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The malestream, translation, and women’s publishing in India: An interview with Urvashi Butalia and Shruti Nargundkar

The malestream, translation, and women’s publishing in India: An interview with Urvashi Butalia and Shruti Nargundkar

By Jasmeet Kaur Sahi

 

In July last year, noted Indian feminist publisher, writer and activist Urvashi Butalia was in Melbourne for the launch of A Rag Doll After My Heart, a poetic novella translated from the original Marathi into English by Melbourne-based writer and educator Shruti Nargundkar. The launch was held at the Australia India Institute in Melbourne.

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