Produced in collaboration with Sohail Yafat and Rimmel Mohydin of Justice Project Pakistan (JPP), “17 And Sentenced To Die” tells the story of a JPP investigator’s efforts to get to the truth behind a young man’s indictment for murder. Saad Sarfraz Sheikh worked with me as an assistant and second camera.Read More →

Our guest for this podcast is Indian photographer Ronny Sen(1986). A free roving conversation, we talk about the influence of Left politics, of an early life spent lost in drugs, and the ways in which the city of Calcutta, music, family and politics influences his work. In the early 90’s, RonnyRead More →

Asim Rafiqui “How To Decolonise Your School” “Neocolonialism Is Enabled By Debt” “Institutional Amnesia As Journalism” “The Frankfurt School Done In A Non-Frankfurt School Way” “Where The Monsters Live” “The Habits Of The White Man Burden As A Signifier Of Our Sophistication” “Academic Creativity And Silencing Of Narratives” “Our ManRead More →

Please register for the event here  Kavitha Rajagopalan in conversation with Suchitra Vijayan.  What does citizenship mean in a world on the move? Economic inequality, conflict, climate change, and globalized diasporas have converged to send more migrants than ever before in history across international borders. And yet, in both porous borderlandsRead More →

The Hindustan Times has taken down its ‘Hate tracker’ initiative – “a crowd-sourced database of hate crimes in India since September 2015” that was meant to serve as a “national database on crimes in the name of religion, caste and race” and “a running catalogue of identity-based Hate crimes in India”. AtRead More →

Francesca Recchia Giorgio Agamben: On the metropolis Arundhati Roy, My Seditious Heart. An unfinished diary of nowadays Gillian Darley, Intimate spaces  Gaston Bachelard, The Poetics of Space, Beacon Press, 1994 (1958). Asim Rafiqui “There Is Wealth In Them Holy Words” “The Revolution That Never Came.” “Killing Water.”  “What We Want Is OnlyRead More →