Thankyou Anil, for such a wonderful tribute to her. Many of us miss her on a daily basis, and this is a wonderful space to come to when we think of her.
I truly appreciate the effort that’s gone into collecting all the material and trying to put it all together. One small suggestion, if I may add – either a linkup to the FB page, or make a discussion forum here, where discussions on topics of her interests and the discussion thread can be followed. This will allow her thoughts to grow, discussed and debated. This will be a significant contribution to the gender/caste studies movement. I am sure that you must have already checked the viability of having such a forum, but just my two pennies worth.
Take care, Janaki
Thanks a lot for your comments. Linkup to FB page would be done ….Forum is a great idea. May be if the overall response to this facility remains substantial then we can think of it …
Good presentation of Sharmila’s work. But some things are missing like we together wrote on Iravati Karve, her writings in Marathi are missing and her street play writing or many other collective efforts need to be compiled. Anyway we are all still coming to terms with her absence. Lots of love, to you and Sharmila.
Thanks for pointing out missing things – that is the very idea of this guestbook! Please send me more details of the articles/publications that you are mentioning and we could get them in. If you have the printed copy, I could have that scanned ….
Thank you for creating this site.
It must admit that the website has provided a great source of information. In fact, it has been a great tribute to Sharmila Rege that her most of the writings made available together at one source. It has been expected that Rege’s other writings including Marathi also make available on this website.
Great to know that you found it useful. It does include most of Sharmila’s writings, a very few remain. Most of her Marathi work is in too. Is there any specific articles/publication that you are referring to? Please do let me know.
This site is homage to Sharmila and also to her work. Just a suggestion – a list of WSC publications which Sharmila authored, co authored and student publications which she edited would also be really useful.
Sadhana – Thanks. The Edited Work contains all the student work that she edited …Please see and if anything is missing do let me know!
unfortunately I started reading feminist literature too late (just few weeks back), its best thing that I came across Sharmila’s literature first, its great platform that you have built for all of us. thanks a ton for that. And now I decided to go through her all scholarly works… thank you once again..!!
Thank You! A friend and I were thinking of coming to the university to look at her manuals but we found more than substance in her words to ponder over. Glad you made such an effort.
Could we trace if any of her students have voice recordings of her lectures? It would add to the treasure of knowledge here.
WISH YOU VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY!! Hope wherever you are, you are happy and painless.
It is a great effort and nice to read everything at one place.
I remembered there is an article about Dr. Sharmila by Prof. Pratima Pardeshi in Loksatta.
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