The Afternoon Adda – New feminisms and India's experience with #MeToo
16 Oct 2018
Professor Srila Roy from the University of the Witwatersrand explores the evolution of feminism in India and highlights the local impact of the global #MeToo movement.
The Afternoon Adda - What is the Future of Gender Justice? with Dr Dolly Kikon
26 Mar 2018
Recorded on International Women's Day, Dr Dolly Kikon and Dr Amy Piedalue discuss what is gender justice, and how can we work toward gender equality and security in India ...
The Afternoon Adda - Keywords for India: Land with Professor Anthony D'Costa
8 Aug 2017
Land is many things to different people. In India, as elsewhere, it bestows status, is a source of livelihood, and an asset that earns rents as well as profits. But ...
The Future of India's Electricity Sector: Moving Away from Coal? with Professor Rangan Banerjee
19 Jul 2017
Many analyst believe the only way for India to meet rising energy demands will be to build dozens of new coal-fired power stations - much like China during its rapid economic ...
Pause for Thought - Remembering Bijnor
12 Jun 2017
"'Education is like nectar of the gods' said one parent'... some people were willing work 16 hour days so that their children could remain in school" - Professor Craig Jeffrey
The Afternoon Adda - The Barefoot Gandhian Model Bunker Roy
29 May 2017
"There's never been an urban solution to a rural problem ... only the people on the ground know the solution to rural problems." This has been the driving principle of ...
Pause for Thought - I Believe
24 May 2017
"Magic has an incredible power to unite, to transgress cultural and social boundaries, and to create communities of feeling." - Professor Craig Jeffrey
The Afternoon Adda - Power: Shakti and the Strongman with Professor John Harriss
6 Apr 2017
What is power and how does it operate in India today? Who commands power and how does power infuse politics and everyday social relations? And have power relations changed in ...
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