Notes from discussion: Police Subjectivity in Kashmir by Gowhar Fazili

Notes from discussion: Police Subjectivity in Kashmir by Gowhar Fazili

“The occupation demands varying degrees of collaboration from everyone”, noted Gowhar Fazili as he shared with us his work on Police subjectivity in Kashmir in a discussion organised by the reading group Legal Unconscious at the Indian Law Institute, Delhi. Fazili’s doctoral work on political subjectivity in Kashmir examined multiple aspects of the political, social and…

Why Asking Bands to Not Perform in Israel is Not an Attack on Freedom of Speech and Expression

Why Asking Bands to Not Perform in Israel is Not an Attack on Freedom of Speech and Expression

On the 40th International Solidarity Day for the Palestinian People, Souradeep Roy of the Indian Cultural Forum and Apoorva Gautam of Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions, India (BDS India) explain why asking bands to not perform in Israel is not an attack on freedom of speech and expression. They take Roger Waters example and his performance…