Mesha Murali

After graduating from Delhi University with an undergraduate degree in Sociology, I went on to pursue a post-graduate diploma in print journalism. After graduating with a diploma in print journalism I went on to work for a year in the media industry, the experience of which was highly unsatisfying as a working professional. This pushed … Continue reading Mesha Murali

Fidelia Serwaa Ametewee

  My interest in the arts and related creative processes and experiences can be traced to my childhood interactions with my mother. Those daily interactions gave me the privilege to observe my mother’s ability, as a clothing designer, to creatively manipulate textured fabric into an outstanding finished work of fashion. I could hardly notice at … Continue reading Fidelia Serwaa Ametewee

Philippe Peycam

  Philippe Peycam is the director of the International Institute of Asian Studies, Leiden, The Netherlands. Educated at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London, Peycam is a trained historian whose recent book (The Birth of Vietnamese Political Journalism: Saigon 1916-30, Columbia University Press, 2012) traces the origins of a Vietnamese public culture of … Continue reading Philippe Peycam

Françoise Vergès

Françoise Vergès is currently Chair Global South(s) at the Collège d’études mondiales, Paris and Consulting Professor, Goldsmiths College, University of London. She is the author of numerous articles and books on the memories of colonial slavery, Frantz Fanon, Aimé Césaire, the processes of creolization and the postcolonial museum. She is also the author of film … Continue reading Françoise Vergès