Thachom Poyil Rajeevan Translated by PJ Matthew
Born into affluence in the Malabar district during the British Raj, he gets embroiled in the struggle for Independence, becoming an activist, communist and writer.
HACHETTE, 336 pages
RESISTING DISAPPEARANCE MILITARY OCCUPATION AND WOMEN’S ACTIVISM IN KASHMIR
Ather Zia’s intimate ethnography focusses on what she calls “daily transformations and what might emerge as gradual emancipatory processes instigated by a protracted war” in Kashmir. She writes about the work of the Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons, the intergenerational mourning of enforced disappearances and the increase in women’s participation in civilian demonstrations.
ZUBAAN, 288 PAGES
THE PLAGUE UPON US
Shabir Ahmad Mir
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