Sharma, A. (In Press: Nov 2020) ‘Ordinary Conspiracy Theories and Everyday Communalism: Right-Wing Propaganda on the Indian Cyberspace’, in Roy, I. (ed.) Passionate Politics: India’s 2019 General Elections. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Sharma A., G. Jaju and I. Naka (2017) ‘Home, Displacement and Belonging: An Editorial Introduction’, St. Antony’s International Review, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 3-8.
Franziska Meink et. al. (2017) ‘Pathways from family disadvantage via abusive parenting and caregiver mental health to adolescent health risks in South Africa’, Journal of Adolescent Health, Vol. 60, No. 1, pp. 57-64
Edited Collections & Special Features
Sharma A., G. Jaju and I. Naka (2017) ‘Home, Displacement and Belonging’, Special Themes Section of St. Antony’s International Review.
Sharma A., G. Jaju and I. Naka (2017) ‘Feature Interview: Prof. Aihwa Ong in Conversation with STAIR’, St. Antony’s International Review, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 15-25.
Policy Reports & Working Papers
Sachin De Stone et. al. (2016) ‘Factors associated with Good and Harsh Parenting of Pre-Adolescents and Adolescents in Southern Africa’ (WP-2016-20), Office of Research – Innocenti Working Paper: UNICEF
Sharma, A. (2020) How to Win an Indian Election: What Political Parties Don’t Want You to Know by Shivam Shankar Singh, Journal of Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, Vol. 58, No. 2, pp. 275-276.
Sharma, A. (2017) Autumn of the Matriarch: Indira Gandhi’s Final Term in Office by Diego Maiorano, South Asia Research, Vol. 37, No. 2, pp. 249-251.
(11th August 2019) ‘India Revokes Article 370 in Kashmir’, BBC Radio
(1st August 2019) ‘Political Consultants and the Changing Face of India’s Election Campaigns’, The Asia Dialogue
(19th May 2019) ‘Exit Polls on India’s 2019 General Elections’, BBC Radio
(10th May 2019) ‘How Far Can Political Parties in India Be Made Accountable for their Digital Propaganda?’, Scroll.in
(14th April 2019) ‘Campaigning in India’s 2019 General Elections’, BBC Radio
(9th April 2019) ‘India Tomorrow Part I: Fake News and the Battle for Information’, The Anthill Podcasts on the 2019 Indian General Elections, The Conversation.