I am an International Research Fellow atthe Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, University of Tokyo. I was previously appointed a tenure-track Post as Lecturer in Development in the Department of Geography at the University of Sheffield, UK. Academically, I am broadly interested around questions of power, inequality, and social justice. My expertise lies on the intersection of states, natural resources, and social movements in Latin America and Southeast Asia. My research has been funded by various research councils and my publications cut across various sub-disciplinary debates in the social sciences.
- Workshop: The Impact of Global Governance Norms on Domestic Resource Politics
- Workshop on States, Nature and the Exercise of Power in the Global South: Towards a New Research Agenda
- Workshop: Developmental States beyond East Asia
- Can a Fourth Victory for the Workers’ Party Secure Brazil’s State Capitalism?
- The Scottish Independence Referendum: Home thoughts from not really abroad
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