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Monthly Archives: September 2008

by Neil Gray, Mute Magazine, 24 September 2008

In the second of a two-part analysis of neoliberalism in the subcontinent, Neil Gray looks at the material economic impact of the policies which ideologies of Indianness legitimate and discusses some of the forces of resistance these have provoked

Just when the extreme right is also rising again, and just when its dynamics have taken new forms […] the analysis of it, and its connection with the wider politics and political economy of our time, has been radically impoverished.
– Radhika Desai

Culture really only has one parent – and that is labour.
– Terry Eagleton Read More »