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Voices

The History for Peace project serves as a platform for discussion, debate and the exchange of ideas pertaining to teaching and learning of history for peace and understanding.

The Shape of Culture through History: second Millennium AD

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The Shape of Culture through History: second Millennium AD

Romila Thapar, Audrey Truschke, Kunal Chakrabarti and Anand V. Taneja in conversation.

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  • Decolonization: Change and Continuity - Sekhar Bandhopadhyay

    Sekhar Bandyopadhyay, a specialist on the history of modern India, has written extensively on the meanings and complexities of India’s ex...

  • Amrita Pritam and the Pain of the Partition: Nirupama Dutt & Urvashi Butalia in conversation

    Nirupama Dutt is a poet, journalist, and translator of many seasons. She writes in both English and Punjabi as well as occasionally in Hi...

  • The Idea of Dissent in the Indian Past and Present

    Romila Thapar, Kunal Chakrabarti, Apoorvanand and Suhas Palshikar in conversation.

  • SOUTH OF THE VINDHYAS – EARLY DECCAN HISTORIES with Aloka Parasher Sen

    Historian Aloka Parasher Sen is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Sanskrit Studies, University of Hyderabad.

  • Lost in Transition: Narratives of Non-existence - Deepak K. Singh

    Deepak K Singh is Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

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