Dr Nitasha Kaul

Dr Nitasha Kaul


2022

Beyond India and China: Bhutan as a Small State in International Relations
Kaul, N. 2022. Beyond India and China: Bhutan as a Small State in International Relations . International Relations of the Asia-Pacific. 22 (2), pp. 297-337. https://doi.org/10.1093/irap/lcab010

2022

Bhutan’s foreign policy balancing act
Kaul, N. 2022. Bhutan’s foreign policy balancing act. East Asian Forum.

2022

Kashmir is not a file: Propaganda and Politics in India
Kaul, N. 2022. Kashmir is not a file: Propaganda and Politics in India.

2022

Communism, Caste, and the Paradox of the ‘Party Village’ in Kerala
Kaul, N. and Kannangara, N. 2022. Communism, Caste, and the Paradox of the ‘Party Village’ in Kerala. Ala (അല): A Kerala Studies Blog. 48.

2022

What Rishi Sunak becoming Prime Minister means for Britain’s Hindu community
Kaul, N. 2022. What Rishi Sunak becoming Prime Minister means for Britain’s Hindu community. The Independent.

2022

India, Israel, and Geopolitical Imaginaries of Cooperation and Oppression
Dr Nitasha Kaul 2022. India, Israel, and Geopolitical Imaginaries of Cooperation and Oppression. Georgetown Journal of International Affairs.

2022

3Es for AI: Economics, Explanation, Epistemology
Dr Nitasha Kaul 2022. 3Es for AI: Economics, Explanation, Epistemology. Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence. 5 833238. https://doi.org/10.3389/frai.2022.833238

2022

Friendship and International Relations in the Himalayas: Bhutan, Britain and the 1910 Treaty of Punakha
Dr Nitasha Kaul 2022. Friendship and International Relations in the Himalayas: Bhutan, Britain and the 1910 Treaty of Punakha. Itinerario: Journal of Imperial and Global Interactions. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0165115322000067

2021

The Misogyny of Authoritarians in Contemporary Democracies
Kaul, N. 2021. The Misogyny of Authoritarians in Contemporary Democracies. International Studies Review. 23 (4), pp. 1619-1645. https://doi.org/10.1093/isr/viab028

2021

COVID in India: a tragedy with its roots in Narendra Modi’s leadership style
Kaul, N. 2021. COVID in India: a tragedy with its roots in Narendra Modi’s leadership style. theconversation.com.

2021

Small state, big example: Covid pandemic management in Bhutan
Kaul, N. 2021. Small state, big example: Covid pandemic management in Bhutan. Critical Studies on Security. 9 (1), pp. 58-62. https://doi.org/10.1080/21624887.2021.1904359

2021

Representing Bhutan: A Critical Analysis of the Politics of Knowledge Production
Kaul, N. 2021. Representing Bhutan: A Critical Analysis of the Politics of Knowledge Production. The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History. 49 (4), pp. 629-657. https://doi.org/10.1080/03086534.2021.1883245

2021

Coloniality and/as Development in Kashmir: Econonationalism
Kaul, N. 2021. Coloniality and/as Development in Kashmir: Econonationalism. Feminist Review. 128 (1), pp. 114-131. https://doi.org/10.1177/01417789211016490

2021

'Where is Bhutan?': The Production of Bhutan's Asymmetrical Inbetweenness in Geopolitics
Kaul, N. 2021. 'Where is Bhutan?': The Production of Bhutan's Asymmetrical Inbetweenness in Geopolitics. Journal of Asian Studies. pp. 1-20. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0021911820003691

2021

The Persistence of Political Power: A Communist ‘Party Village’ in Kerala and the Paradox of Egalitarian Hierarchies
Kaul, N. and Kannangara, N. 2021. The Persistence of Political Power: A Communist ‘Party Village’ in Kerala and the Paradox of Egalitarian Hierarchies. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10767-021-09411-w

2021

Bhutan and Northeast India: Subnational Diplomacy Possibilities
Kaul, N. and Rabgyal, D. 2021. Bhutan and Northeast India: Subnational Diplomacy Possibilities. South Asian Voices.

2020

Islamophobia in India
Kaul, N. 2020. Islamophobia in India. Society and Space.

2020

China : Xinjiang :: India : Kashmir
Kaul, N. 2020. China : Xinjiang :: India : Kashmir. Made in China Journal.

2019

The Political Project of Postcolonial Neoliberal Nationalism
Kaul, N. 2019. The Political Project of Postcolonial Neoliberal Nationalism. Indian Politics & Policy. 2 (1), pp. 3-30. https://doi.org/10.18278/inpp.2.1.2

2018

Knowing In Our Own Ways
Kaul, N. 2018. Knowing In Our Own Ways . Economic and Political Weekly. 53 (47), pp. 33-35.

