In this episode, Shabd interviews Navyug Gill about the historic and ongoing farmers’ protests in India.
Navyug Gill is a professor in the department of history at the William Paterson University in New Jersey with a doctorate from Emory University Atlanta, GA. He specialises in Modern South Asia, Labor History, Agrarian Studies, Caste Politics, Global Capitalism, Postcolonial Theory, and Subaltern Studies.
They talk about the history of agriculture and its politics that led to this moment including the Green Revolution, Anandpur Sahib resolution and more. They talk about the bills and what they’re trying to really achieve, farmers’ strategies, Sikh ethos and its relationship with a “secular” and universal movement, and the future of this movement
Find Navyug Gill - https://twitter.com/navyuggill
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