Tagirem Gallego García, Ian Magedera and other collaborators are experimenting with the variable speeds possible in photostories to deliver rich scholarly content. See below for a behind-the-scenes feature on the work of contributors to French Books on India, a tribute to an exceptional Bengali heritage activist, and an Indo-French musical curiosity.
Kalyan Chakraborty and Giri-Doot
A photo story about the Chandernagore cultural heritage organisation Giri-Doot (http://www.hallochandannagar.com/) and its founder Kalyan Chakraborty.
Pierre Loti & Claude Debussy
Le pianiste Mathieu Grégoire interprète “La terrasse des audiences du clair de lune” de Claude Debussy. Quel est le rapport entre cette partition et l’Inde?
Andrew Bowhay and the Goldsmith Catalogue
Former anaesthetist Andrew Bowhay gives an insight into his work with “French Books on India” meticulously tracing references to early printed books at the British Library, London via Goldsmith’s British Museum Short Title Catalogue of French Books for (1601-1700).