  2334 1421
14. Dr. Saumendranath Bera, Department of Journalism  :  2321 2097 / 2219 4081
15. Dr. Anjan Chakrabarty, Department of Economics 2446 7124
16. Dr. Nita Mitra, Department of Economics 2557 5082  / 2528  4066
17. Dr. Sharmistha Chakrabarti,Department of Home Science :24666989/9830356430
18. Dr. Millie Mahalanabis, Department of Home Science  : 2337 0864/9831185568
6th October 2001 Workshop on “COMMITTEE ON SEXUAL HARASSMENT”
12th October 2001 Seminar on “WOMEN IN PHYSIOLOGICAL, DIGITAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES”
6th & 7th December 2001 Seminar on “VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN”
14th December 2001 Seminar entitled “WOMEN MUSICIANS”
13th February 2002 Seminar entitled “WOMEN AND WAR”
16th February 2002 Seminar entitled “WOMEN ARTISTS”
5th April 2002 Seminar entitled “EQUAL OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION” Collaborator: Stree Shakti
17th April 2002 Workshop on “WOMEN IN PALESTINE”
30th April 2002 Documentary film on Gujarat “HEY RAM” by Mr. Gopal Menon Collaborator: Institute of Social Work
20th June 2002 Seminar on “UNDERSTANDING PATRIARCHY” and a discussion on the book “GOD OF SMALL THINGS’'
12th July 2002 Talk on “MUSLIM WOMEN” by Ms.Ritu Menon of KALI, New Delhi
3rd October 2002 Two documentary films – THE WOMEN OF KISANI SABHA & MY MIGRANT SOUL made in Bangladesh Collaborators: Department of South &Southeast Asian Studies, CU & KHETRO
4th & 9th October 2002 A series of seminars on “FEMINIST THEORY” with Margins Collective & Netaji Institute for Asian Studies as collaborators.
9th November 2002 Seminar on “WOMEN OF INDIA: COLONIAL AND POST- COLONIAL PERIODS” Collaborator: Dept. of Economics, C.U & Centre for Studies in Civilizations, New Delhi
7th December 2002 Seminar on “FEMINIST THEORY” with Margins Collective & Netaji Institute for Asian Studies as collaborators
16th December 2002 Seminar on “FEMINIST THEORY” with Margins Collective & Netaji Institute for Asian Studies as collaborators
18th November 2002 Talk by Dr.Sudha Deshpande on “WOMEN OF INDIA: COLONIAL & POST COLONIAL PERIODS” Collaborator: Department of Economics, CU
20th December 2002 Seminar on “FEMINIST THEORY” with Margins Collective & Netaji Institute for Asian Studies as collaborators
20th January 2003 Talk by Teesta Setalvad on “TOWARDS AN UNDERSTANDING OF COMMUNALISM IN CONTEMPORARY INDIA” Collaborator: Department of History, CU
5th February 2003 Workshop in collaboration with Stree Shakti on “DOWRY, BRIDE-BURNING & SON PREFERENCE”
1st & 2nd March 2003 2-day seminar on “WOMEN ACROSS ASIA: ISSUES OF IDENTITIES” Collaborator: Indian Association for Asian & Pacific Studies
5th March 2003 Discussion on HOME-BASED WORKING WOMEN IN INDIA Collaborator: School of Humanities & Social Science, University of Sunderland, UK & Women’s Studies & Development Centre, Delhi
14th March 2003 Collaborative seminar on “ WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN WEST BENGAL” Collaborator: West Bengal Commission for Women & National Commission for Women
5th April 2003 Workshop on “JOINT FOREST MANAGEMENT” held in Midnapur Collaborator: Department of Environmental Sciences, CU & Gop College, Midnapur
12th & 13th April
2003
Seminar on “WOMEN IN THE POLITICAL PROCESS” Collaborator: Department of History, CU & South Asia Research Society, Kolkata & Friedrich Ebert Stistung, New Delhi
10th May 2003 Documentation Programme on “VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN WEST BENGAL” : A Discussion
12th June 2003 In-house Discussion on “TRAFFICKING IN WEST BENGAL”
10th July 2003 A day-long seminar in the American Centre, Kolkata with the latter’s collaboration on “VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN”
24th July 2003 Launch of the project entitled “TRAFFICKING OF WOMEN & CHILDREN IN EASTERN INDIA” at the British Council.
Sponsor of the Project: British Council.
20th October to
4th November 2003
10-DAY CERTIFICATE COURSE ON LEGAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING. Organiser: Women’s Studies Research Centre, Calcutta University & Human Rights Law Network (HRLN), Kolkata.
