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A fieldworker in women's studies

Authors: Karlekar, Malavika
Keywords: Women's studies;Women's studies -- India;Ethnologists -- India -- Biography;Women ethnologists -- India -- Biography;Women -- India -- Social conditions;Women's studies -- India -- Biographical methods
Issue Date: 1993
Publisher: Centre for Women's Development Studies
Description: "A decade and a half after the International Women's Year is not too early for some enquiry and introspection into what, for lack of a better phrase, have been the gains and losses. Any such assessment can be pitched at various levels - Individual, collective or Institutional and of course viewed from a range of perspectives. This essay is an account of a personal as well as an intellectual journey. Beginning with a brief overview of an understanding of women's studies, the paper goes on to a more personalized description of my involvement in this area of research and activism."
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