Pain, Personhood and the Collective: Dalit Life Narratives
Dalit life narratives have gained prominence in the last two decades in line with the increasing visibility of Dalits in the Indian public sphere and their vociferous demands for a more just political and social order. This can be productively situated not just in the contemporary global context of the proliferation of narratives andtestimonios of human rights violations in other parts of the world, but also in the context of an emerging conversation on the nature of "Dalit personhood" in the...[Show more]
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