• Nilanjana Goswami (2022) Unequal higher educational attainment across social backgrounds in West Bengal, India: a sociological analysis, Cogent Social Sciences, 8:1, DOI: 10.1080/23311886.2022.2144135
    • Nilanjana Goswami: “Ethnic Identity Movement among the Bodo Kacharis of Assam”, Jadavpur University Journal of Sociology, Vol.8 No.8, 2015
    • Lamb, S., & Goswami, N. (2024). Healthy aging, self-care, and choice in India: Class-based engagements with globally circulating ideologies. Journal of Aging Studies, 68, DOI:

Book chapters
• Nilanjana Goswami: “Reservation: An Unfulfilled Dream”, Contemporary Social Problems in
India (Vol-II), Edited by Ruby Sain, Readers Service publication, 2018
• Nilanjana Goswami: “Unequal educational attainment across caste and gender”, Women
voices: visions and perspectives, edited by Parna Ghosh, Sampark publication, 2018
• Nilanjana Goswami: “Consumption pattern of the middle class in the era of LPG”, Philosophy,
Religion and Culture, Edited by Iti Chattopadhyay, Swati Bhattacharya, Banani Barman, Sanskrit
Pustak Bhandar publication, 2018

• Nilanjana Goswami:, ”Religian as means of agency in the life of elderly widows of Nabadwip,
West Bengal, India”, International union of Anthropological and Ethnological sciences (IUAES),
YUCATAN Congress 2021.

• Nilanjana Goswami: ”Vulnerabilities and resistance among the widows of Nabadwip, west
bengal”, Philippine sociological society international conference 2021

• Shivam, Nilanjana Goswami, Veeky Baths, Soumyadip Bandyopadhyay: AES: Automated
Evaluation Systems for Computer Programing Course, ICSOFT 2019 (SCOPOUS)

• Nilanjana Goswami: “Relationship between Diet, Sexuality and Body of Elderly Widows in
the Temple Town of West Bengal”, Age Difference and Social Solidarity: Managing Diversity in
Aging Societies, Wroclaw, Poland, 2018

• Nilanjana Goswami: “Social Marginalization of Hindu Widows in the Temple Town of Nabadwip”, International Conference on Gender Equality through Strategy of Gender Mainstreaming, Bengaluru, India, 2018