My dissertation, Gendered Violence and Mobilized Populations: Citizens Taking to Gendered Streets, focuses on the causes and effects of the Nirbhaya protests of 2012 that mobilized large segments of the population in Delhi, India with protests of solidarity occurring world over. Additional details can be found here.
Papers Under Review
Taking Women Seriously: A Gendered Understanding of Crisis Bargaining - co-authored with Abigail Post
Silenced Representation: How to Represent Those Who Can't Demand Representation
Activist/Politician Dichotomy: Social Movements and Surrogate Representation Bringing About Policy Changes
Organizing, Mob Justice, Gossip, or Revolution: Women Creating Counter Publics To Fight Assault
Building and Tearing Down (Academic) Walls: How International Academics Navigate US Academia
Gendering Political Science (GPS) develops new strategies for diversifying the social sciences and addressing discrimination in the academy. It achieves this goal by inviting social scientists who work on gender, race, sexuality, intersectionality, and coalitions to apply the lessons from their research to higher education.