2018

India’s obsession with Kashmir: democracy, gender, (anti-)nationalism
Kaul, N. 2018. India’s obsession with Kashmir: democracy, gender, (anti-)nationalism. Feminist Review. 119 (1), p. 126–143. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41305-018-0123-x

2017

Rise of the Political Right in India: Hindutva-Development Mix, Modi Myth, and Dualities
Kaul, N. 2017. Rise of the Political Right in India: Hindutva-Development Mix, Modi Myth, and Dualities. Journal of Labor and Society. 20 (4), pp. 523-548. https://doi.org/10.1111/wusa.12318

2011

A disruptive ethnography of Tanzanian-Indians
Anand, D. and Kaul, N. 2011. A disruptive ethnography of Tanzanian-Indians. South Asian Diaspora. 3 (2), pp. 183-195. https://doi.org/10.1080/19438192.2011.579457

2011

On Loving and Losing Kashmir
Kaul, N. 2011. On Loving and Losing Kashmir. India International Centre Quarterly. 34 (3/4), pp. 42-53.

2009

Who Carries Out Spectacular Acts of Terrorism and Why?
Kaul, N. 2009. Who Carries Out Spectacular Acts of Terrorism and Why? CTheory. 31 (3).

2009

Economics Turning People into Things
Kaul, N. 2009. Economics Turning People into Things. Development. 52, pp. 298-301. https://doi.org/10.1057/dev.2009.43

2009

Elderly Single Women and Urban Property: When a Room of One’s Own Becomes a Curse
Kaul, N. 2009. Elderly Single Women and Urban Property: When a Room of One’s Own Becomes a Curse. Gender & Development. 17 (3), pp. 493-502. https://doi.org/10.1080/13552070903299186

2008

Bearing Better Witness in Bhutan
Kaul, N. 2008. Bearing Better Witness in Bhutan. Economic and Political Weekly. XLIII (37), pp. 67-69.

2002

A critical 'post' to critical realism
Kaul, N. 2002. A critical 'post' to critical realism. Cambridge Journal of Economics. 26 (6), pp. 709-726. https://doi.org/10.1093/cje/26.6.709

2021

Proceedings of Bhutan: Biodemocracy & Resilience Conference 2020
Kaul, N., Khandu, S. and Mangdip, T. 2021. Proceedings of Bhutan: Biodemocracy & Resilience Conference 2020. Bhutan Centre for Local Governance & Research.

2020

Proceedings of Bhutan: Biodemocracy & Resilience Conference 2019
Kaul, N. and Khandu, S. 2020. Proceedings of Bhutan: Biodemocracy & Resilience Conference 2019. Bhutan Centre for Local Governance & Research.

2022

Kashmir, Feminisms, and Global Solidarities
Dr Nitasha Kaul 2022. Kashmir, Feminisms, and Global Solidarities. in: Routledge Handbook of Critical Kashmir Studies Abingdon, Oxon Routledge. pp. 367-379

2022

China: Xinjiang :: India: Kashmir
Kaul, N. 2022. China: Xinjiang :: India: Kashmir. in: Byler, D., Franceschini, I. and Loubere, N. (ed.) Xinjiang Year Zero Canberra, Australia Australia National University (ANU) Press. pp. 219-230

2021

Hindutva in Western Societies: Entanglements and Paradoxes
Kaul, N. and Menon, A. 2021. Hindutva in Western Societies: Entanglements and Paradoxes. in: Gowricharn, R. (ed.) New Perspectives on the Indian Diaspora India Routledge. pp. 160-184

2018

Banning Taste: Boycotts, Identity, and Resistance
Conway, D., Brighi, E., Kaul, N. and Khalili, L. 2018. Banning Taste: Boycotts, Identity, and Resistance. in: Schwabe, A., Pascu, D.F. and Connuck, J. (ed.) The Empire Remains Shop New York, US Columbia University Press. pp. 47-50

2017

"Democracy" (pp. 59-61) and "Identity Cards" (pp. 139-141)
Kaul, N. 2017. "Democracy" (pp. 59-61) and "Identity Cards" (pp. 139-141). in: Morley, S., Turner, J., Corteen, K. and Taylor, P. (ed.) A Companion to State Power, Liberties and Rights Bristol Policy Press University of Bristol. pp. 59-61, 139-141

2016

Poems
Kaul, N. 2016. Poems. in: 40 Under 40 Mumbai, India Paperwall Media & Publishing Pvt.Ltd. pp. 198

2013

Divorce in Bhutan
Kaul, N. 2013. Divorce in Bhutan. in: Emery, R.E. (ed.) Cultural Sociology of Divorce: An Encyclopedia SAGE Publications.

