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

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EPW’s Crisis—the ‘Small Voice’

The Economic & Political Weekly has completed its 51st year. This last year has been one of upheaval and forced change. In the public discourse, over the developments of the last month in particular, many questions have been raised about EPW, and its future. This is as good a time as any to reflect not just on the EPW’s past, but also on the future course it ought to take. For this, we need the participation and engagement of the wider EPW community.

Bernard D’Mello reflects on some of the issues of concern in this imaginary conversation.

The intimacy and proximity of the EPW and the EPW community are what have kept the venture going. Let’s just call them Rose and Jack, after the two fictional characters of James Cameron’s epic movie Titanic.

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Updated On : 24th Aug, 2017
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