Nitasha Kaul, Associate Professor in International Relations and Politics at University of Westminster, speaks in the global media about India’s revocation of Articles 370 and 35A. For the sake of knowledge-sharing, we have included additional media and a visual bibliography of some of her extensive writings on Kashmir that further contextualize the current situation. All content items are embedded directly from their original sources. A more extensive and complete bibliography of Dr. Nitasha Kaul’s work is available via Dr. Kaul’s website: www.nitashakaul.com
Select Media Appearances About Revocation of Articles 370 and 35A
AJ+Solidarity with Kashmir? (24/8/19)
Al Jazeera – The Stream (How are Kashmiris coping under lockdown?)
Panel Discussion on Kashmir (14/8/19) 30 minutes duration
BBC NewsNight – Panel Discussion on Kashmir (7/8/19)
EuroNews – Kashmir Interview (6/8/19)
Additional Media Appearances
Al Jazeera – The Stream (India Elections 2019: What’s at stake for Kashmir?)
Panel discussion on Kashmir (23/4/19) 30 minutes duration
CGTN Live Interview – The Heat (India-Pakistan Tensions)
Panel discussion on Kashmir (5/3/19) 30 minutes duration
The Whole Truth with Shams Rehman: What options Kashmiris have now?
The Whole Truth with Shams Rehman: What options Kashmiris have now? Guest: Dr. Nitasha Kaul, Associate professor Westminster University, London. #JKTV The Voice of The VoicelessPosted by Jammu Kashmir TV on Sunday, March 3, 2019
JKTV Live Interview -The Whole Truth
Detailed Interview on Kashmir (3/3/19) 45 minutes duration
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) News
Interview on Kashmir (1/3/19)
DD Kashir (Doordarshan Kashmir) – Good Morning J&K (with Mohammad Amin Bhat and Azhar Hajini)
One hour morning news and conversation programme between 8 and 9 am IST (6/1/17)
Islam Channel – Asia Wired (Episode 6) on The Kashmir Question – expert commentator (17/7/16).
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Kaul, N. (2019) “Finding the Ways Forward on Kashmir“, Centre on Constitutional Change (CCC) Blog Series, University of Edinburgh, 17 April.
Kaul, N. and Zia, A. (2018) (eds) “Knowing in our own ways“, Editorial Introduction to Journal Special issue (co-edited by N. Kaul and A. Zia) on “Women and Kashmir”, Review of Women’s Studies (RWS)/Economic and Political Weekly (EPW), Volume 53, Issue Number 47, 01 December, pp. 33-35.
Kaul, N. (2018) “India’s Obsession with Kashmir: Democracy, Gender, (Anti) Nationalism“, Feminist Review, Special Issue on Feminism, Protest and the Neoliberal State in India, Volume 119, Number 1, July, pp. 126-143.
Kaul, N. (2016) “From Funerals to Freedom in Kashmir: undoing the Great Indian Democracy“, Open Democracy, 11 July.
Kaul, N (2016) “Kashmiri Pandits Are a Pawn in the Games of Hindutva Forces” (on communalism and the Kashmir issue), TheWire.in, 7 January.
Kaul, N. (2013) “Kashmir: A Place of Blood and Memory“, in Sanjay Kak (ed.) Until My Freedom Has Come: The New Intifada in Kashmir, Chicago: Haymarket Books, pp. 189-212. ISBN 978-1-60846-252-0. First Published in 2011 by Penguin Books India. An earlier version online at Open Democracy, 31 August 2010.
Kaul, N. (2013) “Everything I Cannot Tell You About The Women Of Kashmir“, in Fahad Shah (ed.) Of Occupation and Resistance: Writings from Kashmir, New Delhi: Westland and Traquebar Press, pp. 252-258, ISBN 978-93-83260-01-0. An earlier version online in The Kashmir Wallah, 7 December 2011.