This essay charts a vision of Humanities education in terms of global and social responsibilities. Positioned at the intersections of theory and practice, knowledge and experience, and teaching and learning, the author draws on social, historical and personal narratives to address numerous issues raised by colonial and postcolonial inequalities.
Daniel J. Rycroft is Associate Professor in Arts and Cultures of Asia, Department of Art History and World Art Studies, University of East Anglia. He is currently Chair, India Dialogue there.
The Humanities in India as Pluralist Pedagogy