ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

Articles By V Geetha

Justice, Care, and Feminist Spaces

Hard-won feminist victories of the last few decades, especially pertaining to the crime of sexual assault, are at the risk of being forgotten in both civic and judicial memory. It is important, therefore, to restate the political and social premises that shaped feminist interventions in the past, and which continue to be important for all those who seek to intervene in matters relating to sexuality, violence, family and community.

Sexual Harassment and Elusive Justice

In the light of the recent sharing of lists of alleged sexual harassers in Indian academia, the aim and direction of the feminist movement is being debated anew. Questions of exercise of power, justice, and faith in due process have been asked. The author looks back at the case of Bhanwari Devi and the grain of past feminist struggles to chart ways ahead.