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Alana Golmei 

Crimes against Northeast women: Is the state concerned enough?

Anu Ramdas  

In solidarity with all rape survivors

Casteless Academe, Name-calling Dalits? Part 2

Casteless Academe, Name-calling Dalits?

Unpacking ‘Fulminations’: Caste and Patriarchy

My Man

Asha Kowtal 

An unsung Nirbhaya in Kandhamal

Dalit Mahila Garima Yatra: Updates from the Karwan

The Politics of Special Legislations in India

Asha Singh

साइकिल

Ashwini Shelke

And They Say We Are Free

Aqui Thami

You lookin’ at me?

Beena Pallical

Ensuring Equity in Economic Rights for Dalit and Adivasi Women

Challapalli Swarooprani 

Proscribed life

Untouchable Rape

Chitralekha Eramangalathu

What I Have to Say

Cynthia Stephen  

Passing the Chains

Don’t cry for me

The Idea Of Nation And The Subaltern Indian Woman

Jathi, Varna, and Caste and Gender Discrimination

Drishadwadi Bargi

Ourselves as Other

The Dilemma of an upwardly-mobile, English-speaking, Bengali Dalit woman

Harshada Vinaya

Dalit-Bahujan Students Meet in the UK

Hira Bansode  

Yashodhara

Huma Dar

Of Power and Privilege: Faultlines in Upper-Caste/Class Indian Feminism

Jenny Rowena  

Woman and Community

Locating P K Rosy: Can A Dalit Woman Play a Nair Role in Malayalam Cinema Today?

The Protests in Delhi and the Nationalist Paradigm

The ‘Dirt’ in The Dirty Picture: Caste, Gender and Silk Smitha – Part 2

The ‘dirt’ in the Dirty Picture: Caste, Gender and Silk Smitha

Jyotsna Siddharth     

Confessions of a confused Dalit Woman!

Bhagana Outrage: On the dire need for a Collective Struggle

State’s Apathy towards Caste Based Violence

Jupaka Shubhadra 

Wrap me in a raindrop flowered sari

Kongu

Lata P.M.

Silenced by Manu and Mainstream Feminism: Dalit-Bahujan Women and their History

Madhuri Xalxo 

Delhi Protests and the Caste Hindu Paradigm: Of Sacred and Paraded Bodies

Of Struggles, setbacks & awe-inspiring achievements

Mamang Dai 

Small Towns And The River

Minakshee Rode

Dalit women activists on Haryana

When beauty is rendered as a tool to assert and/or negotiate spaces.

Prachi Beula

Reflections: National Dalit and Adivasi Women’s Congress 2013

Pradnya Bhim Sindhu 

From Victimhood to Power: Dalit Mahila Swabhiman Yatra at Hyderabad

Problematizing My Existence!

I already have broken the wall

Years Ago…

Overshadowed…

Pradnya Mangala

Disastrous Dalit-ness

A Visit to Bhima Koregaon

Pramilani Kunda

Liberating Womanhood

Praveena Thaali

Academic Untouchability: The Dalit Woman Experience

Priya Chandran 

Contemplating the Delhi Phenomenon

Rahi Gaikwad  

Mary Kom – a hero among champions

The warriors who slayed babies and other tales

Rashmi Ekka

Kokrajhar Relief Work

Rupali Bansode 

बेटी हूँ

Caste Violence against Women

You can turn and go

The linked caste slavery of the Kolhatis and the Bedias

Dalit Girls Negotiate Women’s Studies

SAVARI 

Flagrant Violation of Victims’ Rights by Media in Badaun

Phule, Tarabai and Ramabai: Feminist Conversations

Whipping up ‘critical pedagogy’: Uncritical defense of NCERT’s violence

Remembering Honnamma

Anti-violence Forum Mission

Sangeeta Pawar

Arundhati Failed to Give a Proper Introduction

Shahjahana 

Laddaafni

Sophy Joseph 

‘Castration’ as a hegemonic form of punishment: A Legal History Point of View

Sreebitha P V

Sanskritization or Appropriation: Caste and Gender in “Indian” Music and Dance

“No Gold” marriages: The Politics of caste/class, and gender

Sruthi Herbert

How Did We Get Here? (Part 1)

Over Their Dead Bodies: The New Politics of Protests

A Dissent Note on the “Dark is Beautiful” Campain

Sujatha Surepally 

Dalit and Adivasi Women Warriors Question Caste and Gender Oppression

Thenmozhi Soundarajan

My Name Is Memory

 

 

 

3 Responses to Authors

  1. Kimberly Rhoten says:

    To whom this may concern,

    I am working on sexual violence issues in India and would greatly appreciate the opportunity to highlight the experiences of the Dalit and their troubles with the legal system. Please feel very free to contact me at: kimberly.rhoten@gmail.com

  2. Joanna says:

    Dear Savari Authors,
    I’m looking for testimonies of Dalit women for a book I’m working on. How can I get in touch with any of you? Warm regards, Joanna

  3. Julia Hauser says:

    Dear Savari authors,

    I am a German historian working on a topic in which Rukmini Devi, whom I find a rather complex figure, is important. I have just read with great interest Sreebitha P V’s article on “Sanskritization or Appropriation: Caste and Gender in “Indian” Music and Dance”, and I would be glad to email her personally with some questions.

    Looking forward to hearing from you, sincerely,

    Julia Hauser

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