Subarna De

an environmental social scientist
exploring social, cultural and
environmental transformations 


Plantiness, Multispecies Conviviality, and Changing Human-Plant Geographies.” Plant Perspectives 1, no. 1 (2024): 71–95. 

The Return of Nature: Decolonial Reinhabitation and Self-Indigenisation in Kodagu, India.” Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism. 2023 

Kodagu Walking Trails and Indigenous Heritage Making: A Bioregional Study.” In Pathways: Exploring the Routes of a Movement Heritage, edited by Daniel Svensson, Katarina Saltzman, and Sverker Sörlin, 221-239. London: White Horse Press, 2022.

The Taste of Place: Food, Ecology, and Culture in Kodagu.” In Anthropocene Ecologies of Food: Notes from the Global South, edited by Simon C. Estok, S. Susan Deborah, and Rayson K. Alex, 36-56. New York: Routledge, 2022.

Sensing Landscape: From Ethnographic Walks to Heritage Making.” Environmental History Now, April 7, 2022.

Ritualizing “Rust”: A Bioregional Reading of Kailpodu.” Gnosis: An International Journal of English Language & Literature 4, no 2 (2018): 125-134.

 “Rooted in Hills, Rivers, Forests, and Land: Reading Stories from Coorg.” World Journal of Gender and Literature 4, no.2 (2017): 159–173.

The Badaga Bioregional Lifeway: Reading Rajam Krishnan’s When the Kurinji Blooms.” In Critical Perspectives on the Post-1980 Indian Novel in English, edited by K. V. Raghupathi, 234–247. Jaipur: Yking Books, 2017.