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Details of the webinar
Topic- Book Discussion on “The Punished”
Date- 4th March 2021
Time- 7:30 PM IST
About the Speaker
Ms. Jahnavi Misra, Author, The Punished
Jahnavi Misra is a writer, researcher and filmmaker. She has a PhD in English literature from Durham University, UK, and her current research work focusses on the ways in which feminist philosophy interacts with feminine sexuality. Her short stories, creative nonfiction pieces and academic work have appeared in various print and online journals over the years. Her interests in filmmaking lie mostly in animation.
Eligibility and Streaming Platform
The book discussion would cater to people from diverse backgrounds who would be interested in the book.
The session will be live-streamed on the YouTube channel of The Law Culture.
E-certificates will be provided to the attendees of the session.
Please register for the session using the link provided below