Yesterday Guardian Published its photo-essay “Documenting the Rohingya refugee crisis – in pictures.” There is so much wrong […]

Maaza Mengiste in conversation with  Suchitra Vijayan   Dissent in Dangerous Times is The Polis Project’s  teach-in and conversation […]

This essay was originally published in Boston Review  In his introduction to Mourid Barghouti’s I Saw Ramallah, Edward Said […]

Ethics and politics of representation in photojournalism

Thanks to Sharron Lovell, Benjamin Chesterton and I discuss the ethics and politics of representation in photojournalism. The conversation was sparked by […]

Souvid Datta’s work independent of the current controversy of plagiarism and the absolute disregard for ethics is deeply orientalist and euro-centric. […]

Haiti : Disaster Ruins everythings

This was first published in Warscapes and a short version appeared in the Hindu Sunday Magazine. “The disaster […]

The Monograph was originally published in Warscapes Magazine Our thoughts, feelings, desires and actions are being robotized; ‘life’ […]

“A Typical Negro” is the title of a 1962 newspaper article narrating the story of an enslaved man, Gordon, […]

Published in Africa Is a Country  “Portraits of Reconciliation,”–the photo-essay commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide–published […]