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Subaltern Studies drew their field from Gramsci’s writing on the subaltern which he define in terms of subordinate social groups and classes.

Gramsci was interested in identifying these groups, studying their histories and representations to bring about a transformation of their consciousness and their material living condition. 258 more words


who belongs in the Indian City? - an experiment in defining indian urbanity by conner singh vanderbeek

An essay by Conner Singh Vanderbeek as part of the series Urban Body : Entrapments & Releases, to celebrate 70 years of independence.

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New Culture

“Dalit Women and Foodscape: A Subaltern Feminist Perspective” by Shalini Mulackal (India)

Shalani Mulackal starts from a Dalit perspective in her reflection on “Dalit Women and Foodscape: A Subaltern Feminist Perspective.” She shares the situation of single woman parent in Delhi with 2 children with not enough to buy food. 444 more words

Papers And Articles

The Small Voices of History..

What if I were to ask you to name the people associated with national movements? You most probably would come up with names like Mahatma Gandhi, Bhagat Singh, Subash Chandra Bose and many more. 679 more words

NEW ISSUE - borderlands (16.1)

ACCESS ISSUE ONLINE: http://www.borderlands.net.au/issues/vol16no1.html


  • INTRODUCTION – Anne Begg & Vijay Devadas
    Border politics
  • Anelynda Mielke – Objectifying the Border: Symbolism and Subaltern Experience of Borders in Palestine and Canada…
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About not fearing the future

I reckon that our fears about the future are mostly embodiments of how we feel about the world and how we feel about ourselves in it. 488 more words

Analyzing the Subaltern: An invisible strikethrough

“Since the word is inaccurate, it is crossed out. Since it is necessary, it is left eligible.”
– Martin Heidegger, in a letter to Ernst Junger, 1956. 1,053 more words

Masters Degree Life: Media Criticism