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Letter from the Editors

First Editorial Article Dear Readers, We are incredibly excited to write this letter to you – a letter that we hope will communicate the deep sense of passion, sincerity, and gratitude that we felt while writing it. Through this platform we hope to give form to many of the thoughts shared by our team members in our transnational discussions, which, now that we think of … Continue reading Letter from the Editors

Printed Magazine Edition – available for download

Dear CEA Zine Friends, After months of work, and with our experience of putting online articles, we finally were able to release our first printed magazine edition. It is now available here! We hope you enjoy reading numerous new articles we have not been published before, as well as revisiting the published ones! Note: You will find this edition almost resembling the one printed in Mumbai during the … Continue reading Printed Magazine Edition – available for download

Legislative Theater: Participative and Democratic Methodology in the course of Constitution and Democracy

By Daniel Gaviria Tobón     The Legislative Theater is part of a Brazilian theater current called ‘Theater of the Oppressed’. Also, this current includes other techniques such as Theater for Deaf, Image Theater, Newspaper Theater, Forum Theater and Invisible Theater. The course of Constitution and Democracy implements all of these techniques. The Theater of the Oppressed is supervised by Professor Betsy Perafán at Universidad de … Continue reading Legislative Theater: Participative and Democratic Methodology in the course of Constitution and Democracy

I S H A L L N O T B E S I L E N C E D

by Aishwarya Bhuta A noted journalist and free thinker, Gauri Lankesh was assassinated outside her home. She was a fearless activist-journalist who criticized the religious (Hindutva) politics of the majoritarian regime at the center. The whole country is in shock. I too was agitated upon reading about it. I’ve expressed it through a poem and I would like to share it with you. – to the … Continue reading I S H A L L N O T B E S I L E N C E D

Critical Thinking – An Educational Alternative in One-dimensional Society

by Lisbet Rosenfeldt Svanøe | Master of Arts in Philosophy of Education Abstract: Primarily based on Marcuse’s One-Dimensional Man this article describes and analyses a society with excessive production and – consumption. It furthermore examines how the highly developed industrial society through one-dimensional positivistic and scientific thinking alienates man. An alienation that has severe consequences for what Marcuse defines as both internal and external nature. The article … Continue reading Critical Thinking – An Educational Alternative in One-dimensional Society

Fieldwork Diary: Education in Rural India

by Ritika Potnis “As more and more pebbles filled the jug, the water level kept rising. Soon, it was high enough for the crow to drink. His plan had worked!” Read out Ashwini, a 6th-grade student. The students cheered at the story of The Thirsty Crow that made headmaster ask, “What is the moral of the story?”, Samarth answered, “If we work hard, we can find … Continue reading Fieldwork Diary: Education in Rural India