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Extractivism

 

a symposium on

 

extraction, indigeneity and

 

self-determination

 

symposium participants

 

 

THE PROBLEM

Posed by Malvika Gupta, D. Phil candidate, Department of International Development,

University of Oxford;

and Felix Padel, Research Associate, Sussex University

 

EXTRACTIVISM, INDIGENOUS RESISTANCE AND

REVIVAL WORLDWIDE

Joan Martinez-Alier, Emeritus Professor of Economic History and

Researcher at the Autonomous University of Barcelona

 

EXTRACTIVE STORIES AND THEORIES IN NORTHEAST INDIA

Dolly Kikon, Anthropologist; Senior Lecturer, School of Social and

Political Sciences, University of Melbourne

 

THE TRAUMA OF BEING REGROUPED IN CHHATTISGARH

Vani Xaxa, Consultant and Senior Researcher, Delhi

 

THE NOT-SO-SUBTLE ART OF CREATING WASTELANDS

Madhu Ramnath, Independent researcher in Central India, Chhattisgarh

 

RECONSTRUCTING COGNITIVE JUSTICE

Shiv Visvanathan, social science nomad

 

INTERVIEWS FROM THE EXTRACTIVE FRONTIERS IN ODISHA

Rajaraman Sundaresan, activist cum researcher in the field of knowledge studies, Odisha

 

TRIBAL EDUCATION AS A TOOL OF DOMINATION

AND ALIENATION

Ruby Hembrom, Indigenous cultural practitioner, researcher, scholar;

Founder-Director, Adivaani, Kolkata

 

MINING SPONSORED EDUCATION IN WEST PAPUA

Lewis Pyke, Global Development graduate, University of Leeds

 

EXTRACTIVISM AMIDST THE COVID PANDEMIC

Ashok Shrimali, Secretary General, Mines, Minerals and People, Center

For Social Knowledge and Action (SETU), Ahmedabad;

Ravi Rebbapragada, Chairperson, Mines, Minerals and People;

Executive Director, Samata, Visakhapatnam;

and Sree Harica, Director, Samata, Visakhapatnam

 

INDIA’S TRIBAL SITUATION AND SELF-DETERMINATION

Virginius Xaxa, Professor of Human Development; formerly with

Delhi School of Economics and TISS

 

THE PATHALGADI MOVEMENT FOR ADIVASI AUTONOMY

Gladson Dungdung, Adivasi activist, researcher and writer, Ranchi

 

SEARCHING FOR DEMOCRACY IN BASTAR

Lingaram Kodopi, Adivasi journalist and filmmaker, South Chhattisgarh,

with Soni Sori, Adivasi school teacher turned political leader, Sameli village, Dantewada

 

WE WON'T SIT QUIETLY: PARDHI WOMEN DEMAND JUSTICE

Manjana, Kareena, Aanam, Jyoteshwari, and Saanish, Pardhi Youth Collective, Majal, Bhopal

 

FROM THE DEEP RIVERS

Stefano Varese, Professor Emeritus of Native American/Indigenous Studies,

University of California, Davis

 

CONVERSATIONS WITH ANDEAN-AMAZONIAN MEDICINE PRACTITIONERS

Malvika Gupta, D. Phil candidate, Department of International Development, University of Oxford

 

JACINTA'S POEMS

Jacinta Kerketta, poet and writer; Translated by Bhumika Chawla D'souza

and Illustrated by Ita Mehrotra

 

BOOKS

Reviewed by Nandini Sundar, Joe Hill, Savyasaachi and Felix Padel

 

IN MEMORIAM

Maria Aurora Couto 1937-2022

 

 

NEXT MONTH:

She Rules!