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Bengali Nationalism & the Chittagong Hill Tracts

9 Dec 2020
Vol. 1
INTERVIEW

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Researcher Kabita Chakma in conversation with Advisory Editor Mahmud Rahman

Cultures of Chittagong Hill Tracts and other indigenous peoples are still marginalized in Bangladesh, in mainstream cultural practices. They're not visible. And appropriated too. For example, with a Chakma dance by Bengali dancers.

RECOMMENDED: "Muscular nationalism, masculinist militarism: the creation of situational motivators and opportunities for violence against the Indigenous peoples of the Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh" (International Feminist Journal of Politics, 2022) by Glen Hill & Kabita Chakma

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Interview
Chittagong Hill Tracts
Bangladesh
CHT
Indigeneity
Chakma
Chakma History
Indigenous Art Practice
Indigeneous Spaces
Politics of Indigeneity
Language Diversity
Language
Chittagong Hill Tracts Peace Accord
Parbatya Chattagram Jana Sanghati Samiti
United People's Party of the Chittagong Hill Tracts
Kaptai Dam
Bengali
Nationalism
Jumma Communities
Jumma
Chakma Communities
Shaheen Akhtar
Militarism
Military Crackdown
Shomari Chakma
International Mother Tongue Day
Intellectual History

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