Masculinity and Contemporary Politics with Romitesh Kant

Image collage of Romitesh. Image of Romitesh looking down and smiling while holding a mic. There are graphics of hibiscus flowers and sugarcane around him. Lower left corner is a black and white archival image of a sugarcane field. Upper left corner is text that reads: Romitesh Kant.


About Romitesh

Romitesh Kant is an independent researcher who completed his Master of Arts in Politics at the University of the South Pacific, Fiji. He is currently an honorary research associate with the Institute of Human Security and Social Change (IHSSC) at La Trobe University, Australia where he is also research associate for the Development Leadership Programme (DLP). His research interests include constitution design and democratization in ethnically divided societies, youth political activism and impact of ICTS (Information and Communication Technologies) on politics in the Pacific. His recently completed MA thesis is entitled, ‘Constitutional Redesign for Democratic Stability in a Divided Society: A Fiji Case Study’. He also was a co-director of a documentary that explores how Fijians – and Fijian society at large – is coping with the challenges and opportunities of living in an age of “smart” communication technologies.

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