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Once symbolic of progress, the tractor, recalls Sharif Elmusa, owned and loved by his family of Palestinian farmers, became a tool used in their literal uprooting, in the removal of the soil beneath their feet


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What They Took

What They Took

February 21, 2017, No Comments on What They Took

Once symbolic of progress, the tractor, recalls Sharif Elmusa, owned and loved...

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The Mindful Body

The Mindful Body

January 30, 2017, No Comments on The Mindful Body

An art form that uses the body as its instrument but is...

Book Chat

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The Rapture

October 25, 2016, No Comments on The Rapture

Features »

The Unfinished Book of Family

The Unfinished Book of Family

February 17, 2017, No Comments on The Unfinished Book of Family

Every family is a novel in the making: a ready cast of...

Society »

Being Tabu

Being Tabu

July 24, 2015, 2 Comments on Being Tabu

Gautam Chintamani puts the enigmatic star in context...

Fiction & Poetry »

New Translations

New Translations

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Poems by Nirendranath Chakraborty, translated from Bengali by Chandak Chattarji

New Poems

October 10, 2016, No Comments on New Poems

Photo Essays »

The Way We Are

The Way We Are

October 10, 2016, No Comments on The Way We Are

Footnotes to a career in photojournalism. Prashant Panjiar captures the everyday and...