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Contents: Unmasking the Conflict: Making sense of the recent uprisings in Kashmir (Issue 32)

Guest-Editorial:The memory of oppressed people is one thing that cannot be taken away”
Idrees Kanth and Muhammad Tahir 

Recorded Rotten Stereo Sounds, A Rape Survivor’s Testimonial
Uzma Falak 

Public Safety Act and the making and unmaking of the Dangerous Individual in Kashmir
Shrimoyee Nandini Ghosh 

For Normalcy’s Sake
Basharat Ali 

Everyday Resistance, An overview of 2016 Uprising in Kashmir
Mehraj Bhat 

The Conflict, The Crisis, and the Kashmiri Youth
Muhammad Tahir 

“Inside Out”: Autobiography, History, and the Comic Form in Malik Sajad’s Munnu: A Boy from Kashmir
Amrita Singh 

The Imamate of Resistance
Tavseef Mairaj 

Delegation Drama
Rouf Dar 

Tenacious Childhood in the Occupied Vale
Sadaf Thakur 

The Economics of the Kashmir Conflict
Bilal Hussain

It was the Blood!
Huzaifa Pandit 

Non-Domination: A Just Course for Kashmiri Self-Determination
Latief Ahmad Dar and Rayees Ahmad Bhat

Toward a Pragmatic/Liberal Position on Kashmir for Outsiders
Cheshta Arora and Debarun Sarkar


For more stories, read Café Dissensus Everyday, the blog of Café Dissensus Magazine.

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