WITH THEATER & POLITICS:
- 2019. Richa Nagar and Anna Selmeczi. “The Labor of Political Theatre as Embodied Politics: A Conversation.” In eds., Shine Choi, Anna Selmeczi, and Erzsébet Strausz. Critical Methods for the Study of World Politics: Creativity and Transformation. London: Routledge, pp. 84-100.
- 2013. Richa Nagar. “Aag Lagi Hai Jangal Ma (The Jungle is Burning): Confronting State Corruption and Rural (Under)development through Feminist Theatre.” In ed. Anita Singh. Gender, Space and Resistance: Women’s Theatre in India. New Delhi: DK Printworld, pp. 569-588.
- 2011. Richa Nagar and Tarun Kumar. “Theater of Hopes.” Symposium on Fictional Worlds: The Influences of the Imagined. In eds. Mary Thomas and Christian Abrahamsson. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 20: 3: 54-55.
- 2002. Richa Nagar. “Women’s Theater and the Redefinitions of Public, Private, and Politics in North India.” ACME An International E-Journal for Critical Geographers 1:1:55-72. Reprinted in abridged form in Special Issue on Women & Theater: Nukkad Janam Samwaad (Bilingual Journal of Jan Natya Manch) Oct 2007-Mar 2008: 21-26.
- 2000. Richa Nagar. “Mujhe Jawab Do [Answer Me]: Feminist Grassroots Activism and Social Spaces in Chitrakoot (India).” Gender, Place and Culture 7:4: 341-362. Translated into German by ‘Frauensolidaritaet,’ and excerpts read by two professional actresses in Vienna on International Women’s Day, 2003.
WITH STORYTELLING, TRANSLATION, & RADICAL VULNERABILITY:
- 2019. Beaudelaine Pierre, Naimah Petigny, and Richa Nagar, with an introduction by Sima Shakhsari. “Performing Embodied Translations: Decolonizing Methodologies of Knowing and Being.” Commoning Ethnography, 2:1:113-131. Written version republished in eds. Anindita Datta, Peter Hopkins, Lynda Johnston, Elizabeth Olson, and Joseli Maria Silva. The Routledge International Handbook of Gender and Feminist Geographies pp. 401-409, 2000.
- 2019. Richa Nagar. “Hungry Translations: The World Through Radical Vulnerability.” 2017 Royal Geographical Society and Institute of British Geographers Address. Antipode: A Journal of Radical Geography 51: 1: 1-22. doi: 10.1111/anti.12399.
- 2019. Richa Nagar and Roozbeh Shirazi. “Radical Vulnerability.” In eds. The Antipode Editorial Collective: Tariq Jazeel, Andy Kent, Katherine McKittrick, Nik Theodore, Sharad Chari, Paul Chatterton, Vinay Gidwani, Nik Heynen, Wendy Larner, Jamie Peck, Jenny Pickerill, Marion Werner and Melissa W. Wright. Keywords in Radical Geography: Antipode at 50. New Jersey: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 236-242.
- 2017. Richa Nagar, Kathy Davis, Judith Butler, Ana Louise Keating, Claudia De Lima Costa, Sonia E. Alvarez, and Ayşe Gül Altınay, Section II: “Feminist Translation in Transition: A Cross-Disciplinary Roundtable on the Feminist Politics of Translation.” In eds. Emek Ergun and Olga Castro. Feminist Translation Studies: Local and Transnational Perspectives. New York: Routledge, pp. 111-136.
- 2016. Richa Nagar. “Immobility, Intimacy, Movement: Translating Death, Life and Bordercrossings.” In eds. Naeem Inayatullah and Elizabeth Dauphinee. Narrative Global Politics: Theory, History, and the Personal in International Relations. New York: Routledge, pp. 178-190.
- 2013. Richa Nagar. “Storytelling and Co-authorship in Feminist Alliance Work: Reflections from a Journey.” Gender, Place, and Culture 20: 1: 1-18. DOI:10.1080/0966369X.2012.731383. Republished in PADKOS DIGEST Volume 2. by the Church Land Programme, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, pp. 269-286, 2014. Updated version published as Chapter 6 of Muddying the Waters: Co-authoring Feminisms Across Scholarship and Activism.
- 2013. Sofia Shank and Richa Nagar. “Retelling Stories, Resisting Dichotomies: Staging Identity, Marginalization and Activism in Minneapolis and Sitapur.” In eds. Linda Peake and Martina Rieker. Rethinking Feminist Interventions into the Urban. Oxford: Routledge, pp. 90-107. See also: Chapters 1 & 6 of Muddying the Waters: Co-authoring Feminisms Across Scholarship and Activism.
- 2006. Richa Nagar. “Local and Global.” In eds. Stuart Aitken and Gill Valentine. Approaches to Human Geography. Thousand Oaks, CA and London: Sage, pp. 211-217. See also: Chapter 1 of Muddying the Waters: Co-authoring Feminisms Across Scholarship and Activism.
WITH EDUCATION, LANGUAGE, & POLITICS OF DEVELOPMENT:
- 2020. Vishal Jamkar and Richa Nagar, “जसिन्ता को पढ़ने पर … After Reading Jacinta.” AGITATE! Volume 2.
- 2001. David Faust and Richa Nagar. “English Medium Education, Social Fracturing, and the Politics of Development in Postcolonial India.” Economic and Political Weekly July 28-August 3: 2878-2883. Translated into Italian by Giovanna Gallo.