Nandini Ramachandran

Nandini Ramachandran is wannabe hippie trapped within the education of a lawyer. She likes inventing animals and discovering cities apart from stunting eyesight and emotional growth through chain-reading. Further victims of her analysis can be found over at her blog: http://chaosbogey.wordpress.com/

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//Features

The Big Bad Universe: Good and Evil According to Joss Whedon | 7 Apr 2011 // 4:00 PM

Most of Joss Whedon's work has been characterized by Big Bads. But the lines separating Good and Evil are more complex than one might expect.

//Columns

Barbara Ehrenreich and the Brahmin Fantastic | 3 May 2010 // 4:00 PM

In Barbara Ehrenreich's Bait and Switch, she experiences an exclusive corporate culture in America that is disturbingly similar to India's privileged genetic intelligentsia; also know as the caste system.

Howard Zinn: The Dying of a Light | 21 Feb 2010 // 3:00 PM

A tribute to the signature interwar polymath: the historian, activist, dramatist, dockyard worker and teacher Howard Zinn.

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Power and Contestation: India since 1989 by Nivedita Menon and Aditya Nigam | 18 Feb 2010 // 2:59 PM

Nigam and Menon remind us of the rich history non violent protest has had in subaltern India, and that the recourse to violence is a measure of desperation rather than entitlement.

//Blogs

Leaving Home: The Indian Ocean Story | 5 Apr 2010 // 4:00 AM

The Indian Ocean movie -- Leaving Home -- tells the story of this glorious, path-breaking band. Despite the recent loss of it's vocalist, Indian Ocean seems determined to move ever forward and on.

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St. Vincent, Beck, and More Heat Up Boston Calling on Memorial Day Weekend

// Notes from the Road

"With vibrant performances by artists including St. Vincent and TV on the Radio, the first half of the bi-annual Boston Calling Festival brought additional excitement to Memorial Day weekend.

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