Recent findings in archaelogy and related fields have led some scholars to replace “invasion” with “migration” in the “Aryan invasion” theory. E.g. Romila Thapar in this edition of The Penguin History of Early India.
Further discoveries (E.g. the satellite mapping of the Saraswati river) have forced a relook at the whole idea of Aryans entering India through the North-West corridor. However, such discoveries remain confined to academic journals or remain scattered in different scholarly silos until somebody collects them and analyzes them collectively.
What are, if any, books/articles which have done this collective analysis in the last couple of years?