After the discovery of oil, the entire landscape of the Middle East completely changed – both physically and financially.
Mango Achar Served on White Tablecloth: South Asia’s Fight to Revolutionize Fine Dining
Cooking, feeding, and eating make up the South Asian love language. Surely, trying to change it would seem like sacrilege!
Bengali Americans and Black Liberation
While our histories parallel, it is imperative to recognize the stark differences in outcome, positionality, and present status.
Becoming an Indecent Bengali Girl
Once I got that tattoo, none of those questions applied anymore. I was never going to be anything traditionally Bengali ever again.
Covid, Corruption, and Cyclone Amphan
The COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 has resulted in a huge loss of life, political distrust and socioeconomic damage in both Bangladesh and West Bengal
Chronicling the Search for a Home in Post-Partition West Bengal
The Chronicling Resettlement project, undertaken by two graduates, Atmadeep Sengupta and Sagnik Bhattacharya and supported by the Kolkata Partition Museum Trust, aims at researching post-Partition resettlement of refugees from East Pakistan in West Bengal
The Role of Technology and Social Media in the Rohingya Refugee Crisis
The Rohingya Crisis was one of the worst large-scale genocides in modern history.
Political Violence at Jadavpur University and Threats to Academic Freedoms in India
There are many similarities between UC Berkeley and Jadavpur University (JU).