A book launch of Notes for an Oratorio was organized on 13 April 2022 at Chimurenga (publisher, broadcaster and producer), Cape Town, South Africa.
The speakers at the panel discussion, moderated by Sarah Mosoetsa (director, Humanities and Social Sciences), were Ari Sitas (the author of the book), Faisal Garba (sociologist and migrant/refugee activist) and Omar Badsha (artist).
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A book launch and seminar/webinar was organized jointly by South Asia Institute, SOAS; Department of Development Studies, SOAS, University of London; and the Journal of Agrarian Change on 16 March 2022.
Details of the book:
GUJARAT, CRADLE AND HARBINGER OF IDENTITY POLITICS: India’s Injurious Frame of Communalism
-By Jan Breman and Ghanshyam Shah
For links to an interview with Jan Breman and a video recording of the webinar, please visit https://www.aqs.org.uk/event/gujarat-cradle[...]
We are deeply saddened by the passing of Aijaz Ahmad — Marxist scholar, political commentator, literary theorist. Aijaz was one of Tulika’s early authors, with the book titled Lineages of the Present: Political Essays, in our series of books of selected essays by eminent scholars in various disciplinary fields. He remained a friend and comrade who took great interest in Tulika’s publishing journey ever since.
In solidarity with the Ukrainian peopleand all other people facing wars
In the aftermath of the Russian aggression against Ukraine and the invasion of its territory, the International Alliance of Independent Publishers expresses its support and solidarity with the Ukrainian people and cultural professionals and reiterates its commitment to the right of self-determination of each population.We, independent publishers from over 55 countries around the world, members of an international solidarity[...]
We condole the passing of Bhairabi Prasad Sahu (1957–2022), Professor, Department of History, University of Delhi. Professor Sahu authored Society and Culture in Post-Mauryan India c. 200 BC - AD 300, volume 7 in A People’s History of India series, and co-edited Negotiating India's Past: Essays in Memory of Partha Sarathi Gupta, both published by Tulika Books.