Complicit Scholarship: Race, Gender, and the Politics of Religious Studies



5 Responses

  1. Z V

    February 10, 2019 1:18 pm

    As a mature British born Hindu student, still trying to pass basic level exams, unfortunately here in the UK, I have continued to face racism and discrimination even to this day and my appeals do not work. I am a serious minority. There are no other Hindus in my class but plenty of Muslims and yet I get tied into the sane stereotypes and boxes because of my unfortunate Indian genetic colour. I just want equal opportunities. I started out as a fairly competent academic student as a youngster. But years of worsened hate,mockery,neglect,racism and wrongdoing towards have left me as a failing, unconfident, struggling, nervous, adult student. How can I get justice and change?

  2. Z V

    February 10, 2019 1:24 pm

    I am not from an educated nor employed family, I am of a very corrupt, damaged, disabled, disadvantaged family, with unstable parents, no other family and zero friends, I am unemployed, still trying to make something of my life rhriugh education as no one offering me an apprenticeship or job, and I was unknowingly and unfairly withdrawn, when from a GCSE CLASS too, that's only a casual 3 hour a week (not even that) , for which I would get buses to and from in evening, and I never got any FINANCIAL HELP.

  3. Z V

    February 10, 2019 1:27 pm

    It would be amazing to manifest educated scholars just like yourselves who understand and are taking action against the very real yet subtley hidden racism against Hindu students but moreover I just wish to be surrounded by well educated, well rounded, well travelled, open minded who can enrich my quality of life. Maybe in another life?


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