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Caroline Bressey

Though a substantial and groundbreaking book, the comprehensiveness of E. P. Thompson's narrative in The Making of the Working Class highlighted its many absences. This article considers the potential for examining the black presence within a Thompsonian framework of class in eighteenth-century England. It focuses on the politics of multiethnic solidarity, considering why black history remains so marginalized when key organizations and political moments, such as the Cato Street Conspiracy and the London Corresponding Society, both present in The Making, were multiethnic in their political ambition and their membership. Through the discussion of a Victorian multiethnic community of antiracist activists, this article also examines how research focusing on the intersecting geographies of race and class can contribute to the foundations of scholarship of English history provided by The Making.

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Beyond citizenship

Adivasi and Dalit political pathways in India

Nicolas Jaoul and Alpa Shah

paradigm of which it did not fit. Whether nationalist or Subalternist, Indian historiography has been consistent in its elitist recruitment among urban, upper-caste intelligentsias and in its manner of treating the anti-caste movement as a symptom of

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Whose Reality Counts?

Emergent Dalitbahujan Anthropologists

Reddi Sekhara Yalamala

-making, construction, waste removal, and slaughtering animals. Many also engage in daily wage labour for higher caste people who own land. SC and OBC groups have also long been active in the anti-caste movements which commenced with Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar's book The

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Citizenship in religious clothing?

Navayana Buddhism and Dalit emancipation in late 1990s Uttar Pradesh

Nicolas Jaoul

is popular among the bhangi jati ), and fifteenth-century saints like Kabir and Ravidas represent historical forms of anti-caste consciousness among Dalits. Politically, these cults have continued to be patronized by Dalit candidates of mainstream

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A Dignified Meal

Negotiated Spaces in India’s School Meal Program

Sony Pellissery, Sattwick Dey Biswas, and Biju Abraham

to the regional state, we selected two states (Kerala and West Bengal) for our investigation. Before independence, these two states were pioneers in anticaste and other social movements, and in the postindependence period, they pioneered land reforms