Haunted by Fire: Essays on Caste, Class, Exploitation and Emancipation: Mythily Sivaraman
The book titled Haunted by Fire: Essays on Caste, Class, Exploitation and Emancipation authored by Mythily Sivaraman released in International Centre in New Delhi on 1 October 2013.
The book focused on essays range from agrarian unrest, caste oppression, land, labour and wages, the centrality of class struggle, the early promise of change, the radical course of left struggles, the coercive apparatus of the state, issues of impunity and the way the Emergency worked out on the ground.
About Mythili Sivaraman
• Mythili Sivaraman is a Women Rights Activist.
• She is currently one of the Vice Presidents of the All India Democratic Women's Association (Women's wing of Communist Party of India (Marxist)).
• She worked as a Research Assistant in the Permanent Mission of India to the UN (July 1966 to mid-1968).