Books, Journalistic and Academic Articles
Publications as Author and Co-Author
- Bajrange, D, Gandee, S and Gould, WR (Accepted: 2018) Settling the citizen, settling the nomad: ‘Habitual offenders’, rebellion and civic consciousness in western India, 1938 – 1952. Modern Asian Studies. ISSN 0026-749X
- Bajrange, D. 2017, “Amma and Budhan Theatre”, Hurf Magazine, Volume 2, Page 119 – 124, USA.
- Bajrange, D. 2016, “Mahasweta Devi Amma : A Rebellious Energy”, Published by Matrubhumi Newspaper, Kerala India.
- Bajrange, D. 2016. “Amma and Budhan Theatre”, Himal Southasian, Nepal.
- Johtson, C and Bajrange, D. 2013, ‘Street Theatre as Democratic Politics in Ahmedabad’, Antipode, UK.
- Bajrange, D and Coates B, (2012) ‘The Chharas and Their Drama of Liberation, (in) Travellers and The Settled Community – A shared future', (Eds), John Heneghan, Mary (Warde) Moriary and Micheal O hAodha, The Liffey Press, Ireland.
- Dakxin Bajrange, Seminar India ‘Small efforts matters’ , A talk delivered at the Not-the-Drama Seminar, organized by the Indian Theatre Forum at Ninasam, Heggodu, March 2008. Translated by Jyoti Roy.
- Budhan Bolta Hai (Budhan Speaks), 2010, Autobiography and Five Plays, published by Bhasha Research and Publication Centre, Baroda.
- Budhan – A play (2010), published by Bhasha Research and Publication Centre also included in Painted Words- An Anthology of Tribal Literature (2002), Edited by Dr. G N Devy and published by Penguin India. The play is also appeared in magazines Malayalam Manorama and Budhan News Letter and in Chinese blog.
- Bajrange, D, 2012. Abhivyakti Aani Vikas (Development through expression), In, ‘Saanth Varshachi Gosthi’, Edited and Translated by Karogal, S. Published by Padmagandha Publication, Pune, India.
Work Featured In Academic Articles By Eminent Scholars
- Rashmi Sawhney’s (2010) Through the Lens of A "Branded Criminal" : The Politics of Marginal Cinema in India in South Asian Media for Cultures: Audiences, Reception, Contexts (Ed. Banaji). London: Anthem Press, pp. 201-20.
- Dr. Kerim Friedman’s From thugs to victims: Dakxin Bajrange Chhara’s cinema of justice , (Visual Anthropology Vol. 24, No. 3. May 2011)
- Dr. Ajay Joshi’s Muffled Voices: The Unsung Ballad. Post-Colonial India Theatre – Intentions and Actual Practices, appeared in Critical Stages Journal.
- Prof. Henry Schwarz’s Acting Like a Thief in Constructing Criminal Tribes in colonial India: Acting Like a Thief (2010), Wiley Publication, UK.
- Dr. Kerim Friedman, 2013, ‘Collaboration against ethnography: How colonial history shaped the making of an ethnographic film’, in ‘Critique of Anthropology’.
- Henry Schwarz, 2013, ‘Invisible Ink: Writing and Unwriting History in the Marginal Interventionist Cinema of Budhan Theatre’s The Lost Water (2010)’ Accepted for publication in Postcolonial Film: History, Empire, Resistance, eds. Peter Hulme and Rebecca Weaver-Hightower, afterword by Ella Shohat and Robert Stam.
- Da Costa, Dia. 2017, “Politicizing Creative Economy - Activism and Hunger called Theatre”, University of Illinois, USA.
- Da Costa, Dia. 2017, “Heritage City’ Ahmedabad Was Built Through Violence and Exclusion", The Wire, India.
- Da Costa, Dia. (2010), “Subject of Struggle: Theatre as a space for political economy”, Third World Quterly, 31:4, 617-635.