Pooja Satyogi

Pooja Satyogi is Assistant Professor at the Centre for Law, Governance and Citizenship at Ambedkar University, Delhi, and previously taught political science at Lady Sri Ram College for Women, Delhi. Trained as both a cultural anthropologist and a political scientist, her work examines the relationship between the law and the police in the Special Protection Unit for Women and Children (Unit/Cell), Delhi. More specifically, she is interested in an exploration of how law and the police co-constitute each other. In her future research project she would like to explore the interconnections between the pedagogy of police training, policing as a labour question and policing practices in the city of Delhi. She is currently working on her book manuscript titled Intimate Public Spaces: Policing “Domestic Cruelty” in Women’s Cells, Delhi. She has written several scholarly and newspaper articles (link https://www.deccanchronicle.com/opinion/columnists/090220/how-apps-undermine-the-security-of-women.html), on the intersection of law, policing and urban governance.