The University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute's Professor Katharine Adeney has appeared on the latest episode of the Knowledge Engaged podcast series to discuss Majoritarian Nationalism, India, and what it means for the rest of the world.
Professor Adeney is an expert in majoritarianism in South Asia, especially India and Pakistan. She is currently co-authoring a monograph on Majoritarianism in South Asia with Professor Wilfried Swenden (Edinburgh) building on their joint paper on whether India can be understood as a consociational democracy. Read more about Katharine's work in her staff profile.
Katharine offered her insights in the 5th episode of season 4 of the 'Knowledge, Engaged' podcast series hosted by Ben Gilbert and the Nottingham Institute for Policy and Engagement. The series highlights the ground-breaking research done at the University of Nottingham and how it makes a difference to the world around us.
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