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Women Rebels: Stories From Nepal and Nagaland

 
Anuradha Dutta (Author) Triveni Goswami Vernal (Author)
Synopsis The book Women Rebels: Stories from Nepal and Nagaland is an attempt to explore and create a better understanding of the phenomenon of women rebels. Often cloaked in mystery, women rebels have ignited the popular imagination for time immemorial. The book is a product of a journey, spread over two years, into Nepal and Nagaland-both, home to rebel outfits with a strong presence of women in their rank and file. The study was undertaken to generate an understanding of what motivated dynamic, young women to leave their hearth and home and join the rebel ranks of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) in Nepal and the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN) in Nagaland, India. Although the two contexts presented a contrast, both were steeped in a rich tapestry of historical and cultural traditions. This, in turn, shaped the experiences and essence of the women rebels located in the two contexts. The book has tried to raise significant questions regarding the situatedness of women in the society, their expectations and the inter-linkages with the all pervasive, patriarchal framework.
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About the authors

Anuradha Dutta

Anuradha Dutta, Professor of Political Science, Omeo Kumar Das Institute for Social Change and Development, Guwahati, Assam.

Triveni Goswami Vernal

Triveni Goswami Vernal, a Research Associate at Yugantar, Hyderabad is a recipient of the prestigious UNESCO / Suznne Mubarak / Japan-Egypt Friendship Fellowship for the Empowerment of Women in Peace and Gender Studies (2006 Cycle) at Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria, Egypt. In 2005, as a Junior Research Fellow at the OKDISCD, Assam, she worked on a study on Role of Women as Peace Builders with special reference to Nagaland, which has since been published. A Rotary Peace Fellow, she has recently completed a 3 months Certificate course in the Rotary Peace and Conflict Studies Centre at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok (January 2008 session). Her publications include a book titled Gender & Conflict Transformation: Nagaland and Egypt (2007) and Document on Peace Education (Co-edited with Prateeti Barman, 2009). Her areas of interest include gender, conflict, mental health and peace related issues.

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Title Women Rebels: Stories From Nepal and Nagaland
Format Hardcover
Date published: 06.07.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788183701891
length xiv+258p., Tables; Figures; B/w Plates; Maps; Bibliography; Glossary; Index; 22cm.

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