Career  /  Published 16.08.22

What is academic writing? Characteristics, jobs and types

Academic writing is a form of writing that communicates ideology, details, and research to a broader academic community...
By Nancy Jaiswal

Career  /  Published 10.08.22

Top 5 Careers for Humanities Students: colleges and courses to look out for

Humanities as a field focuses on how people work and interact with each other, from communication to culture...
By Nancy Jaiswal

Career  /  Published 25.07.22

How to be a writer: An Interview with Novoneel Chakraborty

Novoneel Chakraborty is a popular Indian author who writes books for young adults...
By Nancy Jaiswal

Opinion  /  Published 07.05.22

An Indian conscience

On February 1, 1948, a twenty-year-old Indian woman wrote a letter to her sole surviving parent. The young woman was in Delhi, having just returned from graduating from Wellesley College in the United...
By Ramachandra Guha

Events  /  Published 16.04.22

An afternoon with Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak on books, thoughts, Derrida & Mahasweta Devi

“This is why most books, especially literature, can’t make a truth claim,” she said. “Our imagination is neither rational nor irrational, and yet the way it perceives books can...
By Priyam Marik


Lifestyle  /  Published 05.03.22

A chat with Amitava Kumar about his ‘Writer Journal’

We asked author Amitava Kumar if he went back to read his own writings and he laughed and said maybe he shouldn’t be honest with his answer because the truth was that he sometimes really loved i...
By Shrestha Saha

Books  /  Published 04.03.22

Many poets in one

Book: Pessoa: A Biography Author: Richard Zenith Publisher: Liveright Price: $40 In his novel, The Year of the Death of Ricardo Reis (1988), José Saramago imagines the Portuguese poet, Fern...
By Brinda Bose

Style  /  Published 24.02.22

Content creator only job on earth

Why is everyone a “content creator” now, asks Rebecca Jennings of The Goods. Why not “comedian” or “competitive dancer” or “aspiring actor”, she asks. &...
By The Telegraph

Opinion  /  Published 01.02.22

The provincialism of great art can be hard to accept

When does an ethical anachronism churn guilt? When you enjoy an artwork with values that clash with those in which your body lives? But you’re also a creature of the present. You cannot but feel...
By Saikat Majumdar

Entertainment  /  Published 26.01.22

Blur man Damon Albarn tries to discredit Taylor Swift’s songwriting skills

Read this while listening to Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor, BWV 582. It was never meant to be a straightforward interview and it wasn’t. Damon Albarn in the chair, it turned out to be a boxin...
By Mathures Paul


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