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Table Of Contents
1. Locating Social Transformation in Current Discourse 2. Understanding the Processes of Social Transformation: thinking beyond structures 3. Social Structure of Nepal: A Historical Overview 4. Women in Politics and the Unintended Consequences 5. Tea Stall Story: The Power of One 6. Women Combatants: Challenging Habitus 7. White Sari - Transforming Widowhood in Nepal 8. Women Tempo Drivers: Challenging Doxa 9. Conclusion: Rethinking Social Transformation
Punam Yadav is a Visiting Scholar at the Centre for Women, Peace and Security at London School of Economics, UK. Prior to starting her academic career, she worked in the Development Sector for over ten years. She is interested in examining women's lived experiences in post-conflict spaces.