Nashra Mahmood is a 4th year doctoral student whose current research interests lie in theories of Affect, feminist critiques of ethno-nationalism, and critical media studies. Their previous research focused on feminized labor and unionization in North India’s informal economy.Their dissertation project is studying how media manipulation and communalist [dis]information in Indian media post October 2019 has reconstituted national belonging. Nashra holds a BA in Economics and Gender Studies and a MA in Gender studies.
Feminist Critiques of Science, Feminist Critiques of Indian Nationalism, Theories of Affect, Infrastructure Studies, Digital Humanities, Feminist Critiques of Data, and Critical Internet Studies. Qualitative and Computational Methods