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Discourses on Kashmir

Activist-scholars and journalists Ather Zia, Huma Dar & Hilal Mir discuss dominant narratives about Kashmir & what the repeal of Article 370 entails.
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24 Oct 2020
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Kashmir
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Kashmir
Intellectual History
Settler-Colonialism
Longue-Duree of Kashmiri Struggle
Movement Organization
Revolution
Colonialism
Burhan Wani
People's Alliance for Gupkar
Subaltern Studies
Palestine
Affect
Internationalist Solidarity
Media Blackout
Radicalization Narratives
Bollywood
Occupation
Genocide
Pogroms
Erasure
Mass Protests
War Crimes
Movement Strategy
Emancipatory Politics
Humanitarian Crisis
Activist Media
International Law
Hindutva
Military Crackdown
Military Operations
Kashmiri Struggle
Discourses of War
Nationalism

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Just over a year after the repeal of Article 370 from India's constitution, pro-India Kashmiri political parties called for an alliance. What did it all mean?


In our second panel from October 2020, Kashmiri activist-scholars Ather Zia & Huma Dar, and journalist Hilal Mir, discuss the predominant discourses of Kashmir that pervade public and international narratives with Editor Kamil Ahsan. The wide-ranging discussion discusses Indian-occupied-Kashmir, India as a settler-colonial state, journalism & how the Azadi Movement and the repeal of Article 370 are depicted, and the many self-serving narratives that don’t take Kashmiri realities into account.

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