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Raphael Susewind

  • Lecturer in Social Anthropology & Development
  • King's College London
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Research interests

Muslim belonging Ambivalence of the Sacred Elections in India

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Exploring Muslim belonging, the ambivalence of the sacred and electoral politics in India

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Publications

Rifah-e-Aam Club, Lucknow: Public sphere and public space in urban India

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British Association for South Asian Studies, April 19-21 (2017)
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Complicating the 'Muslim ghetto' in urban India

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Department of International Development, King's College London (job talk) (2016)
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Complicating the 'Muslim ghetto' in urban India

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Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen (job talk) (2016)
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Complicating the 'Muslim ghetto' in urban India

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Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies, University of Nottingham (invited talk) (2016)
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Urban segregation a decade after the Sachar report

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Indian Muslims: Struggling for equality of citizenship (2016)
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Professional experience

Lecturer in Social Anthropology & Development

King's College London

February 2017 - Present

Postdoc

Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity

August 2016 - January 2017 (5 months)

Research Fellow in Comparative Politics & Development

University of Marburg

May 2010 - March 2011 (10 months)

Education history

University of Bielefeld

PhD in Sociology / Social Anthropology

October 2010 - May 2015 (5 years)

University of Oxford

MSc in Contemporary India

October 2009 - July 2010 (9 months)

University of Marburg

Diploma in Political Science

September 2004 - October 2009 (5 years)