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Eraced: International Relations and the Global Colour Line
Nivi Manchanda is a fellow in International Relations Theory at the London School of Economics. Prior to this she was an Assistant Professor in International Studies at the university of Leiden. She is the co-editor of the volume Race and Racism in International relations: Confronting the Global Colour Line. She is currently reworking her PhD thesis into a book monograph entitled imagining Afghanistan: the history and politics of imperial knowledge production which won the Salje Medal at the university of Cambridge for the best thesis in the arts and humanities in 2015.