Assistant Professor, Florida State University, Tallahassee
Sourabh Singh is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at the Florida State University, Tallahassee. He specializes in the areas of Political Sociology, Sociological Theory, Comparative and Historical Sociology, and Culture. In his research work he has explored the role of evolving relation between political structures and elite subjectivity in shaping the trajectory of democracy in India during the Nehruvian (1947-64) and the Gandhian (1969-84) period of politics. He has published articles in Sociological Theory, Theory and Society, Sociology, International Political Anthropology, Philosophy of Social Sciences, Journal of the Theory of Social Behavior, and Journal of Critical Realism. In his current research work he is exploring the role of the postcolonial Indian state in shaping culture of familial relations in India. He teaches graduate courses on Sociological Theory and Political Sociology.