This week Suchitra Vijayan spoke to Dr Anna Feigenbaum, who is a Senior Lecturer in Digital Storytelling at Bournemouth University. Her work focuses on communication and social justice. She is a co-author of Protest Camps with Fabian Frenzel and Patrick McCurdy (Zed 2013), author of Tear Gas (Verso 2017) and the forthcoming Data Storytelling Workbook (Routeldge 2020).
Francesca Recchia Arundhati Roy, In What Language Does Rain Fall Over Tormented Cities? Parvaiz Bukhari J&K: A Viral Whatsapp Video Carries Delhi’s Brutal Message To Kashmir’s New-Age Rebels Ashraf Ghani, I Will Negotiate With the Taliban Anywhere Mujib Mashal, A Grass-Roots Afghan Peace Movement Grows, Step by Step Asim Rafiqui
Introduction An eight-year-old Bakherwal Muslim girl went missing from Rasana village in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kathua district on January 10, 2018. Her family filed a First Information Report two days later. On January 17, 2018, her body was recovered from the forest near Devisthan temple in the area. The post-mortem
When “the state of exception… becomes the rule, then the juridico-political system transforms itself into a killing machine.” –– Giorgio Agamben, State of Exception There are certain times in a nation’s history when certain events and acts define its character and shape its further existence. The Dreyfus Affair which
Francesca Recchia Gowhar Geelani, Hajin: The Kashmir town that is a ‘militant hub’ Torture of Kashmiri inmates at Tihar: Mirwaiz appeals UNHR, Amnesty, ICRC to intervene Mujib Mashal, In Her Film About Afghan Life, the Woman Slaps Back Claire Dederer, What Do We Do with the Art of Monstrous Men?
Francesca Recchia The Lost Children of Tuam The Man Who Thought He Could Fix Afghanistan Kashmir’s Torture Trail Where Should Hazaras Go? Asim Rafiqui “Marikana’s Open Wound Or South Africa’s Continuing Tryst With Apartheid” “What Options Do We Leave Them? Or, Of Course You Don’t Like It When A Woman