The literature produced by CISRS could well be identified as the inaugural set of books for mission studies in India.
In addition, CISRS published numerous articles in its journal Religion and Society and in the National Christian Council Review.
Paralleling the efforts of NCCI, CISRS, and ECC, the Senate of Serampore College established its Theological Text Books Programme and began to publish study books for theological students at the B.
Two other symposia followed, one focussing on the Kerala situation (The Dalit Desiyata, edited by Abraham Ayrookuzhiel, ISPCK for CISRS, Delhi 1990), the other resulting from ecumenical discussions between the Jesuit Theological Seminary in Madras and the Tamilnadu Theological Seminary at Madurai (Emerging Dalit Theology, edited by Xavier Irudayaraj, 1990).
A useful complement to Webster's book is James Massey's brief Roots: A Concise History of Dalits (ISPCK for CISRS, Delhi 1991).
Abraham Ayrookuzhiel has brought together in his The Dalit Desiyata: The Kerala Experience in Development and Class Struggle (ISPCK for CISRS, Delhi 1990) a number of papers that address the very specific situation in Kerala.