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Chari, Sharad, Tariq Jazeel, and Stephen Legg. "Recompositions in the Subaltern sea: geo-graphy as errantry." In Subaltern Geographies: Subaltern Studies, space, and the geographical imagination. University of Georgia Press, In Press.
Chari, Sharad. "The Blues and the Damned: (Black) life-that-survives capital and biopolitics." Critical African Studies 9 (2017): 152-173.
Chari, Sharad. "Detritus." In Fueling Culture: Energy, History, Politics. Fordham University Press, 2017.
Other geographies: the influences of Michael Watts In Antipode book series, Edited by Sharad Chari. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2017.
Chari, Sharad. "Three Moments of Stuart Hall in South Africa: Postcolonial-Postsocialist Marxisms of the Future." Critical Sociology 43 (2017): 831-845.
Chari, Sharad. "Trans-Area Studies and the perils of geographical ‘world-writing’." Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 34 (2016): 791-798.
Chari, Sharad. "African Extraction, Indian Ocean Critique." South Atlantic Quarterly 114 (2015): 83-100.
The development reader, Edited by Sharad Chari and Stuart Corbridge. London ; New York: Routledge, 2008.