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An Evening with Neil George, MD, Nivea and a Comic Book Author

Neil was invited to deliver a talk titled “Let’s Talk Money – Pricing to Win” as a part of the […]

‘Nietzsche, Rawls and Bezos Walk into a Bar: A Review of Pandemic Ethics’

Abstract:  By appropriating 19th-century German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche’s idea of “slave and master morality” on one hand, and 20th-century political […]

The Road to Rhodes: Ashoka University student bags prestigious scholarship

Daksh Walia is a final year student of M.A. Economics at Ashoka University. In Economics, he is particularly interested in […]

Ashoka University signs MOA with Cornell University, USA

The Office of Global Education and Strategic Partnerships (GESP) at Ashoka University signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Cornell […]

Women leaders transforming the workplaces

As I recall my interview and hiring process at Ashoka University, I remember thinking about one distinction that I had […]

‘What the Metro Smart Card is Unable to Read: Understanding the Relationship between Delhi Metro, City and the People’

Abstract:  Sakshi Barak explores her relationship with the city (Delhi) by sharing her experiences of traveling by Delhi metro. Drawing […]

An Overview of Extramural Research Funding at Ashoka University

Research and innovation are growing in India, with significant investments being made in fundamental, translational, and multidisciplinary research, researchers, and […]

The Role of Cultural Norms in Influencing Women’s Health

Individuals in developing countries often rely on community ties to access key resources due to the absence or inaccessibility of […]

Beyond Binaries and Identities: Rethinking Gender and Sexuality via the CSGS Workshops

Can a conversation, a discourse, a stream of consciousness on gender and sexuality be simple? I have taken on the […]

Multiplicity as an ethical imperative

Gender and sexuality are more often than not considered synonymous with each other. While they are related to each other, […]

Mapping Sexuality in India: One-Stop Resource Directory by CSGS

The Mapping Sexuality in India project by the Centre for Studies in Gender and Sexuality (CSGS) is a one-stop resource […]

#Bookmarked: Of selective remembrance and suitable memories

Nayanjot Lahiri is a Professor of History and a member of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Archaeological Research at Ashoka University.  […]

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