Sarbani Sharma is a Teach@Tuebingen postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Social Anthropology, University of Tuebingen. She is a political anthropologist who works on itineraries of political aspirations and articulations in Indian Administered Kashmir. Before coming to Tübingen, she worked at the University of Delhi and studied at the Department of Sociology, Delhi School of Economics.

She is currently working on her book manuscript that analyses the entourage of the word Azadi in the everyday lives of the people of Kashmir. Her writings have most recently been published with the Contributions to Indian Sociology and Political and Legal Anthropology Review (PoLAR). She is broadly interested in the themes of anthropology of violence, political Islam, everyday life of political movements and political economy of necropolitics in South Asia. Most recently, she has developed interest in exploring climate change debates through the work of Green Party politics in Germany.