Putting the Feminist in Learning
Welcome to Our Imagination
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“My book is a pre-Tinder history of the Internet.”
The 19th Century Woman Who Challenged the Image of Indian Coupledom
The Walking Manifesto
Does India really live in its villages?
Darjeeling is not that town you know from the postcards.
“You’ll make us work for you. You’ll even let us touch you. But you won’t let us use the same elevator.”
A Simple Primer to Understand Complex Ideas About Sex Work in India
Filmy Shehar – Caste Aur Cinema
The Snakes and Ladders on the Road to Mobility
The Gifts of the City Come with Strings Attached
It Was Like Collapsing into An Embrace
Sex [Work] and the City
Kolkata, the city, has been shaped by its location, the wars that have been fought via its ports, the waves of migration from across the borders, and of course, the ubiquitous British presence and its shape shifting morality.
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