FROM THE BOOKSHELF

The Ignorant School Master: Five Lessons in Intellectual Emancipation by Jaques Ranciere

Ranciere is a French thinker and philosopher who emerged on the scene about the same...

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When the Scholars Reflect on the Idea of a University…

BOOK REVIEW Avijit Pathak is a Professor of Sociology at JNU, New...

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‘The Women’s Courtyard’:  Gender, Violence and Politics through the Eyes of Women

BOOK REVIEW Khadija Mastur’s Urdu novel ‘ The Women’s Courtyard’ offers a...

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Radhika Govindrajan’s Animal Intimacies: a Tale of Difference and Ineffable Affinity

FROM THE BOOKSHELF Animal Intimacies: Beastly Love in the Himalayas unravels the...

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The Visceral Prose of Baburao Bagul and the Dalit Uprising

FROM THE BOOKSHELF Baburao Bagul was a pioneer of Marathi literature during the 20th...

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The Process of Teaching and Learning: The mistakes one makes!

BOOK REVIEW Teaching Tales Learning Trails takes you on a journey of self-discovery...

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BOOK REVIEW : The Flavours of Nationalism

BOOK REVIEW Nandita Haksar, The Flavours of Nationalism, Speaking Tiger, New Delhi,...

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Samskar: A journey of self-exploration

FROM THE BOOKSHELF Samskara is a book that opens the critical eye of the reader for...

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Can Droughts be averted?

FROM THE BOOKSHELF Growing water crisis and mismanagement of water resources is...

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Mr. Modi, Children are not Warriors

FROM THE BOOKSHELF In this brief review essay, Professor Avijit Pathak has reflected...

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