ASHISH RAJADHYAKSHA is a film critic. He has written a book on Ritwik Ghatak and edited anthologies on Indian cinema, including two volumes for the Pesaro Film Festival. He is contributing editor to the British film journal Framework.
GEETA KAPUR is a major critic of Indian painting. She has authored several catalogues on Indian art and the books Contemporary Indian Artists and K.G. Subramanian. She is presently on a fellowship at the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi.
NEELA BHAGWAT is a khayal singer of the Gwalior gharana and a reputed critic and teacher of classical music.
PRASANNA is a playwright and theatre director. His well-known productions inc\udeAscent of Fujiyama (translated version of play by Chinghiz Aitmatov and Mohammejanov), Shakuntalam and Lal Ghas Par Neele Ghode (translated version of play by Shatrov).
RATNABALI CHATTOPADHYAY teaches at the Department of Islamic History, Calcutta University.
V. SUBRAMANIAM is Professor at Carleton University, Ottawa.
SURJIT HANS heads the Department of History at Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. He is also a creative writer.
Erratum :In the previous issue ofJAI (Nos. 12-13), the contributor's name on page 27 was misprinted as Vyacheslav Ivanov. It should have read Vladislav Ivanov.
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