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Tribute: Ela Bhatt

Tribute to Ela Bhatt, the visionary leader of marginalised women

On Nov 10, 2022

Digital Initiatives: The Nature of the Beast

During and after COVID, Digital Education has emerged as clear major, and thick, discursive field with inclusivity being a core concern. Any critique of the inequities in the field must necessarily in...

On Jul 09, 2022

eSS Sunday Edit: The Entrepreneurial University and its Questions

In an entrepreneurial university where quantification, evaluation and interdisciplinarity are insisted upon, we need several issues sorted out before embracing the idea.

On Mar 07, 2022

3rd Urban Economy Forum 2021:The Brampton Resolution

The 3rd Urban Economy Forum is one of the world’s most premier urban gatherings on sustainable urban economies and urban management. The collaborative approach for collective action taken by the organ...

On Jan 07, 2022

The Magnificent Maiden of Maargazhi

The Thiruppavai has been written about, transliterated, translated, analysed, interpreted, critiqued relentlessly over the centuries from different points of view. A glimpse of the poet Goda who is re...

On Jan 01, 2022

An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Government Intervention in Education Sector

The issue of government intervention in the education sector is an integral element of considerations of human capital, which itself is a precursor to societal economic growth. On the one hand, it has...

On Dec 05, 2021

Climate Change 2021 The Physical Science Basis:Working Group I contribution to the WGI Sixth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

This Summary for Policymakers (SPM) presents key findings of the Working Group I (WGI) contribution to the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report (AR6)1 on the physical science basis of climate change. The re...

On Nov 16, 2021

COP26 Draft Text

The Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement, Emphasizing the importance of multilateralism in tackling climate change and the crucial role of internatio...

On Nov 16, 2021

“If you compete with us, we shan't marry you” : The (Mary Paley and) Alfred Marshall Lecture

Alfred Marshall and Mary Paley Marshall are often described as the first academic economist couple. Both studied at Cambridge University, where Paley became one of the first women to take the Tripos e...

On Nov 15, 2021

The Humanities of Crisis: Climate Change and the Discipline

From scientific upheavals in the Early Modern to world wars in the twentieth century, Humanities has responded to the crisis and also reinvented itself in terms of methodologies and fields of inquiry....

On Nov 15, 2021