Ram teaches Law and Justice in a Globalizing World and Comparative Public Law/Systems of Governance. He joins us from Glocal University, Uttar Pradesh where he was the Vice Chancellor. Prior to that, he was briefly a Visiting Professor at Azim Premji University, Bengaluru and for much longer periods a Professor at the Centre for Culture and Society and at the National Law School of India, Bangalore.
- Ph.D. in Political Science, from the Centre for Social Studies, Surat
- LLM in Human Rights Law from the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
- Master’s degree in Political Philosophy from the University of Madras.
- British Chevening Fellowship in Human Rights Law (1995-96)
- Commonwealth Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Human Rights (2000-01 at the Warwick Law School)
- Fellow at the Nantes Institute of Advanced Studies, Nantes, France in 2009.
Areas of Interest
Socio-legal and political theory, law and culture, human rights law, comparative law and comparative constitutionalism. Understanding postcolonial constitutionalism, especially the developments related to the languages of human rights in the global South, contemporary social and legal theory, and comparative studies.