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Dr. Dibyesh Anand

Reader (Associate Professor) in International Relations, Department of Politics and IR, University of Westminster


PhD (Bristol), MA (Hull), BA Honours (Delhi)
Reader (Associate Professor) in International Relations, Department of Politics and IR, University of Westminster
Also: Research Director, Department of Politics and IR Associate, India Media Centre, University of Westminster; Member, School of Social Sciences, Humanities, and Languages Research, Enterprise and Knowledge Transfer (REKT) Committee Member, Department’s Research Strategy Team; Co-Organiser of Westminster International Relations Forum; Organiser of CR Parekh Lecture in 2008 (Ashis Nandy). Organiser of four international conferences on China, Tibet and India
Formerly: 2003-2007: Permanent Lecturer, Department of Economics and International Development, University of Bath
Areas: Dibyesh’s research interests include international relations broadly defined; issues of identity and representation; state, nationalism, religion, and democracy; security; majority-minority relations; the interaction between the ‘West’ and the ‘Rest’; China and Tibet; South Asia
Regions: South Asia, China, Tibet
Publications: Anand, D. (Under contract) Tibet: Contested Histories and Futures, London: Reaktion Books; Anand, D (Forthcoming) Hindu Nationalism in India and the Politics of Fear, New York: Palgrave Macmillan; Anand, D. (2009) Tibet: A Victim of Geopolitics, New Delhi: Routledge; Anand, D. (2007) Geopolitical Exotica: Tibet in Western Imagination. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press (Borderline Series); Anand, D. (2011) ‘Revisiting the China-India Border Dispute: An Introduction’, China Report 47(1); Anand D and Kaul, N. (Under Review) ‘A Disruptive Ethnography of Mhindi: Consistencies and Contradictions in the Indian Diaspora in Tanzania’ Anand, D and Ghosh, A. (Under Review), ‘The Politics of Culture and Mobilisation: The Left and the Right in India’; Anand, D. (2009) ‘Diasporic Subjectivity as an Ethical Position’, South Asia Diaspora, 1(2), 102-112; Anand, D. (2009) ‘Strategic Hypocrisy: The British Imperial Scripting of Tibet’s Geopolitical Identity’, Journal of Asian Studies, 68 (1), 227-52; Anand, D. (2009) ‘Moving beyond the blame game: China-India border relations’, East Asian Forum (Australian National University), Online http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2009/08/22/; moving-beyond-the-blame-game-china-india-border-relations/; Anand, D. (2007) ‘Gendered anxieties: Representing Muslim masculinity as a danger’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 9 (2), 257-269, ISSN 1369-1481; Anand, D. (2007) ‘Western representations of the Other: The case of Exotica Tibet’, New political science, 29 (1), 23-42

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