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Margaret Atwood: The New Testament

Rajni George

Margaret Atwood’s sequel to her cult novel is marked by the same urgency of cultural zeitgeist and prophetic resonance that made the publication of the original a literary event 34 years ago

‘There is no biological basis to race’

Angela Saini dismantles notions of ethnicity and colour in her latest book. The author in conversation with Bhavya Dore

The Foreigner’s Home

To what do we pay greatest allegiance? Family, language group, country, gender? Religion, race? And if none of these matter, are we urbane, cosmopolitan, or simply lonely?

Workings of the Heart

Race, law and love in two American novels

London’s First Muslim Mayor: Khan and the Colour Quotient

The election of London’s first Muslim Mayor and race and politics in Britain

Race

In spite of its excellent performances and craftsmanship, this film is a little too politically correct

The Last of the Aryans

Nobody knows of their real origin or if they are indeed Aryans. But, regarded as long-lost members of a purebred ‘Master Race’ settled in the Himalayas, Brokpas attract curious visitors, some of who try to satisfy their fantasy of having pure Aryan babies

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