Roles and Responsibilities
- Seminar Co-ordinator (Organisation Studies Group)
- Course Organiser, The Future of Work (MA Honors)
- Course Organiser, Managing Employment Relations (MSc HRM)
- Lecturer, Methods of Research (MSc HRM and IHRM)
- PhD Dissertation Supervisor
- MSc Dissertation Supervisor
- UG Dissertation Supervisor
I am an engineering student (Bombay) turned politics major with legal aspirations (Oberlin, Ohio) turned race and ethnic studies scholar (San Diego, California) turned work and management researcher (London). It has been a convoluted journey but somehow makes perfect sense. Along the way, I have picked up a love of writing and held onto a commitment to justice.
My academic thinking and writing focuses mainly on the ethics and politics of work in a global context. In particular, I am interested in the role of difference (primarily, race and gender) in the emergence and distribution of new forms of work. More recently, I have been thinking about the eugenicist underpinnings of discourses on technology.
Beyond my academic commitments, I have been working as a facilitator and mediator for community and activist organisations. I have a particular interest in issues of housing, homelessness and migrant justice.
- Race and Coloniality at Work
- Technology and the Future of Work
- Organisation(s) in the Global South
- Race, gender and queer theory