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Subaltern Studies

Question: “How can academic knowledge seek to represent the subaltern when that knowledge is itself implicated in the practices that construct the subaltern as such?” (See: John Beverley, Subalternity and Representation: Arguments in Cultural Theory, Duke, 1999).

Subaltern Studies Bibliography of Articles and Reviews

Subaltern Studies – A Bibliography

Subaltern – India: A Working Bibliography

Subaltern Studies (Oxford University Press)

Subaltern Studies Group

Subaltern Studies (South Asianist)

Subaltern Studies (Wikipedia)

Subaltern Studies (Neil Rogall, 1998)

Subaltern Studies: Interdisciplinary Study of Media and Communications

Subaltern Media

Subaltern Cinema

Subaltern Blog

Subaltern Studies (Postcolonial Theory and Literature)

Latin American Subaltern Studies Group

“Can the Subaltern Speak?” (Benjamin Graves, Brown University, 1998)

Subaltern Studies and Working Class Histories (Vinay Bahl)

Reading Subaltern Studies (Review of David Ludden’s book, 2002)

Subalternity and Representation (John Beverley)

Maher Arar

Arar Commission (Government of Canada):


Maher Arar (The Time 100),28804,1595326_1615754_1616006,00.html

Maher Arar. “The Horrors of Extraordinary Rendition” (27 October 2006)

Maher Arar (Amnesty International)

Maher Arar (Democracy Now)

Maher Arar (9/11,Maher.shtml

Maher Arar (Wikipedia):

Maher Arar Indepth (CBC):

Maher Arar Inquiry FAQ:

Maher Arar News (EIN News,

Annals of Justice: Outsourcing Torture (New Yorker):

Subcontracting Torture (Centre for Constitutional Rights)