Dara’s story must not succumb to the perils of a single-story structure that burnishes accounts of the hunter, and burns that of the hunted.
We Will Write History
A poem on horror and hope.
‘Govts Control Populations by Inculcating Hate, Fear’: Ayesha Jalal on Rewriting History
In an interview with students from Jamia, Ayesha Jalal talks about the whys and hows of the misrepresentation of history by the governments of India and Pakistan.
Students and Faculty of DU March in Support of Academic Freedom
"In no uncertain terms, I’d say that this is the death of our university,” said Nandita Narain, Mathematics professor from St Stephen's College and DUTA's ex-president.
A Long-Time Game of Thrones Fan’s Emotions on Finally Watching the Beginning of the End
Fans can finally begin to rest easy after spending years theorising what the end brings with it.
Why World History Textbooks Need to Go Beyond European Civilisation
How to teach world history today is a question that is going to grow only more and more important.
‘Always Remember Context, and Never Disregard Intent’: Should We Read More Empathetically?
The call for empathy might seem theoretically naive. Yet we can’t function socially without making inferences about others’ motivations.
Remembering the Trauma of the Babri Masjid’s Demolition Through Art
In this series, artist Pariplab Chakraborty imagines and commits the trauma of the demolition to our collective memory through these paintings.
Young People in Occupied Palestinian Territory are Using Their Past to Protect Their Future
Cultural heritage establishes closer ties between a community and the land it lives – and relies – on.
How ‘Game of Thrones’ Combines Romantic and Grotesque Ideas of the Middle Ages
The HBO series can tell us a lot about how we view the Medieval world.