This piece by Meghali Baneerjee is a literary analysis of Gertrude Stein's book, 'Tender Buttons.'
In this article, Shiksha Sharma discusses E.H. Carr's methodology of practicing historical research. As a case study, Shiksha considers the narrative of the diasporic Sindhi community with relation to the facts regarding partition and post-partition events.
Mrudula Srivatsa argues in her piece that asexuality is neither celibacy nor is it the result of a mental or physical impediment. Asexuality is a choice. To elaborate on her argument, she uses an example from Hindu mythology so that we can understand asexuality in the Indian context.
"The good traditions of film studies in India are those which look at cinema as providing us with descriptions of the social field which we cannot find elsewhere in the social sciences." - An interview by Serene and Mrudula
'Philological work is basically thinking; thinking in a critical way and trying to respect the evidence as much as possible. It’s about interfering as little as possible though its not always plausible' - An interview by Elishia Vaz & Jannet Johny.