MEDHA, Member, Editorial Board
Medha is Assistant Professor at the Department of International Relations and Governance Studies, School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Shiv Nadar University, and Research Fellow at the Institute of Asia Studies (IAS) at GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Hamburg. In her work she investigates the historical and colonial constitution of the global order and the entanglements of race, religion, gender, caste and class this entails. She is currently working on three inter-related strands of inquiry (1) Muslimness in India’s articulation of the self and the other in its foreign policy, (2) Recovery of imaginaries of political communities and global relations that do not take the state and the international system as frames of reference, and (3) Development of a theoretical perspective for the study of caste in International Relations.
- Medha, Kumar, M. and Chauhan, R. (2013), “Scenarios 2030” in: Rumel Dahiya (ed.), Developments in the Gulf Region: Prospects and Challenges for India in the Next Two Decades, New Delhi: IDSA
- Medha (2018), “An Indo-Islamic Internationalism?” International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention 2018, San Francisco, Apr 4-7, 2018.
- Medha (2017), “The foreign politics of Identity: Dialectics of Self and Other in India’s Foreign Policy,” Changing Asia 2017: Perspectives on Regional and Global Cooperation, IDSA, New Delhi, India, Sept 15-18, 2017.
- Medha (2017), “Asia-Africa Unity and India: An exploration of Islam in India’s post-Independence Third World Politics,” International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention 2017, Baltimore, Maryland, Feb 22- 25 2017.
- Medha, and Wojczewski, T. (2017), “Non-alignment: An Untapped Theoretical Source for Building a Global IR?” International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention 2017, Baltimore, Maryland, Feb 22- 25 2017.
- Medha (2015), Book Review: “Standardizing Diversity: The Political Economy of Language Regimes.” Amy H. Liu. LSE Review of Books (29 Jul 2015).
- Medha, (2015), Book review: “Caricaturing Culture in India: Cartoons and History in the Modern World.” LSE Review of Books (8 Jun 2015).