Seema Amin Neither/nor. Three phenomena in Bangladesh co-riding a pop-up revolution. Elsewhere. Pop psychology (not feeling good? Have meme therapy and self-diagnose), vicarious resistance and absolute surveillance—of the mind, of education, of relationships, of one’s reticence, of one’s faith and… Read More ›
Missed calling: No exit: November
Seema Amin THE month of November, with its scheduled nascent coolness, has been the unofficial portent of a three-month winter season of staged ‘culture’ for years; the capacious capital boasts its social capital (the synergies of its urban, global, and… Read More ›
A tale of two mocking birds
A tale of two mockingbirds: Public reaction in Pahela Boishakh and echoing namelessness Seema Amin, Guest Blogger “The ‘they,’ as it were, can constantly have ‘them’ invoking it…”— Heidegger Easy does it. ‘They’ did it. In ‘To kill a mockingbird,’… Read More ›
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