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CTAD (UM 7074 CNRS – Paris Nanterre University – Ecole normale supérieure)

Science politique

Droit et politique
Politique comparée
Relations internationales

.Poste doctorante, Projet de recherche titulé, Equality and Law in Personal Status (ELIPS)

.2022 (March) - Paper proposed, 'Sending states in the mobility dialogue – is it an even trajectory in the UN-facilitated processes on international migration?'. Panel on United Nations & Human Mobility chaired by Naujoks, ISA Convention 2022.

.2022 (forthcoming) Chapter in Dirk Hoerder and Lukas Neissl, eds. Migration Worldwide: Migrant Actors, Left-wing Strategies and Capitalist Interests, 'Evolution of state policies in the Arab-Gulf region – producing (im-) mobile capital and labour'. Brill: Studies in Global Migration History.

2020 Cricket, an oddity in the Arab-Gulf lands or, mirror of an enduring South Asian diaspora?’, Revista de Estudios Internacionales Mediterráneos, REIM

2019 How do Muslim countries treat their “outsiders”: Is Islamic practice for naturalisation synonymous with jus sanguinis? ‘Migration & Islamic Ethics: Issues of Residence, Naturalization & Citizenship’, Eds. Jureidini, Ray et Hassan, Said, Leiden: Brill

2018 Is it the Kafala tradition to blame for the exploitative work conditions in the Arab-Gulf countries?, ‘South Asian Migrants in the Gulf’, Eds. Chowdhury, Mehdi et Rajan, Irudaya, (Vol 1) Palgrave Macmillan

2016 Are India’s Policies Increasing the Vulnerability of its female migrants in the Arab-Gulf Countries?, ‘India Migration Report 2016: Gulf migration’, Ed. Rajan, S. Irudaya, New Delhi: Routledge India

2014 Indian workers in Oman and Bahrain- a profile, ‘India Migration Report’, Ed. Rajan, Irudaya, New Delhi: Taylor & Francis India

2012 Kozhikode (Calicut)'s Kuttichira: exclusivity maintained proudly, ‘Muslims in Indian Cities: Trajectories of Marginalisation’, Eds. Gayer, et Jaffrelot, Christophe, Londres: C. Hurst & Co., ; New Delhi : Harper Collins

2012 Qatar's “White-collar” Indians, E-Migrinter, n°8