The Zakir Husain Memorial Lectures 1992-2004
Irfan Habib et al.,
M. S. Swaminathan,
Sisir Kumar Das,
The Zakir Husain Memorial Lecture, held at Zakir Husain College each year, honours an eminent educationist, nationalist and distinguished President of India. Dr Zakir Husain was well aware of the h...
Conversations with Ambedkar
The lectures at Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD) brought together in this volume dwell on some of the most telling concerns that our age confronts: concerns of justice, social closures, bare life an...
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