2013

Everything I cannot tell you About the Women of Kashmir
Kaul, N. 2013. Everything I cannot tell you About the Women of Kashmir. in: Shah, F. (ed.) Of Occupation and Resistance: Writings from Kashmir New Delhi Westland and Traquebar Press. pp. 252-258

2013

Kashmir: a place of blood and memory
Kaul, N. 2013. Kashmir: a place of blood and memory. in: Kak, S. (ed.) Until my Freedom has Come: The New Intifada in Kashmir Chicago Haymarket Books. pp. 189-212

2011

Women in Bhutan
Kaul, N. 2011. Women in Bhutan. in: Encyclopedia of Women in Today′s World SAGE Publications.

2011

On Loving and Losing Kashmir
Kaul, N. 2011. On Loving and Losing Kashmir. in: Pande, I. (ed.) A Tangled Web: Jammu & Kashmir India HarperCollins. pp. 42-53

2011

Cultural Econo-Mixes of the Bazaar
Kaul, N. 2011. Cultural Econo-Mixes of the Bazaar. in: Pollard, J., McEwan, C. and Hughes, A. (ed.) Postcolonial Economies London Zed Books. pp. 107-128

2010

Every Life is a Sentence: An Introduction
Kaul, N. 2010. Every Life is a Sentence: An Introduction. in: Kaul, N. (ed.) November Light: An Anthology of Creative Writing from Bhutan Bhutan Kuensel.

2009

Letter (to my fictional characters in the city of Berlin)
Kaul, N. 2009. Letter (to my fictional characters in the city of Berlin). in: Reyes, H. and Derbyshire, K. (ed.) Berlin (City-lit series) London Oxygen books. pp. 220-222

2004

Writing Economic Theory AnOther Way
Kaul, N. 2004. Writing Economic Theory AnOther Way. in: Charusheela, S. and Zein-Elabdin, E. (ed.) Postcolonialism Meets Economics London Routledge.

2003

The anxious identities we inhabit…Post’isms and Economic Understandings
Kaul, N. 2003. The anxious identities we inhabit…Post’isms and Economic Understandings. in: Barker, D. and Kuiper, E. (ed.) Toward A Feminist Philosophy of Economics London Routledge.

2001

“Neoclassical Economics”, “Feminist Economics”, “Experimental Economics”, “Paul Samuelson” and “New Household Economics”
Kaul, N. 2001. “Neoclassical Economics”, “Feminist Economics”, “Experimental Economics”, “Paul Samuelson” and “New Household Economics”. in: Michie, J. (ed.) Readers Guide to the Social Sciences London Fitzroy Dearborn.

2001

Feminism in Economics: Theoria and Aporia
Kaul, N. 2001. Feminism in Economics: Theoria and Aporia. in: Assiter, A., Britton, C. and Brina, C. (ed.) Millenial Visions: Feminisms into the 21st Century Cardiff Cardiff Academic Press.

2023

Contemporary Kashmiris and Kurds: Conflict and Coloniality
Kaul, N. and Anand, D. (ed.) 2023. Forthcoming. Contemporary Kashmiris and Kurds: Conflict and Coloniality. University of Westminster Press.

2020

Future Tense
Kaul, N. 2020. Future Tense . New Delhi HarperCollins.

2020

Can You Hear Kashmiri Women Speak?
Kaul, N. (ed.) 2020. Can You Hear Kashmiri Women Speak? New Delhi, India Women Unlimited/Kali For Women Press.

2014

Residue
Kaul, N. 2014. Residue . New Delhi Rupa Publications (Rainlight Imprint).

2007

Imagining Economics Otherwise: encounters with identity/difference
Kaul, N. 2007. Imagining Economics Otherwise: encounters with identity/difference. London Routledge.

2022

What Dreams Will Come: AI and Buddhism
Kaul, N. 2022. What Dreams Will Come: AI and Buddhism. Kuensel.

2021

Bhutan and India: The Importance of Subnational Diplomacy
Kaul, N. and Rabgyal, D. 2021. Bhutan and India: The Importance of Subnational Diplomacy. 9 Dash Line.

2020

The Stones of Kashmir
Kaul, N. 2020. The Stones of Kashmir. ADI Magazine: Rehumanizing Policy.

2020

Modi: myth and the man
Kaul, N. and Anand, D. 2020. Modi: myth and the man. The Telegraph.

2020

Trump’s offer on Kashmir: Does it matter?
Kaul, N. 2020. Trump’s offer on Kashmir: Does it matter? National Herald.

2020

Small state relations: Bhutan and Bangladesh
Kaul, N. and Khandu, S. 2020. Small state relations: Bhutan and Bangladesh. Asia Dialogue.

