Surabhi Shukla

Surabhi is a lecturer in law at the University of Sheffield. She works on law and sexuality with a focus on India. She is interested in exploring the social afterlife of legal judgments and the lived experiences of queer people with legal institutions. 

For the last six years she has been blogging on SOGI cases in Indian courts, providing quick and crisp summaries of the latest adventures of law in queer life:

At Sheffield, she has launched the Lectures on Gender and Sexuality in the winter of 2023 with the aim of informing public debate through research. The series invites contemporary scholars working on questions of sexuality and gender to Sheffield to share their latest research on cutting-edge topics with the staff, students, and the members of the public at large.

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