Dr Keshab Giri
Dr Keshab Giri (he/him/his) is a Lecturer in International Relations at The University of Sydney. Dr Giri’s research has been published in journals like International Studies Quarterly, International Studies Review, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, and Global Studies Quarterly. His PhD thesis titled, Experiences of Female Ex-Combatants in the Maoist Insurgency in Nepal: Endless Battles and Resistance, received the 2022 Thelma Hunter Gender and Politics PhD Prize by Australian Political Science Studies Association (APSA). His research interests include women combatants, intersectionality, gender and war, violent extremism, leftist-insurgencies, critical security studies, rebel governance, governance of intimacy in rebel group, geopolitics of South Asia, and digital sovereignty. His book, Intersectionality and Experiences of Female Combatants is coming out in 2023.