Sara Singha (PHD'15)
Sara Singha is a post-doctoral fellow at the Berkley Center. Originally from Karachi, Pakistan, Singha conducts comparative research on Christianity and Islam; she wrote her dissertation on Christian Dalits (untouchables) in Pakistan. Singha's research interests include religion and politics, narratives of marginalization, and religious identity. She was a participant in the International Higher Education Interfaith Leadership Forum. Singha received her Ph.D. in comparative religion from Georgetown University. Author of Hinduism and Religious Freedom: A Sourcebook of Scriptural, Theological, and Legal Texts
Featured speaker on Historical and Contemporary Muslim-Christian Relations in Pakistan.