Lata Mani is a feminist historian, cultural critic and filmmaker. She is the author of Contentious Traditions: The Debate on Sati in Colonial India (1998), Sacred Secular: Contemplative Cultural Critique (2009), and The Integral Nature of Things: Critical Reflections on the Present (2013).
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Interleaves is a paean to the transformative potential of catastrophic life changes. It records the twin journeys in Lata Mani's life in the wake of a head injury she sustained in 1993: her baptism...
SHAHRNUSH PARSIPUR, born in Iran in 1946, began her career as a fiction writer and a producer at Iranian National Television and Radio. Shortly after the publication of Women Without Men in 1989, P
Ramendra Nath Nandi
Ramendra Nath Nandi, former Professor of History, Patna University and a familiar name in early Indic Studies, is known for his critical appraisal of misinformed perceptions in certain prevalent wr
Dwijendra Narayan Jha (1940-2021), popularly known as D.N. Jha, was educated at the Presidency College, Calcutta, and Patna University where he taught history for more than a decade. He was profess
Dwaipayan Banerjee is a social activist, labour history and film researcher and independent editor based in Kolkata. He has been a trade union activist and political commentator. He is one of the&n
Nivedita Sen teaches English at Hans Raj College, University of Delhi. Her book Family, School and Nation: The Child and Literary Constructions in Twentieth-Century Bengal has recently been publish
Lucinda Ramberg is Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Feminist, Gender & Sexuality Studies at Cornell University. She is the author of the monograph, Given to the Goddess: South Indian Dev