Prof. Saloni Kapur
Pursuing Ph.D.in International Relations from Lancaster University, UK; M.A. in International Relations from University of Warwick, UK; B.A. in Economics from University of Pune.
Assistant Professor – International Studies
Prof. Saloni Kapur is a PhD candidate in International Relations at Lancaster University. Her research explores great-power responsibility towards insecurity in Pakistan.
Prof. Kapur has an M.A. in International Relations from the University of Warwick and a B.A. in Economics from the University of Pune. She is the co-editor of Securitisation in the Non-West, published by Routledge in 2019. In addition, her work has appeared in academic journals including Global Discourse, Contemporary South Asia, Lancaster Journal of Philosophy, Critical Studies on Terrorism and Peace Prints. She also writes for academic blogs such as South Asia @ LSE, the Conversation and South Asian Voices.
Prof. Kapur has taught at the Symbiosis School of International Studies and at Lancaster University. She has worked at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Vienna and at the Delhi and London offices of International SOS and Control Risks.