From the Editor's Desk

Decolonization: A Starter Kit + Notes on Fake Decolonization — by Bhakti Shringarpure

Dr. Bhakti Shringarpure of University of Connecticut is the editor-in-chief of Warscapes Magazine and specializes in literary and cultural studies,… Read More

2 days ago

Singing to the World from the Waters of the Dal — Three Lakefront Performances by Ali Saffudin

Ali Saffudin brings us his latest installment—three lakefront songs performed and recorded live on the shores of Srinagar's most visited… Read More

1 month ago

Three Short Stories by Anton Chekhov in Urdu and Hindi — by Adbi Dunya

Inverse Journal presents three short stories by Anton Chekhov translated into Urdu and Hindi, and recorded in audiobook format by… Read More

3 months ago

Malcolm X: Make It Plain (1994) — by PBS

On Malcolm X's birthday, an elaborate documentary that explores his political life, his activism and the legacy of resistance he… Read More

3 months ago

Faasley — A Song of Remembrance by SXR (Prod. by Prxphecy & Timmy Holiday)

After the release of his album (Shalakh) and the music video for the title track by the same name, SXR… Read More

3 months ago

My Neighbourhood (2012) — A Documentary Film by Julia Bacha and Rebekah Wingert-Jabi

First released in 2012, "My Neighborhood" is a documentary film that follows the life of Mohammed El Kurd, "a Palestinian… Read More

3 months ago

Roof Knocking (2017) — A Short Film Directed by Sina Salimi

In war-stricken Palestine, a woman prepares a meal for her family to break the fast in the month of Ramadan.… Read More

3 months ago

Seven Times Parveena Ahangar Spoke About Being a Mother Looking for Her Son

On August 18th of 1990, at 2 a.m., Parveena Ahangar’s 17-year-old son Javaid Ahmed was taken by a specialized counter-insurgency… Read More

3 months ago

Introduction: Creating Penguin’s Russian Classics (Routledge, 2021) — by Cathy McAteer

This chapter examines how Allen Lane, his editors, and Penguin's commissioned freelancers created the Penguin Russian Classics series. Before appointing… Read More

3 months ago

Medical oxygen should not be a luxury – we’re trying to develop a cheaper way to produce it — by David Fairen-Jimenez (University of Cambridge)

David Fairen-Jimenez is a Reader at the University of Cambridge and Director at Immaterial. Here he explains the process of… Read More

3 months ago