Bhagwati Prasad (b. 1976, Delhi) is an artist working in performance, graphics and research. He is the author of the graphic book, The Water Cookbook (2010). He started researching popular culture and media life and histories in Delhi, which resulted in him co-authoring Tinker.Solder.Tap (2009), a graphic novel on the history of media piracy in Delhi.
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Prajakta Potnis was born in 1980, her practice sails through painting, site-specific sculptural installations to public art interventions.
Professor Shivaji K Panikkar is an Art Historian specialized in Indian Art. Currently he is the Dean, School of Culture & Creative Expressions, Bharat Ratna Dr B.R. Ambedkar University, Delhi (AUD). Having taught for over twenty-five years, he was the Head, Department of Art History and Aesthetics, M.S. University of Baroda (2000 -2007).
M. Madhava Prasad is currently Professor of Cultural Studies at the English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad, India. He was educated in Bangalore, Hyderabad and Pittsburgh and has worked as a journalist in two leading English language newspapers in India during a break in studies. His publications include Ideology of the Hindi Film: A Historical Construction, and numerous essays in film and cultural studies and political issues. A book on Indian film stars in politics will be published shortly.
Assistant Professor at the Division of Chinese in the School of Humanities of Social Sciences, Singapore Nanyang Technological University. She received her Ph.D. degree at the School of Arts and Social Sciences at National University of Singapore. Her Research interest includes Chinese Intellectual History, Neo-Confucianism, Syncretism in Late Ming. Besides, she is also caring about Malaysian Knowledge Production in History, Literature and Culture.