Caroline Osella teaches South Asia, Islam, and gender at the School of Oriental and Aftrican Studies, London. She has been conducting ethnographic research since 1989 between the south Indian state of Kerala and the Gulf states among Keralite migrants. She has published on a range of issues, including Muslim fashion, Islamic reformism, and migrant masculinities.
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