Vamsee Juluri 

Vamsee Juluri is a professor of media studies at the University of San Francisco and the author of several books including Rearming Hinduism: Nature, Hinduphobia and the Return of Indian Intelligence, Saraswati's Intelligence, and most recently, Writing Across a Cracked World: Hindu Representation and The Logic of Narrative (for a complete list of his books visit his author page at Amazon here).

An Analysis of NPR’s Depiction of Hindus in 2019

Commentary | Posted On: 17 Sep 2019

Even though it was recently unmasked and forced to apologise, NPR has had Hinduphobic views for quite some time.

Language: A medium of life itself

Essay | Posted On: 05 Jun 2019

Language has a deeper meaning attached to it than we realise.

Myth as History, or History as Myth? - Analysis of How Ayodhya’s History is Depicted in BBC and NYT

Essay | Posted On: 22 May 2019

The facts about Ayodhya are often obscured by Western media outlets by suppressing the Hindus' claim to the Ram temple.

Analysis of the Representation of Hindus in Western News Coverage during the 2019 Indian Elections

Essay | Posted On: 17 May 2019

The media coverage of events in India have a heavy tilt where they repeatedly show Hindus in a bad light.

Analysis of the New York Time's coverage of the Pulwama attack and its aftermath

Commentary | Posted On: 12 Mar 2019

The New York Times headlines were used to mislead readers, blame the victims, and clean up after the mass murder of the CRPF jawans.

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