A talk based on the book, Early Indians: The Story of Our Ancestors and Where They Came From’.
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The Challenge Of Things
The author talks about a rational approach to contentious issues that plague us.
Is Mathetmatics A Language?
A straight talk by Piers Bursill-Hall.
The rise and fall of the the East India Company.
A History Of Women And Gender In Comics
This talk presents the journey of women creators and characters in comics around the world along with research from an ongoing project by Arun Prasad and Aarthi Parthasarathy on the history of comics in India. This session would specifically look at the representation of women and gender in sequential art – beginning with the emergence […]
The Medical Nude : Deconstructing The Libidinal In Medical Literature
The medical nude as an object lesson: deconstructing the libidinal as found in the nude of medical literature and imagery. Monologue by Ambarish Satwik. Disturbing images: Strictly for adults over 18
Life, Sex And Ideas
Is humanism is more relevant today than God ? A C Grayling expounds the notion.
A straight talk by Naman Ahuja.
Ruptured Dances : Gender, Sexuality And Identity In My Choreographic Trajectory
A straight talk by Hari Krishnan.
The Accidental Traveller – Searching For The Elusive Resilience In Life
The first double amputee to climb the summit of Mount Everest, Mark Inglis talks about his journey to the top of the world.