6 th November 2003 A Group Discussion program on “ GENDER JUSTICE AT THE WORKPLACE” at the Women’s Studies Research Centre, Calcutta University, Alipur Campus. Speaker: Ms. Cindy Mattson, Chief Executive of EEO Consultants, Inc., Fort Lauderdale, Florida, U.S.A. an expert in the field of gender justice. In collaboration with the American Centre, Kolkata.
14th November 2003 A Seminar entitled “ ADVERTISING AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY WITH EMPHASIS ON WOMEN”
Speaker: Ms. Saswati Gangopadhyay, Department of Journalism, Burdwan University.
28th November 2003 A talk on “ GODDESS: THE PARADIGM & ITS USES” Speaker: Prof. Mandakranta Bose of Centre for India and South Asia Research & Women’s Studies, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
5th December 2003 A Seminar hosted on “SOCIALIZATION OF WOMEN WITH DISABILITIES” on the occasion of International Disability Day (3rd December) in collaboration with Action Aid India.
2nd to 22 January 2004 2nd Refresher Course sponsored by Academic Staff College, C.U. Topic: “WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT”
7th April 2004 A talk on “SEX TRAFFICKING IN SOUTH EAST ASIA” Speaker: Dr.Lucinda Peach, Associated Professor, Department of Philosophy and Religion, American University, Washington DC, USA.
16th April 2004 A talk on “HISTORY & PHOTOGRAPHY: HOW FAMILIES PHOTOGRAPH THEIR WOMEN” Speaker: Prof. Geraldine Forbes, Dept. of History, State University of New York Oswego, Oswego, New York USA.
28th April 2004 Presentation on “MARKETABLE SKILLS UNDER GLOBALIZATION IN INDIA” Speaker: Dr. Mukul Mukherjee, Women’s Studies Research Centre, C.U.
30th April 2004 Workshop in collaboration with British Council on “ TRAFFICKING ON WOMEN AND CHILDREN IN EASTERN INDIA WITH FOCUS ON WEST BENGAL”.
13th August 2004 Talks by two women visiting from the US: “ RECONSTRUCTING IDENTITIES: VICTORIAN WOMEN’S BODIES AND NON-TRADITIONAL NARRATIVES OF TRAVEL IN INDIA (1850-1900)”[Ms. Purna Banerjee] & “DECONSTRUCTING THE PHALLUS: FEMINIST RESPONSE” [Dr. Rinita Mazumdar]
28th October to
10th November 2004
2ND 10-DAY CERTIFICATE COURSE ON LEGAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL COUSELLING FOR WOMEN IN DISTRESS
Organiser: Women’s Studies Research Centre, Calcutta University & Human Rights Law Network (HRLN), Kolkata.
21st November 2004 Discuss the two major Bills on “DOMESTIC VIOLENCE” and on “SEXUAL HARASEMENT AT WORKPALCE” Collaboration with West Bengal Commission for Women Speaker : Ms. Indira Jaisingh.
6th December 2004 Roundtable on “RESOURSE, GENDER AND FORCED MIGRATION”n Collaboration with Mahanirban Calcutta Research Group Speakers: Dr. Meghna Guhatakurta, Dr. Dana Clarke, Mr. Maduresh Kumar.
16th-18th
December 2004
Ms. Mou Bhattacharya as a trainer CEDAW TRANING PROGRAMME ORGANISED BY NAWO.
15th – 16th
February 2005
IAWS EASTERN REGIONALCONFERENCE was hosted by Women’s Studies Research Centre, University of Calcutta and School of Women’s Studies, Jadavpur University, in collaboration with Department of South and Southeast Asian Studies, CU and British Council Division, Kolkata.
21st – 26th
February 2005:
Women’s Studies Research Centre, University of Calcutta organized the UGC sponsored programme on “CAPACITY BUILDING FOR WOMEN MANAGERS IN HIGHER EDUCATION – TRANING OF TRAINERS PROGRAMME 2004 – 2005”. The speakers were Prof. Ishita Mukhopadhyay, Prof. Jaya Inderasan, Prof. Jasodhara Bagchi, Prof. Bharati Ray, Ms. Sujata Sen and Ms. Karuna Chanana etc.
22nd March 2005 Prof. Himani Banerjee, York University, Canada, delivered a lecture on “REFLECTION ON WOMEN, NATIONALISM AND NATURE IN RABINDRANATH TAGORE’S NOVELS”.
30th March, 2005 &
20th April, 2005
A Video Conference on the theme WOMEN IN POLITICS: QUESTION OF RESERVATION organized by British Council, Kolkata in collaboration with Active Learning Centre, University of Glassgow, U.K. and Women’s Studies Research Centre, University of Calcutta
21st July, 2005 Lecture on the theme “Mira Behn (Madlein Slade) A Tale of Self Surrender & Self Realisation”, The Professor Hasi Banerjee, Department of History, University of Calcutta.
17th December, 2005 Women’s Studies Research Centre, University of Calcutta organised a seminar on “Engendering Millennium Development Goals”. The speakers were Pam Rajput, Malini Bhattacharya, Mukul Mukherjee, Sanchari Roy Mukherjee, Rooprekha Verma, Archana Sharma, Dipankar Sinha, Ishita Mukhopadhyay etc.
