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Contents – India at 70: The Many Partitions (Issue 38)



India at 70: the Many Partitions
Bhaswati Ghosh 

Partition’s forgotten children

Partition of Lives: Memory, Trauma and Nostalgia of East Bengali Refugee Women in West Bengal
Subhasri Ghosh

The Forgotten Partitions of Northeast India and its Lingering Legacies
Binayak Dutta and Suranjana Choudhury

Zorami: A Redemption Song
Bhumika R

The Dogs of Tithwal: Imagining Animals in Partition
Susan Haris 

For a country called freedom

Vedji and His Times
Ahmad Zaboor

Photo-Essay: “We want freedom” – Kashmir
Nitasha Kaul

Beyond the barbed fence

The Citizen and the Constructed Other − Bangladeshi Migrants in West Bengal
Anindita Chakrabarty

Bureaucratizing “choice”: Longing, belonging, and not knowing in the India-Bangladesh exchange of enclaves
Sahana Ghosh 

Healing fractured selves

Remembering a Refugee City
Debjani Sengupta

Towards A Kindlier Self: Analysing Partition through Ashwin Sanghi’s The Sialkot Saga
Priyanka Chatterjee

Revisiting Saadat Hasan Manto: Lessons in Secularism and Humanism
Sana Khan 

When the voiceless speak

Post-Partition (1947-58) Refugee-hood in Bengal – A Critical Reading of Published Autobiographies
Ekata Bakshi 

Rising Dalit assertion to counter dominant Brahmanical political narratives
Vidya Bhushan Rawat

What remains

Revisiting Abdullah Hussein’s ‘The Weary Generations’: Politics, Poetics and Partition
Raza Naeem

The Remains of Home: Remembering Partition through the Trials and Travels of Objects
Sohini Chakraborty

Photo-Essay: The Delhi within Delhi
Jayshree Shukla

Jeene Nahin Doonga: India’s Persistent Partitions
Bhupinder Singh

Where now?

The Last Nail
John Dayal

Divyang: The Latest Frontier
Nandini Ghosh

Partitioning “Us” and “Them” – the politics of othering
Sabiha Farhat

Photo-credit: Bhaswati Ghosh


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

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    August 22, 2017

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