|“Unique in these sorts of analyses, Mohan asks for the consideration of elements outside of the
ambience of social work but with a humane and humanistic commitment.” -- William M. Epstein, Professor, Social Work, University of Nevada
||Death of an Elephant is an allegory of existence. Pran Dubey, a professor failed by avowed social institutions, is a
conflicted man torn apart by his strife and Diaspora neurosis in the ambiguities of past and present, tradition and modernity, and life and death.
||“Mohan has provided an antidote to the embedded romanticism of patronizing efforts to save the poor from themselves. Remarkably, this book is argued with a credible, erudite humanism and a pervasive decency”
-- William M. Epstein, Professor, UNLV
||This volume examines developmentality and the archeology of its social practices, unfolding systemic failures that muffle progress.
Economic, climate, and social justice are the areas of focus for this analysis of human-social development.