s. shankar / writer
Welcome to my video & Podcast archive.
In Nov. 2017, I was a guest, along with Mustansir Dalvi and Sundar Sarukkai, on SynTalk Podcast on “The Fantasy of Translation.” Go here to hear the wide-ranging discussion.
In Summer 2016, I was invited by H. Nikhila of English and Foreign Languages University to record an interview on Film, Translation and Myth for the multimedia journal Caesurae. The interview was conducted before a live audience on the campus of the English and Foreign Language University in Hyderabad, India. Go here for the interview.
Click here for my presentations at University of Houston-Downtown as CCRS 2016 Scholar-in-Residence. You will find a video of my public lecture “’BROKE PEOPLE (WHAT’S UP WITH THAT?)’: POVERTY, RACE, AND THE PUBLIC HUMANITIES” and an interview with the sharp and engaging Dr. Vida Robertson that touches on race, caste, and my work as a novelist and critic.
And below is my 2014 interview for Asia in Review (with special focus on Caste and Literature):
Click here for my presentation “On Translation” for the “Words in the World” conference at the University of Hawai’i in 2013.
And here for my introductory remarks welcoming participants to the conference.