Bangla Dalit Womanist Speaks
Interview with Bengali Dalit Writer Kalyani Thakur Charal
Kalyani Thakur Charal is a cyclonic Dalit feminist and social activist. She wants to be known as a Dalit womanist who believes that writing is an act of resistance. She has four collections of poems, one autobiography and three collections of essays. She edits a cultural magazine, Nir. Her works are translated into English and many of them are on University syllabuses.
This interview is the outcome of the meetings we have in Kolkata in last four months. The interview was originally conducted in Bangla.
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