Former president of Assam Theosophical Federation DN Chakravartty condoled Dr Kunja Medhi's, retired head of the Dept of Political Science, Gauhati University, and a pioneer theosophist of North East India in The Assam Tribune.
The same Newspaper reported also from a medical camp organised to celebrate Adiyar Day organized by city-based Theosophical Order of Service (TOS) and others.
A timely new edition of the classic "Sacred Trees" by Nathaniel Altman (He was a faculty member at the Krotona School of Theosophy in Ojai, California) explores the ancient human connection to trees and the positive and lasting roles that trees have played in human evolution through the ages, as digitaljournal.com reported.
Google celebrated the this year womans day again with a so called Google-doodle, which is a tribut to remarkable women across the world, also Rukmini Devi Arundale, the legendary Bharatnatyam exponent, theosophist and founder of Kalakshetra, as The Better India reported in the article Rukmini Devi Arundale, the Legend Who Chose Dance Over Becoming the President of India.
A book-review in Island.lk of Confrontations with Colonialism – Resistance, Revivalism and Reform under British Rule in Sri Lanka. 1796 – 1920 (Volume 1). By Dr. P.V.J. Jayasekara includes also chapters about the cultural history of Sri Lanka (until 1972 Ceylon) and therfore also Theosophy is a topic, because the "three leading Theosophists, Blavatsky, Olcott, and Annie Beasant, made a powerful impact on Buddhist and nationalist movements in Ceylon."
It seems that Roberto Assagioli (1888-1974) an Italian psychotherapist, father of an approach called “Psychosynthesis”, a younger collaborator of C.G. Jung and S. Freud was influenced by Theosophy, as Media for Freedom reported here.
Patheos.com published an article about Swami Vivekananda,one of the main representatives of Neo-Vedanta, that had, if we believe Wikipedia, also a relation to Theosophy. Also swarajyamag.com reported about the "monk who established a new religious order in the name of his guru, Sri Ramakrishna".
In the French/English language film "Personal Shopper" which won the Best Director Award at Cannes, has a mention of Theosophy, as we can read here at wearemoviegeeks.com, but probably in a malicious context.
At The News in an article named The ills of modernity Amir Hussain, the author, mentioed Theosophy as one way out of this "illnes".
The Guardian mentioned H.P. Blavatsky in an article named From Frankenstein to feminism: how electricity powered our imaginations.
Wildhunt.org reports about the founding of a Irish Network for the Study of Esotericism and Paganism (INSEP), which seems to have also "theosophical" roots, whatever this means in this case, as you can read here, but the logo of this Network is quite similar to the Logo of the Theosophical Society.
An article about Maitreya and therefore also the currently died Benjamin Creme also mentioned Madame Blavatsky and Theosophy as its roots, as you can read here.
In an article at The Catholic Herald a book from a New Age devotee who became a Catholic is reviewed where also Blavatsky is mentioded, read here.
There are also some references to Theosophy in an article about Carole Lombard, a Hollywood actress of the 1930's at philly.com.
Jill Roe, historian and acclaimed biographer of Miles Franklin, also a supporter of Theosophy of Rudolf Steiner, has died aged 76, as abc.net.au reported.
The complete collection of works by theosophy-inspirated artist Piet Mondrian at the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague will go on display in the largest exhibition of the artist’s work ever mounted from June to September 2017, as artlyst.com reported.
Straight.com published an article about a documentary about the Theosophy-inspirated Artist Lawren Harris named "Where the Universe Sings: The Spiritual Journey of Lawren Harris" by Peter Raymont and Nancy Lang. Rated Gas you can read here and here. Also The Globe and Mail reported in an article about it. Also The National Post published an article about the new documentary about Lawren Harris.
About Alexei Jawlensky, a russian artist the New York Times wrote two times, because of an exhibition in the "Neue Galerie" in Manhatten trough May 29.
Also the Italian artist Giacomo Balla (1871-1958) exposed at National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rome until March, seems to be Theosophy-inspirated, as ilsore24ore.com reported.
TheGlobeandMail.com advertises a new comic named Fantagraphics by Ron Regé Jr. which partly illustrates excerpts from Madame Blavatsky’s Cosmogenesis, see here for more information.
Also a book review at reddirtreport.com of the The Lost City of Z: A Tale of Deadly Obsession in the Amazon by David Grann mentioned Blavatsky in relation to Col. Fawcett.