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Resisting disappearance military occupation and women's activism in Kashmir Ather Zia

By: Zia, Ather [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Decolonizing feminisms.Publisher: New Jersey World Scientific 2019Description: xv, 267p.ISBN: 9780295744995.Subject(s): Muslim women -- Political activity -- India -- Jammu and Kashmir | Women political activists -- India -- Jammu and Kashmir | Disappeared persons -- India -- Jammu and Kashmir | Human rights -- India -- Jammu and Kashmir | Civil-military relations -- Jammu and Kashmir | Military government -- Jammu and Kashmir | Jammu and Kashmir (India) -- History -- Autonomy and independence movementsDDC classification: 320.08209546
Contents:
The politics of mourning -- The politics of democracy -- The killable Kashmiri body -- The politics of visibility -- Enforced disappearance of the other kind -- Militarizing humanitarianism -- Retelling and remembering -- Obliteration and transmutation.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The politics of mourning -- The politics of democracy -- The killable Kashmiri body -- The politics of visibility -- Enforced disappearance of the other kind -- Militarizing humanitarianism -- Retelling and remembering -- Obliteration and transmutation.

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