Cafe Dissensus Everyday, the blog of Cafe Dissensus Magazine, was born in New York City (USA) and is now based in india.
Our ISSN No.: ISSN 2373-177X.
While Cafe Dissensus Magazine will be published quarterly and each issue will revolve around a topic, we are aware that there are important events taking place around us everyday. For a real-time analysis of events, we would like our contributors to send in their opinion pieces, reflections, and commentaries for publication on Cafe Dissensus Everyday.
We are genuinely committed to the idea of alternative media. Here each piece will be considered and published only on its own merit and not on some other considerations.
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We are a completely voluntary endeavor and we are unable to pay our authors. (May be, someday! Who knows?)
Mary Ann Chacko is Assistant Professor, Ahmedabad University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. Her dissertation examined the Student Police Cadet program implemented in government schools across Kerala, India with a focus on adolescent citizenship and school-community relations. Read more of her work on her blog, Chintavishta. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mosarrap Hossain Khan is Assistant Professor, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, Haryana, India. He researches in the area of Muslim everyday life in South Asia. His website. E-mail: email@example.com
Murtaza Ali Khan is an independent film critic based out of Delhi, India. He is the editor-in-chief of A Potpourri of Vestiges and is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post. He has also contributed to The Hindu, The Quint, Wittyfeed, etc. He is on the guest panel for live discussions on the television channel News X. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Twitter: @MurtazaCritic
Adil Bhat is Assistant Editor at Cafe Dissensus. He studied English literature from Delhi university and is currently pursuing M.A. Mass communication at AJK MCRC Jamai Malia Islamia University, New Delhi. He has contributed articles in Himal South Asian Magazine, Greater Kashmir, Kashmir Reader, Kashmir Life, and Cafe Dissensus. He tweets at: @subzadil
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An innovative concept!
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Makes for an interesting read….
Ms.Mary Chaco & Mr.M.Khan
Greetings of the day
It was in today dt.15-01-2017 Spectrum issue of The Tribune (KAFFEEKKLATCH) that I came across your innovative venture. I would like to contribute my inputs to your amature online journal. Thanks for making it possible for denizens in enabling them to put forth their opinion on this wonderful platform.
Regds: Dr.J.K.Gulati, Associate Professor, University Business School, GND University, Jalandhar
Hello Dr. Gulati,
Greetings! Thanks for your comments. We welcome opinion pieces, perspectives, and dissenting views on Cafe Dissensus Everyday as well as on our magazine, Cafe Dissensus (https://cafedissensus.com/forthcoming-issuecall-for-contributions/). Do send in you submissions to email@example.com.
How can one submit to the magazine? This entire section is about the blog?
For submitting to the blog, check the submissions section. For submitting to the magazine, do check this section: https://cafedissensus.com/forthcoming-issuecall-for-contributions/
All the best and looking forward to come here often.
So, is this primarily an Indo-centric enterprise? Appears to be founded on principles grounded in reason and critical inquiry–but is located in one of the most unjust places on earth, the United States. Why not take on something that needs doing locally?
Not sure what you mean by ‘doing locally. The magazine was started by grad students in the US. But most of its work is done from a nondescript small town in India. As for ths US being the most unjust place, the editors of the magazine had lived in Canada in the past and can say without any doubt that Canada is a pretentious, white place. The US at least welcomes merit, Canada wallows in mediocrity.
No mention of Canada in my post above.