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Shonu Nangia

Shonu Nangia

Shonu Nangia is an academic, linguist, and translator-interpreter by training and works as an Associate Professor of Foreign Languages at LSU-Alexandria (USA) where he teaches French and Spanish. His scholarly work has appeared in Electronic Journal of Foreign Language Teaching, Michigan Academician, Folia Linguistica et Literaria, The Journal of College Writing, Louisiana Communication Journal, and a host of other places. He is also the author of the book Male-Female Relations in the Literary Maghreb: Poetics and Politics of Violence and Liberation in Francophone North African Literature by Tahar Ben Jelloun. He also enjoys organizing film festivals and yoga and meditation workshops.

How India Can Thwart Pakistan’s Kartarpur Gambit
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How India Can Thwart Pakistan’s Kartarpur Gambit

Shonu Nangia- November 15, 2019

India must focus on preventing the radicalization of Indian Sikh pilgrims visiting Pakistan. If the minds of Indian Sikh pilgrims are radicalized by false propaganda ... Read More

Language – Transcending the Political Space
Archives, Commentary

Language – Transcending the Political Space

Shonu Nangia- April 16, 2018

As a transformative force, a new language thus offers us ever new ways of “being” or “becoming” – as we may choose. A new language ... Read More

Looking Back At Linguistic Prejudice Against ‘Hindi Medium’ Prime Minister Modi
Archives, Rights (Discrimination & Appeasement)

Looking Back At Linguistic Prejudice Against ‘Hindi Medium’ Prime Minister Modi

Shonu Nangia- June 1, 2017

The article responds to the prevailing belief that Prime Minster Modi’s personal preference for Hindi is something negative that spelled tragedy for India. Read More

L’Affaire Azaan and Noise Pollution in India
Archives, Rights (Discrimination & Appeasement)

L’Affaire Azaan and Noise Pollution in India

Shonu Nangia- April 21, 2017

Sonu Nigam's opposition to azaan makes sense since noise pollution is a big problem in India. Read More

Is NGT panel’s attack on AOL rooted in Secularist malice and mediocrity?
Archives, Rights (Discrimination & Appeasement)

Is NGT panel’s attack on AOL rooted in Secularist malice and mediocrity?

Shonu Nangia- September 16, 2016

This article delves into the political skullduggery surrounding the artificially manufactured environmental controversy by NGT against AOL. Read More

The Orlando Carnage: Terrorism or Hate Crime?
Archives, Commentary

The Orlando Carnage: Terrorism or Hate Crime?

Shonu Nangia- June 25, 2016

Muslim leadership across the world must unequivocally not just condemn what happened in Orlando, but more importantly initiate some reorientations in their own societies. Read More

Demographic Changes: Is Bengal Sitting On A Volcano?
Archives, Demography (Persecution & Proselytisation)

Demographic Changes: Is Bengal Sitting On A Volcano?

Shonu Nangia- April 14, 2016

Defeating the Islamist forces and their allies like the TMC will require tremendous will and tremendous Hindu unity within Bengal. Read More