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Anand Teltumbde: My life, my struggles



मेरा जीवन, मेरा संघर्ष : आनंद तेलतुंबड़े

The original interview in English was published in SAMAJ (South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal). It can be accessed here

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About The Author

Roland Lardinois

Roland Lardinois is a sociologist at the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS). He is the author of ‘Scholars and Prophets: Sociology of India from France in the 19th-20th Centuries’ (2013, translated by Renuka George) and has co-edited, with Meenakshi Thapan, ‘Reading Pierre Bourdieu in a Dual Context: Essays from India and France’ (2006)

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