Articles by: Sabiha Mazid

Love, Hope and Domestic Violence: Revisiting the Netflix movie ‘Darlings’

Love, Hope and Domestic Violence: Revisiting the Netflix movie ‘Darlings’

The movie ‘Darlings’ has recently received a lot of backlash and its storyline has been critiqued as a “pseudo-feminist” revenge of domestic violence. It has also been called vengeful and guilty of portraying men in the wrong light. The task that the movie leaves us with, however, is much more nuanced than the concerns of male representation. Underneath this basic[Read More…]

by 21/08/2022 Comments are Disabled Arts/Literature
The unrest of Assam- History, Facts and an appeal

The unrest of Assam- History, Facts and an appeal

On the evening of 11th December, a fellow-researcher and Ihad a lengthy discussion regarding the implications of the Citizenship Amendment Bill. I have previously worked on Bhupen Hazarika’ songs of the Assam Movement while he has written his MPhil on the Nellie massacre (1983); hence the Bill was naturally a point of interest to both of us. We spoke for[Read More…]

by 26/12/2019 Comments are Disabled India