Knowing In Our Own Ways

Kaul, N. 2018. Knowing In Our Own Ways . Economic and Political Weekly. 53 (47), pp. 33-35.

TitleKnowing In Our Own Ways
TypeJournal article
AuthorsKaul, N.
Abstract

In the powerful idiom of postcolonial criticality, the question we should ask is not “Can the Kashmiri women speak?” but rather “Can you hear them?”

KeywordsKashmir, Women, Gender, Conflict, Politics, Militarisation, Masculinity, Protest, Feminist
JournalEconomic and Political Weekly
Journal citation53 (47), pp. 33-35
ISSN2349-8846
Year2018
PublisherEconomic and Political Weekly
Web address (URL)https://www.epw.in/journal/2018/47/review-womens-studies/knowing-our-own-ways.html
Publication dates
Published01 Dec 2018

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