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Milinda Banerjee

Milinda Banerjee is Lecturer in Modern History at the University of St. Andrews, where he directs the MLitt program in Global Social and Political Thought. He is the author of The Mortal God: Imagining the Sovereign in Colonial India, published by Cambridge University Press in 2018.

Symposia

Partition and/as Political Theology: Art, Resistance, and Peacebuilding in India and Northern Ireland

The following is the first of a short series on partition and/as political theology, which will be published in the journal Political Theology in 2024.

Essays

Partition as Oedipal Tragedy: A Conversation between Bratya Basu and Milinda Banerjee

“Across all classes and strata, Bengalis live this double existence – we live like Don Quixote.”

“There is Grief, There is Death…”: Mourning in the Wake of COVID-19

In Conversation: Dipesh Chakrabarty and Alapan Bandyopadhyay, with an introduction by Milinda Banerjee. Translation by Milinda Banerjee and Sreyoshi Bose.

The Brink: Betwixt and Between

In their thematic introduction, the editors of the The Brink describe the liminal, dangerous, and life-making potential for this new blog on the PTN website.