Volume 001: Work

Work as a social, political, and intellectual idea, and exploring its history and evolution through a feminist lens.

Time Could be the Only Measure for Women’s Work

Feminist economists had long focused on time as a measure of work, or more specifically, as a measure of enumerating women’s work, even before we zoomed in on the endless time and labour women continued to expend on doing, doing, doing as the world ‘stayed at home’ during the pandemic.

Back Story: Caste in Nursing | Ep 1

The Third Eye’s new series, Back Story, breaks down research, praxis, and lesser-know insights for a wider, non-academic audience, to help us all make sense of the world with a little more wonder, a little more depth. In Episode 1, we meet Panchali Ray, author of Politics of Precarity…

Here’s Looking at You, Mum!

When a teacher asked her students to think about the concept of confinement the last thing she expected was for most of them to shoot videos of their mothers.

#21sekyahoga​: Shaadi Se Pehle Pyaar | Ep-4

Can a girl choose who or how she wants to love? Can a boy choose who he wants to marry? If a girl says ‘I do’ to her partner and both of them consensually fall in love before the legal age of marriage, is there space for that love to exist?

Life in Six

“Stay at home, stay safe. Just chill out at home, everyone told us,” murmur many young women in long distance phone calls, voice notes and Whatsapp messages, tenuous lines keeping us together during lockdown.

Black Box, Ep. I

The Third Eye presents a new video series that invites spoken word artists, performers and theatre practitioners to interpret lesser known womxn’s writings, those that offer an alternative history of India.

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