Professor and writer Nitasha Kaul who teaches International Relations at University of Westminster recently spoke on BBC Newsnight and Euronews about the situation in Kashmir. Some of her publications and relevant interjections in articles by the international media are displayed for further understanding of her work and writings, particularly those concerning Kashmir.

The Political Project of Postcolonial Neoliberal Nationalism

Abstract The starting point of this article is the recognition of globally proliferating right-wing electoral successes of a specific kind that rely upon a weaving together of seemingly contradictory aspects of neoliberalism and nationalism. An important dimension of these globally occurring changes is that they reflect something more than simply the empirical instantiation of a right-wing success in any one specific context.

Residue

Named for the revolutionary Trotsky by a missing communist father he never saw, Leon Ali is a Kashmiri born in Britain and brought up by a single mother in Delhi. Keya Raina is a Kashmiri scholar of exile, an insecure immigrant, who collects other people s stories. Marked by the oppressive histor...

Rise of the Political Right in India: Hindutva-Development Mix, Modi Myth, and Dualities

Abstract We are witnessing a global phenomenon of the rise of right-wing leaders who combine nationalist rhetoric with a claim to challenge the pernicious effects of neoliberalism. But, upon achieving power, they do not oppose the business elite, instead, while paying lip service to the victims of economic processes, they direct the blame for those structural problems upon the minorities and 'Others' within the rightwing nationalist imagination.

Knowing In Our Own Ways

Kaul, N. 2018. Knowing In Our Own Ways . Economic and Political Weekly. 53 (47), pp. 33-35.

Comparative History of Ideas

Culture Literature and the Arts (CLA), Global Studies (GST), Law Economics and Public Policy (LEPP), Society Ethics and Human Behavior (SEB), the MFA in Creative Writing and Poetics (MFA), and the MA in Cultural Studies at the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington, Bothell; The South Asia Center-JSIS and Comparative History and Ideas (CHID), University of Washington, Seattle, and the University Bookstore present...

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