Swarati Sabhapandit's doctoral research looks at examining populism as a global phenomenon and the rise of populist discourses in contemporary India. Through the investigation of the existing literature and the new faces of populist politics in the 21st century, she aims to lay the groundwork towards theorizing populism in the Global South. Her wider academic interests include migration and identity politics in South Asia, Historical International Relations, gender, and Conflict Studies. She is currently pursuing her doctoral coursework.
1. Currently TA-ing in Global History and International Relations, Monsoon 2021
2. Previously TA-ed in International Security, Spring 2021