Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific
Issue 22, October 2009
Gender in the Indian Cultural Context
Guest editor Subhash Chandra
Theory, Movement, Context: Women in Culture and Literature in India
Women's Issues in India: An Overview
Psycho-Sexual Universe and Relations of Power
Agniva Lahiri, Founder and Execuitive Director of PLUS-KOLKATA, an NGO working for protection and promotion of rights of transgenders in India
Patriarchal Politics and the (Dis)Empowerment of Hindu Goddesses:
Folk Imagination: Women in Indian Love Legends
Girish Karnad's Naga-mandala: Problematising Feminism
Embedded Imagination and Otherness in Shashi Deshpande's That Long Silence
Theatre and Cinema
'Now I'm Chapal Rani': Chapal Bhaduri's Hyperformative Female Impersonation
Women in Post-Independence Bengal:
Outside the Frame: The Representation of the Hijra in Bollywood Cinema
Is vengeance mine? A Semiotic and Cultural Analysis of the Urban Woman Avenger in Popular Hindi Cinema
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: The Vishakha Guidelines, Implementation and After
Female Genocide in India and the 50 Million Missing Campaign
Life Without Marriage: Actualities of Unmarried Women in Delhi
Of Men, Women and Morals: Gender, Politics and Social Reform in Colonial South India
Amazing Tharu Women: Empowered and in Control
Being Queer in Delhi University: A Personal Narrative
Where Does Friendship End and Where Does Love Begin?
Sukrita Paul Kumar and Malashri Lal (eds)
Craig Jeffrey, Patricia Jeffrey, Roger Jeffrey
Jayant Bhalchandra Bapat and Ian Mabbett (eds)
K. Elango, A. Ayyan Perumal and J. Mohan Raj
Brigitte Baptandier, trans. Kristin Ingrid Fryklund
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