Research and Teaching Interests : Political Theory, International relations theory, Politics of Identity, performativity and symbolism, Politics of space and city, politics of South Asia, Gender Studies (South Asia, Africa and West Asia), Research Methods- especially Visual Ethnography.
Royal Holloway, University of London
Senior Teaching Fellow (STF),
School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London
Graduate teaching Assistant (GTA),
SOAS, University of London
Lady Lady Shri Ram College for Women (LSR), University of Delhi
St.Stepens' College, University of Delhi
SNU, IRGS International Workshop Collaboration with University of Exeter- Interrogating the International from a Transnational Feminist Lens: A View from SWANA and South Asia. 3-day Workshop (13-15 June 2022), Exeter, UK.
Workshop Presentation : Paper presented in University of Bristol (UK) hosted by the School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies on 20 June 22.
Millennium Conference 2021- (Re)Writing the International: Interrogating Histories, Imagining Futurities ( 22 - 24 October) Panel: 'Entangled hierarchies: race, caste and the production of a stratified (inter)national'.
International Political Studies Association (IPSA) annual conference (10-15 July 2021) Panel: Recovering Caste in International Relations: Challenging Colonial/Brahmanical Hegemony (13 July'21) Participated in an online International Ideas Lab /Workshop E-Gregynog Ideas Lab held from July 13-17, 2020.
Co-conceptualised and Co-organised the workshop on the title "The International in Ambedkar". A Collaborative effort between IRGS, SNU and Dr. Ambedkar Center for Social Justice, University of Mumbai, held on 26th November, 2020 (Online), hosted by IRGS, SNU.
Invited Lecture: Department of History and International Relations, Ashoka University (24th Spetember 19).
Title of the Talk: Statues of Disorder: affinities across time and space.
Conference: The idea of an Archive organized by SHSS, SNU, (8-9 March'19) Venue: IIC, New Delhi.
Paper title: Performative Dalit Community Archive: to imagine otherwise.
South Asia Partnership Development Fund (2021-23) - Collaboration with University of Exeter (London, UK).
International Workshop Collaboration with University of Exeter- Interrogating the International from a Transnational Feminist Lens: A View from SWANA and South Asia.
3-day Workshop (13-15 June 2022) Gender in Higher Education Project (March 2021-23) - Collaboration with University of Brunel (London, UK) and Savitribai Phule University (Pune, India), and SNU (Partner Institution). SNU.