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Politics of South Asia
The Politics of South Asia group aims to promote the study of politics in and of South Asia. It provides a forum for scholars of South Asia both within the field of politics and related disciplines to discuss current research and explore and develop future research.
The specialist group is a support network for scholars working on the countries of South Asia. We encourage the study of the political, social and economic dynamics within the region by building links between scholars and by supporting people in collaborating on research ideas and projects. To this end, we have a Quarterly Newsletter, where members share their latest projects, publications and public engagement activities, as a way to foster and promote dialogue between members on themes of common interest. We are also committed to promoting the work of Early Career Researchers in our group. For this, we have a space in the Newsletter dedicated to ECR members, where they can showcase their work and research interests, and we have one ECR representative in the group’s executive committee.
The Politics of South Asia Specialist Group hosts a variety of events and activities throughout the year. In 2021 we have organised two panels at the PSA conference, our annual workshop on the theme “Democracy and Authoritarianism in South Asia” was held virtually on 28th June 2021, and an online conference on "Re-imagining citizenship in South Asia" in September 2021 (a recording is available here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCykNPPT6Nk0bkd7hmL0_kww/videos).
Make sure you check out our twitter handle @PSA_South_Asia for updates about our activities and research outputs from our members. To be signed up to the group’s email list, please contact the group convenor, Dr Filippo Boni (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Dr Filippo Boni
Institution: The Open University
Dr Sameen A. Mohsin Ali
Institution: University of Birmingham
Dr Andrew Wyatt
Institution: University of Bristol
Dr Nikita Sud
Role: Board Member
Institution: University of Oxford
Role: Early Career and Communication Officer
Institution: University of NottinghamJoin this Group