AURTHAAT ARCHIVES is a creative research and academic archive, inviting and presenting researchers (associated with specific institutions and independent researchers) and academicians who are interested and/or involved with research associated with unique, undocumented and 'not so much talked about' histories, cultures and traditions around the world.
The platform looks forward to publishing and promoting documentary research on the following areas: postcolonial studies, decolonial studies, history, sociology, anthropology, geography,critical race studies, performing arts, visual arts, sports, political science, history of science and economics.
THE CENTRAL PURPOSE of including so many disciplines is to develop a de-hierarchical and horizontal, transdisciplinary platform for regular socio-historical and cultural dialogues.
BESIDES DOCUMENTARY MAKING, Aurthaat also encourages the presentation of researches in audio and visual formats of individuals and/or events, and photographs that portray unique cultures, traditions, customs, practices, etc.
All the video/audio/photographs should be complemented by a short write up, which briefly describes the researcher's work.
Apart from this website, we are also running a Facebook page and YouTube channel to interact, share and promote our engagements. You are warmly invited to share your works and ideas through this website, Facebook page and YouTube channel.