Amal Shahid is a PhD Candidate in the Department of International History and a Teaching Assistant for Interdisciplinary Masters Programmes at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. Her thesis focuses on casual labour in public works in nineteenth- century colonial India. Her broad interests include political economy, social history, development policy, economic anthropology and the sociology of gender and caste.

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