Assistant Professor at St. Joseph's College, Bengaluru.
Former Assistant Professor at Jain University, Bengaluru.
Former Faculty at Baduku Community College, Bengaluru
Article 15 is an essential movie dealing with some hard issues of caste and gender. Here's nuanced review by a Dalit woman writer that questions some of these.
The trailer of new movie 'Article 15' based on the real events of gender and caste based violence in Badaun promises to tell the story of Dalit women's experiences in India.
Women have always been photographed through a 'male lens', looking at them as sexualised 'objects' - here are ordinary women of Bhutan, going about their lives, seen through a feminist lens.
Coming Out As Dalit, as the title suggests, is a memoir of a young Dalit woman Yashica Dutt, who documents her experience of being systematically forced to hide her Dalit identity to get somewhere in the world.
Born in an urban Dalit family, my experiences of traveling alone to places have formed a world view about Dalit women, mobility and empowerment. Here's my story of travelling by myself.
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