Posts Tagged: Gender

A Living Language: Meena Kandasamy on Poetic Resistance

Wielding poetry to unseat social inequalities and unsettle apathetic publics.

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A Living Language: Meena Kandasamy on Poetic Resistance

Wielding poetry to unseat social inequalities and unsettle apathetic publics.

An India with Humanity at its Core: J. Devika on Fighting for a New Nation

A scholar-activist’s “other” India, built from the struggles within.

An India with Humanity at its Core: J. Devika on Fighting for a New Nation

A scholar-activist’s “other” India, built from the struggles within.

At Midnight, A City Chimes With Discontent

Jostling for a voice and imagining a humane India for women.

At Midnight, A City Chimes With Discontent

Jostling for a voice and imagining a humane India for women.

A Nightingale in Lodhi Gardens: Tritha Sinha

The songstress embracing insanity amid birdsong and fishmongers.

A Nightingale in Lodhi Gardens: Tritha Sinha

The songstress embracing insanity amid birdsong and fishmongers.

Millions of Missing Girls: Gita Aravamudan on Sex-Selective Abortion

The eerie demographic consequences of India’s deep-rooted gender prejudices.

Millions of Missing Girls: Gita Aravamudan on Sex-Selective Abortion

The eerie demographic consequences of India’s deep-rooted gender prejudices.