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


Entertainment and media, as sites of creation and contestation, form a crucial part of the public sphere.
While preparing for an academic talk on the Bangladesh Liberation War, this writer finds an almost 100-year-old narrative of personal history.
Researchers and academia seldom think about the foot soldiers who collect data by travelling to villages, blocks, or districts and interviewing households and communities.
Unresolved amidst the Refugee Crisis Oscar-nominated documentary film Life Overtakes Me shines a light on the psychological and emotional distress suffered by refugee children.
Caste–class privilege breeds a comfortable ignorance of an integral part of any city’s culture—its language.
Muttering relieves women, even if only momentarily, of the stress of caregiving and patriarchy, and helps organise a soft politics of resistance.
The very idea that women can have the same interests in sport as men is unfathomable to many.
Diasporic distance is measured in time—the number of hours spent devouring news from India, the months spent imagining a near future of reunions.
The present pandemic has posed a new challenge to photojournalists who have documented the crisis in the face of severe social distancing norms and threat of infection.
In The Shadow Lines , Amitav Ghosh shows that the narratives surrounding the independence and partition of India go beyond the binary of euphoria and gloom, and can be read through the ambivalent...


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