Unsettling Complicities: An Autoethnographic Mapping
In my article “Mapping Complicities in Brahmin Supremacy to White Supremacy: An Unsettling of South Asia and South Asian America” (earlier in this issue of Kalfou) I mapped the pillars of brahmin and white supremacy. Please read that article first, as it provides the context for the writing of this article. In this rumination, I use autoethnographic accounting to un/map and un/settle complicities by tracing investments and continuities in the ideological pillars upholding brahmin and white supremacy.
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