The Journal of Contemporary Thought
Winter Issue - 20




Considering the Humanities Ecotheoretically

- Nirmal Selvamony


The Accessibility of Indian Concepts

- Ruchika Nambiar


"Men Act and Women Appear": Medicalization of Women Bodies

in Late Nineteenth-Century America

- Hsin-Ju Kuo


Nussbaum versus Butler on Theory, Praxis and Rhetoric

- Biraj Mehta Rathi


Revisiting the Great War of 1914: A Biopolitical Reading

- Nandini Bhattacharya


Travelling Intersectionality and Translating Creolization: Feminist


- Giovanna Covi


Rethinking New Sensibility: On Marcuse's Ontological Aesthetics

- Chung-Hsiung Lai


The Hermeneutics of Suspicion: The Paradigm, the Text, the World,

amd Ourselves

- Jibu Mathew George


Poetry is Happening of Truth: A Heideggerian Inquiry

- Prashant Bagad


Postcolonial Economies: A Symposium

- S. Charusheela (Editor)

         A Post-Colonial Critique of Economic Dualism and Its Politics

         Anjan Chakrabarti

         The Economy and the Economy

         Colin Danby

         Gender, Economy and Capitalocentrism

         S. Charusheela

         Swaraj in Ideas: From 'Third World' to 'World of the Third'

         Anup Dhar


Critical Note

Being Women: A Response to the Delhi Rape Case of 2012

- Parinitha


Notes on Contributors