READ BOOK ✓ Dayanita Singh: Sent a Letter - by Sunil Khilnani #2020
Dayanita Singh: Sent a Letter By Sunil Khilnani Dayanita Singh has been making small photo journals of her travels in India for some years now Each book is made with a certain person in mind, either one she has made the journey with or one that was on her mind during her travels She makes two copies of each book by hand, one of which remains with her, and the other of which goes to the friend it was made for A diaryDayanita Singh has been making small photo journals of her travels in India for some years now Each book is made with a certain person in mind, either one she has made the journey with or one that was on her mind during her travels She makes two copies of each book by hand, one of which remains with her, and the other of which goes to the friend it was made for A diary with coded images of a time shared Steidl is pleased to publish seven of these small journals for the first time, along with an eighth journal of her mother, Nony Singh s, photographs of her daughter growing up The journals are produced in accordion folds so that they can open into mini private exhibitions in her friends homes, and come housed in a handmade wooden box.
Sunil Khilnani is holder of the Avantha Chair and Director of the India Institute, which he established at King s in 2011.Born in New Delhi, he grew up in India, Africa, and Europe He was educated at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, where he took a first in Social and Political Sciences, and at King s College, Cambridge, where he gained his PhD in Social and Political Sciences.Prior to becoming Director of the King s India Institute he was, from 2001 to 2011, the Starr Foundation Professor at the Johns Hopkins University s School of Advanced International Studies SAIS in Washington D.C and Director of South Asia Studies at SAIS, a program that he established in 2002.Sunil Khilnani was formerly Professor of Politics at Birkbeck College, University of London He has been a visiting professor of politics at Seikei University, Tokyo, and was elected a Research Fellow of Christ s College, Cambridge He has also held a Leverhulme Fellowship, and has been a Fellow of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington DC, a Fellow of the Institute for Advanced Study Wissenschaftskolleg in Berlin, and a Fellow of the American Academy in Berlin.His publications include Arguing Revolution The Intellectual Left in Postwar France 1993 The Idea of India 7th edn 2016 with Sudipta Kaviraj, Civil Society History and Possibilities 2000 with Nandan Nilekani, Pratap Mehta etc al NonAlignment 2.0 a Foreign Policy for India in the 21st Century 2013 with Arun Thiruvengadam and Vikram Raghavan, Comparative Constitutionalism in South Asia 2013 His most recent book is Incarnations India in 50 Lives 2016 , which accompanies his 50 part podcast and radio series broadcast on BBC Radio4 in 2015 2016.Sunil Khilnani s research interests lie at the intersection of various fields intellectual history and the study of political thought, the history of modern India, democratic theory in relation to its recent non Western experiences, the politics of contemporary India, and strategic thought in the definition of India s place in the world His is regular contributor to the Indian and international media.
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