Prof. Deepanshu Mohan is an Associate Professor of Economics and Director, Centre for New Economics Studies, O.P. Jindal Global. His research work intersects areas of law and economics, political economy and development economics. His work has been published in journals like Cities, Asian Journal of Social Sciences (NUS), Asian Journal of Public Affairs (NUS), Oxford University Press, Springer (to name a few). He is a regular columnist for platforms like Mint, The Wire, Deccan Herald, Fortune (India), The Print, The Hindu (Business Line) and East Asia Forum (ANU).
Dr. Saumya Uma teaches and researches at the intersection of gender, human rights and the law. In particular, she writes on feminist jurisprudence; international criminal justice and its relevance to India; victim and witness protection; violence, justice and accountability for mass crimes; South Asian women’s movements and the feminist envisioning of justice; human rights law and lawyering; gender based violence and reparative justice; access to justice; social exclusion and marginalization; clinical legal education; and socio-legal pedagogy. She has researched and authored eleven books, edited/co-edited books by reputed publishers such as the Oxford University Press, and has written and published over sixty book chapters, articles in journals, newspapers and popular online media platforms.
Prof. (Dr.) Nisha Nair is Assistant Professor of English and Assistant Dean, Office of Academic Affairs at Jindal Global Law School and a Fellow at International Institute for Higher Education Research and Capacity Building (IIHEd) at O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU). She is the founding Faculty Coordinator for Gender Studies Group under the Centre for Law and Humanities and JGU Book Club under the Literary and Fine Arts Society.
Prof. Sriti Ganguly is a researcher interested in understanding educational realities in the urban context, social exclusions, gender and caste. Some of her publications include: A Special Article titled “Socio-spatial Stigma and Segregation: A Balmiki Colony in Central Delhi” (Economic and Political Weekly) and “Widening Marginality in Access to Primary Education in Tribal Areas: Impact of School Closures and the Policy of Rationalisation” (International Journal of Indigenous & Marginalised Affairs). She has also contributed to the development of course material for the Introductory Sociology course of Bachelors in Sociology, Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), New Delhi.
Shreyashi works as an Assistant Manager at the Centre for Studies in Gender and Sexuality. She is trained as a lawyer with litigation experience on issues of gender violence. She continues to volunteer with Just Justice, a Teach for India initiative to increase legal literacy among the underprivileged communities.
Dr Tanya Mander has been associated with the RGNUL since 2007. She has been associated with teaching English Literature and Language to law students for over 15 years. Her research reflects the aim to unravel, and explore the intersections of literature with various critical literary theories; and draw multiple parallel connections between art and life (society). Her research interests look at contemporary paradigms of literary studies that make space for significant reflection of both ‘shape’ and ‘picture’ of life. Dr. Mander’s primary focus has been to build the idea of research as a permeable membrane between theory and practice, explore boundaries and underscore contradictions and ambiguities.