1. Poverty of Dying in India: A Comparative Landscape 2. Dying in the Homeland 3. Are Indian Hospitals Good Places for the Dying Elderly? 4. The Rhetoric of Dying in Home 5. Is Palliative Care the Answer to Care for the Dying Elderly in India? 6. The Failing Empirics of Biomedicine in Dying Matters 7. End-of-life Care: Retrieving Death from the Zone of Obscurity
Suhita Chopra Chatterjee is a Professor in Sociology in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India. Her current area of interest is in the field of Death studies. She is the lead editor of Discourses on Ageing and Dying. Jaydeep Sengupta is a Doctoral candidate at the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India, and is formally trained in Anthropology and Development Studies. His areas of interest are Public Health and End-of-life care.