ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846


YouTube channels by independent journalists from Bastar tell stories of everyday life and challenge the overt securitisation of the region in mainstream discourse.
Baburao Bagul’s short story, “Jevha Mi Jaat Chorli Hoti,” reveals how caste fundamentally perpetuates different kinds of theft.
Poonguzhali is sexualised and objectified by the characters of Ponniyin Selvan and the film-maker on account of her marginalised caste.
Traditional fisheries in the Gulf of Mannar have a 200-year-old history of being criminalised, based on a colonial framing of threats of conservation.
A form of soft power, gastrodiplomacy is widely employed by states trying to construct a particular image through subtle ways.
Priya Thuvassery’s documentary Coral Woman situates the exhaustion of corals at the intersection of environmental humanities and postcolonial studies.
McCluskieganj is an important part of the grand narrative of the imagination of the pashchim, a place of fantasy in the minds of Bengali readers.
Postcolonial fiction and the early Indian English novel foreshadow and expand Ranajit Guha’s vision for the subaltern.
Syam Sudhakar’s poem “Muziris” grieves the loss of the countless memories attached to the once-thriving port city.


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