Kerala Scholars Network / Update 19 – Ala–A Kerala Studies Blog

From
Aparna Vincent, PhD (Co-editor, Ala),
Kalady (Ernakulam District)

Ala’s 22nd issue is out now and features three articles:

  • Sarath Pillai writes about private collections of land-deeds and official records of Malayalees, and how they could be valuable sources in constructing micro and family histories in Kerala.
  • Alex M. Thomas makes a case for revisiting the life and work of K. N. Raj, a development economist who played a formative role in shaping India’s early planning process, and the idea of the ‘Kerala model’.
  • Esthappan explores the link between satirical movies and the popularity of memes based on them in the Malayali virtual sphere.

Reposted from Kerala Scholars eGroup

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