The Violence of Security: Hindu Nationalism and the Politics of Representing ‘the Muslim’ as a Danger (Part I) | Dibyesh Anand

Hindutva is targeted at transforming the Indian state and controlling the Muslim and Christian minorities. At the same time, the primary goal is to transform the Hindus, to ‘‘awaken the Hindu nation’’ Continue reading The Violence of Security: Hindu Nationalism and the Politics of Representing ‘the Muslim’ as a Danger (Part I) | Dibyesh Anand

Is it wrong to Topple Statues and rename Schools? (Part II) | Joanna Burch-Brown

People who favour the preservation of statues and historic place-names often argue that place-names and statues do not necessarily confer honour. Instead, they serve to remind us of both the good and bad aspects of history, and in doing so play and important pedagogical role by reminding us of human fallibility and the complexity of human lives. Continue reading Is it wrong to Topple Statues and rename Schools? (Part II) | Joanna Burch-Brown