Centre for Academic Translation and Archiving
“Selected Essays of Shrilal Shukla”: a collective translation project
Hina Nandrajog, Nupur Mittal, Afzal Mohammed, Akhilesh Kumar, Abhishek Bhaskar, Ragini Nayak, Kanika Sharma, Prem Kumari Srivastava, Maaz Bin Bilal, Gautam Choubey, Lalit Kumar, Himanshu Kumar
Translation of Apuk Apaga Rairei Khare: France Khava, 1917-18, By S. Kanrei. Translated from Tangkhul by Luithui Khanthing. The Centre will publish this soon with Through War, Rebellion and Riot another World War I memoir by Ronen Sen.
“Meet the Author”
A series of video-interviews with eminent writers from diverse Indian languages:
Sheoraj Singh Bechain
The centre has begun discussions with the following authors to acquire digital copies of their manuscripts, unpublished writings and private papers.
Street-Lit, or popular literature in the following languages
Assamese (70 Books)
Bodo (6 Books)
Damol (Special Issue), November 2004 – February 2005
Damol (11th Year, 1st Issue), 2006
52 issues of The Legacy (Tangkhul-English Journal)
Crime and Violence (Meitei magazine on gender and crime in Manipur)
Harishchandra’s Magazine (1873-75)