I try to get as much writing out there, where anyone and not only some folks in academia can read it. Also, I try to enhance the interdisciplinary research on gender via the En-Gender journal of which I am a founding member.
Especially topics on the intersection of religion and feminism, the history of the empire and South Asia, gender and race in these times are central to what I want people to engage in. I am happy to respond to media inquiries on these topics and how they not only relate but are immensely important for our present.
These are my recent writings:
“Religion and Feminism? A way to look at their relationship from an intersectional and postcolonial view”, LSE International History Blog, 16 March 2021.
„In Search for Superwoman: Feminist Eugenicists Within a Global Religious History„, Scottish Centre for Global History, 22 Feb 2021.