Deepanshi Mishra holds a Masters degree in Political science (hons) from Kirori Mal College, Delhi University. She was involved as a Research Assistant in an ICSSR project titled “Ubiquities in Kashmir Civilization”. Her interest focuses around Gender and ethics, Developmental ethics and role of language, culture and philosophy as the parameters of nation-building. She has reviewed a book named ”Kashmir Shaivism” with the new angle highlighting her ability of empirical and normative analysis.
Currently, she was working as a Research Assistant with the Centre de Sciences Humaines (CSH), under the supervision of Professor Nicolas Gravel for the project ‘CHALLINEQ’, which aims to understand inequalities in India, and it’s changes over a period of 15 years through various socioeconomic factors.