Doctoral Fellow
Idian Institute of Technology Delhi

 

Areas of Expertise
Civil Society, Comparative Politics, Ethics and Leadership, Genocide, Human Rights, Indigenous People, United Nations, Women, Peace and Security, Violence Against Women, Women’s Rights, Refugees and Displacement, International Human Rights Law

Region of Focus
Central and South Asia

Background
Philosopher, Doctoral Fellow at Indian Institute of Technology Delhi.
Currently working on the debate of legal pluralism in India.
Other areas of interest-
Philosophy- political, social, moral legal
Human Rights
Freedom of Religion- perspectives from International Law
Minority Rights- migrants, religious minorities
Genocide and International Law
Women’s rights in Islam, Violence against women

Recent Publications
Book Reviews

Golsan, Richard J. and Susan Misemer, editors. The Trial That Never Ends: Hannah Arendt’s ‘Eichmann in Jerusalem’ in Retrospect, (German and European Studies)” University of Toronto Press, 2017. Reading Religion, American Academy of Religion. http://readingreligion.org/books/trial-never-ends

El Fegiery, Motaz. Islamic Law and Human Rights: the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Middle East Media and Book Reviews Online. Digest of Middle East Studies. Volume: 5 Issue: 12 December 2017. http://middleeastreviewsonline.com/membr_review/islamic-law-human-rights-muslim-brotherhood-egypt/

Copson, Andrew. Secularism: Politics, Religion, and Freedom. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press. Reading religion, American Academy of Religion. http://readingreligion.org/books/secularism