Department of Management, Society and Communication
I have M.Sc. and M.Phil. in International Relations from the Quaid-i-Azam University of Islamabad, Pakistan, and an MA in Peace and Development Studies from the University of Jaume I of Castellon, Spain. My Ph.D. from the Institute for Cross-cultural and Regional Studies (ToRS), at University of Copenhagen, Denmark explored religious diversity and Muslim identity in Pakistan within the context of local religious organizations (Sufi shrines).
Since 2016, I have been co-teaching a BLC 6th semester course namely Cultural Analysis and since 2018 I have been teaching EB course Culture in the Global Business Context. I supervise 1st Year Projects, Bachelor’s Projects at BLC and IBP and Master’s Thesis at BLC.
Since 2019, I have been undertaking fieldwork on a research project on women entrepreneurs, political institutions in the bamboo value chains of India in collaboration with the Foundation for medium and small micro enterprises, New Delhi, India, as part of an international research team.
Primary supervision and teaching subjects:
- International relations
- Peace studies
- Qualitative research methodology
- Culture and society
- Migration studies
- Cultural Analysis – BLC 6th Semester Bachelors
- Culture in the Global Business Context – EB 1st Semester
- 1st Year Projects, Bachelor’s Projects, Master’s Thesis (BLC)
- Bachelor’s Projects (IBP)
- Internship Reports (BLC, IBP)
I have recently elaborated a teaching case-study and teaching notes: How to Fly a Tiger? Sustainable sourcing and women’s entrepreneurship in the bamboo industry of India. Center for Sustainability/Center for Business and Development Studies, Copenhagen Business School.