Author: Sudeshna Dutta

Sasandiri: A small attempt to understand the meaning of place from the perspective of the Munda community

Published on December 15, 2018 under volume1-issue4-article
Sasandiri: A small attempt to understand the meaning of place from the perspective of the Munda community
Jharkhand, one of the mineral-rich states of India, is the abode of various Adivasi communities.  With the advent of resource hungry technocentric civilisation, the lands of Jharkhand became precious for ‘development’. Due to the development projects the Adivasis and Moolvasis of Jharkhand have been facing the trauma of displacement. The…
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Indebtedness: A way to read ‘Sustainability’

Published on March 31, 2018 under biodiversity
Indebtedness: A way to read ‘Sustainability’
I think I first came across with the word sustainability in a Bengali science magazine meant for the teenagers. It was the first half of nineties.  India was gearing itself for another word-Globalization. The naivety of the tender age  made me believe that the word sustainability falls into the domain…
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