Monthly Archives: September 2018

Racism and stereotypes in colonial India’s ‘Instagram’

A recent exhibition of postcards from colonial India explores how Indians were portrayed. Source: Racism and stereotypes in colonial India’s ‘Instagram’

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Alberta’s unexplored Sikh history documented for first time | CBC News

The role Sikhs have played in shaping Alberta’s history is being documented by a Calgary professor who’s gathering stories and documents from that community dating back the early 1900s. Source: Alberta’s unexplored Sikh history documented for first time | CBC … Continue reading

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About time: why western philosophy can only teach us so much

The long read: By gaining greater knowledge of how others think, we can become less certain of the knowledge we think we have, which is always the first step to greater understanding. By Julian Baggini Source: About time: why western … Continue reading

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