Gurpreet Mahajan is a Professor at the Centre for Political Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University in India. Her publications include Explanation and Understanding in the Human Sciences (OUP 1992; Second Edition 1997; Third Edition 2011), Identities and Rights: Aspects of Liberal Democracy in India (OUP 1998), The Multicultural Path: Issues of Diversity and Discrimination in Democracy (Sage 2002), and India: Political Ideas and the Making of a Democratic Discourse ( Zed Books 2013). Besides this, she has edited five books and published over fifty Articles. She is on the editorial board of several national and international journals. Besides academic publications, she has written for several newspapers.
Published in: Global ExtremesEurope must open up to new ideas about the secular state
With the recent fallout between France and some Muslim nations, this is a reminder to open up to alternative solutions.
Published in: Migrant FuturesIn India, the pandemic is creating new borders
For those living on the margins or survive on daily wages the pandemic is a question of survival.
Published in: Global ExtremesIn India: secularism or multiculturalism?
What can we make of the ‘return’ of secularism to the centre of political debate in India?