Nitasha Kaul is an academic, novelist, and poet, and is currently Associate Professor, Politics and International Relations, at the Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of Westminster. Over the last two decades, her work has addressed questions of identity, democracy, political economy, social/feminist/postcolonial theory, Hindu nationalism, Kashmir, and Bhutan. Her books include the scholarly monograph, Imagining Economics Otherwise: encounters with identity/ difference (2007); and the novels Residue (2014) and Future Tense (2020).
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Kashmir is hypervisible and enormously powerful in the contemporary Indian imaginary, and can be made to carry different political meanings and messages.
The terms Kashmiri Pandit, Kash...
Marc Bloch was a mediaeval historian, University Professor and French Army officer. Bloch was a founder of the Annales School, best known for his pioneering study French Rural History and his posth
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.
Maitreyee Chaudhuri teaches sociology at the Centre for the Study of Social Systems, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. She has written widely on different aspects of gender studies; her earli