“You certainly have a keen literary sensibility… and you write beautifully yourself.”
Bapsi Sidhwa commenting on the review of “City of Sin and Splendour”.
“Thanks for that essay … which was beautifully written.”
Saira Wasim commenting on an article on Contemporary Art.
“…I wish I was capable of holding so many levels and details of argument in my head and maintaining the balance among them.”
A senior Stanford professor commenting on an essay
‘… a real contribution to the literature.’
Ed Haertel on Guessing and Forgetting: A Latent Class Model for Measuring Learning
‘This is the most important paper I’ve read in a while’
Gabriel Lenz on The Parties in our Heads: Misperceptions About Party Composition and Their Consequences
‘This is an outstanding paper, and I don’t often say that of manuscripts that I review. Well-written and chock full of carefully designed survey experiments’
Anonymous reviewer on The Parties in our Heads: Misperceptions About Party Composition and Their Consequences
‘The paper is extremely well written …’
Anonymous reviewer on Motivated Learning or Motivated Responding? Using Incentives to Distinguish Between the Two Processes
- Bijli, Sadak, Makaan: Art at the crossroads of infrastructure and culture
Published in Matters of Art (an art e-zine based in Delhi); Matters of Art (March 14, 2008)
- Interview with Bapsi Sidhwa.
Published in Alhamra Literary Review Issue 3 (Spring 2008)
- Learning about Delhi – a second look at ‘The Delhi Walla.’
Published in The Hindustan Times (pdf)