[VoxSpace Selects] Undoing Anonymity Of Women Authors- Sister Library Remains Unparalleled

The Value Of Shared Knowledge As Propagated By India’s First Feminist Library  “We did not like to declare ourselves women […]

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[VoxSpace Selects] Casteism Through Ray’s Chiaroscuro: Aranyer Din Ratri 50 Years After

As the nation sighs at recent caste-based violence- the death of Dr. Payal Tadvi, the film Aranyer Din Ratri nudges us to look at the layered functioning of casteism that the present society has concealed under sophistry.

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[VoxSpace Selects] Alternative To Intellectual Jargons? Tamasha Of Civil Disobedience On Indian Streets

Public spaces for the open street theatres should act as a vanguard of democracy and in no way should these spaces disappear into cloistered air-conditioned auditoriums.

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Living A Sci-Fi Dystopia: The Audacious Act Of Job Searching In The Age Of AI And Unemployment

The present job distress has not stopped AI from tampering with employment dynamics in India. It alludes to an immediate re-skilling of workers and re-examining the need for the human touch.

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[VoxSpace Selects] What Happens When You Share A Meme In Bengal? Comedy Of Monarchs!

Bengal Missing Out On Political Humour, Really Satire Has Seen Better Days Political satire, long held under strict censorship, is […]

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Crowdfunding To Save Indian Languages – A Remedy For The Loss Of Mother Tongues

An initiative to fix the plethora of dead languages, forgotten authors, and literature with the help of crowdfunding would not be a farfetched dream.

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The What Nots Of Met Gala Memes And How They Unapologetically Backfired At Us

Contrary to popular opinion that has pointed out Met Gala’s exorbitant entry fees, it is not about status quo that we are talking about, but the mediocrity into which meme culture has stepped.

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[VoxSpace Selects] Algorithmic Bias: After GOT, Google’s Search Results Oblivious To The Marginalized Community?

Discrimination has seeped so comfortably into the fabrics of our daily interaction with machines that it has compelled us into a stupor regarding the whole affair.

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[VoxSpace Selects] Happy 50th to Goopy-Bagha- Satyajit Ray’s simpletons in an enchanted land

Paying Homage To The Fantasy Fiction And Political Satire Joychandi Pahar, tucked away in Purulia, West Bengal is an undulating […]

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[VoxSpace Life] The Story Of Illustrated Weekly : A Window to Weekly’s World Of Sepia

It would not be inappropriate to hold Illustrated Weekly as a revolutionary publication that chronicled and defined its epoch, a stark antithesis to what journalism has been reduced to today.

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