Tag Archives: Ashis Nandy

History, Story, and Multinarratives

by Kate Daley-Bailey In their latest book, Ancient and Modern Religion and Politics: Negotiating Transitive Spaces and Hybrid Identities, Carolyn M. Jones Medine and John Randolph LeBlanc explore Indian politician and psychologist Ashis Nandy’s rendering of storytelling as a modality which … Continue reading

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Whose Interests Are Served?

by Steven Ramey * This post originally appeared on the Culture on the Edge blog. A video that focused on religion among the urban middle class in India a couple of years ago illustrates what happens when people discuss problems … Continue reading

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