Jennifer Ung Loh is a Research Associate at the SOAS South Asia Institute. She completed an AHRC funded PhD at the Department of the Study of Religions at SOAS, University of London, following on from a Masters at SOAS, University of London, and a BA Hons from Oxford University. Her work focuses on the representation of minority gender and sexual identities in modern South Asia.
Ung Loh, Jennifer (2017) 'Representation, Visibility, Legibility: The ‘Queer’ Subject in Contemporary India'. Scholar and Feminist Online 14:2 (2017). Accessed at: http://sfonline.barnard.edu/ queer-religion/representation- visibility-legibility-the- queer-subject-in-contemporary- india/
Ung Loh, Jennifer (2014) ‘Relations that give us the strength to live’: Relatedness Among Kinnars in Madhya Pradesh, India.’ Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific, Issue 35 (June 2014).
Ung Loh, Jennifer (2014) ‘Narrating Identity: the Employment of Mythological and Literary Narratives in Identity Formation Among the Hijras of India.’ Religion and Gender, Volume 4, No. 1 (2014), pp. 21-39.