On this website, you will find a collection of my, Krisha Kops, journalistic work, ranging from articles, essays, and interviews to reviews. As I am of German and Indian origin, the content will feature German as well as English articles. My writing focuses in the following order on philosophy, politics, and culture. Thereby, I often attempt to find a connection between the academic world and those who are interested, even though they might not be too familiar with it. In addition, my aim is to approach topics from an intercultural point of view, with special emphasis on “Indian” and “Western philosophy” (please apologize for the crude simplification).
My work as an advisor and coach goes into the same direction and is influenced by my experience as international journalist. As a philosopher, I support companies in their change management. In order to find solutions to problems created by a rapidly changing world, I work on three levels: the company, the individual, and the intercultural level. If you want to know more, have a look here.
I studied Philosophy (BA) and Journalism (MA) at London and Westminster University. At the moment I am finishing my Ph.D. in intercultural philosophy about the modern philosophical receptions of the Bhagavad Gītā at the University of Hildesheim. If you want know where my English and German journalistic work appeared or whom I have coached, please have a look at the “clients” section.
I am also an ardent speaker. In my speeches, talks, and wokshops I focus – like in my writing – on philosophical topics, with a proclivity for intercultural and life realted issues. You can find my upcoming performances in the “events” section.
As far as my creative writing is concerned, I won the U20 Poetry Slam Championship (of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland) in 2005. In 2013/2014 I participated in the creative writing school Bayerische Akademie des Schreibens in the Literaturhaus Munich. The novel which I partially wrote during this time is now with my agent. 2019/2020 I will work on my new novel project in the creative writing program of SLUB (Dresden).