Conferences and Workshops

2019

Transnational Populist Radical Right Discourse: The Case of Hindutva, Brexit, and Trump | Global Populism: Its Roots in Media and Religion, International Communication Association Pre-conference | Washington, D.C. | 24 May 2019
Century of Radical Right Extremism: New Approaches | Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right inaugural conference | Richmond, The American University in London | Co-organiser | 15-17 May 2019
‘Britain’s Ethnic Minorities’ Political Participation and Representation’ roundtable | By invitation | Political Studies Association Annual International Conference | Nottingham, UK | 15-17 April 2019

 

2018

PhD/Early Career Researcher workshop on ‘Diaspora Nationalism’ | Organiser | Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism | London School of Economics | 26 October 2018
‘Why Populism?’ panel discussion with Rogers Brubaker and Cathrine Thorleifsson | Kulturhuset, Oslo | 4 September 2018
The Politics of Religious Nationalist Exclusion | Panel Chair | Nordic Conference in the Sociology of Religion | University of Oslo | 1-3 August 2018
Immigrant and Proud: Exploring online Indian diaspora support for Brexit and Trump | Diaspora Dilemmas: Political Participation in Contested Environments | King’s College London | 13 April 2018
Hindu Diaspora Support for the Populist Radical Right in the UK and US | International Studies Asssociation Annual Convention | San Francisco | 4-7 April 2018
Immigrant and Proud: Indian diaspora support for Brexit and Trump | Panel Chair | Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism Conference 2018 | London School of Economics | 27-28 March 2018
Immigrant, Nationalist and Proud: A Twitter analysis of Indian diaspora support for Brexit and Trump | Global Digital Cultures and Extreme Speech Workshop | Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich | 22-24 February 2018

 

2017

From Cyber-Hindutva to Ab Ki Baar Trump Sarkar: A Twitter analysis of Hindu diaspora support for Brexit and Trump | Global Conference on Indian Diaspora Studies | International Institute of Social Studies, The Hague | 5-7 October 2017
From Hindutva to the populist radical right: Indian diaspora support for Brexit and Trump | ERC workshop on Migrants’ and Diaspora Responses to the Rise of Right-wing Populism | University of Warwick | 26 September 2017
From Hindutva to the populist radical right: Brexit and Trump’s Indian supporters | Local and Global Islamophobias workshop | University of Oslo | 11-12 September 2017
Ab Ki Baar Trump Sarkar: Exploring the online sensation behind Hindus for Brexit and Trump | ECPR Summer School on Media in Political Participation and Mobilization | Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa | 26-30 June 2017
From Neo-Hindutva to the populist radical right: exploring diaspora support for Brexit and Trump | British Association for South Asian Studies Annual Conference | University of Nottingham | 19-21 April 2017
Beyond the White Working Class: Ethnic Minority Islamophobia and the Populist Radical Right | The British Islam Conference 2017 | Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre | 25-26 February 2017

 

2016

Constructing Hindu Populist Nationalism Through the Muslim “Migrant” | Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism Conference 2016 | London School of Economics | 19-21 April 2016
Donald Trump and the New Populism | The British Islam Conference 2016 | Coventry University | 19-20 March 2016

 

2014

(Mis)representation of Delhi’s Muslim Ghettos | Urban South Asia: 1850-present | University of Oxford | 2 October 2014