Pande. A. 2020. Migrant Domestic workers in Lebanon: Bodies, Space and Migrant Ties. Book Chapter in The Asian Migrant Body. Ethnicity and Race, Gender and Sexuality (edited by Michiel Baas), Amsterdam University Press.
Pande. A, 2017. Gestational Surrogacy in India: New Dynamics of Reproductive Labour, Book chapter in Critical perspectives on work and employment in globalizing India. Ed. Ernesto Noronha and Premilla D’Cruz, Delhi: Springer: 267-282
Pande. A, 2017. Gestational Transnational commercial surrogacy in India: to ban or not to ban, Book chapter in Babies for Sale: Transnational Surrogacy, Human Rights and the Politics of Reproduction Ed. Mirands Davies, Zed Books, London.
Pande. A, 2017. The Paradox of Surrogacy in India, Book Chapter in the Series Critical Posthumanism and Planetary Futures, Eds. Debashish Banerji and Makarand R. Paranjape. Delhi: Springer Publishers
Pande. A, 2017. Cross-Border Reproductive Surrogacy in India, Book Chapter In The Handbook of Gestational Surrogacy, International Clinical Practice & Policy Issues, edited by E Scott Sills, Cambridge University Press.
Pande. A, 2016. Surrogacy, Stratification and the State in India, Book Chapter in Global Bodies in Grey Zones: Health, Hope, Biotechnology, eds. Susanne Lundin, Charlotte Kroløkke, Elmi Muller & Michael Nebeling Petersen Stellenbosch: Sun Media. 2016: 95-106
Pande. A, 2015. Transnational Surrogacy and “kinning” rituals in India, Book Chapter in: Family Life in an Age of Migration and Mobility: Global Perspectives through the Life Course, edited by Ewa PalengaMöllenbeck and Glenda Bonifacio, Palgrave Macmillan
Pande. A, 2015. “Weekend families” of Migrant Domestic workers in Lebanon Book Chapter In Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship: Migrant domestic workers and family Life, edited by Maria Kontos and Glenda Bonifacio, Palgrave Macmillan. 300-316
Pande. A, 2014. Forging Intimate and Work Ties: Migrant Domestic Workers Resist in Lebanon. Book Chapter In The Home and the World: Migrant Domestic Workers in the Middle East, edited by Marina Regt and Bina Fernandez, Palgrave Macmillan: 27-50.
Pande. A, 2014. The Power of Narratives: Negotiating Commercial Surrogacy in India, In Globalization and Transnational Surrogacy in India: Outsourcing Life, Edited by Sayantani DasGupta and Shamita Das Dasgupta, 87-106, NY: Lexington Books.
Pande. A, 2013. “The ‘Sweat and Blood’ of Womb Mothers: Commercial Surrogates Redefining Motherhood in India”, In South Asian Mothering, edited by Jasjit Kaur Sangha, York University, Toronto: Demeter Press, 2013: 135-149
Pande. A, 2013. French translation of Transnational Commercial Surrogacy in India: Gifts for global sisters?” In Genre, migrations et globalization de la reproduction sociale (in French), edited by Christine Verschuur et Christine Catarino, Cahiers Genre et Développement Series, Vol 9, 2013: 349-365
Pande. A, 2010. “Commercial Surrogates and Embodied Resistances in India”. In Gender, Mobility and Citizenship in Asia, edited by Mikako Iwatake. 17-37, Renvall Institute Publications. University of Helsinki.
Pande. A, 2008. “Commercial Surrogate Mothering in India: Nine Months of Labor?”. In Quest for Alternative Sociology, edited by Kenji Kosaka and Masahiro Ogino Melbourne: Trans Pacific Press: 71-87 (Japanese translation available at http://tech_health.w3.kanazawa-u.ac.jp/index.html, Faculty of Medicine Institute of Medical Pharmaceutical and Health Sciences, Kanazawa University, Japan)