Dr. Sana Iqbal is an interdisciplinary scholar working at the intersections of South Asian studies, gender, and Islam. She holds her PhD in Cultural Geography from Coventry University (UK). Her doctoral research was embedded at the intersection of socio-cultural expressions of Muslim women’s agency and spatial injustices in the context of South Asia. She has worked extensively on adopting community-led and immersive research approaches, having conducted numerous studies in the contexts of Sindh and Punjab (Pakistan). She is also a graduate of the Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations at the Aga Khan University (International) where she was awarded the best dissertation award for her research. She has previously worked on various research projects including the ones funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council as well as the Wellcome Trust and has also taught at various universities in Pakistan. She has published her work widely in well-recognised academic journals and has also presented papers at several international conferences.