ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

Postscript

Postscript
A researcher thinks through what they can do to better understand and give meaning to the ineffable experiences of their respondents.
The non-linearity of the memory recall in Sardar Udham makes a strong case against the tyranny of linear history.
Spring Thunder tells the story of the Adivasi community’s resistance to upper-caste and capitalist exploitation of the natural world.
Systematic archiving of visual media, which offers a visible feel of people and places, can help understand and appreciate diverse communities.
Food can be a unifying factor for communities while setting up implicit boundaries to keep others outside.
Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui , despite its claims and attempts at trans-inclusivity, unfortunately perpetuates transphobia.
Is there an ethical litmus test that qualifies researchers to do ethnographic research in conflict zones?
Cultural narratives of Calcutta (Kolkata) are codified through cinema and literature, othering and invisibilising other parts of Bengal.
Bani Singh’s documentary film Taangh is a personal homage as well as the coming together of unknown stories about India’s hockey gold medal in the 1948 London Olympics.

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