This volume puts together the oral narratives of women survivors of collective violence that took place in Hyderabad, Mumbai and Gujarat in the recent past. Spanning three decades of events, these voices represent different classes and rural and urban locations. It challenges existing assumptions on minority women’s engagement with public and private institutions in a post-conflict context. The narratives presented here foreground a critique of power and contemporary society rooted in these women’s experiences of violence and survival.
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