Undergraduate reading History at Cambridge. Cynical politico, travelling-aficionado, camembert-enthusiast. Sometimes I write.
I am currently reading History at the University of Cambridge. In this, I am primarily focusing on the space between high politics and intellectual conceptions of politics - that is, notions of nationalism and the nation-state - and how these have come to manifest themselves in the practice of politics in modern Britain and India. I am also greatly interested in parliamentary politics; international relations; human rights; feminism and gender relations (especially intersectional theory, feminist intellectual history and women in war); immigration and race-relations; and debates concerning the structure of the economy post-2008. My writing reflects these various deep interests of mine, all of which are linked by a common aim in every piece to lift previously-unheard voices and stories from "the condescension of posterity".