2020

Bhutan-India Relations in the 21st Century
Kaul, N. and Khandu, S. 2020. Bhutan-India Relations in the 21st Century. 9 Dash Line. https://www.9dashline.com/article/bhutan-india-relations-in-the-21st-century1.

2019

Finding the Ways Forward on Kashmir
Kaul, N. 2019. Finding the Ways Forward on Kashmir. Centre on Constitutional Change.

2019

Media, money and majoritarianism: The Indian elections 2019
Kaul, N. 2019. Media, money and majoritarianism: The Indian elections 2019. Asia Dialogue.

2019

Kashmir Is Under the Heel of India’s Colonialism
Kaul, N. 2019. Kashmir Is Under the Heel of India’s Colonialism. Foreign Policy.

2017

Kashmir: The communalisation of a political dispute
Kaul, N. 2017. Kashmir: The communalisation of a political dispute. Aljazeera.

2017

“We want freedom” ~ Kashmir, a photo essay
Kaul, N. 2017. “We want freedom” ~ Kashmir, a photo essay. Cafe Dissensus.

2016

Being Human
Kaul, N. 2016. Being Human. Kindle Magazine.

2016

Kashmiri Pandits are a Pawn in the Games of Hindutva Forces
Kaul, N. 2016. Kashmiri Pandits are a Pawn in the Games of Hindutva Forces. Thewire.in.

2016

From Gandhi and Mandela to Modi in South Africa
Kaul, N. 2016. From Gandhi and Mandela to Modi in South Africa. The Daily Vox.

2016

From funerals to freedom for Kashmir: undoing the Great Indian Democracy
Kaul, N. 2016. From funerals to freedom for Kashmir: undoing the Great Indian Democracy. openDemocracy.

2015

Words and Worlds: Linguicide
Kaul, N. 2015. Words and Worlds: Linguicide. Kindle Magazine.

2015

Poems by Nitasha Kaul
Kaul, N. 2015. Poems by Nitasha Kaul. Kindle Magazine.

2015

Why the New Film About the Gang Rape and Murder of Jyoti Singh Is Required Viewing
Kaul, N. 2015. Why the New Film About the Gang Rape and Murder of Jyoti Singh Is Required Viewing. The Nation.

2015

Stormy Days Ahead for the BJP-PDP alliance of Opposites
Kaul, N. 2015. Stormy Days Ahead for the BJP-PDP alliance of Opposites. The Quint.

2015

Mother Wit
Kaul, N. 2015. Mother Wit. Kindle Magazine.

2015

On Hindutva hate politics: A few things I wasn't able to discuss with Ram Madhav on Al Jazeera
Kaul, N. 2015. On Hindutva hate politics: A few things I wasn't able to discuss with Ram Madhav on Al Jazeera. Scroll.in.

2013

The Book of Love
Kaul, N. 2013. The Book of Love. Kindle Magazine.

2013

The idea of India and Kashmir
Kaul, N. 2013. The idea of India and Kashmir. Seminar. 643, pp. 72-75.

2013

Fashion: Theory and Praxis
Kaul, N. 2013. Fashion: Theory and Praxis. Kindle Magazine.

2013

Beyond Maps, Beyond Nations
Kaul, N. 2013. Beyond Maps, Beyond Nations. New Internationalist.

2013

The Heart of Darkness
Kaul, N. 2013. The Heart of Darkness. Kindle Magazine.

2012

Who are You?
Kaul, N. 2012. Who are You? Kindle Magazine.

2012

The last hope
Kaul, N. 2012. The last hope. Kindle Magazine.

2012

Strangers of Sofia
Kaul, N. 2012. Strangers of Sofia. Kindle Magazine.

2012

Recalling Morocco
Kaul, N. 2012. Recalling Morocco. Kindle Magazine.

2012

Once upon a time in Copenhagen
Kaul, N. 2012. Once upon a time in Copenhagen. Kindle Magazine.

2012

Recalling Saigaon
Kaul, N. 2012. Recalling Saigaon. Kindle Magazine.

2012

In Hanoi
Kaul, N. 2012. In Hanoi. Kindle Magazine.

2011

Hunger, Resistance and Creativity
Kaul, N. 2011. Hunger, Resistance and Creativity. Kindle Magazine.

2011

Of a Woman's Body
Kaul, N. 2011. Of a Woman's Body. Kindle Magazine.

2011

Night As It Was
Kaul, N. 2011. Night As It Was. Kindle Magazine.

2011

India/China/Kashmir/Tibet
Kaul, N. 2011. India/China/Kashmir/Tibet. Kindle Magazine.

2011

MC Kash: That Bayonet of a Voice
Kaul, N. 2011. MC Kash: That Bayonet of a Voice. Kindle Magazine.

