Vishal Sangu

Vishal Sangu is currently a Masters of Research Student in Humanities at the University of Wolverhampton; with specialisms in Religious Studies and Sikhi. His research focuses primarily on the affects of colonialism and colonial modernity on the Sikh religion. Including issues of Christian-gendered translations of Sikh texts, the issues with the world-religions paradigm, as well as calling for a decolonisation of thought on the terms “Sikhism” and “Religion”. Vishal works as a Transcript Editor for the RSP.

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