Romila Thapar: “The protests by JNU students and teachers have been remarkable . . .”
Eminent historian Romila Thapar has been associated with JNU since its earliest years. She talks to writer Githa Hariharan about JNU's vision for educating the young to be questioning citizens. She also traces the pattern of recent attacks against voices of dissent on Indian campuses. Her advice to students and teachers is that they should continue to raise questions, both in and outside the classroom.
Watch another interview with Romila Thapar on the unrest in JNU here.
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