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Professor Kalantry is an expert in international human rights law. She uses comparative methodologies to study feminist legal issues in the United States and India. She writes in the areas of comparative law, feminist legal theory, and Indian legal studies. In her book, Women’s Human Rights and Migration, she examines how regulations on migrant women are influenced by a contextual and limited knowledge about laws and practices in migrant-sending countries. She has argued for the need for a new transnational feminist approach drawing on comparative, empirical, and other methodologies.

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