Jason Keith Fernandes

Academic degree: Doctorate
Category: Full members
Institutional subunit: ISCTE-IUL
Research group: Governance, Policies and Livelihoods
Thematic line:
Research interests: Goa | Citizenship | Post-colonialism
Research contexts: India (Goa)
Contact: jason.k.fernandes@gmail.com
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Biographical note

Jason Keith Fernandes received his Doctoral degree in Anthropology in 2013 for his research “Citizenship Experiences of the Goan Catholics”. His Postdoctoral project focused on “Crafting Good Citizens: The Politics of Crafting Indian Citizens from Catholics in Goa”, and he is currently a full researcher at CRIA. Perhaps due to his formation, while studying for his first degree in law at the National Law School of India, Jason is interested in issues of citizenship and secularism. His other interests include comparative post-colonial theory, and more recently Catholic theology. Jason contributes with regular op-ed columns to newspapers in Goa and his popular writings are archived at www.dervishnotes.blogspot.com.

Publications
AuthorID_filtro_tablepressYearTypePublication
Jason Keith Fernandespub328*2014Book chapterFERNANDES, Jason Keith, 2014, "The curious case of Goan Orientalism", in Everton Machado, Duarte Drumond Braga (orgs.), Goa Portuguesa e Pós-Colonial: Literatura, Cultura e Sociedade, V. N. Famalicão, Húmus, pp. 155-178.
Jason Keith Fernandespub328*2015Paper in proceedingsFERNANDES, Jason Keith, 2015, “Making good Indians out of Goan Catholics: the Catholic Church and the formation of Indian citizens in Goa”, CES Contexto: Debates, 11: 47-62.
Projects

IDResearcherPositionProjTitleProject typeStatus+
pub328*Jason Keith FernandesResearch scholarproj327*Crafting Good Citizens: the Politics of crafting Indian Citizens from Catholics in GoaPost-doctoral researchOngoing+