Dilpreet Bhullar is a writer based in New Delhi. Her essays on visual ethnography, identity politics and partition studies have been published in books and journals, including Voices and Images, South Asian Popular Culture, Violent and Vulnerable Performances, Indian Journal of Human Development and digital archive Critical Collective. She is the associate editor of Visual Arts Journal, published by India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.
A personal reflection on the limits and possibilities of the social-media phenomenon.
On the Chinese embassy’s undiplomatic letter to a Nepali newspaper.