Arunava Sinha translates classic, modern and contemporary Bangla fiction, non-fiction and poetry into English.
Dhaka may be one of the most densely populated cities in the world – noisy, grid-locked, short on public amenities, and blighted with sprawling slums – but, as these stories show, it is...
Randa Jarrar (born 1978) is an American writer and translator. Her first novel, the coming-of-age story A Map of Home (2008), won her the Hopwood Award, and an Arab-American Book Award. Since then
I.K. Sarma has a PhD in archaeology from the University of Pune. He has worked at excavations in Nagarjunakonda, Kalibangan, Paiyanpalli, Pauni, Surkotada, and directed the excavations at Gudimalla
Eduardo Galeano (3 September 1940 - 13 April 2015) was a Uruguayan journalist, socialist and a prolific writer.
RUBINA SAIGOL is currently an independent researcher based in Lahore. She has authored and edited several books and papers in English and Urdu on education, nationalism, the state, ethnicity, relig
Pradip Baksi (1948-), translator and editor of the first Bengali and English editions of these manuscripts (1994) and, of some texts of Rammohun Roy (1998), and of Karl Marx (1999) on India.
Marcel van der Linden is Research Director at the International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.