Samyukta: A Journal of Women’s Studies (July 2013) Vol. XIII. No. 2

This number of Samyukta brings to light key sections from a study conducted by N. Sasidharan. The study is an analysis of the evolution of radicalism in Kerala politics. It examines in detail, with corroborative evidence, how the Communist Party of India (Marxist) could place itself at the vanguard of radicalism in Keralam by skillful management of the socio-economic and political situations in the state and by systematically building up its mass base from the 1930s.

CONTENTS
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TOWARDS CLASS CONSCIOUSNESS: RADICAL POLITICS IN KERALAM
N SASIDHARAN

 

WOMEN IN NATIONALIST MOVEMENT
S. CHANDRIKA

 

THE STORY OF MALAYALAM CINEMA : BIRTH AND EARLY YEARS (1928 – 1950)
CHANDRALEKHA K. R.

 

WHO MADE THEM COMMUNIST: AN ENQUIRY INTO THOPPIL BHASI’S YOU MADE ME A COMMUNIST
SHIYANA R.

 

THE UNASSAILABLE VOICE OF SOLIDARITY: SOCIAL TRASFORMATION THROUGH PROTEST SONGS
ANUSREE R. NAIR

 

BENGALI MUSLIM WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION IN 20THCENTURY INDIAN NATIONAL LIBERATION POLITICS
FIROJ HIGH SARWAR

 

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