No human quality is more necessary for survival than love, yet it is easy to lose your way within love’s complex labyrinth of oppositions.
The Labyrinth of Tender Force collects 166 of...
Max Weber famously described politics as ‘a strong, slow drilling through hard boards with both passion and judgement.’ Taking this as his inspiration, Alexander Kluge brings readers yet anothe...
The day 30 April 1945 marked an end of sorts in the Third Reich. The last business day before a national holiday and then a series of transfers of power, 30 April was a day filled with contradictio...
Prasanta Bhattacharya is an Assistant Professor of English at Rabindra Mahavidyalaya, Hooghly, and visiting faculty in the department of English at Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata.
Gail Omvedt (born 2 August 1941) is an American-born Indian scholar who has written extensively on caste and Dalit politics. She is the author of Dalits and the Democratic Revolution (1994), Buddhi
Martin Kämpchen, a Ph.D. in German Literature from Vienna and Comparative Religions from Visva-Bharati, is an author, biographer, researcher and translator of Tagore.
Usha Sanyal is a historian and Lecturer at Queens University of Charlotte, North Carolina, USA.