Granville S. Austin Newsletters

Fellowship Years: 1960 – 1966

Fellowship Area(s): India

Initial Difficulties

India: Notes Not Quite at Random

India: One Morning in Delhi

India: The Diviners

India: No Home Runs in Bombay

India: Diwali

India: It Ain’t Necessarily so

England: A House in the Country

Divide and Lose

England in Nutshells

India: Delhi again

India: Nehru

India: Success Story

India: Holiday

India: Family Planning I

India: “Sensible Everyday Names”

India: Tamasha

India: Financing a Tamasha

India: Out of station

India: The Village I

India: The Village II

India: The Village III

India: Family Planning II with additional Information on Food Supply

India: Ladakh, Strategic scenery-I

India: Ladakh, Strategic scenery-II

India: The War

India: Report on Kashmir

India: The War and the News

India: The Second Succession

Ceylon

Coincidence is the Hobgoblin of Little Minds’

Pakistan: Impressions

About the Author

A former journalist/photographer who later served with the U.S. Information Service, Department of State, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, and on the staff of a U.S. senator. He authored two seminal political histories of the constitution of India; The Indian Constitution: Cornerstone of a Nation and Working a Democratic Constitution: The Indian Experience. Red Austin received fellowships or grants from St. Antony's College, Oxford, the Ford Foundation, the Fulbright Program, the American Institute of Indian Studies, the Rockefeller Founation, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation. In 2011, in recognition for his writing on the framing and working of the Indian Constitution, he was awarded a Padma Shri award, the fourth highest civilian honor of the Republic of India.