Ravi Kumar teaches Sociology at South Asian University, New Delhi. Prior to joining South Asian University he has been a faculty at Jamia Millia Islamia and Council for Social Development, New Delhi. He has been visiting faculty at Anglia Ruskin University, UK and National Institute of Design, India. His areas of specialisation include politics of knowledge production, social movements, social theory in general and Marxism in particular, political economy of identity formation and South Asian studies. His works include  The New Republic: Populism, Power and the Trajectories of Indian Democracy;  Organising Against Capitalism: Remembering Rosa Luxemburg;  Against The Nation: Thinking Like South Asian;  Sociology and Social Anthropology in South Asia: Histories and Practices, ;  Left Politics in South Asia: Reframing the Agenda;  Contemporary Readings in Marxism: A Critical Introduction;  Neoliberalism, Critical Pedagogy and Education;  Social Movements: Transformative Shifts and Turning Points;  Education and the Reproduction of Capital: Neoliberal Knowledge and Counterstrategies. He was Associate Editor of Society and Culture in South Asia (Sage). He co-edits book series titled Social Movements, Dissent and Transformative Action (Routledge: Delhi).
International Symposium on Democracy, Global Citizenship and Transformative Education
Dialogue & Emancipation