Project Assistant for Public Relations

Mouli Banerjee, M.A.

Other Colleagues

Käte Hamburger Kolleg / Centre for Global Cooperation Research
Schifferstraße 44
47059 Duisburg
Germany

Tel:  +49 (0)203 379-5230
Fax: +49 (0)203 379-5276
E-mail: banerjee@gcr21.uni-due.de

Research Interests

  • Postcolonial Studies
  • Media and Politics
  • Political Narratives
  • Politics and Gender
  • Constitutional narratives in democracies
  • South Asian Politics
  • Religion and Politics

Vita

Since 08/2018 United Nations Volunteers, UN Head Quarters, Bonn
External Relations and Communications Section
Communications Intern
2017 - 2018 University of Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg
MA in Development and Governance
Thesis: ‘Democracy and its Defence Mechanisms: "Militant Democracy" in Germany and India’
2016 - 2017 Centre for Equity Studies, New Delhi
Researcher
2015 - 2016 Lady Shri Ram College for Women, University of Delhi
PG Diplom. Conflict Transformation and Peace Building
Thesis: ‘En-Gendering Human Security in India: Plugging Legal Loopholes with Effective Policymaking’
2014 - 2015 PRS Legislative Research, Office of Member of Parliament,Delhi
Legislative Assistant to a Member of Parliament (LAMP) Fellow
2012 - 2014 St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi
MA in English Literature
2009 - 2012 Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Universitý of Delhi
BA (Hons) in English Literature

Selected Publications

Banerjee, Mouli (2018):  ‘Pathways of Political Narratives: Populist Rhetoric, the Supreme Court and the (Im)balance of Power’, in:VRÜ Verfassung und Recht in Übersee, VRÜ, Jahrgang 51 (2018), Heft 3, Seite 352 - 366, ISSN print: 0506-7286, ISSN online: 0506-7286, https://doi.org/10.5771/0506-7286-2018-3-352.

Banerjee, Mouli (2016) :  ‘Households as Workspaces:Towards the Safety of Women Domestic Workers in India’, in: Gender Violence Research and Information Taskforce at Prajnya Initiatives,Chennai, available online.

Banerjee, Mouli (2014):  ‘Gender Violence:The Health Impact – Child Marriage as Gender Violence: Social & Health Consequences’, in Grit Journal at Prajnya Initiatives, Chennai, available online.

Seminars and Conferences

‘The Many-Headed Demon: Rhetoric and The Multiple Personas of the Political Woman in South Asia’, paper presented at the Bandung Spirit “Rise of Asia in Global History and Perspective’ Conference, at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Université Le Havre, France (March 13-16, 2018), Conference Report available online.

Awards

DAAD Helmut Schmidt Programme: Masters Scholarship for Public Policy and Good Governance

Jennifer Apé, B.A.

Susanne Brunnbauer, B.A.

Marie Abla Dikpor, B.A.

Saina Klein, B.A.

Patricia Rinck, M.A.

Matthias Schuler, M.A.

Dr Katja Freistein

Dr Frank Gadinger

Prof. Dr Volker M. Heins

Philipp Michaelis, M.A.

Tobias Niclas Schäfer, M.A.

Dr Nina Schneider

Eva Marie Trösser, M.A.

Sabrina Pischer, M.A.

Dr Christine Unrau

Daniela Weißkopf, B.A.

Carla Gierich, M.A.

Freya Köhler, M.A.

Rakchanok Chatjuthamard, M.A.

Julia Fleck, B.A.

Eva Ohlig, B.A.

Mouli Banerjee, M.A.

Juliana Fischer, B.A.

Hannah Grüttgen, B.A.

Martin Wolf, M.A.

Prof. Dr Tobias Debiel

Prof. Dr Claus Leggewie

Prof. Dr Dirk Messner

Prof. Dr. Jan Aart Scholte

Prof. Dr Sigrid Quack

Dipl.-Soz. Wiss. Uwe Amerkamp

Senyurt Isbecer

Dr Markus Böckenförde, LL.M.

Andrea Bosserhoff

Dr Rainer Baumann

Hannah Bollig

Dr Rainer Baumann

Tina Berntsen, M.A.

Magdalena Albers, B.A.

Luis Aue, MSc, MSc

Kristine Avram, M.A.

Wren Chadwick, B.A. J.D.

Till Christofzik, B.A.

Patrick Clasen, B.A.

Lena Delfs

Daniela Dietmayr, B.A.

Nina Fink, B.A.

Niklas Graf, B.A.

Ingo Haltermann, M.A.

Florian Heimes

Fentje Jacobsen, M.A.

Nele Kortendiek, M.Sc.

Jonas Krischke

Nadja Krupke, M.A.

Annegret Kunde, M.A., M.P.S.

Max Lesch, M.A.

Tim Linka, B.A.

Anika Mahla, B.A.

Dennis Michels, M.A.

Denis Neumann, M.A.

Stefanie Ostheimer, M.A.

Pol Bargués Pedreny, M.A.

Franziska Perlick, B.A.

PD Dr. Alexandra Przyrembel

Jana Rademacher, M.A.

Jan Schablitzki, B.A.

Moritz Schönleber, B.A.

Jan Schuster, M.A.

Marcel Siepmann, M.A.

Elena Simon, M.A.

Christian Skorupa, B.A.

Jörn Skowronek

Christopher Smith, M.A.

Jutta Teuwsen, M.A.

Stephen Virchow, B.A.

Shahira Wassef

Dr. Silke Weinlich

Gisela Wohlfahrt, M.A.

Dr. Andrea Licata