I. Epidemics, Policy and Practice:
2. Epidemics and Empire: A Critique of Public Health Policy in Colonial India.
3. Epidemics, Empire and Public health.
4. Cholera: Changing Perceptions of Its Causality I the Last Two Centuries- A Cursory Appraisal.
5. Calcutta Plague: Epidemic, Colonial Intervention.
6. Coping with Leprosy in 19th Century Colonial Bombay.
7. Malaria in the Countryside in Colonial Bengal: Some Demographic Observations.
8. Kala-azar Epidemics in India.
9. Upendranath Brahmachari in Pursuit of Kala-azar.
II. Western Medicine:
10. Emergence of Western Medical Institutions in India 1822-1911.
11. 'Colony' Under a Microscope: The Medical Works of W.M. Haffkine.
III. Indigenous Medicine:
12. Evolution of Ayurveda Through the Ages.
13. Travails of Traditional medicine.
IV. Gender and Health:
14. Indigenous Approach to Delivery Deaths in Colonial Bengal.
15. Western Approach to Infantile Morality and Delivery deaths.
16. Patronage, Philanthropy, western Medicine: Gender and health in Nineteenth century India.
V. Social Work:
17. Social Construction of Health: Changing Paradigms.
18. Ranchodlal Chotalal: Pioneer of Public Health in Ahmedabad.
19. Voluntary Associations and Public Health in Bengal 1900-1947.