Arshita (She/Her) is a Doctoral researcher and a Graduate Teaching Assistant at the school of politics and International Relations, University of Kent. Her current research is in the field of International Conflict Analysis and explores the spatial-temporal dynamics of military occupation and resistance in India Administered Kashmir. Other fields of research interest include; anti-colonial solidarity building in post-conflict regions, embedded ethnography, the utilisation of art in resistance movements and critical theory. She is also a volunteer and honorary trustee at Books2Africa( UK registered Charity). Arshita has previously worked as a research assistant with Centre for Critical Thought, University of Kent and National institute of Education Policy (New Delhi, India). Arshita holds two masters degrees; an International Joint Degree in Peace and Conflict Studies (M.A.) from the University of Kent and Philipps-Universität Marburg and a (M.A) Political Science from University of Delhi. She also holds a bachelor’s degree; (B.A. Hons.) Political Science from University of Delhi.