Seminar | HUMAN RIGHTS IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETIES

What do we mean when we talk about statues?

Rahul Rao (SOAS University of London)

16 June 2021, 03:00pm-04:30pm (GMT +01:00)

Online

Bio note

Rahul Rao is Reader in Politics and Director of Learning and Teaching at the Department of Politics and International Studies, SOAS University of London. He is the author of Out of Time: The Queer Politics of Postcoloniality (2020) and Third World Protest: Between Home and the World (2010), both published by Oxford University Press. He is currently writing a book on the politics of controversial statues. He is a member of the Radical Philosophy collective and blogs occasionally at The Disorder of Things. He has research interests in international relations, postcolonial and queer theory, gender and sexuality, and South Asia.

Series organized by the Doctoral Programme Human Rights in Contemporary Societies (Centre for Social Studies/Interdisciplinary Research Institute of the University of Coimbra, Portugal)

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