2011

Musings on Political Machismo
Kaul, N. 2011. Musings on Political Machismo. Kindle Magazine.

2011

Hope and Despair
Kaul, N. 2011. Hope and Despair. Pratilipi: a bilingual literary journal.

2011

How many zeroes are there in a trillion? On Economics, Neoliberalism and Economic Justice
Kaul, N. 2011. How many zeroes are there in a trillion? On Economics, Neoliberalism and Economic Justice. openDemocracy.

2010

India's big guns bazaar
Kaul, N. 2010. India's big guns bazaar. openDemocracy.

2009

The City and Im/Passivity
Kaul, N. 2009. The City and Im/Passivity. Pratilipi: a bilingual literary journal.

2009

The Day That Came To Us
Kaul, N. 2009. The Day That Came To Us. Pratilipi: a bilingual literary journal.

2009

The House I'll Soon Give Up
Kaul, N. 2009. The House I'll Soon Give Up. Rethinking Marxism: A Journal of Economics, Culture & Society. 21 (4), pp. 619-620. https://doi.org/10.1080/08935690903145879

2009

A view on the London Book Fair
Kaul, N. 2009. A view on the London Book Fair. Notes from the Underground.

2009

Wine, Women, Valentine
Kaul, N. 2009. Wine, Women, Valentine. Outlook Magazine.

2008

Hope and Despair
Kaul, N. 2008. Hope and Despair. Pratilipi: a bilingual literary journal.

2008

Democracy is all you need?
Kaul, N. 2008. Democracy is all you need? The Edinburgh Journal.

2008

Die jüngste Demokratie der Welt
Kaul, N. 2008. Die jüngste Demokratie der Welt. Kulturaustausch: Zeitschrift für internationale Perspektiven.

2008

Unscheduled Halt
Kaul, N. 2008. Unscheduled Halt. South Asian Review. 29 (3), pp. 218-228. https://doi.org/10.1080/02759527.2008.11932634

2008

Power to the People
Kaul, N. 2008. Power to the People. CSD Bulletin. 15 (2), pp. 1-2 & 20.

2008

Lessons for the World
Kaul, N. 2008. Lessons for the World. Times of India.

2008

Bhutan is neither authoritarian nor stuck in a time warp
Kaul, N. 2008. Bhutan is neither authoritarian nor stuck in a time warp. The Guardian.

2008

Bankers on Benefit
Kaul, N. 2008. Bankers on Benefit. Znet.

2008

Bhutan crowns a jewel
Kaul, N. 2008. Bhutan crowns a jewel. UPI Asia.

2019

Written Testimony of Dr Nitasha Kaul
Kaul, N. 2019. Written Testimony of Dr Nitasha Kaul. US House of Representatives, Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific and Nonproliferation (Committee on Foreign Affairs).

2018

Women and Kashmir
Kaul, N. Kaul, N. and Zia, A. (ed.) 2018. Women and Kashmir. Economic and Political Weekly.

2022

Invited Speaker, "No India for Women?" (with Professor Rajni Palriwala and Professor Ania Loomba)
Kaul, N. 2022. Invited Speaker, "No India for Women?" (with Professor Rajni Palriwala and Professor Ania Loomba). Gandhi Ambedkar Study Circle. St. Stephen's College, University of Delhi (online) 18 Feb 2022

2022

“Postcolonial identity, anti-Westernism, and global authoritarianism in ‘emerging powers’”, roundtable MD06
Kaul, N. 2022. “Postcolonial identity, anti-Westernism, and global authoritarianism in ‘emerging powers’”, roundtable MD06. International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Conference. Nashville, USA 28 Mar - 02 Apr 2022

2022

Invited Speaker, Session on 'India and Hindutva'
Kaul, N. and Truschke, Audrey 2022. Invited Speaker, Session on 'India and Hindutva'. Academics Online: Digital Harassment Across Asias, Association for Asian Studies (AAS) Digital Dialogues, Academics Online Series. (online) 16 Feb 2022

2022

Invited Public Lecture, "Kashmir: The Personal is Political" (introduced by Dr Michael Gavin)
Kaul, N. 2022. Invited Public Lecture, "Kashmir: The Personal is Political" (introduced by Dr Michael Gavin). Organised by The Humanities Collaborative. Gambrell Hall, University of South Carolina, Columbia, USA 04 Apr 2022

2022

Invited Lecture, "‘Inbetween’ India and China: Bhutan’s International Relations" (and conversation with Dr Arunabh Ghosh)
Kaul, N. 2022. Invited Lecture, "‘Inbetween’ India and China: Bhutan’s International Relations" (and conversation with Dr Arunabh Ghosh). Organised by the Lakshmi Mittal and Family South Asia Institute, Harvard University Asia Center and Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies. Harvard University, Boston MA, USA 07 Apr 2022

