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Ruptures and Reproduction in Caste/Gender/Labour

As someone who has been part of the articulations of the autonomouswomen’s movements in India, in Chennai and Mumbai, I hope, along with others in this quest, to continue a self-critical refl ection through this paper, and to seek dialogic spaces out of feminist impasses. Many thanks to Sharmila Rege and admini Swaminathan for this opportunity and their support in writing this paper or the EPW. Special thanks to friends in the Forum Against Oppression of Women, and Apoorva Kaiwar, Mary E John, Ranjana Padhi, V Geetha, Nandini Manjrekar and Asha Achuthan for discussions and suggestions that enriched both this paper and my mind.

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