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Kavyta K. Raghunandan

Kavyta K. Raghunandan is currently working towards her PhD in Sociology at the University of Leeds. Based at the Centre for Ethnicity and Racism Studies (CERS), her research explores the production and performance of Indian identification and identities in the postcolonial island nation of Trinidad and Tobago. She is interested in race performativity as a theoretical framework through which to explore the intersections of raced and gendered bodies in addition to processes of mixing and multiculturalism. She has an interdisciplinary background ranging from pedagogy, adult education and humanities to critical sociology. Her research engages with post-colonial theory and ciritcal race studies and her research interests also extend to Caribbean studies; South Asian studies; global beauty and aesthetics; mixed race identities. Recently, she co-organised the 1st Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Symposium on Critical Mixed Race Studies (CMRS) entitled Mixing Matters.