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Development from the Left: Reading

Stree Shakti Sanghatana (eds), We Were Making History: Women and the Telangana Uprising (London: Zed Books, 1989).

John Roosa, "Passive Revolution Meets Peasant Revolution: Indian Nationalism and the Telangana Revolt." Journal of Peasant Studies 28, 4 (2001): 57-94.

T Thirumali, "Peasant Class Assertions in Nalgonda and Warangal Districts of Telangana, 1930-46." Indian Economic and Social History Review 31, 2 (1994): 217-237.

Sumanta Banerjee, In the Wake of Naxalbari (Calcutta: Subarnarekha), 1984.

Liberation, (Journal of the Communist Party of India Marxist-Leninist).

Rabindra Ray, The Naxalites and their Ideology (Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1988).

Edward Duyker, Tribal Guerrillas: The Santals of West Bengal and Naxalite Movement (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1987).

Biplab Dasgupta, The Naxalite Movement (Bombay: Allied Publishers, 1974). See also Biplab Dasgupta: “The Naxalite Movement: An Epilogue”, Social Scientist 6, 12 (1978): 3-24.

Bela Bhatia, “The Naxalite Movement in Central Bihar”. Economic and Political Weekly, 40, 15

Mallarika Sinha Roy, “Speaking Silence: Narratives of Gender in the Historiography of the Naxalbari Movement in West Bengal (1967-75)”, Journal of South Asian Development 1, 2 (2006): 207-230.

Ranajit Guha, Elementary Aspects of Peasant Insurgency (Delhi: Oxford Univesity Press, 1983).

George Kunnath, "Becoming a Naxalite in Rural Bihar: Class Struggle and its Contradictions." Journal of Peasant Studies 33,1 (2006): 89-123.

Ajay Mehra, "Naxalism in India: Revolution or Terror?" Terrorism and Political Violence 12, 2 (2000): 37-66.

Sanjay Seth, "Interpreting Revolutionary Excess: The Naxalit Movement in India, 1967-71." Positions 3,2 (1995): 481-507.

Mark Selden, "An Interview with Dev Nathan: The Naxalite Legacy and the Political Economy of Contemporary India." Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars 20, 2 (1988): 24-41.