ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Violence of Caste Embodiment in Higher Educational Institutions

Dominant Bodies and Their Ethical Performances

The everyday normalised brutality that dominant upper-caste bodies seem to inflict on Dalit Bahujans in elite higher educational institutions is addressed in this article. The reproduction of everyday institutional embodiment displays a direction and an intensity that allow dominant bodies to realise their undiminished being. This direction and intensity are supposedly expressed through the arts of living of the upper castes, namely the domains of cellular, intellectual, and social reproduction.



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Updated On : 20th Jan, 2020

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