BA History and Economics, University of York
MA International Relations, University of Warwick
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Professor Mustapha Kamal Pasha, Dr Inanna Hamati-Ataya
My PhD thesis examines the relationship between identity and territory in South Asia by looking at the borders between India, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
General Research Interests
India and South Asia
Territory and Identity
Politics of space
Critical approaches in International Politics Non-Western thought in International Relations
Issues of identity, gender and race
Publications and Conference Papers
‘Practising the Indo-Bangladeshi border: Insights from the field’, paper presented at the 13th Aber-Lancs Graduate Colloquium’, Aberystwyth, May 2015.
‘Contested Narratives’, attended workshop and participated in the conference at the University of Copenhagen, April 2015.
‘Fencing South Asia: The peculiarities of the Indo-Bangladeshi Border’, paperat the Annual Conference of the British Association for South Asian Studies (BASAS) at Portsmouth University. April 2015
‘Borders and Identity: The making and unmaking of the idea of South Asia at its borders’, paper presented at the 12th Annual Aberystwyth-Lancaster Colloquium, Warwick University, June 2014.
Attended ‘The borders of South Asia’ workshop at SOAS University of London, May 2014.
Doctoral Career Development Scholarship (DCDS), Aberystwyth University
President’s Scholarship, Aberystwyth University
2014/15 Departmental Crisis Game, Simulation Control Staff
2013/14 IP10420 Introduction to International Politics
2013/14 IP10620 Global Inequalities
Critical and Cultural Politics Research Group, Aberystwyth University, Co-Convener
British International Studies Association (BISA), Member
British Association for South Asian Studies (BASAS), Member
European Association for South Asian Studies (EASAS) Member