Researcher, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford

Bharath completed his PhD in 2017, focusing on the ethics, politics, and multiculturalism in hip-hop culture. He has also worked on anti-Muslim hate and extremism studies for over four years in a professional capacity. His current interests are in governance, digital culture, and social and political geographies of the Internet.

Researcher, Oxford Internet Institute (2017 - present)
PhD, Department of Geography, University College London (2017)
Senior Researcher, Tell MAMA and Faith Matters (www.tellmamauk.org) (2014-2017)

Selected publications:
Ganesh, B. (2016). The geography of anti-Muslim hatred. London: Tell MAMA. (http://tellmamauk.org/wp-content/uploads/pdf/tell_mama_2015_annual_report.pdf).
Ganesh, B. (2015). The Prevent Duty and its government-centred context. Public Spirit (October 2015, http://www.publicspirit.org.uk/the-prevent-duty-and-its-government-centred-context/).
Ganesh, B and I Abou-Atta. (2016). Forgotten Women: the impact of Islamophobia on Muslim women (United Kingdom National Report). Brussels: European Network Against Racism (ENAR). (http://www.enar-eu.org/IMG/pdf/forgotten_women_report_united_kingdom_-_final.pdf)

Experience

  • –present
    Researcher in multiculturalism, hate crime, and extremism, UCL

Education

  •  
    UC Berkeley, BA Peace and Conflict Studies
  • 2017 
    UCL, PhD Geography
  • 2012 
    UCL, MSc Globalisation