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Witch-Hunting in India with Dr. Govind Kelkar
This conversation is our podcast’s first inquiry about witch hunting in the nation of India. Our guest, Govind Kelkar, holds a PhD in Political Economy of China and is Professor and Executive Director for GenDev Centre for Research and Innovation in India. She has authored 16 books and numerous scholarly publications. This episode introduces us to the impact of witch-hunting on indigenous societies, women, and about variations between matrilineal and patrilineal cultures within the broader patriarchy in India. We ask: Why do we witch hunt? How do we witch hunt? How do we stop hunting witches?  International Alliance to End Witch Hunts Culture, Capital and Witch Hunts in Assam, by Govind Kelkar & Aparajita Sharma Culture, Capital, and Witch Hunts in Meghalaya and Nagaland Purchase a Witch Trial White Rose Memorial Button Support Us! Sign up as a Super Listener! End Witch Hunts Movement  Thou Shalt Not Suffer Podcast Book Store Support Us! Buy Witch Trial Merch! Support Us! Buy Podcast Merch! Join us on Discord to share your ideas and feedback. Website Twitter Facebook Instagram Pinterest LinkedIn YouTube TikTok Support the show
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