Dr. Anushka Singh
Assistant Professor , School of Law, Governance and Citizenship
- PhD from Department of Political Science, University of Delhi
- M.Phil from Department of Political Science, University of Delhi
- Masters in Political Science from Lady Sri Ram College, University of Delhi
- Graduation in Political Science (Hon) from Miranda House, University of Delhi
- Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science, Gargi College, University of Delhi from 10th June 2015 to 22nd August 2017
- Assistant Professor (Ad hoc) at the Department of Political Science, University of Delhi from July to November 2013
- Guest Lecturer at Lady Sri Ram College, University of Delhi from February to April 2013
- Guest Lecturer at Lady Sri Ram College, University of Delhi from September to November 2012.
- PhD Visiting fellowship for doctoral research at Tagore Centre for Global thought, King’s College, University of London, England from April to June 2014
- Indian Council for Social Science Research Doctoral fellowship 2015
- ICSSR Doctoral Fellowship 2014 (did not avail)
- Sedition in Liberal Democracies, 2018, Oxford University Press, Delhi.
- The Lifeworld of Law: Methodological Multiplicity in Legal Pedagogy, 2023, Asian Journal of Legal Education, https://doi.org/10.1177/23220058231178739
- ‘The Law of the Executive: Sedition and its Political Functions’, 2022, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 57, Issue No. 26-27 (https://www.epw.in/journal/2022/26-27/perspectives/law-executive.html)
- 'Sanction for prosecution in ‘Offences Against the State’ in India: The prerogative of the political and the withdrawal of the judicial', 2022, International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, Volume 69 (June)100531 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijlcj.2022.100531
- ‘Towards a Political Etymology of Sedition’, 2021, Economic and Political Weekly, vol 56, no 32 (https://www.epw.in/journal/2021/32/comment/towards-political-etymology-sedition.html)
- ‘Rajya ka Surksha Vimarsh Banam Loktantrik, Adhikar: Adalti Phaisle ke Aaine Mein Rajdroh Kanoon', 2013, Pratiman: Samay Samaj Sanskriti CSDS, Vani Prakashan, Delhi, July-December, Volume I, Issue 2.pp. 707-724. ISSN Number 2320-8201, https://www.csds.in/pratiman_samay_samaj_sanskriti
- ‘Criminalising Dissent, Consequences of UAPA’, 2012, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 47, no 38, pp. 14-18, available at http://www.epw.in/journal/2012/38/commentary/criminalising-dissent.html
- ‘Law and Constitutional Democracy: Meanings, Iterations and Consequences’, 2020, in Roy and Becker (eds) Dimensions of Constitutional Democracy, India and Germany, Springer, 978-981-15-3899-5
- ‘Liberal democracy, advocacy of violence and criminal harm’, 2019, in Violence and
Democracy, London: British Academy, ISBN 9780856726369
- ‘Bharat me Atank Virodhi Kanoon 1,’ 2013, Samaj Vigyan Vishvakosh, Rajkamal Prakashan, , New Delhi, pp. 1091-1092, ISBN : 978-81-267-2587-8
- ‘Bharat me Atank Virodhi Kanoon 2’ 2013, Samaj Vigyan Vishvakosh, Rajkamal Prakashan, , New Delhi, pp. 1093- 1095, ISBN: 978-81-267-2587-8.
- ‘As laws expand their reach in India, political freedoms shrink’, originally published under Creative Commons by 360info™, 30th August 2023, https://doi.org/10.54377/9544-ad6a
- ‘Where anyone can be accused of sedition’ (co-authored), The Hindu (Print edition), 14th June 2023, available at https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/where-anyone-can-be-accused-of-sedition/article66964599.ece
- Transitions in the vocabulary of political dissent at the commencement of the Republic, 2023, Pluralist Agreement and Constitutional Transformation (PACT)- Blog post, available at https://pactproject.net/2023/01/25/transitions-in-the-vocabulary-of-political-dissent-at-the-commencement-of-the-republic/
- ‘Why Supreme Court must strike down sedition law entirely’, The Indian Express (print edition), 17th July 2021, available at https://indianexpress.com/article/opinion/columns/sedition-law-supreme-court-incite-violence-against-government-7408536/
- ‘Who Shall Speak in the Times of the Coronavirus?’, The Wire, 4th April 2020, available at https://thewire.in/health/who-shall-speak-in-the-times-of-the-coronavirus?fbclid=IwAR2nLnlYnMvzy5iOn_xEdASqDHcOI12W2Vs58ppSZ_M641QJWO_8Dpcy4mg
- ‘Law as a Political Tool’, India Today, Issue: 16 March 2020
- ‘If Malaysia's Monarchy Can Attempt to Abolish Sedition Law, What's Stopping India?’, The Wire, 24th October 2018, available at https://thewire.in/law/colonial-sedition-law-india-malaysia
- National Security Conversations, interviewed by Dr. Happymon Jacob, The Wire, 13 September 2020, available at https://thewire.in/video/watch-for-those-charged-with-sedition-the-process-itself-is-the-punishment
- ‘The majority of sedition charges today are legally unsustainable’, 16 July 2020, Interview published in Times of India, available at https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/the-majority-of-sedition-charges-today-are-legally-unsustainable/articleshow/76997505.cms
- Interview published in LiveLaw, 21 April 2018, Book interview by V. Venkatesan (available at http://www.livelaw.in/persecution-name-sedition-finds-popular-acceptance-india-says-anushka-singh-author-recent-book-sedition-liberal-democracies/ )
- ‘Demystifying Sedition’, Interview published in Frontline, Print edition, 15 February 2019, (available at https://frontline.thehindu.com/cover-story/article26119560.ece )
- Book Review, 2023, A Constitution to Keep: Sedition and Free Speech in Modern India (Rohan J. Alva, HarperCollins), Biblio.
- Book Review, 2020, The Truth Machines: Policing, Violence and Scientific Investigation in India (JineeLokaneeta, Orient Blackswan), Mainstream.
- Book review, 2014, Law and Social Transformation in India (Oliver Mendelson, OUP), Studies in Indian Politics, Sage, 2(2) 1–3, ISSN 2321-0230
- Book Review, 2012, Transnational Torture, Law, Violence and State Power in the United States and India (Jinee Lokaneeta, Orient Blackswan), Social Change, Vol. 42 No. 4, pp. 565-570. ISBN 978-81-321-0455-1