Sipra Mukherjee is Professor, Department of English, West Bengal State University. She has translated Manoranjan Byapari's Interrogating My Chandal Life: Autobiography of A Dalit (Sage-Samya, 2018) which won The Hindu Non-Fiction Award, 2019. A founding member of the Centre for Studies on Borders and Movements, Kolkata, Sipra is presently archiving the local cultures of Bengal’s North 24-Parganas.
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'We too have our Sun', writes a woman Dalit poet, challenging the established canons of Bangla literature that resist Dalit's entry. With translations from Bengal only beginning in the twenty-first...
Raju J DasRaju J Das is a Professor at York University, Toronto. His research and teaching interests include theory in political economy and India's economy and politics. His most recent book is Marxist Class T
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John Harriss is Professor of International Studies at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada. He has been a visiting researcher at the Madras Institute of Development Studies and has published
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