[Sarai Newsletter] Marx, Ambedkar and Knowledge: Lecture by Anand Teltumbde

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Mon Mar 16 08:31:42 CDT 2015


                                                  Centre for the Study of
Developing Societies





invites you to a lecture



*Marx, Ambedkar and Knowledge*

by *Anand Teltumbde*



*Aditya Nigam* will Chair



Friday, 20 March 2015, 4 pm

CSDS Seminar Room,

29 Rajpur Road, Delhi 110054

Please join us for tea at 3.30 pm



Both Marx and Ambedkar with their thoughts and action have inspired
struggles for emancipation from exploitation and oppression. While the
resistance movement of the oppressed people in general appears to have
received huge set back all over the world, on account of multi-dimensional
assaults from Neoliberalism since 1980s, in India, which could be taken as
an ideal place for such movements to flare up, they are particularly in
hopeless state. Both of them, Marxists and Ambedkarites, appear objectively
to have been unable to thwart or take on the challenges posed by
Neoliberalism. In this context, it becomes pertinent to examine their
basics: respective conception and theories of knowledge provided by Marx
and Ambedkar in order that they possibly give direction for formulating
strategies and tactics that can match those of the adversary classes in
these fast changing times.



*Anand Teltumbde* is a writer, columnist, political analyst and civil
rights activist. He has extensively written on the issues related to
struggles of the oppressed people and variously participated in their
struggles right from his student days. He has written 18 books, written
hundreds of articles and papers and delivered numerous lectures on
contemporary issues which are translated widely in most Indian languages.
He currently teaches management in IIT, Kharagpur.



*Aditya Nigam* is Professor at the Centre for the Study of Developing
Societies.



RSVP

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Fax: 011 23943450

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