Mala Mukerjee & Jael Silliman

Mala Mukerjee graduated in Applied Art & Design Studies in Photography from the London Guildhall University. Her work has been exhibited widely and has earned awards in the UK, China and in India. She is an Honorary Fellow of the Bangladesh Photographic Society. In 2002, Blink, a Phaidon Press publication, London, featured her among 100 photographers of the world. She has co-authored two books, Colonial Calcutta and Where Gods Reside: Sacred Places of Kolkata Jael Silliman was a tenured Associate Professor of Women’s Studies at the University of Iowa and a ProgramRead More...


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Books by Mala Mukerjee, Jael Silliman

The College Street Coffee House is still a much-revered institution in Kolkata. Its mystique lingers, despite its dilapidated appearance that evokes another era.  Intellectuals from a range of disciplines met to discuss compelling ideas in a free-flowing style – the quintessential Bengali adda, punctuated with many cups of coffee. Twenty-six intellectual, political, and cultural icons including Rabin Mandal, Soumitra Chatterjee, Usha Ganguly, Gayatri Chakra

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