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Talk by Mayur Suresh


Shadow Citizens: How we inhabit the world when we're all terrorists
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Starts on 20 March 2008 Shadow Citizens: How we inhabit the world when we're all terrorists

Mayur Suresh, currently a Researcher at the Alternative Law Forum, graduated from the National Law School, Bangalore and has a Master's degree from the Columbia Law School, New York. He has worked as a researcher at the Centre for the Study of Casteism, Communalism and the Law at the National Law School, Sarai/Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi, and the Indian Security Workers Organising Council. His present work is in the areas of sexuality, copyright, media law and censorship, and judicial discourse around the idea of the emergency.




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