Ashis Nandy is a political and cultural psychologist and a futurist. Some of his books are Alternative Sciences, At the Edge of Psychology, The Intimate Enemy, The Savage Freud and Other Essays on Possible and Retrievable Selves, The Romance of the State, Breakfast with Evil, and Bonfire of Creeds. He received the Grand Prize of the Fukuoka Asian Cultural Prizes in 2007 and the Hans-Kilian award from the Koehler Foundation for his cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural work in 2019. His works have been translated into more than fifteen languages. Nandy is presently a Homi Bhabha Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS) and a Distinguished Fellow of the Institute of Postcolonial Studies at Melbourne.
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