Cerebration

Taking the Stage by Storm: Theatre of, by and for the Youth in Kolkata, India: Arnab Banerji NEW!

Rudra Muhammad Shahidullah: Romantic and Revolutionary: Mohammad Shafiqul Islam

The Main Theme as a Question: Ujjal Chakraborty, translated by Arunava Sinha

Historical and Political Context in Kashmir: Constructing a Unique Kashmiri Identity: Nyla Ali Khan

Shahrazad as Seductress and Moral Agent in The Arabian Nights - The Book about Storytelling: Anuja Madan

But Today The Struggle: Rashmi Sahni

Picturesque Teletheory: Ladislav Vit

Tired of Symmetry: Savi Munjal

Consumerism Eats Itself:Dawn of the Dead as Postmodern Cultural Critique: Adrian Versteegh

A Labour of Love - Dr. Nancy Gerber

Rethinking Spectator(ship) and (Male) Gaze : Vishnu Vardhan T.

Loneliness in Diasporic Life as Depicted by Anita Desai : Amit Shankar Saha

Behind The Postcard: Sandeep Banerjee (previously published in The Statesman, Calcutta)Journalist, New Delhi Television, India

Commercial Americanness: Charles Bivona, Adjunct Lecturer, English, Passaic County Community College, New Jersey.

National Mainstream Media and Regional Medias,'Contesting Hegemonies' - Trilateral (linguistic) media in Sri Lanka: Sunanda Deshapriya, political journalist

Online advocacy principles and case studies within the context of ICT and Conflict Transformation : Sanjana Hattotuwa, Research Associate, Centre for Policy Alternatives, Colombo

We do not necessarily have a theme or a focus for each issue. We aim to have as eclectic a range of topics and issues as possible. We urge writers to submit their work with a bibliography incase research or references were involved in the piece.

Please note that the views of the writers are not necessarily the views of the editors of this magazine.

Sitting with our Suffering: a Buddhist perspective of women's literature of the Harlem Renaissance: Max Orsini

The 'otherness' of nature and woman: an ecofeminist reading of 'The Handmaid's Tale': Ambika Bhalla, Dr Jap Preet Kaur Bhangu and Dr Manmohan Singh

Thawing Legacies: Inuit Women, Modernisation and Challenges of Cultural Liminality: Sebastian C Galbo

Amour: The Horror in the Ordinary: Amit R Baishya

Something to tell you: Spaces for dialogue in postcolonial London: Claire Chambers & Nukhbah Langah

 

Power, Absurd and Revolt: On Camus and Foucault: Aniruddh Ghosal

Womanhood as Masquerade: Vasugi Kailasam

Time-Citations: Haraprasad Shastri and the 'Glorious Times': Ritwik Bhattacharyya

Searching for Determinacy: John C Havard

Hyperreality, the question of agency, and the phenomenon of Reality Television: Chung Chin-Yi

Sunita Namjoshi's Building Babel: Siphiwe Dube

Performing Gender, Living History: Rupleena Bose

A Study on Women's Subjectivity in the God-talk of Kristeva and Irigaray : Jea Suk Oh

Buddha in the Reader, Buddha in the Tale, A Buddhist Reading of Chaucer's Knight's Tale: Charles Bivona, Adjunct Lecturer, English, Passaic County Community College, New Jersey.


The Right to Information: Sanjana Hattotuwa, Research Associate, Centre for Policy Alternatives, Colombo

Media and Conflict in Sri Lanka: Sanjana Hattotuwa, Research Associate, Centre for Policy Alternatives, Colombo

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