Category Archives: Teaching Divided Histories

On translating Baluta

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‘ Go home and think about how many of your friends are different from you.’ Jerry told the audience towards the end of his talk. We don’t realise this, but very often we tend to Read More …

History and History teaching – a workshop on Teaching Divided Histories, Bangalore

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40! She said, when I asked Madhushree how many participants had signed up for the workshop. This was just before I was boarding the flight to Bangalore. Now, for somebody who is neither a historian, Read More …

‘A missing General, a trusted jeep, and submerged narratives of 1971′

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The first talk as a part of the History for Peace project was titled ‘A missing General, a trusted jeep, and submerged narratives of 1971’. A title like that is enough to pique ones curiosity! Read More …

International Conference on Teaching History

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The International Conference on Teaching History took place on the 30th and 31st of July and the 1st of August 2015 in Kolkata. A platform for exchanging thoughts and ideas and learning, the conference combined Read More …

Amaatra Academy, Bangalore

Project implemented by Deeptha Vivekanand of Ever-After Learning   Both in India and Pakistan, cinema as a cultural production wields immense influence in the lives of the people and mainstream cinema has been deeply affected Read More …