Analytic Feminist Philosophy, Philosophy of Language
Ritu Sharma, “Illocution and Social Relations A Critical Analysis” JICPR
Ritu Sharma, “Is Uptake Essential to Perlocution? A Defence of Illocutionary Silencing” KRITERION Journal of Philosophy vol.34, nu 2, 2020, pp.85-102.
Daniel Fidel Ferrer & Ritu Sharma, “Heidegger Being and Time, Sein und Zeit, (1927): An Index,” 2016.
Ritu Sharma, “The Criminalization of Marital rape - Conditions Apply?” (European Institute of Policy Research & Human Rights (Paper is in Press).
I am an Assistant Professor at The Thapar Institute of Technology. I completed my Ph.D. from IIT Bombay on “Silencing, Social Relations, and Power, A Feminist Intervention into Speech Act Theory.” I work in the area of philosophy of Language and Analytic Feminist Philosophy. I am interested in addressing the questions of linguistic agency and Injustice from a speech ct perspective.
Awards and Recognition
Research Visitor (Free University Berlin) Junior Research Fellowship (UGC)