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Articles by: T T Sreekumar

The Huntington Thesis:The Dogma Of The Far-Right And The Ideology Of White Supremacist Terror

The Huntington Thesis:The Dogma Of The Far-Right And The Ideology Of White Supremacist Terror

The shocking context of the white supremacist hateful terror attack that killed 50 Muslims and injured as many as 34 others offering prayers at the Al Noor mosque, in Christchurch, New Zealand,cannot be seen in isolation from the ideological strands that get woven into the anti-migrant, anti-Muslim narrative that was primarily triggered by the publication of Samuel Huntington’s book, “Clash[Read More…]

Fighting Peripheralization: The Dalit Movement Against A Hindu Caste-Wall In Kerala

Fighting Peripheralization: The Dalit Movement Against A Hindu Caste-Wall In Kerala

  The Dalit land rights movement in Vadayambady, Kerala, against a ‘Caste Wall’ built by the Hindu temple run by the upper caste Nair Shudras and their organization called Nair Service Society (NSS) is one movement that needs to be reckoned for its close relationship with the trajectories of the socio-political and economic history of anti-caste struggles in the region.[Read More…]

Book Review: Reclaiming Edward Said’s Political Legacies

Book Review: Reclaiming Edward Said’s Political Legacies

Prasad Pannian (2016) Edward Said and the Politics of Subjectivity, United States: Palgrave Macmillan. Pg. XII, 205 Edward said, a towering intellectual and political philosopher of our times, was also a crusader of justice and human rights. He taught us to rethink the colonial enterprise in precise political terms by delineating the epistemological violence at its core. He underscored the[Read More…]