2022

Invited Lecture, "Subaltern Geopolitics in the Himalayas: Representing Bhutan"
Kaul, N. 2022. Invited Lecture, "Subaltern Geopolitics in the Himalayas: Representing Bhutan". Organised by the High Asia Center. Jackson Heights, New York, USA 13 Apr 2022

2022

Speaker, "3Es for AI: Economics, Explanation, Epistemology" in panel on Ethics and Emerging Technologies; Chair, panel on Risk and Emerging Technologies
Kaul, N. 2022. Speaker, "3Es for AI: Economics, Explanation, Epistemology" in panel on Ethics and Emerging Technologies; Chair, panel on Risk and Emerging Technologies. First Annual Conference of the BISA (British International Studies Association) International Studies and Emerging Technologies (ISET) Working Group on "Assessing the Impact of Emerging Technologies on Contemporary Society and Global Affairs". Clinton Institute, University College Dublin, Ireland 20 - 21 May 2022

2022

"Biodemocracy: Bhutan and Beyond"; "Postcolonial Himalayas: Complex Indigeneities and the Discourse of Competing Victimhoods in Kashmir"; Friendship and International Relations in the Himalayas: Bhutan and Beyond"
Kaul, N. 2022. "Biodemocracy: Bhutan and Beyond"; "Postcolonial Himalayas: Complex Indigeneities and the Discourse of Competing Victimhoods in Kashmir"; Friendship and International Relations in the Himalayas: Bhutan and Beyond". Himalayan Studies Conference 6, The Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies (ANHS). University of Toronto, Canada 13 - 16 Oct 2022

2022

Invited Lecture, "Bhutan-India Relations: Friendship and Treaty-Making in the Himalayas" (moderated by Dr Swargajyoti Gohain), Ashoka University, Haryana, India, 16 March 2022
Kaul, N. 2022. Invited Lecture, "Bhutan-India Relations: Friendship and Treaty-Making in the Himalayas" (moderated by Dr Swargajyoti Gohain), Ashoka University, Haryana, India, 16 March 2022. Bhutan-India Relations: Friendship and Treaty-Making in the Himalayas. Ashoka University, Haryana, India 16 Mar 2022

2022

Roundtable on “Emerging Technologies and International Studies”
Kaul, N. 2022. Roundtable on “Emerging Technologies and International Studies”. 2022 ACUNS Annual Meeting on 'Evidence-Based Solutions for Intensifying Global Challenges. Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS), Geneva, Switzerland 23 - 25 Jun 2022

2022

Invited Lecture, "Understanding Kashmir
Kaul, N. 2022. Invited Lecture, "Understanding Kashmir. U.S. State Department Foreign Service Institute’s (FSI) South and Central Asia (SCA) Area Studies program. School of Professional and Area Studies (SPAS), George P. Shultz National Foreign Affairs Training Center (NFATC), Virginia 30 Jun 2022

2021

Developmental Challenges in Bhutan and how to overcome them
Kaul, N. 2021. Developmental Challenges in Bhutan and how to overcome them. (essay competition for Bhutanese undergraduate students). Thimphu/London, Bhutan/UK (online) 20 Dec 2021

2021

Organiser and Speaker, "Bhutan Development and Resilience Early Career Researchers’ Conference”
Kaul, N. 2021. Organiser and Speaker, "Bhutan Development and Resilience Early Career Researchers’ Conference”. "Bhutan Development and Resilience Early Career Researchers’ Conference”, (in collaboration with Centre for Local Governance & Research). Thimphu/London, Bhutan/UK (online) 02 Oct 2021

2021

Invited Speaker, "The Transnational Right in World Politics", (panel with Nicholas Michelsen, Mustafa Kutlay, Xin Fan)
Kaul, N. 2021. Invited Speaker, "The Transnational Right in World Politics", (panel with Nicholas Michelsen, Mustafa Kutlay, Xin Fan). The Global Webinar on the International System of Power. City University, London (online) 26 Nov 2021

2021

Invited Speaker, "Rising India, Falling Freedoms: Hindutva Visions of Dissent and Democracy", (panel with Professors Purnima Bose and Mona Bhan, Pralay Kanungo, Bernadette Marie White, Zainab Farhat)
Kaul, N. 2021. Invited Speaker, "Rising India, Falling Freedoms: Hindutva Visions of Dissent and Democracy", (panel with Professors Purnima Bose and Mona Bhan, Pralay Kanungo, Bernadette Marie White, Zainab Farhat). 5th Annual Symposium on Muslim Philanthropy and Civil Society. MPI (Muslim Philanthropy Initiative), Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), USA, (online) 09 - 13 Nov 2021

