I am an assistant professor at the School of International Development and Global Studies at the University of Ottawa. I was previously a Banting postdoctoral fellow at the Université de Montréal.
My research addresses the marginalization of feminist and postcolonial research in International Relations, White Saviorism in international development, inclusive development at the World Bank, and the gendered, racial, colonial and class-related inequalities entrenched in the institutionalized world order.
Recent publications (for a complete list, see Curriculum Vitae)
2023. With Nathan Andrews « Decolonizing International Relations and Development Studies: What’s in a buzzword? », International Journal, 1-21 (online first). https://doi.org/10.1177/00207020231166588
2022. “We are a community of practice, not a paradigm! How to meaningfully integrate gender and feminist approaches in IR syllabi“, International Studies Perspectives.23(3): 229-248.
2021.“Change and Stability at the World Bank: Translation of Inclusive Practices through Neoliberal Rationality.” Third World Quarterly, 42(2): 348-365.
2021. “Collective learning at the boundaries of communities. Inclusive policymaking at the World Bank”, Global Society, 35(3): 307-326.
Book and Edited Volumes:
Themrise Khan, Dickson Kanakulya et Maïka Sondarjee (dir). White Saviorism in International Development. Theories, Practices and Lived Experiences, Ottawa: Daraja Press.
Sondarjee, Maïka (dir). 2022. Perspectives féministes en relations internationales. Repenser le monde autrement, Montréal: Presses de l’Université de Montréal.
Sondarjee, Maïka. 2020. Perdre le Sud. Décoloniser la solidarité internationale, Éditions Écosociété