The Antonym decided to delve deeper into Dalit Souls, Art and Literature over May and June and put together a panel comprising. Dr. Jaydeep Sarangi, Dr. Jayashree Kamble, Angelo Geter, and Prashant Ingole for a stimulating, fierce, and straight from the heart discussion.Read More
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What constitutes the literariness of a work of literature? Literary critics and scholars have tried to answer this question in many ways incorporating literary aesthetics which are a prerequisite for every standard work of art and literature.Read More
The Antonym brought together a wonderful panel of India Science Fiction writers and critics to discuss the uniqueness of Indian Science Fiction. We had Subodh Jawadekar, the renowned Science and Science Fiction writer in Marathi: Dipen Bhattacharya, who writes in Bengali., featuring the social dynamics of imagined future societies interwoven with scientific principle and T.G. Shenoy, a Science Fiction columnist and critic, the writer of India’s longest-running weekly SF column in India,Read More
This work starts the important journey of examining Indian SF from multiple angles and will inspire many chroniclers and SF enthusiasts to take this research further.Read More
What has been the creative response to the pandemic?
Has the crisis spurred innovation?
Is it too early to decide whether the pandemic will bring about a paradigm shift in how the world thinks?
Languages are the most powerful instruments of conserving and developing tangible and intangible heritage. What do we want to say and in which language?Read More
When a Pulitzer Prize winner publishes her second book, which was ten years in the making, it is...Read More