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Gender Concerns in South Asia: Some Perspectives

 
Manjeet Bhatia (Editor) Deepali Bhanot (Editor) Nirmalya Samanta (Editor)
Synopsis As the world increasingly becomes globalised, the focus of international attention shifts towards South Asia and seriously engages itself with the social, political, economic and cultural aspects of the region. This book seeks to position gender issues right in the centre of that engagement. The essays contained in this book written by academics from varied disciplines and activists in the field of women's studies address important issues such as education, health, violence, law, human rights and social equity in the complex demography of South Asia from a gender perspective.
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About the authors

Manjeet Bhatia

Manjeet Bhatia is in the faculty of the Women's Studies Development Centre, University of Delhi.  She coordinates a large number of projects that include research work, development of gender studies curriculum and course, and providing pedagogic tools for students and teachers of the university involved in gender studies.  She has recently completed the project Strategies to Operationalise Legislation on Domestic Violence against Women: India and the United Kingdom, Sponsored by the British Council of India.

Deepali Bhanot

Deepali Bhanot is Reader in the Department of Sanskrit at the Janki Devi Memorial College, University of Delhi.  She has organized refresher course for Women's Studies Development Centre, University of Delhi.  She is a licensed trainer for the Springboard Women's Development Programme, sponsored by the British Council of India.  As a life member of the Guide of Service, an NGO engaged with women's empowerment, she is actively involved with the project of rehabilitation of abandoned widows in Vrindavan and organises leadership camps for young people.

Nirmalya Samanta

Nirmalya Samanta teaches English Literature at Deshbandhu College (Evening), University of Delhi.  He is associated with the Women's Studies Development Centre, University of Delhi and has been organising refresher courses, workshops and seminars.  He lectures on culture, films, media, gender and on the use of visuals in pedagogy.  He writes scripts for educational video films and has published study material for the Indira Gandhi National Open University.

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Bibliographic information

Title Gender Concerns in South Asia: Some Perspectives
Format Hardcover
Date published: 19.02.2008
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Rawat Publications
Language: English
isbn 9788131601150
length xvi+404p., Tables; Notes; References; Index;