All About Ambedkar : A Journal on Theory and Praxis
 YEAR-2021| VOLUME-2| ISSUE-2      

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   Vacuuming the Dalit Identity: Upper-caste Writers and the Bubble of Representation in Indian Novels
   Uday Khanna
   pp. 59-69

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   A Language of One’s Own: The Politics of the Body, Language and Identity in Sukirtharani’s Poetry  
   B. Mangalam  
   pp. 70-87
              
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   Subalternizing Caste: Questioning the Postcolonial Reading of Subalternity vis-à-vis Caste in Spivak’s Translation of “Draupadi”
   Ahana Bhattacharjee   
   pp. 88-99
   
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   Caste, Ecology and Nature: Environmentalism in Indian Dalit Literature   
   Nishanta Ghatak   
   pp. 100-112
   
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   Vulnerable Manhood and Subordinate Dalit Masculinity: A Critical Study of Select Dalit Autobiographical Narratives   
   Mahamadul Hassan Dhabak  
  
   pp. 113-127
   
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   B. R. Ambedkar and His Radical Anti-Caste Philosophy   
   Susmita Paul
   pp. 128-146
   
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   Till Death Do Us Part: Casteism, Economic Divide and Patriarchy in the Death Rituals of the Bengali Hindus   
   Aritra Basu
   pp. 147-159
  
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   Reading Annihilation of Caste from a Cultural Perspective   
   Dipak Barkhade
   pp. 160-167
   
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   Postcolonial Governance and Social Stratification: Revisiting Ambedkar to Imagine Inclusive Society   
   Mustakim Ansary
   pp. 168-182
  
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   “Someone like Ashoka the Great will be born again to set up a casteless society”: An Interview with Manohar Mouli Biswas   
   Mahitosh Mandal
   pp. 183-195 
   
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   Understanding Caste and Its Unperturbed Continuation in Article 15    
   Sangita Neogi
   pp. 196-203

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   A Bitter Remembrance: Re-vision of Ambedkar’s Political Cartoons in No Laughing Matter      
   Jahnavi Gupta
   
   pp. 204-209 
 
   
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