Regional expertise : Asia, Co-director of the South Asia Program.
Charlotte Thomas holds a PhD. in Political Science from Sciences Po Paris – Centre for International Studies and Research (CERI). Her dissertation dealt with the Muslim minority of Ahmedabad after the 2002 State-led pogroms, with a special focus on the ghetto of Juhapura. She got a scholarship from the French Defense Ministry and the State-funded National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) for three years (2009-2012) to conduct her researches. She now teaches courses at Sciences-Po Paris in Political Science and studies different asspects of the Indian Muslim minority: Kashmir dynamics, political representation of the minority and religious organizations..
Charlotte Thomas is also Co-Director of the Noria South Asia Program.
Research Topic : Ghettoization process; discrimination; post-conflict urban dynamics; communalism and violence; South-Asian Islam; religious organizations, CSO and NGO; urban sociology; social mobilizations
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...
South Asia Paper #1 Being Muslim in Narendra Modi’s India: Ghetto Life, Between Domination and Resistance
© 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...