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Sudhir Vadaketh

Sudhir Vadaketh

Co-founder | Editor-in-Chief

Sudhir’s work is focused on amplifying the voices of people marginalised by dominant power structures. His areas of concern are inequality, corporate and political hegemonies, and social hierarchies.

Sudhir Vadaketh

Sudhir Vadaketh

Co-founder | Editor-in-Chief

Sudhir’s work is focused on amplifying the voices of people marginalised by dominant power structures. His areas of concern are inequality, corporate and political hegemonies, and social hierarchies.

Sudhir Vadaketh

Sudhir Vadaketh

Co-founder | Editor-in-Chief

Sudhir’s work is focused on amplifying the voices of people marginalised by dominant power structures. His areas of concern are inequality, corporate and political hegemonies, and social hierarchies.

Jean Hew

Jean Hew

Head of Research

Jean's work is fundamentally motivated by curiosity, compassion and a commitment towards community-building. She is passionate about philosophy, feminism, art and food culture.

Jean Hew

Jean Hew

Head of Research

Jean's work is fundamentally motivated by curiosity, compassion and a commitment towards community-building. She is passionate about philosophy, feminism, art and food culture.

Jean Hew

Jean Hew

Head of Research

Jean's work is fundamentally motivated by curiosity, compassion and a commitment towards community-building. She is passionate about philosophy, feminism, art and food culture.

See also

Charmaine Poh

Charmaine Poh

Co-founder | Head of Visual Culture and Media
Faris Joraimi

Faris Joraimi

History Editor
Tsen-Waye Tay

Tsen-Waye Tay

Co-founder | Head of Content
Fiachra Ross

Fiachra Ross

Social Media Manager
Taahira Ayoob

Taahira Ayoob

Social Media Manager
Nicholas Fang

Nicholas Fang

Sports editor

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