“The biggest decision in publishing is ‘who gets published?’ Whose ideas, world views, and idioms get added to the great library?
Anasuya Sengupta is the Co-founder and Co-Director of Whose Knowledge?, a global campaign to center the knowledge of marginalized communities on the Internet. Before that, she was Chief Grantmaking Officer at the Wikimedia Foundation, and a program director at the Global Fund for Women. She is a thoughtful, pragmatic leader whose work continually inspires and effects change – not least at Wikipedia, one of the world’s most prominent publications.
In this in-depth conversation, Arthur and Anasuya discuss the bigger picture: where book publishing fits into the universe of human knowledge, and what that means for our decisions as book-makers.”
Listen to the podcast episode.
Interview to Anasuya Sengupta by Arthur Attwell
How Books Are Made | March 28, 2021