2021

Invited Speaker, Lecture titled “Desiderata for 21st Century Decolonisations”
Kaul, N. 2021. Invited Speaker, Lecture titled “Desiderata for 21st Century Decolonisations”. Organised by TAPAS (The Task Force for Asian American Progressive Advocacy and Studies). Harvard College, USA, (online) 06 Dec 2021

2009

Democracy in the Non-West: Facts, Fictions and Frictions
Kaul, N. 2009. Democracy in the Non-West: Facts, Fictions and Frictions. Beyond the Ballot Box: Report from the Deepening and Sustaining Democracy in Asia Conference. Bhutan 11 - 14 Nov 2009 Centre for Bhutan Studies.

2004

Review of K. Saunders (ed.), “Feminist Post-Development Thought: Rethinking Modernity, Post-colonialism and Representation
Kaul, N. 2004. Review of K. Saunders (ed.), “Feminist Post-Development Thought: Rethinking Modernity, Post-colonialism and Representation. International Feminist Journal of Politics. 6 (2), pp. 353-355. https://doi.org/10.1080/1461674042000211380

2003

Review of P.I. Olson and Z. Emami (eds), “Engendering Economics: Conversations with Women Economists in the United States
Kaul, N. 2003. Review of P.I. Olson and Z. Emami (eds), “Engendering Economics: Conversations with Women Economists in the United States. The Economic Journal (Journal of the The Royal Economic Society). 113 (485), pp. 203-206. https://doi.org/10.1111/1468-0297.t01-3-00105

2002

Review of S. Hekman (ed.), “Feminism, Identity and Difference
Kaul, N. 2002. Review of S. Hekman (ed.), “Feminism, Identity and Difference. Feminist Economics. 8 (3), pp. 127-131. https://doi.org/10.1080/13545700210138703

2002

Review of World Bank Policy Research Report, “Engendering Development: Through Gender Equality in Rights, Resources and Voice
Kaul, N. 2002. Review of World Bank Policy Research Report, “Engendering Development: Through Gender Equality in Rights, Resources and Voice. Journal of Development Studies . 38 (6), pp. 170-172. https://doi.org/10.1080/00220380412331322631

2022

“The Misogyny of Authoritarians in Contemporary Democracies”; conference paper in panel WA26 on The Nexus of White Supremacy and Patriarchal Misogyny in Contemporary Democracy
Kaul, N. 2022. “The Misogyny of Authoritarians in Contemporary Democracies”; conference paper in panel WA26 on The Nexus of White Supremacy and Patriarchal Misogyny in Contemporary Democracy. International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Conference. Nashville, USA 28 Mar - 02 Apr 2022

2022

“21st century decolonizations, or why we need 'unusual' dispute resolutions in IR”, conference paper in panel WB06 on New Approaches to Peacebuilding Practice
Kaul, N. 2022. “21st century decolonizations, or why we need 'unusual' dispute resolutions in IR”, conference paper in panel WB06 on New Approaches to Peacebuilding Practice. International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Conference. Nashville, USA 28 Mar - 02 Apr 2022

2022

"Indigeneity and Competing Victimhoods in Post/Colonial Conflict", conference paper in panel INN382 on Understanding Sovereignty and Recognition: Decolonial and Indigenous Approaches and Worldviews
Kaul, N. 2022. "Indigeneity and Competing Victimhoods in Post/Colonial Conflict", conference paper in panel INN382 on Understanding Sovereignty and Recognition: Decolonial and Indigenous Approaches and Worldviews. ECPR (European Consortium for Political Research) General Conference. University of Innsbruck, Austria 22 - 26 Aug 2022

2022

"What metaphors do for ideology, politics, and policy", conference paper in panel INN037 on Concepts and Metaphors
Kaul, N. 2022. "What metaphors do for ideology, politics, and policy", conference paper in panel INN037 on Concepts and Metaphors. ECPR (European Consortium for Political Research) General Conference. University of Innsbruck, Austria 22 - 26 Aug 2022

2022

Fluidity and fixity: Rethinking disputes and decolonisation in the 21st century - conference paper in section ST18 - Contestation in International Politics, Pandaemonium: Interrogating the Apocalyptic Imaginaries of Our Time
Kaul, N. 2022. Fluidity and fixity: Rethinking disputes and decolonisation in the 21st century - conference paper in section ST18 - Contestation in International Politics, Pandaemonium: Interrogating the Apocalyptic Imaginaries of Our Time. 15th EISA Pan-European Conference on International Relations (PEC). Panteion University, Athens, Greece 01 - 04 Sep 2022

