Professor of International Law, Queen Mary University of London

Ratna Kapur has written extensively on issues of human rights, with a specific focus on women’s rights, the rights of migrants, sex workers, and religious minorities. She has also written about various aspects of Indian Constitutional law, in particular, the politics of secularism, the right to religious freedom, and equality.

Her current research interest is on developing a critique of freedom in human rights law and exploring other non-liberal emancipatory possibilities.

Experience

  • –present
    Visiting Professor of Law, Queen Mary University of London