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The Realities of Higher Educational Institutions for Dalit Students

Sagar Kumbhare

Sagar Kumbhare “May be I was wrong, all the while, in understanding world. In understanding love, pain, life, death. There was no urgency. But I always was rushing. Desperate to start a life. All the while, some people, for them, life itself is curse. My birth is my fatal accident. I can never recover from …

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Poverty of Philosophy within Liberals in Understanding Anti-Caste Politics

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  Omprakash Mahato There are social scientists who develop their views on caste through textual means, attending conferences and seminars, observing society from a distance etc. While reading textbooks is the conventional way, some scholars tend to develop their ‘theories’ from watching Bollywood movies, reading newspapers,viewing newsroom studios debates, discussing and debating with research scholars …

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The Invisible Matter between the Particular and the Universal: Dalit Identity and Indian Parliamentary Marxism

Anilkumar pv

  Anilkumar PV Primo Levi’s writing is a sad and remarkable testimony to the ineluctable epistemological crisis one finds oneself in when writing becomes an act of confronting the nuances of the particular and the universal. His writing looks directly at the unfathomable terror of modernity encapsulated in the Nazi gas chambers. The relentless skeptic …

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Caste in cinema and music: the Kerala experience

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~ Caste in cinema and music: the Kerala experience ~ A S Ajith Kumar talks to Dalit Camera  Dalit Camera: Through Un-Touchable Eyes This is the first part of an interview with A S Ajith Kumar, writer, musician and filmmaker based in Trivandrum. The interview was conducted by Radhika Pai and Gopika Nangia after the …