7th November to 1st December, 2005 21-Day Certificate Course on Legal and Psychological Counselling organised by WSRC, CU, in collaboration with HRLN, Kolkata
19th to 23rd
December, 2005
Women’s Studies Research Centre, University of Calcutta, organised the UGC Sponsored Programme on “Capacity Building for Women Managers in Higher Education – Training of Trainers 2005 –2006” Inaugural Programme opened by Prof. Asis Kumar Banerjee (V.C., C.U.), Pam Rajput, Dr. (Mrs.) H.K.Chauhan (Joint Secretary, UGC, New Delhi), Prof. Armaity Desai. The speakers were Prof. Ishita Mukhopadhyay,
Prof. Jasodhara Bagchi and others.
20th January, 2006 A talk on “Escape Through Travel: Vacation Photographs of Indian Women” at Women Studies Research Centre, Calcutta University Speaker: Prof. Geraldine Forbes, Department of History, State University of  New York Oswego, Oswego, New York, USA
15th February, 2006 A workshop on “Women and Politics” was held at Women Studies Research Centre, Calcutta University, Dr. Bonita Aleaz spoke on the topic “Political Participation of Women and Reservation of Seats”
20th February, 2006 Seminar on the completed project on “Child marriage, dowry & Trafficking” held by Social Welfare Department, Govt. of India. 31st March  & 1st April, 2006 :  Two-day consultation on “Women in Democratic Movements: Colonial  and Postcolonial Eastern India” at Women Studies Research Centre,  Calcutta University in collaboration with CWDS, New Delhi.
5th August, 2006 Talk delivered by Research Scholar Mou Bhattacharyya on “Bartaman Arthasamajik Paristhiti te Naripachar Bandho ki Sambhav”? organized by Sramajibi Mahila Samiti.
17th July, 2006 A joint programme held in collaboration with IDSK & Women Studies Research Centre on “Fire-eaters: Law and Faith in Early Colonial Bengal” Speaker: Prof. Tanika Sarkar, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
24th August, 2006 Seminar held in collaboration with Dept. of SSEAS & Indian Association for Asian & Pacific Studies on “Gender Discrimination and Women’s Rights in India” 
25th –26th August, 2006 A Workshop held in collaboration with IGNCA, as part of the project on  “Lost Voices”
4th December
to 8th December, 2006
A Training of Trainers Course on “Empowerment of Muslim Women through Legal Awareness”, held in collaboration with the Under Graduate Colleges with the NSS Programme.
4th December to 28th December, 2006 2nd 21-Day Certificate Course on Legal and Psychological Counselling for Women in Distress organized by WSRC, Calcutta University  & HRLN, Kolkata
3rd January, 2007 Prof. Mirium Sharma, Department of Anthropology, University of Hawaii and Centre for South Asian Studies, Hawaii delivered a lecture on “Trafficking of Women in Asia”. It was jointly organised by the Dept. of Anthropology and WSRC, University of Calcutta.
21st March, 2007 Prof. (Mrs.) Benedatta BINI, Department of English Literature, University of Tuscia (Viterbo) Italy, delivered a lecture on “Prisoners of  War : Women’s Writing in World War II”, organised by WSRC, C.U.
26th June, 2007 Dr. Neela Bhattacharya Saxena, Associate Professor, English, Nassau Community College, New York, delivered a lecture on “ Gynocentric thinking and Pregnant – Nothingness of Kali”, organized by WSRC, C.U.
7th July, 2007 The United Negro Fund Special Programs Corporation (UNFSPC), USA & Women Studies Research Centre, University of Calcutta, organized a workshop on “HIV/AIDS care and support for special needs of orphan and vulnerable children (OVCs).
10th August, 2007 Ms. Rinita Mazumder delivered a talk on “Questions on Feminist Theory” at WSRC, C.U.
28th December
2007 to 22nd
January, 2008
: 3rd 21-Day Certificate Course on Legal and Psychological  Counselling for Women in Distress organized by WSRC, Calcutta University & HRLN, Kolkata
17th January, 2008 Prof. Geraldine Forbes of  Suny-Oswega University visited WSRC, CU for an informal round table discussion.
21st January, 2008 WSRC, CU organized a seminar on “Status of Muslim Women in West Bengal : A Study of Seven Districts” in Collaboration with National Commission for Women, New Delhi.
27th February to
18 March, 2008
