In 2017, in what sparked the #MeToo movement in India, the List of Sexual Harassers in Academia (LoSHA) brought out names of 75 academics called out on grounds of sexual assault. The list, which included established and upcoming academics from across India, caused much outrage: some expressed shock, others called out the need for “due process”.
But it does not take Sherlock Holmes-levels of detective work to realise that little came out of it. Most of the academics on the list continued to teach, and the movement died a......
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