Datta, A (1 February 2019) Indian women from the outskirts of Delhi are taking selfies to claim their right to the city. The Conversation UK.
Datta, A (26 Oct 2018) #MeToo has arrived in India, and it’s changing how technology is used to fight injustice. The Conversation UK
Datta, A (9 June 2016) Three big challenges for smart cities and how to solve them. The Conversation UK
Datta, A (27 January 2016) Will India’s experiment with smart cities tackle poverty or make it worse? The Conversation UK.
Datta, A (22nd May 2015) ‘Smartness Inc.’ openDemocracy digital commons
Datta, A (17th April 2014) ‘India’s smart city craze: Big, green and doomed from the start?’ Guardian.
Datta, A (7th January 2014) ‘Why student fieldtrips make an impact‘ edited blog published in Guardian Higher Education.
Datta, A (2013) Negotiating differences: A resource for enhancing learning and capacity building in fieldwork. Higher Education Academy.
Datta, A (18th September 2013) – City Forgotten: The fate of India’s small city, openDemocracy digital commons
Datta, A (6th August 2013) – City Bypassed: The casualties of Mumbai’s urban renewal, openDemocracy digital commons
Datta, A (21st May 2013) The Myth of resettlement in Delhi, openDemocracy digital commons.
Datta, A (2012) ‘Migration and Urban Living in Less Developed Countries’, entry under Welfare and Wellbeing in International Encyclopedia of House and Home, Oxford: Elsevier Limited
Datta, A (2011) ‘A Review on the Potential and Risks Associated with Development of New Eco-Cities in India in Relation to Urbanisation: Case Study of Mumbai-Pune Region’, Foresight: Migration and Global Environmental Change, London: Government Office for Science.
Datta, A (2010) Illegal Geographies of the City: Slums in Delhi’s worldly aspirations, Dérive, October 40, 89-93.
Datta, A (2010) ‘Where is the Modern City?’ Visual narratives of London by East European migrants’, in Herausgegeben Von Tilman Broszat, Sigrid Gareis, Julian Nida-Rumelin and Michael M Thoss (ed.) Woodstock of Political Thinking, Theater der Zeit: Recherchen 79.