Cafe Dissensus Everyday is the blog of Cafe Dissensus Magazine, based in New York City (USA) and 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.
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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 a doctoral candidate in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching at Teachers College, Columbia University. Her dissertation examines the Student Police Cadet program implemented in government schools across Kerala, India with a focus on adolescent citizenship and school-community relations. She is an Editor at Cafe Dissensus. Read more of her work on her blog, Chintavishta. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mosarrap H. Khan is a doctoral candidate in the Dept. of English, New York University. He researches in the area of Muslim everyday life in South Asia. He is an Editor at Cafe Dissensus. E-mail: email@example.com
Bhaswati Ghosh writes and translates fiction and non-fiction. Check out her website here. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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: email@example.com. Twitter: @apotofvestiges
Urba Malik is a PhD Scholar in Centre for Political Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Her PhD work analyses the question of Muslim Identity (in Kashmir and Hyderabad) as a unified Muslim community or as one diffracted over a trajectory coming from socio-political markers. She has been actively associated with various surveys of Peoples Pulse, a research based organization. Urba is currently working as a Research Associate in an International project, “Democracy and Post civil Society in Global Politics”, funded by ICSSR. She regularly presents papers in National seminars and writes for newspapers and online portals.
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