5th Refresher Course on “Gendering Empowerment” organized by WSRC, CU, Sponsored by Academic Staff College, CU.
17th June, 2008 Dr. Maleka Begum, Associate Professor, Department of Women and Gender Studies, Dhaka University discussed her thoughts on the various facets of personal law as practiced and applied among minority communities, with particular reference to women’s position in Bangladesh at Women’s Studies Research Centre, Calcutta University.
8th August, 2008 Ms. Saleha Begum spoke on her project titled “Muslim Women’s Movements for Social Reform : 1857 – 1947” at Women’s Studies Research Centre, Calcutta University.
6th September 2008 Dr. Sampa Taraphdar, Project Coordinator of SODIS, WSRC, C.U. Participated a Lecture on “Transparency and Accountability in Civil Society by Shri Jagadananda, Right to Information (RTI) Commissioner of Orissa” sponsored by West Bengal Civil Society Support Parogramme (WBCSSP) at Brahmananda Hall, Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Golpark, Kolkata. 
10th September, 2008 Ms. Tanusree Chakraborty will speak on her project titled “Microfinance, SHGs and Women’s Empowerment” at Women’s Studies Research Centre, Calcutta University.
1st October, 2008 Ms. Suratna Ganguly, Department of Economics, Rammohan College and Ms. Tanusree Chakraborty, WSRC, C.U. will jointly speak on the topic “Unequal Pay for Men and Women: Wage Differences” at Women’s Studies Research Centre, Calcutta University.
20th November to 22nd November, 2008 Second Training of Trainers Course (TOT) on “Empowerment of Muslim Women through Legal Awareness”, held in collaboration with the Under Graduate Colleges with the NSS Programme.
27th November to 22nd December, 2008 4th 21-Day Certificate Course on Legal and Psychological  Counselling for Women in Distress organized by WSRC, Calcutta University & HRLN, Kolkata
15th – 16th January, 2009 An International Seminar was held on “Breaking the Silence: Reading Virginia Woolf, Simone de Beauvoir and Ashapurna Devi”, Organized by the Department of English (DRS, SAP-III, Phase-II) and Women’s Studies Research Centre, University of Calcutta at CSSH Hall, Alipur Campus, Calcutta University.
17th – 18th January, 2009 A two-day seminar was held on “Gender and Migration : Negotiating Rights A Women’s Movement Perspective”, organized by Women’s Studies Research Centre, Calcutta University in collaboration with Centre for Women’s Development Studies, New Delhi.
19th January, 2009 A workshop on “Safe Drinking Water Supply to Urban Slum Population: Women as Agency”, organized by Women’s Studies Research Centre, University of Calcutta at CSSH Hall, Alipur Campus,C.U.
4th February, 2009 A seminar was held on “Gender Mainstreaming in Disaster Risk Management”, organized by Women’s Studies Research Centre, C.U. & Department of Disaster Management, Govt. of West Bengal
16th February, 2009 A Half-day workshop was held on “Building Database on Health and Education Facilities for Urban Slum Women” in the Department of Economics, University of Calcutta, under the aegis of Women’s Studies Research Centre, University of Calcutta.
18-19th
February, 2009
A Two-day seminar was held on “National Consultation on Surrogate Motherhood”, organized by West Bengal Commission for Women in collaboration with Women’s Studies Research Centre, C.U. at CSSH Hall, Alipur Campus, C.U.
20th February, 2009 A lecture was held on “Bangaladesher O Bharater Sambidhanik O Anyanya Ain O Paribarik Ainer Bibarane Nari” at Women’s Studies Research Centre, C.U.  Speaker Maleka Begum, Associate Professor of Dacca University, Women and Gender Studies Department, Bangladesh.
26th & 27th
February, 2009
A Two-day workshop was held on “Poverty Reduction and Women’s Political Empowerment” at State Institute of Panchayat and Rural Development (SIPRD), Kalyani, Nadia, organized by Women’s  Studies Research Centre, University of Calcutta.
30th March, 2009 A Seminar was held on “Women, Democracy & Elections : Face to Face with Young  Women Voters”, organized by Dept. of Political Sciences, Surendranath College for Women in association with Women’s Studies Research Centre, Calcutta University  in collaboration with Centre for Psychological Studies, Rabindra Bharati University at Surendranath College Auditorium.

