Here is a list of my publications from the last two years (2019-2020) of extensive writing. Everything is open access while PDFs of paywalled articles are hosted here. If you still don’t find what you are looking for, please email me.

Peer Reviewed

• Marda, Vidushi, and Shivangi Narayan. 2020. “Data in New Delhi’s Predictive Policing System.” In Proceedings of the 2020 Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency, 317–24. FAT* ’20. New York, NY, USA: Association for Computing Machinery. [PDF]

• Marda, Vidushi, and Shivangi Narayan. 2021. “On the Importance of Ethnographic Methods in AI Research.” Nature Machine Intelligence 3 (3): 187–89. [PDF]

• Narayan, Shivangi. 2021. “Guilty Until Proven Guilty: Policing Caste Through Preventive Policing Registers in India.” Journal of Extreme Anthropology 5 (1). [open access]


• Narayan, Shivangi. 2023. Predictive Policing and the Construction of the Criminal: An Ethnographic Study of Delhi Police. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan [Buy Amazon] [Access via institution]

• Narayan, Shivangi. 2021. Surveillance as Governance - Aadhaar | Big Data in Governance. Mumbai, India: People's Literature Publication [Buy Amazon]


• Kain, Damni, Shivangi Narayan, Torsha Sarkar, and Gurshabad Grover. 2021. ‘Online Caste Based Hate Speech: Pervasive Discrimination and Humiliation on Social Media’. Centre for Internet and Society. [PDF]


• Narayan, S. Past, Present and Past as Present in India’s Predictive Policing XRDS: Crossroads, The ACM Magazine for Students, Volume 27, Issue 2 December 2020, pp 36–41 [PDF]

• Narayan, S. Air Pollution Monitoring in India Needs to Buck Up, Scale Up and Interact with Communities to Make a Difference. GISWatch 2020. [PDF]

• Reportage on e-governance in Governance Now Magazine


• Narayan, S. Predictive Policing and the Construction of the Criminal Polis Project

• Narayan, S. “Making of a criminal, One Register At a Time Detention Solidarity Network


• Narayan, Shivangi, and Ramya Chandrasekhar. 2022. ‘Niti Aayog Discussion Paper, November 2022- Adopting the Responsible AI Principles: A Use Case Approach on Facial Recognition Technology’. SSRN Scholarly Paper. Rochester, NY.