Falguni Sheth is an Associate Professor of WGSS. She holds a degree in Philosophy. She has published articles on race, hybrid identities, culturally sanctioned violence against immigrants and populations of color, and on the methods by which the state legally establishes the persecution of Muslim women and other women of color. She has also published several books, including Toward a Political Philosophy of Race (SUNY Press, 2009), which considers how racial divisions preserve state power. Her latest book, Unruly Women: Race, Neoliberalism, and the Hijab (Oxford University Press forthcoming 2021) explores the racial dynamics of juridical discourses that discipline Black Muslim and Muslim women of color in the United States. Sheth’s areas of teaching and research include postcolonial theory, transnational feminist studies, critical philosophy of race and race studies, feminist political theory, anticolonial and empire studies, and political and legal philosophy.