Forthcoming: "After Media: Urbanism and Pirate culture in Delhi" Routledge City Series, London
“Revisiting Everyday Life: Delhi’s Media Urbanism” in Kamran Ali (ed)
Comparative Urban Worlds in South Asia and the Middle East, Oxford University Press Karachi, forthcoming 2007.
.“Post-Development and Technological Dreams: An Indian Tale” in Incommunicado reader, University of Amsterdam, 2005.
“The Chinese new media world, Critical comments, “ Current Anthropology, December 2005.
“Uncanny Networks: Pirate and Urban in the New Globalisation in India” Economic and Political Weekly, January 6, 2004
“Technological Ruins,” in Connect,: Art, Politics, Theory Practice, New York 2001
“The Bazaar and the City: History and the Contemporary in Urban Electronic Culture”, in Global Village: Perspectives on Architecture, Thesis, Bauhaus University, Weimar, 2001.
“Beyond the Nationalist Panopticon: The Experience of CyberPublics in India,” in John Caldwell, Electronic Media and Technoculture, Rutgers University Press 2000
Pirate Electronic Cultures in India, Third Text, London, Fall 1999.
Recycling Electronic Modernity, in Readme! The Nettime Reader, Autonomedia, New York 1998.
Technoprohesy? in Intertwines, Ars Electronica, Linz, 1998.
Speed and the paradoxes of Urban Life in India, in Cities on the Move, (ed.) Hans Ulrich Obrist and Hou Hanrou, Secession, Vienna, 1998.
Technofutures, Seminar, February, 1997.
Nationalism and Cyberpublics in Urban India, in Archive10, Berlin, 1996.
Die Überwindung des nationalen Panoptikums, in Springer, Vienna , 3/96.
Electronic Marginality: Alternative Cyberfutures in the Third World, Crossing Points East-West, Communication Front, Plovdiv, 2002
About the Brazilianization of India (an Interview of Ravi Sundaram by Geert Lovink) 5th Cyberconf (Conference on Cyberspace), Fundacion Telefonica,
Beyond the Nationalist Panopticon: The Experience of Cyberpublics in India, Nettime http://www.nettime.org/Lists-Archives/nettime-l-9611/msg00018.html
On Cultural Translation, Cultural Exchange via Internet - Opportunities and Strategies, Net Forum, House of World Cultures, Berlin
Media Globalization: An Indian Perspective, Symposium, What is Global About Global Media? Global Media and Communications, Vol 1, Issue 1, Sage Publciations http://gmc.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/1/1/55.pdf
Information Society in India. New Utopias and Old Developmentalist Ruins, Address to Transmediale 04, Berlin
"People do not spend all their time in Asia thinking about just food or water. People have desires, they engage with real and imaginary worlds", an e-mail discussion with Ravi Sundaram, Texte zum Thema, http://www.nativeweb.org/info/zumthema/articles/Sundaram1.html
On Identification, Comptes Rendus, P-ROK, Princeton Report on Knowledge, Translation, Volume 1, Number 1, Princeton University, http://prok.princeton.edu/1-1/comptes_rendus/translations
The Incommunicado Interview of Ravi Sundaram, Borderline Academy, June 2005, http://borderlineacademy.org/node/145
'In the City, Out of Place: Environment and Modernity, Delhi 1860s to 1960s', Economic & Political Weekly, 25 November. 2006.
From caste to category: Colonial knowledge practices and the Depressed/Scheduled Castes of Bihar, Indian Economic and Social History Review, Volume XL, Number 3 July-September 2003
Review of 'Growing Up Untouchable in India. A Dalit Autobiography' by Vasant Moon, Boston, Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2001, Indian Economic & Social History Review 2002, 39
Indian socialism and the gender question : an inquiry into the thoughts of Dr. Rammanohar Lohia / Awadhendra B. Sharan (with Ravikant), New Delhi : Centre for Women's Development Studies, 2002. (Series: Ideas and ideologies ; monograph 1)
Review of Delhi: An Urban Space and Human Destinies edited by Veromque Dupont, Emma Tarlo and Denis Vidal, Biblio, Volume VI, Nos. 3 & 4, March April, 2001
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