Salil Tripathi lives in New York, via London, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Geneva. Born in the city once known as Bombay, he is on the board of PEN International, and the author of three works of non-fiction, including Offence: The Hindu Case, about free speech and Hindu nationalism, The Colonel Who Would Not Repent, about Bangladesh’s war of independence, and Detours: Songs of the Open Road, a collection of travel writing. His journalism has won several awards, including the Red Ink Award for Human Rights Journalism from the Mumbai Press Club. His next book is about the Gujarati community.
Aanchal Malhotra is an oral historian and writer from New Delhi, India. She is the co-founder of the Museum of Material Memory, and writes extensively on the 1947 Partition…More Info
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Anil Pradhan (he/him/his) is a PhD candidate and UGC Senior Research Fellow at the Department of English, Jadavpur University, Kolkata; and his research focuses on the intersectional politics of…More Info
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