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Upadhya, Carol . 2005. Community Rights in Land in Jharkhand. Economic and Political Weekly 40: 4435–4442. http://eprints.nias.res.in/54/.
Upadhya, Carol , and Leah Koskimaki. 2017. Reconsidering the Region in India (Special Issue). Journal of South Asian Development 12 (2 ).
Upadhya, Carol . 2011. Software and the 'New' middle class in the 'New India'. In Elite and everyman: The cultural politics of the Indian middle class, Elite and everyman: The cultural politics of the Indian middle class, eds. Amita Baviskar and Ray, Raka . New Delhi: Routledge, 167–192. http://eprints.nias.res.in/278/.
Upadhya, Carol . 2014. Employment, exclusion and ‘merit’ in the Indian IT industry. In The Problem of Caste: Essays from Economic and Political Weekly., The Problem of Caste: Essays from Economic and Political Weekly., , 141-151.
Upadhya, Carol . 2018. Ghurye, Govind Sadashiv (1893–1983). In The International Encyclopedia of Anthropology, The International Encyclopedia of Anthropology, JohnWiley & Sons, Ltd. https://www.wiley.com/en-ai/The+International+Encyclopedia+of+Anthropology,+12+Volume+Set-p-9780470657225.
Upadhya, Carol . 2007. Employment, Exclusion and 'Merit' in the Indian IT Industry. Economic and Political Weekly 42: 1863–1868. http://eprints.nias.res.in/92/.
Upadhya, Carol . 2007. The idea of Indian society: G.S.Ghurye and the making of Indian Sociology. In Anthropology in the East: Funders of Indian sociology and anthropology, Anthropology in the East: Funders of Indian sociology and anthropology, eds. Patricia Uberoi, Sundar, Nandini , and Deshpande, Satish . Permanent Black, 194–255. http://eprints.nias.res.in/404/.
Udupa, Sahana . 2009. Mediatised Terror: Terror in the Age of Media Explosion. Economic & Political Weekly 44: 18–21. http://eprints.nias.res.in/139/.
Udupa, Sahana , and Paula Chakravartty. 2012. Changing with the times of India (Bangalore): Remaking a post-political media field. South Asian History and Culture 3: 491–510. http://eprints.nias.res.in/389/.

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