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, religious radicalism, terrorism, feminism and human rights for academic journals in India and internationally. Among her many published works are: Engendering the Nation-state; Aspects of Women and Development; Deconstructing Terrorism: Discourse and Death in Pakistan; and, Talibanisation of Pakistan: Myths and Realities.
Deepa Agarwal is an author, poet and translator. She has written over fifty books, mostly for children, in both English and Hindi.
Balmurli Natrajan is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at William Paterson University, New Jersey.
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C.K. Johri is an economist, educated at the Universities of Allahabad and Michigan (Ann Arbor, Michigan). He spent the longest span of work at the Shri Ram Centre for Industrial Relations & Hum
Rada Iveković philosopher, writer and feminist, was born in Zagreb, Yugoslavia, in 1945. She is Programme Director at the Collège international de philosophie, Paris. She has taught at the Depart
Dhruv Raina is a Professor at the Zakir Husain Centre for Educational Studies, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University.
Srividya Sivakumar is a poet, teacher, columnist and speaker. She has two collections of poetry, The Blue Note and the critically- acclaimed The Heart is an Attic. Her weekly column, Running on Poe