symposium participants

  • FROM THE PUBLISHER

  • THOSE WERE THE DAYS - OR WERE THEY?
    K. Shankar Bajpai, former Indian Ambassador to Pakistan, China and the USA, Delhi

  • DESIGNING A BETTER SOCIETY
    Ashoke Chatterjee, served the National Institute of Design for 25 years, Ahmedabad

  • ALL FOR THE CAUSE
    Nandita Haksar, human rights lawyer, campaigner and writer, Delhi

  • A CONTINUING STRUGGLE FOR DEMOCRACY AND SECULARISM
    Shahida Lateef is the author of 'Muslim Women in India' and specializes on issue of women and development, Delhi

  • THE FORK IN THE ROAD
    A.G. Krishna Menon, architect, urban planner, and conservation consultant, Delhi

  • REMINISCENCES
    Trilokesh Mukherjee, teacher and graphic designer, Oxford

  • A PERSONAL TRIBUTE
    Valmik Thapar, naturalist, conservationist and writer, Delhi

 

 

 

 

 

#697
September  2017

FOUNDING LEGACY
a symposium celebrating the life and times of
the founder-editors of Seminar



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Next month: Revenge and Forgiveness

  • A GOOD SEASON, A LIBERAL EDUCATION 
    Gerson da Cunha, social communicator, Mumbai

  • PROOFREADERS OF THE NATION 
    Krishna Kumar, educationist; former Director, National Council of Educational Research and Training, lives in Chandigarh

  • FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND CONSTITUTIONAL NOSTALGIA 
    Arudra Burra, Assistant Professor in Philosophy, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Delhi

  • ACTIVIST MENTORS 
    Dinesh Mohan, Distinguished Professor, Shiv Nadar University, and Honorary Professor, IIT Delhi

  • ROMESH THAPAR: A MAN I NEVER MET 
    Shiv Visvanathan, Professor and Director, Centre of Study of Knowledge Systems, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat

  • THE HIGH NOON OF POPULISM 
    Ashis Nandy, Honorary Fellow, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi

  • THE PROGRESSIVES OF YESTERYEAR 
    Vir Sanghvi, political analyst and commentator, Delhi

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