Open Index Initiative is a modest attempt by the IGIDR library staff [Mumbai, India] to develop an online and searchable bibliographic database for most of the Indian Social Science literature and resources available in Indian libraries. OII indexes selected Indian
OpenAIRE, a three-year project, will establish the infrastructure for researchers to support them in complying with the EC OA pilot and the ERC Guidelines on Open Access. In OpenAIRE you can search for publications, data, projects, people and organizations.
Deborah Sutton 2009 Due to India’s inhospitable climate and vastness of the native population, European settlement was never seriously considered apart from in selected upland areas with cooler climates and sparse native populations. One such area was the Nilgiri Hills
John Becker (with the collaboration of Donald B. Wagner) 2013 When John Becker’s Pattern and Loom was posthumously published in 1987, the work was hailed as an important work that revealed much new knowledge on the development of weaving techniques
Alexandra Kent & David Chandler (eds) 2009 Much attention has been given to the ‘killing fields’ of Cambodia, far less to how the country can recover and heal itself after such an experience. Crucial to this process has been the