Assistant Professor

Dr. Muhammad Ibrahim Wani is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Kashmir Studies, University of Kashmir. His research interests concern Identity, Middle Classes, and Migration.

He has a PhD and M.Phil from Tata Institute of Social Sciences (Mumbai), and MA in Mass Communication and Journalism from University of Kashmir. His recent publications relate to Middle Classes in India, Migrant Labour in India, History of Kashmir Press, Political Developments in Kashmir, etc.

Faculty Details

  • Mobile 9987510323
  • Email mibrahimwani@gmail.com, ibrahim@uok.edu.in
  • Administrative position Held Academic Counsellor, Associate editor of Journal of Kashmir Studies
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Research Papers Published

  • "The Marginal Refugee in the ‘Migrant Crisis’: Crisis, Othering and Border Walls in Mainstream Western Media Discourse" Refugee Watch, 1(49): 42 -61 {ISSN: 2347-405X}
  • "Escalation in the Kashmir Conflict: Return To Armed Violence As The Dominant Reference -Point and Securitisation of the Kashmir Discourse" Mainstream, 57(6): 37 -40 {ISSN: 05421462}

Books Published

  • ""Exploring the 'lived' middle class: Everyday experiences, anxieties and adjustments" in The Middle Class in World Society: Negotiations, Diversities and Lived Experiences (ed. Suter, Christian; Madheswaran, S; Vani, B. P.)". Routledge, London. {ISBN: 9781003049630} pp 17
  • "'Exploring the Role of Hamdard: A Study of its Agenda and Working (1935-1947)' in Edited Volume titled Kashmir: Past and Present". JK Books and IKS. {ISBN: 9788194605508} pp 22

Teaching:

DepartmentSubjectCourse TaughtSemester
Institute of Kashmir StudiesM.A AnthropologyAnthropology of Communication1
Institute of Kashmir StudiesOE and GEsEnvironment, Society and the State: Reviewing Dal Lake Discourses2
Institute of Kashmir StudiesOE and GEsKashmir in Media Representation2
Institute of Kashmir StudiesOE and GEsEnvironment, Society and the State2
Institute of Kashmir StudiesOE and GEsKashmir in Media Representation2
Institute of Kashmir StudiesOE and GEsSociety and Conflict: Violence, Peace and Human Security3