HOUSE BOY by Lorenzo DeStefano: Book Review

You would have heard this sometime in your life that the Caste system is limited to India and the ‘West’ is free of any such evil form of stratification. Well, the novel- House Boy, provides ample evidence against the statement. The story of a 24-year-old Dalit boy, Vijay, who finds himself experiencing in England, what … Read more

Exploring ‘Harvest’: An In-Depth Interview with Professor Emeritus Richard Scharine

Short Bio: Richard Scharine was born in the back room of a Wisconsin farmhouse, went to a one room grade school, and rode a school bus 52 miles to high school. He is currently a professor emeritus in the University of Utah theatre department, where his honors include University Professor, University Diversity Award, and College … Read more

An Interview with Professor Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs, PhD, Author of “How Many Indians Can We Be?”

Short Bio: Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs, PhD, is a prominent scholar holding a PhD in Literature and Languages from Stanford University, along with an MA in Spanish Language and Literature. With a diverse academic background, including dual Bachelor’s degrees in French Language and Literature, as well as Spanish Language/Literature from Occidental College, she serves as … Read more

Book Review: Tapestry of My Mother’s Life by Malve von Hassell

A spider’s web. A Tapestry, indeed. It’s intricacies, detailing and moreover an undying spirit to create a life of its own, especially, a soft home. This also holds true for a human being. Wars, poverty, physical assault, migration, death of loved ones, building homes amidst all of it, has been a story of Christa Zitzewitz, … Read more

O Captain, My Captain! Selected Vignettes on Social Acceptance, Identity and Personal Flourishing amongst Adolescents and Young Adults

‘O Captain, my Captain. Who knows where that comes from? Anybody? Not a clue? It’s from a poem by Walt Whitman about Mr. Abraham Lincoln. Now in this class you can either call me Mr. Keating, or if you’re slightly more daring, O Captain my Captain.’ These self-characterising poetic lines which includes a surreal invitation … Read more

Online Social Sciences Writing Competition 2023 by the Sociology Group

Are you a budding intellectual? On the lookout for a space where you can indulge in your curiosity, express your love for the liberal arts and share your ideas for a revolutionary vision of the social sciences throughout all streams of knowledge?  Well, look no further because Sociology Group, an organisation that strives to promote … Read more