2022

Biodemocracy: Bhutan and Beyond - conference paper in section ST14 - Small States in World Politics
Kaul, N. 2022. Biodemocracy: Bhutan and Beyond - conference paper in section ST14 - Small States in World Politics. 15th EISA Pan-European Conference on International Relations (PEC). Panteion University, Athens, Greece 01 - 04 Sep 2022

2022

Why we should care about the sensory repression of dissent by democracies
Kaul, N. and Cachelin, S. 2022. Why we should care about the sensory repression of dissent by democracies. British International Studies Association (BISA) Conference, Panel on 'Extremism, State Repression, and Emerging Technologies'. Civic Centre, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK 16 Jun 2022

2022

Friendship' and the Himalayas: Bhutan, Britain and the 1910 Treaty of Punakha
Kaul, N. 2022. Friendship' and the Himalayas: Bhutan, Britain and the 1910 Treaty of Punakha. 16th International Association for Tibetan Studies (IATS) Seminar. Faculty of Arts of Charles University and the Oriental Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic 03 - 10 Jul 2022

2022

Guest Lecture on Language, Conflict, and Fiction for Class LING 542/POLI 542 on Research in Language Conflict and Language Rights, University of South Carolina, Columbia, USA, 5 April 2022
Kaul, N. 2022. Guest Lecture on Language, Conflict, and Fiction for Class LING 542/POLI 542 on Research in Language Conflict and Language Rights, University of South Carolina, Columbia, USA, 5 April 2022.

2022

Geopolitics, State-Making, and Friendship in the Himalayas: Bhutan in the 20th century
Kaul, N. 2022. Geopolitics, State-Making, and Friendship in the Himalayas: Bhutan in the 20th century. Inter-disciplinary Workshop on 'Revisiting the Frontier: Colonial legacies and lived realities of Himalayan border-worlds. Yale MacMillan Center, Yale South Asia Council and Inter-Asia Initiative, Yale University, USA 15 - 16 Apr 2022

2022

21st century decolonization, or why we need 'unusual' dispute resolutions
Kaul, N. 2022. 21st century decolonization, or why we need 'unusual' dispute resolutions. ECPR (European Consortium for Political Research) virtual joint workshop VIR06 on 'Pacifism and Nonviolence: Cultivating a New Research Agenda'. University of Edinburgh (online) 19 - 20 Apr 2022

2022

Co-Organiser, Facilitator and Speaker, Day-long workshop on "Contemporary Kashmiris and Kurds: Conflict and Coloniality"
Kaul, N. 2022. Co-Organiser, Facilitator and Speaker, Day-long workshop on "Contemporary Kashmiris and Kurds: Conflict and Coloniality". Day-long workshop on "Contemporary Kashmiris and Kurds: Conflict and Coloniality". Pavilion, 115 NCS, University of Westminster 23 May 2022

2022

Conference workshop participant and discussant, “Himalayan Journeys: Circulations & Transformations"
Kaul, N. 2022. Conference workshop participant and discussant, “Himalayan Journeys: Circulations & Transformations". Himalayan Journeys: Circulations & Transformations. CNRS’s Centre for Himalayan Studies, Campus Condorcet, Paris, France 22 - 24 Jun 2022

2021

Invited Speaker, "Blurring Boundaries? Illiberal conservatism and the New Right", panel on "Illiberal Conservatism and the New Right -- Cross-National Entanglements"
Kaul, N. 2021. Invited Speaker, "Blurring Boundaries? Illiberal conservatism and the New Right", panel on "Illiberal Conservatism and the New Right -- Cross-National Entanglements". International Workshop organized by OEI Sociology and SCRIPTS Berlin (Research Units Borders and Orders). Freie Universität Berlin (online) 30 Sep - 01 Oct 2021

2021

Invited Plenary Speaker, "Global Authoritarian Populism Workshop" (panel with Bill Schwarz, Dan Nexon, Walden Bello)
Kaul, N. 2021. Invited Plenary Speaker, "Global Authoritarian Populism Workshop" (panel with Bill Schwarz, Dan Nexon, Walden Bello). Global Authoritarian Populism Workshop. City University, London (online) 09 - 10 Sep 2021

2021

Invited Speaker "Blurring Boundaries? Illiberal conservatism and the New Right", panel on "Illiberal Conservatism and the New Right -- Cross-National Entanglements"
Kaul, N. 2021. Invited Speaker "Blurring Boundaries? Illiberal conservatism and the New Right", panel on "Illiberal Conservatism and the New Right -- Cross-National Entanglements". International Workshop organized by OEI Sociology and SCRIPTS Berlin (Research Units Borders and Orders). Freie Universität Berlin (online) 30 Sep - 01 Oct 2021


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