Course Offered

M.Phil Course
M.Phil Degree Course has started from July, 2005

Refresher Course
1st Refresher Course on Women’s Studies
Thrust Area: Women and Society

2nd Refresher Course on Women’s Studies T
hrust Area: Women and Development January 2 – 22, 2004

3rd Refresher Course on Women’s Studies
Thrust Area: Engendering Social Science Perspectives 16th June – 7th July, 2005

4th Refresher Course on Women’s Studies
Thrust Area: Understanding Gender 27th January – 17th February, 2007

5th Refresher Course on Women’s Studies
Thrust Area: Gendering Empowerment 27th February – 18th March, 2008

6th Refresher Course on Women’s Studies
Thrust Area: Visions of Women Empowerment 28th November – 19th December, 2008

Certificate Course
1st 10-Day Certificate Course on Legal and Psychological Counselling organised by WSRC, CU & HRLN,
Kolkata from October 20 to November 4, 2003

2nd 10_Day Certificate Course on Legal and Psychological Counselling for Women in Distress organised by WSRC, CU & HRLN,
Kolkata from October 28 to November 10, 2004

1st 21-Day Certificate Course on Legal and Psychological Counselling for Women in Distress organised by WSRC, CU & HRLN,
Kolkata from November 7 to December 1, 2005

2nd 21-Day Certificate Course on Legal and Psychological Counselling for Women in Distress organized by WSRC, C.U & HRLN,
Kolkata from December 4 to December 28, 2006.

