28. 01. 2011
b-deb1

Courtesans in the Academia?

  Basuli Deb The National Women’s Studies Association in the US selected “Outsider Feminisms” as one of the sub-themes for their annual conference at Denver, Colorado, in November 2010. The conference itself was...

Read More →
24. 01. 2011
anu-21

Who is a Malayali Anyway?

G. Arunima In 1806, an Anglican priest called Claudius Buchanan travelled to Kerala from Bengal to understand the relationship between Hindus, Jews and Christians there. In a letter that he wrote back home...

Read More →
22. 01. 2011
jaggo1

A Life Less Ordinary

Yajnaseni Chakraborty Her tiny, birdlike frame seems lost in the embrace of a large, plush sofa in an anteroom of the business centre at the Oberoi Grand. But Nadine Gordimer still spells personality...

Read More →
20. 01. 2011
pg1

The Blind Art of the Concrete

Pothik Ghosh The real when it has reached the mind, is already not real any more. Our too thoughtful, too intelligent eye. —Robert Bresson, Notes on the Cinematographer Modern man is cursed with...

Read More →
16. 01. 2011
n901800216_5993152_622205531

Material Love

  Nandini Chandra and Jesse Ross Knutson Indeed, love is a many splendoured thing! Different categories of age and class appropriate romantic literature offer a guide to this tremendous variety. There is a...

Read More →
13. 01. 2011
cb11

Politics and Ethics in Communist Practice:From the Margins of the Indian Left

Rajarshi Dasgupta Let me begin by explaining the subtitle, which should be relatively easier than the title. Who or what exactly belongs to the margins of communist politics in India? First, let me tell...

Read More →
09. 01. 2011
vvv1

Spritual Politics as Marriage of Opposites

Vasanthi Srinivasan Ananda Coomaraswamy, known primarily as an art historian, deserves attention also as a philosopher of spiritual traditions. As a keeper of the Indian collection at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts...

Read More →
08. 01. 2011
amlan41

In Heidegger’s Hut

Amlan Dasgupta  In 1966 or 1967 (the year is variously reported)  the poet Paul Celan journeyed to a place called Todtnauberg , in the Black Mountains in Germany. He was visiting the mountain...

Read More →
Pages:«123456