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Urmila Pawar: Writings and Readings

 

Fiction:

 

Pawar, Urmila.2003.Aaydaan.Mumbai:Granthali Prakshan.

Pawar, Urmila.1990.Chauthi Bhint.mumbai:Sambodhi Prakashan.

Pawar, Urmila.2004.Haatcha ek.Mumbai Akshar Praksahan.

Pawar, Urmila.1990.Sahav Bot.Mumbai:Sambodhi Prakashan.

 

Interviews

 

Interviews with Pawar 1998, Amihi Itihas ghadawala: Urmila Pawar and The Making of History. Mumbai: SPARROW.

 

Newspaper articles and blogs

 

http://indianexpress.com/article/lifestyle/notes-from-the-margins-dalit-writer-urmila-pawars-autobiography-inspires-a-marathi-play/

Adaptation of Aaydaan as a theatre play

https://www.firstpost.com/living/how-urmila-pawar-broke-the-barriers-of-caste-and-patriarchy-armed-with-only-words-4189059.html

 

Online resources

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6p5ojichbA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSFzOsVPPuQ

 

Translations (English, Print, and Online)

 

Pawar, Urmila. Mother Wit. Trans. Veena Deo. New Delhi: Zubaan, 2013

Academic: (Allied )

Rege, S. (2003). Dalit Feminist Stand Point. In A. Rao (Ed.).Gender and Caste,

Delhi: Kali for Women.

Rege, S.(2013). Against the Madness of Manu. Delhi: Navayana.

Moghe, Nanda. "We fight!” Dalit Feminist Writing."

Rege, Sharmila. "Dalit Women Talk Differently: A Critique of 'Difference' and Towards a Dalit Feminist Standpoint Position". Economic and Political Weekly 33.44 (1998): WS39-WS46.

Rege, Sharmila. Writing caste, writing gender: reading Dalit women's testimonios. Zubaan, 2006.