Tasveer Ghar: A Digital Archive of South Asian Popular Visual Culture

Ravinder Kaur is Associate Professor of Modern South Asian Studies in the Department of Cross Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen. She is currently engaged in two long term research on post-reform India’s transition into an attractive ‘emerging market’ in the global political economy, and second, an intellectual history of the idea of the global south. She is the Primary Investigator of ‘Emerging Worlds: Explorations of New South-South Connections’ (2014-2019). Her publications include Since 1947: Partition Narratives among Punjabi Migrants of Delhi (OUP, 2007/2018), editor of a journal special section ‘Southern Futures: Thinking through Emerging Markets,’ Comparative Studies in South Asia, Africa, Middle East (2018), co-editor of three journal special issues ‘Aesthetics of Arrival: Spectacle, Capital, Novelty in post-reform India’, Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power (2016); ‘Social Mobility in Post-reform India’, Journal Special Issue, Contemporary South Asia (2016); Governing Difference: Identity, Inequity and Inequality in India and China’, Special Issue, Third World Quarterly (2012).

Essay/s by this author at Tasveer Ghar:

The Market Hunters:
Corporate Masculinity and the Art of Opening the Economy

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