Ms. Apala Vatsa has a background in Humanities with a special research interest in Feminism, the Rights’ Discourse and Political Theory. Over her training in post-graduation and M.Phil. she has been exposed to a diversity of scholars and academicians from the world over that have helped expand her knowledge base. She utilizes knowledge and training gained thereby to facilitate student understanding, provide them with the required academic resources and respond to their queries and concerns effectively.
Progressive and trained social science professional with a year and half of experience in educational institutes and industry. She has submitted her M.Phil. Dissertation on ‘Multiculturalism and Citizenship in Post 7/7 Britain.’ Her work has implications for any society that is grappling with diversity in overly securitised societies. She is currently working on her doctoral topic ‘Politics of the Death Penalty Discourse in Independent India’.