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Nirmala Jayaraman , June 23rd, 2016
To what degree can our biological, genetic and reproductive systems be considered the basis for family relationships? Marshall Sahlins divides his answer to this question into two sections…
Nirmala Jayaraman , April 20th, 2016
The Man Who Closed The Asylums: Franco Basaglia and the Revolution in Mental Health Care by John Foot Verso Press, 2015, 404 pages Embracing change is the best…
Nirmala Jayaraman , January 22nd, 2016
In the online forum Native Appropriations, Dr. Adrienne Keene writes “When you’re invisible in society . . . every representation matters” (Keene 2015). Keene’s need to explore, triangulate and discus…
Nirmala Jayaraman , August 5th, 2015
Albertin Sarrazin once wrote, “whether you’re on the lam or whether you’re out hustling, gold is worth nothing compared to silence” (p.149). Those marginalised into prostitution are exploited…