Cafe Dissensus Everyday, the daily update of Cafe Dissensus Magazine, was born in New York City (USA) and is now based in India.
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Mary Ann Chacko is Assistant Professor, Ahmedabad University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. She obtained a Ph.D. in Education from Teachers College, Columbia University, USA. Her dissertation examined the Student Police Cadet program implemented in government schools across Kerala, India with a focus on adolescent citizenship and school-community relations. Read more of her work on her blog, Chintavishta. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mosarrap Hossain Khan is Assistant Professor, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, Haryana, India. He completed his Ph.D. at the Department of English, New York University, USA. He researches in the area of Muslim everyday life in South Asia. His website. E-mail: email@example.com
Murtaza Ali Khan is an independent film critic based out of Delhi, India. He is the editor-in-chief of A Potpourri of Vestiges and is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post. He has also contributed to The Hindu, The Quint, Wittyfeed, etc. He is on the guest panel for live discussions on the television channel News X. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Twitter: @MurtazaCritic
Adil Bhat is Assistant Editor at Cafe Dissensus. He studied English literature from Delhi university and is currently pursuing M.A. Mass communication at AJK MCRC Jamai Malia Islamia University, New Delhi. He has contributed articles in Himal South Asian Magazine, Greater Kashmir, Kashmir Reader, Kashmir Life, and Cafe Dissensus.He tweets at: @subzadil
Dr. Tanushree Ghosh works in the Tech as an Engineering Manager and is a social activist (founder and director: Her Rights Inc., http://www.herrights.website), blogger and writer. She is an alumnus of Cornell University (Ph.D., Chemistry) and has worked at the Brookhaven National Laboratories, New York. Her blog posts and stories are for provoking thoughts towards social issues, especially issues concerning women. She wrote for The Huffington Post US for several years, is a contributor for Women’s Web, and has contributed to several literary magazines and e-zines in the US, UK, and India (including The Logical Indian; Words, Pauses and Noises, and The Tuck Magazine). She is a contributing author to five international anthologies, including ‘The Best Asian Short Stories 2017’ by Kitaab Singapore and ‘Defiant Dreams’ by Readomania India (Oprah’s reading list 2016 2.0 placeholder). Her short story, ‘Venugopal has a cow’ was selected for Honorable Mention by the Glimmer Train. Her first single-author manuscript currently titled ‘From An-other Land’ is scheduled for publication in December 2018. Website: www.thoughtsandrights.com Twitter: @thoughtsnrights