Selected interviews and conversations give a sense of the long-term journeys and inspirations through which the academic, the activist, and the artistic labors come together to define the praxis and poetics of co-authorship and situated solidarities in Richa Nagar’s work.
- Richa Nagar and Anna Selmeczi. “The Labor of Political Theatre as Embodied Politics: A Conversation,” In eds., Shine Choi, Anna Selmeczi, and Erzsébet Strausz. Critical Methods for the Study of World Politics: Creativity and Transformation. London: Routledge, pp. 84-100, 2019.
- 2016. Richa Nagar with Özlem Aslan, Nadia Z. Hasan, Omme-Salma Rahemtullah, Nishant Upadhyay, and Begüm Uzun. Feminisms, Collaborations, Friendships: A Conversation, Feminist Studies 42: 2: 502-519.
- 2016. Editor’s Interview with Richa Nagar, Forum On Feminist and Postcolonial Thought. Journal of Narrative Politics 2: 2: 73-81.
- 2013. Interview with Class War University: Desiring Alliance and Complex Translations in Activist Research (Conducted 11 July 2012).
- 2012. Richa Nagar’la Feminizmin Zor Sorulari Uzerine. Interview (in Turkish) by Selda Tuncer, AMARGI , No. 25, June, pp-13-20. Translated into English: An Honest Dialogue on Difficult Questions of Feminism.