Jesse Ross Knutson, teacher and activist, is Assistant Professor of Sanskrit in the department of Indo-Pacific Languages and Literatures at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Into the Twilight of Sanskrit Court Poetry
Jesse Ross Knutson
At the turn of the twelfth century into the thirteenth, at the court of King Laksmanasena of Bengal, Sanskrit poetry showed profound and sudden changes as a new social scope enlarged and enriched h...
Professor of Sociology, Ph.D. 1999 (Sociology), University of Wisconsin; B.A. 1987 (Political Science), Northwestern University. Now works with New York University.
Immanuel Ness (b. 1958) is an activist and scholar who teaches at the Brooklyn College of the City University, New York.
Susie Tharu is a professor in the Department of Cultural Studies, EFL University, and a founder member of Anveshi, Research Centre for Women's Studies, Hyderabad. She is the author of several influ
Vasanth Kannabiran is a feminist poet and writer. She is a founder-member of Asmita Collective, which works on issues of women's rights.
Rober P. Millon has taught in the history departments of Louisiana State University and at Oregon State University. In the mid-1970s he helped organize the Vicente Lombardo Toledano papers into an
Teacher, singer, activist and writer Sumangala Damodaran is known for her work on the musical tradition of the Indian People’s Theatre Association (IPTA), an outfit of leftist theatre artiste
Prof. Raosaheb K. Kale is an eminent scientist. He has taught at the School of Life Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He is a prominent recipient of the ICMR Award (1996) for his or
Rodney Hilton (17 November 1916 - 7 June 2002) was a well-known British Marxist historian.
Ernest Mandel (1923-1995) was Professor at the Free University of Brussels. He has been the foremost Marxist Economist of our time. An activist in the revolutionary movement, he was a leader of the
K. Satyanarayana is Associate Professor of Cultural Studies at EFL University, Hyderabad, and the coeditor of two collections of Dalit writing from South India: From those Stubs, Steel Nibs Are Spr