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Postscript

Postscript
Mobile media is intricately interwoven into the public and private lives of migrant workers, bringing together multiple, previously divergent functions.
Chandalika constructs a “nationalist subject” capable of annihilating caste, while simultaneously implementing new standards of morality rooted in casteist and sexist ideologies.
Returning Migrant Workers and the Sound of Empty Vessels A satirical take on a couple watching, from the wings, as migrant workers walked thousands of kilometres back to their villages one year ago.
Supporting characters in contemporary Malayalam cinema echo the trope of the “magical Negro” in American cinema.
Mary Hays, the 18th-century English writer, remains an unfamiliar name despite the recent efforts of feminist literary theory to reclaim the lost tradition of women’s writing.
The online classroom, with its emphasis on intangible concepts and symbols, opens up unseen relationships between time, knowledge, culture, and society in determining a student’s identity.
Notes from an Ambedkarite cultural troupe about taking the protest site online.
Web series like Aashram offer more honest and rooted representations of Dalit communities, but not entirely without a Savarna gaze.

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