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Walking the multicultural talk
Business Standard India

Walking the multicultural talk

Before it acquired its status of decaying provincialism as Kolkata, Calcutta was one of India's most multicultural cities. As a bustling centre of commerce in a colonial empire that stretched, almost unbroken after World War I, from Egypt west of ... Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago

Tribute to a brilliant writer-activist - Mike Marqusee

Mike Marqusee (61), who died of cancer in London last week, was one of the finest products of the Anglo-American world's 60s generation, with a brilliant intellect and a passionate commitment to social justice and human values. A prodigious writer ...
 DNA India1 month ago

Limits on the Anglo-German friendship

between German Chancellor, Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister, David Cameron.But it was clear enough that the very real friendship between the two leaders did not amount to a meeting of minds on European issues.Anglo-German relations since ...
 24Dunia1 month ago

The Rhodes scholarship wasn't designed for my people — that's why I had to win

A version of this story originally appeared in . I spent months pouring my heart and soul into becoming a Rhodes scholar. As the grandson of multiple generations of genocide survivors (who endured everything from the Cariboo Gold Rush to the scandal ...
 Salon1 week ago

On Washington, History and Diversity in Independent Schools

A few years ago I went with my then 6-year-old daughter to the Metropolitan Museum of Art to see the renovated galleries of the American Wing. It holds works of art made in our country, first in competition with the European traditions, later more ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago

UK Zionist Historian Sir Martin Gilbert (1936-2015) Variously Ignored Or Minimized WW2 Bengali Holocaust British Zionist Sir Martin Gilbert (1936-2015) was an eminent UK historian in the areas of Jewish history, Zionism, Churchill, WW1, WW2 and 20th century history. He was one of very few UK historians who actually mentioned the ...
 Counter Currents2 weeks ago
Chronicle of Higher Education

Weekly Book List, February 20, 2015

ANTHROPOLOGY The Land of Weddings and Rain: Nation and Modernity in Post-Socialist Lithuania by Gediminas Lankauskas (University of Toronto Press; 352 pages; US$85 hardcover, US$36.95 paperback). Discusses both civil and religious ceremonies in a ...
 Chronicle of Higher Education2 weeks ago

Karachi's 'Charlie Hebdo'

February 14, 2015 (ALEX LONDON) My Papa, Haji bhai Esmail Dossa, HAJI SAHIB, as he respectfully came to be known, among the Khoja communities of Karachi, Bombay, London, Toronto and the United States during the part of his life, was in ...
 Business Recorder2 weeks ago
Radio Prague

"My Czech kebab shop is an embassy for a positive image of Islam"

Chez Amis is an Arab-Oriental grocery store that also doubles as a fast food establishment selling kebabs, falafel, hummus, couscous and other such delicacies. Situated on Spálená street in the centre of Prague, it is owned and operated by ...
 Radio Prague3 weeks ago

Expo to showcase cultural diversity

KOCHI: Ethnicity, an initiative of St Albert's College, will showcase the art, culture, and traditions of the various ethnic communities in the city. The event has caught the attention of Unesco, which is making an effort to study, document and ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
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