Space-Time Discontinuum

Author 1:  Varsha Gopal (Corresponding author), M.A. Student, Indian Institute of Technology Madras Author 2: Baladitya B, M.A. Student, Indian Institute of Technology MadrasAuthor 3: Surya Narayana Panicker, M.A. Student, Indian Institute of Technology Madras Spaces hold intricate ties to the conception of time. This, probably an obvious observation, came to the vicinity of our thoughts only during … Continue reading Space-Time Discontinuum

Doing Emotionally Challenging Research in Emotionally Challenging Times – A Personal Reflection

Trigger Warning: Research on gender-based violence. by Mascha Helene Lange I am dealing with the sensitive issue of gender-based violence on a daily basis. Every morning, my desk greets me with book titles such as Rape and Resistance, Framing the Rape Victim, or Just Sex? The Cultural Scaffolding of Rape.[1] I read autobiographical accounts of people who experienced gender-based … Continue reading Doing Emotionally Challenging Research in Emotionally Challenging Times – A Personal Reflection