This week’s Economic and Political Weekly (requires subscription/institutional access) has a piece by Dipesh Chakrabarty on the impact and legacy of Subaltern Studies. It ties in with other recent pieces by members of the Subaltern Studies collective which have recently been in EPW, but is an good read in its own right, and has some interesting perspectives on Ranajit Guha’s work.
- New Project – Lives and Legacies of 1919 in Liverpool – Call for Participants
- Call for Participation/Attendance: Teaching Justice Pre-Conference 1st September, Pre-RGS-IBG Conference 2015, Exeter
- Prelude to Bandung: The Interwar Origins of Anti-Colonialism
- Virtual issue – “People Without Property in Jobs: Stuart Hall and the Conundrums of Contemporary Urbanization in India”
- Book review on Antipode Online