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Online Gods Ep 4: Rumours and the Agents of Ishq

In this episode, we speak with Irfan Ahmad about rumours and Paromita Vohra about the Agents of Ishq.

Online Gods Ep 3: Digital Diaspora and a Right Wing Twitter 'Influencer'

In this episode, we speak with Victoria Bernal about digital diaspora politics and Rishi Bagree about being a right wing twitter "influencer."

Online Gods Ep 2: Media as Religion and Round Table India/Dalit Online Media

In this episode we speak to Angela Zito about Media as Religion and Kuffir Nalgundwar about Round Table India & Dalit Online Media.

Online Gods Ep 1: Big Data and The Ladies Finger

In this episode we speak to Ralph Schroeder about Big Data and Nisha Susan about The Ladies Finger.

Talking Media with 'Online Gods': What Is Academic Podcasting Like?

What does it mean “to do ethnography” in the “digital age”? Should ethnography become multimodal? The founders of the academic podcast, Online Gods, provide an insight.

The Multiple Displacements of Mangalore Special Economic Zone

This paper analyses three different types of displacement - social, cultural and economic - in the lives of three women and their families which have been affected by the creation of the Mangalore special economic zone. Conceptualising the displacements in rhythmic terms, it first details the subversion of progressive land reforms and the reassertion of caste-based oppression, followed by the clash between the dharma of the spirits of the land and the neo-liberal dharma of capitalistic development. Finally, it looks at life in a resettlement colony where families that have been uprooted from the agricultural production cycle are closed off from the urban life they are expected to adopt.
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