Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Immigrant, Nationalist and Proud: A Twitter Analysis of Indian Diaspora Supporters for Brexit and Trump, Media and Communication (Volume 7, Issue 1; special issue ‘Communicating on/with Minorities’),

Hindutva as a Variant of Right-wing Extremism, Patterns of Prejudice, forthcoming


Book Chapters

From Cyber-Hindutva to Ab Ki Baar Trump Sarkar: (Trans)national Entanglements of Indian Diaspora Political Integration, in Patterns of Political Integration in Indian Diaspora Societies, ed. Ruben Gowricharn, Routledge, forthcoming

Framing ‘A Second Independence Struggle’: Social Media Dynamics in India’s Anti-corruption movement, co-authored with Siddharth Bannerjee, in The Oxford Handbook of Political Communication in India, ed. Lion König, Oxford University Press, forthcoming


Book Reviews

Republic or Death! Travels in Search of National Anthems by Alex Marshall, Nations and Nationalism (Volume 23, Issue 2), April 2017



Why are British Indians more likely than other ethnic minority group to support Brexit?, The UK in a Changing Europe, 28 June 2019

‘India Wins Yet Again!’ Radical right Modi set to win fresh mandate, Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Insight Blog, 23 May 2019

Tracing transnational linkages on Twitter: Mapping Indian diaspora supporters of Brexit and Trump, VOX-Pol, 20 February 2019

Why do some Indian-Americans support Trump? Here is what they told me, Barfi Culture, 20 July 2018

Multiculturalism and the Problems of Post-Racialism, Issue #2 ‘Pluralism’, Filosofisk Supplement, Spring 2018

Should India’s skilled workers worry about new US visa policies?, The Conversation, 4 May 2017

Why Donald Trump is winning over many American Hindus, The Conversation, 26 October 2016

Saffronisation Creeping in Bengal Through Vanvasi Kalyan Kendra, The Quint, 2 July 2016

Why Hindu nationalists have embraced Donald Trump, Religious Reader, 9 June 2016

Rewriting history: The ongoing controversy over textbooks in India, South Asia @ LSE, 1 June 2016

What does Modi’s personal popularity tell us about India’s political landscape?South Asia @ LSE, 8 February 2016

How BME voters see the EU referendum and why we need to hear their voices, Left Foot Forward, 16 December 2015

Why extremist groups want you to ban their online content, Religious Reader, 7 December 2015



Quoted in Sky News, General Election: Indian nationalist party BJP supporters to campaign in UK against Labour, 7 November 2019

Quoted in Al Jazeera, Why Europe’s far right supports India on the Kashmir issue, 3 November 2019

Quoted in ABC Nyheter, “Keyboard warriors” er farligere enn organiserte ekstremister, 26 October 2019

Quoted in Vårtland, Hindunasjonalismen vokser fram, 22 April 2019

Interview with Radio Nova, 23 February 2018

Quoted in ApollonEn høyst uvanlig allianse, 7 February 2018

Quoted in VårtlandVil gjøre India hinduistisk, 24 July 2017

Quoted in NRC, Ook buiten VK groeit de moslimhaat, 23 June 2017

Quoted in UtropHindu-ekstremister har stor støtte i Vesten, 23 November 2016