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Dr. Chaitanya Lakkimsetti, sociologist, is in conversation with Shrishti Malhotra, producer at The Swaddle, on how the AIDS epidemic changed the Indian state's relationship with sex workers, and the problems with the moral panic around bar dancing in Maharashtra.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Dr. Mytheli Sreenivas, historian and gender studies scholar, is in conversation with Shrishti Malhotra, producer at The Swaddle, on women writing about the need for desire in marriage in Tamil magazines, the complicated impact of modern property laws, and the Dravidian nationalist vision for casteless marriage in colonial South India.…
 
Dr. Pavithra Suryanarayan, political scientist, is in conversation with Shrishti Malhotra, producer at The Swaddle, on understanding how Brahmin elite 'hollowed out' state capacity in colonial India, and why Indians vote to protect status interests.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Anja Kovacs, Director of the Internet Democracy Project, is in conversation with Shrishti Malhotra, producer at The Swaddle, on using the feminist idea of consent to prevent data misuse, how anonymity can empower women online, and why we need to reimagine how data governance works.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Dr. Shakuntala Banaji, media studies scholar, is in conversation with Shrishti Malhotra, producer at The Swaddle, on understanding fake news as propaganda, and probing the role of social media in political community formation.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Dr. Amrita Nandy, independent researcher and writer, is in conversation with Shrishti Malhotra, producer at The Swaddle, on the romanticisation of maternal sacrifice, perceptions of voluntary non-mothers, and the imposition of caregiving on women.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
This week we discuss birth strikers, climate change, and the ethics of having more children. 'Respectfully Disagree' is The Swaddle Team’s weekly podcast series, in which we get together to discuss and dissect the issues we passionately differ on.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Dr. Sapna Desai, public health specialist at Population Council, is is conversation with Shrishti Malhotra, producer at The Swaddle, on why adolescent girls avoid seeking care for sexual health issues, the curious case of early hysterectomies in India, and how we need to do broaden our understanding of women's reproductive health.…
 
Dr. Sharmila Rudrappa, sociologist, is in conversation with Shrishti Malhotra, producer at The Swaddle, on the problems with media portrayals of commercial surrogates, the emotional labour that surrogacy entails, and what it means for commercial surrogacy to be feminist.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Dr. Jessica Hinchy, historian at NTU, Singapore, is in conversation with Shrishti Malhotra, producer at The Swaddle, on the colonial "panic" surrounding the hijra community in the 19th century, the circumstances leading to their criminalisation, and the ways in which family became the focus of surveillance under the 1871 Criminal Tribes Act.…
 
This week, we sat down with journalists Kalpana Sharma and Ragamalika Karthikeyan to discuss their experiences of reporting on sexual violence, and what sensitive and intersectional media coverage can look like.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Dr. Asha Nadkarni, literature and gender studies scholar, is in conversation with Shrishti Malhotra, producer at The Swaddle, on the history of eugenic feminism in India and how eugenic thinking underpins transnational surrogacy today.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Dr. Ashwini Tambe, gender studies scholar, is in conversation with Shrishti Malhotra, producer at The Swaddle, on debates around girlhood, age of non-marital sexual consent, and state regulation of prostitution in colonial India.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Dr. Naisargi Dave, anthropologist, is in conversation with Shrishti Malhotra, producer at The Swaddle, on letter exchange as a form of community building for women loving women in the 1990s, the fraught relationship between the lesbian movement and the autonomous women’s movement in India, and why legal rights do not constitute justice.…
 
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