Charlotte Thomas directs the South Asia program. Her research examines social movements, political violence, Muslim minorities and identity politics. Her current research project concerns Azadi claims in Kashmir and the AIMIM political party based in Hyderabad.
She currently teaches Political Science at Sciences-Po Paris. She has also taught at Sciences-Po Lille (2013-2015) and within the PhD program at Sciences-Po Paris.
She holds degrees in Political Science and Comparative Politics from Sciences-Po Paris and Sciences-Po Toulouse. Her forthcoming book, based on her PhD thesis, is titled Domination and Resistance of the Muslim Minority: Paradoxes of Ghettoisation in Juhapura (Gujarat, India) (Karthala).
Publications on Noria
South Asia Paper – #1 Être musulman(s) dans l’Inde de Narendra Modi : la vie de ghetto, entre domination et résistance
© Sarkhei Road, axe à quatre voies traversant le ghetto de Juhapara, municipalité d’Ahmedabad, Gujarat, Inde, mai 2015 To read this article in English, click here Cet article se fonde sur des enquêtes ethnographiques longues menées à Ahmedabad, et principalement...
© Sarkhei Road, the four-lane axis crossing the Juhapura ghetto of Ahmedabab, Gujarat, India, May 2015 Pour consulter cet article en français, cliquez ici This article is based on long ethnographic enquiries led in Ahmedabad, and mainly in Juhapura, between 2009 and...