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Raman, Parvathi (2016) 'This Game is Ours: the Pakistani community and cricket in postwar Britain.' MCC Magazine (12). pp. 26-31.

Raman, Parvathi (2016) 'The anthropologist as an agent of change.' Knowledge Quarter [Online].

Raman, Parvathi (2014) 'It’s because we’re Indian, innit?’ Cricket and the South Asian diaspora in post-war Britain.' Identities, 22 (2). pp. 215-229.

Raman, Parvathi, ed. (2011) Food and Diaspora: special issue of Food, Culture and Society, 14 (2). London: Taylor and Francis.

Raman, Parvathi (2011) '“Me in Place, and the Place in Me”: A Migrant's Tale of Food, Home and Belonging.' Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 14 (2). pp. 165-180.

Latham, Kevin (2009) 'Media and the Limits of Cynicism in Postsocialist China.' In: West, Harry G. and Raman, Parvathi, (eds.), Enduring Socialism: Explorations of Revolution and Transformation, Restoration and Continuation. New York: Berghahn Books.

Klein, Jakob A. (2008) '"For eating, it’s Guangzhou": regional culinary traditions and Chinese socialism.' In: West, Harry G. and Raman, Parvathi, (eds.), Enduring Socialism: Explorations of Revolution and Transformation, Restoration and Continuation. Oxford; New York: Berghahn.

West, Harry G. and Raman, Parvathi, eds. (2008) Enduring Socialism: Explorations of Revolution and Transformation, Restoration and Continuation. Oxford: Berghahn.

West, Harry G. (2008) 'From Socialist Chiefs to Postsocialist Cadres: Neotraditional Authority in Neoliberal Mozambique.' In: West, Harry G. and Raman, Parvathi, (eds.), Enduring Socialism: Explorations of Revolution and Transformation, Restoration and Continuation. Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 29-43.

Raman, Parvathi and Harper, Ian (2008) 'Less Than Human? Diaspora, disease, and the question of citizenship.' International Migration, 46 (5). pp. 3-26.

Raman, Parvathi and West, Harry G. (2008) 'Poetries of the Past in a Socialist World Remade.' In: West, Harry G. and Raman, Parvathi, (eds.), Enduring Socialism: Explorations of Revolution and Transformation, Restoration and Continuation. Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 1-28.

Raman, Parvathi (2008) 'Signifying Something: Che Guevara and neoliberal alienation in London.' In: Raman, Parvathi and West, Harry G., (eds.), Enduring socialism: explorations of revolution and transformation, restoration and continuation. Oxford: Berghahn Books, pp. 250-270.

Raman, Parvathi (2006) 'Being Indian the South African Way: The Development of Indian Identity in 1940s' Durban.' In: Coombes, Annie, (ed.), Rethinking Settler Colonialism. History and Memory in Australia, Canada, Aotearoa New Zealand and South Africa. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 193-208.

Campbell, John (2006) 'Corruption and the one-party state in Tanzania: A view from Dar es Salaam, 1964-2000.' In: West, Harry G. and Raman, Parvathi, (eds.), Enduring Socialism : Explorations of Revolution and Transformation, Restoration and Continuation. New York, NY: Berghahn Books.

Raman, Parvathi (2005) 'Yusuf Dadoo: a son of South Africa.' In: Dubow, Saul and Jeeves, Alan, (eds.), South Africa in the 1940s: worlds of possibilities. Cape Town: Double Storey.

Raman, Parvathi (2004) 'Yusuf Dadoo: transnational politics, South African belonging.' South African Historical Journal, 50 (1).

Raman, Parvathi (2003) 'A Resting Place for the Imagination? In Search of the 'Authentic' Diasporic Subject.' Himal Southasian, 16 (9). pp. 22-30.

Raman, Parvathi (2002) Being an Indian Communist the South African way: The influence of Indians in the South African Communist Party, 1934-1952. PhD thesis. SOAS University of London. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25501/SOAS.00029274

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