Writing Caste/Writing Gender: Narrating Dalit Women's Testimonies

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Zubaan, 1 apr. 2014

'The women tell it like it is... So riveting is the narration that it is difficult to put down the book until their stories are finished. For a non-fiction academic work this is no small feat.’ — The Hindu

Sharmila Rege’s path breaking study of Dalit women’s writings and lives offers a powerful counter-narrative to the mainstream assumptions about the development of feminism in India in the 20th century. Extensive extracts from eight Dalit women’s writings cover issues such as food and hunger, community, caste, labour, education, violence, resistance and collective struggle. The voices that resound throughout the book, reveal that Dalit feminism, far from being ‘silent’ as so often presumed, is rich, powerful, layered – and highly articulate.

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Title Page
Debating the Consumption of Dalit Autobiographies
Shantabai Dhanaji Dani 19192001
Mukta Sarvagod 19222004
Mitleli Kavaade
Majya Jalmachi Chittarkatha
Jinne Amuche
Urmila Pawar 1945
Janabai Kachru Girhe 1958
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Over de auteur (2014)

Sharmila Rege was head of the Krantijyoti Savitribai Phule Women's Studies Centre at the University of Pune, and a well-known feminist academic.

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