Vol 2. Issue 1. Editorial Assistance: Ketaki Chowkhani
Ridhima Sharma did her Masters from the School of Media and Cultural Studies at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. Her areas of interest include gender, caste and education. She likes to experiment with food and have conversations over chai.
Sriram Mohan was a student of the MA in Media & Cultural Studies programme at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. He is interested in technology, education, clean energy, politics, histories, news media, music, cinema, design & poetry.
Shweta Singh is pursuing her MPhil in History at University of Delhi. She graduated from Lady Shri Ram College, University of Delhi in 2009 with Honors’ degree in History. Shweta completed an MA with specialization in Ancient Indian History in 2011 from Hindu College, University of Delhi. Her research interests include social and economic history of India and archaeology. She is currently residing in Delhi.
Mohamed Shafeeq K
Mohamed Shafeeq K is a PhD student with the Department of Cultural Studies, English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad. He is also a blogger and a short story writer.
Gayatri Viswanath is at the Department of English, University of Mumbai.
Nithila Kanagasabai works on the issue of gender violence at the Prajnya Trust in Chennai. She completed her Masters in Media and Cultural Studies from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai in May 2013. She was a television journalist for two years between 2009 and 2011. Her interests include gender studies and cultural studies. She has co-directed two films – Badalte Nakshe (Changing Maps) that traverses the tenuous realm of children, memory and the 1992 Bombay riots; and Daane Daane Pe (On Every Grain…) that explores street-food politics in the city of Mumbai.
Ronojoy Sircar is currently writing for his M.Phil. in the Department of English at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.
Amit K. Suman
Amit K. Suman is an Assistant Professor of History in the ARSD College, University of Delhi. He is also working on his Doctoral Thesis “Indigenous Education and Institutions of Higher Learning in Colonial North India” at Department of History, University of Delhi. He has graduated from Ramjas College, University of Delhi. He has presented many research papers in different national and international conferences, and also written many papers for different
journals and edited books.
Namita Singh is an Assistant Professor of History in the Satyawati College, University of Delhi. She is also working on her M.Phil Dissertation at Department of History, Ambedkar University, Delhi. She has graduated from Kamla Nehru College, University of Delhi. She has presented many research papers in different national and international conferences.