3rd 21-Day Certificate Course on Legal and Psychological Counselling for Women in Distress organized by WSRC, C.U. & HRLN,
Kolkata from December 28 to January 22, 2008.

4th 21- Day Certificate Course on Legal and Psychological Counselling for Women in Distress organized by WSRC, C.U. & HRLN,
Kolkata from November 27th to December 22nd, 2008.

Area of Research

Exploring the Context and Intellectual world of Pratima Devi and Sunayani Devi
Women in the Nursing Profession in Bengal: A Documentation Project
A Pilot Study: Status of Muslim Women in West Bengal 1971 – 2000
Criminality and ego psychology of the female population of West Bengal
Statistical Hand Book of Gender – Based Data System
Trends of Violence with special reference to Dowry Harassment in West Bengal
Joint Forest Management
Mental Health of Bengal Women in Relation to Gendered Perception of self and others
Women in Music
Educated Women’s attitude to gender equality and the role of a married women in the family
Globalization and Women’s work in the Third World
Trafficking in East & North India
Incidence of Child Marriage, Dowry, Trafficking offence against Women & Children
Women & Energy
Status of Muslim Women  (Phase – II)
Female Feticide in Kolkata
HIV / AIDS
CDS & Women  Empowerment
Microfinance, Self-Help Group & Women Empowerment in West Bengal
Status of Muslim Women  in West Bengal (Phase –II)
Projects in Association with Indira Gandhi Center for Culture and Art
Women’s Writings
Engendering Millennium Development Goals
Girl Child Marriage in West Bengal
Unequal Pay for Men and Women : Wage Differences
Energy and Women : Indoor Air Pollution due to cooking by women
Gender Mainstreaming in Disaster Management
Promotion and Dissemination of SODIS in West Bengal, Eastern India
Survey of Probasi – Women’s Writings in 19th Century Bengal
Bangladesher O Bharater Sambidhanik O Anyanya Ain O Paribarik Ainer Bibarane Nari
Documentation of Women in the Independence Movement between 1905-1947

PUBLICATIONS OF WOMEN’S STUDIES RESEARCH CENTRE

Women’s Studies in the Emergent Indian Scenario, [WRSC Series No.1] /Edited by Prof. Bharati Ray, 1990.
Women and Science [WSRC Series No.2] /Edited by Prof. Bharati Ray, 1990.
Detecting Disadvantages: A Pilot Study of Scheduled Casts Women in two Districts of West Bengal/Project Director: Prof. Bharati Ray, 1994.
Reflections of Society and Gender in the Nachni Dance [Lost Voices Series: 1] /Ms. Urmimala Sarkar (Munshi), 2000.
Disenfranchising the Devadasis: Law, Social Reform and the New Culture in the Madras Presidency [Lost Voices Series: 2] / Dr. Lakshmi Subramanian, 2000.
Marching by Candlelight: Sex workers and Women’s Organizations in Calcutta /Prof. Ratnabali Chatterjee, 2000. [Occasional Paper].
Sarala Devi Chowdhurani and Begum Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain: Stree Siksha and Samaj [Women’s education and organizing women power] /Prof. Bharati Ray, 2000. [Occasional Paper].
Violence Against Women: A popular intervention /Edited by Dr. Ishita Mukhopadhyay, 2002.
Women and Security: Eastern Regional Conference, Indian Association for Women’s Studies, 2005.
· The Journal of Women’s Studies:
Vol.1 No. 1 [April-September 1996]
Vol.1 No. 2 [October-March 1997]
Vol.2 No. 1 [April-September 1997]
Vol.2 No. 2 [October-March 1998]
Vol.3 No. 1&2 [April 1998-March 1999.
Women Across Asia : Issues of Identities / edited by Lipi Ghosh, Ishita Mukhopadhyay and Suchandra Chakraborty. New Delhi : Gyan Pub. House, 2006.
Resist Crime against Women : A Compilation of Documents / edited by Ishita Mukhopadhyay. Kolkata : Pragatishil Prokashak, 2007.

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