ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846


The Space We’re In and In the Meadow of Fantasies open up space for talking about disability in ways that are delightfully simple and evocative.
Stories and snippets from the everyday experiences of a Muslim fishing community in a coastal region in Kerala
Alix E Harrow’s The Once and Future Witches is an ode to the transformative power of female anger with each character.
Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s short story “Mahesh” reads almost like a presage to the problems faced by the disenfranchised today.
By telling the story of vulnerable migrant workers, Sheng Keyi’s novel Northern Girls challenges the mainstream narratives of China’s economic growth.
As all art forms are increasingly influenced by late stage capitalism, what does this mean for cinema that is political?
The all-women Pentholppavakkooth troupe is an attempt at challenging patriarchy not only outside but also within the art form of shadow puppetry in Kerala.
The legend of Behula relates the pre-partition migration of people and their cultural cohesion through West Bengal, Bangladesh, and Myanmar.
A researcher reflects on his friendship with a down-on-luck adulterer–cattle smuggler—his primary contact in the field.
A football fan revisits football history and reminisces about changing allegiances, patron saints and football greats.
Kashmir University’s Naseem Bagh is a fascinating academic/cultural heritage site cradled by mighty chinars.


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