Harbhajan Singh

Harbhajan Singh (18 August 1920 – 21 October 2002) was a Punjabi poet, critic, cultural commentator, and translator. Along with Amrita Pritam, Harbhajan Singh is credited with revolutionizing the Punjabi poetry writing style. He wrote 17 collections of poems, including Registan Vich Lakarhara, 19 works of literary history and translated 14 pieces of literature of others including those of Aristotle, Sophocles, Rabindranath Tagore...



Rajinder Dudrah

My academic interests are in the areas of Bollywood cinema, Black British representation, popular music, diasporic and transnational media, television studies, film and cultural theory, and in qualitative research methods as applied to popular culture. I teach across the range of core undergraduate and postgraduate courses concerned with screen theory and aesthetics, screen methods, and screen texts and audiences. I particularly draw on interdisciplinary approaches from Film and Media Studies,...



Joseph Walser

Joseph Walser is a historian of religion focusing on early India and more specifically, the origins of Mahayana Buddhism. His works examine the social, political and economic forces behind the construction of apparently fixed categories such as "Buddhism," "Brahmanism," or "Mahayana." In the same vein, his work also examines the role social factors play in the construction of philosophical arguments and the role such arguments play in the distribution of social...



South Asia

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