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PhD in English from Syracuse University, NY, USA (Anticipated 2024)
MA and BA in English from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India (2016, 2014)

Instructor at Syracuse University (2018-2020)
Teaching Assistant in the Dept of English, Syracuse University (2017-2018)

"Reframing Citizenship: Haider, Hamlet, and the Limits of Disability Representation" (Routledge 2024)
"Black, Wicked, and Unnatural": Locating Monstrous 'Others' in Middleton's The Revenger's Tragedy (Routledge 2024)

"Disability Gain, Aesthetics, and Inclusion: What does it mean to experience disability in early modern England?" (Renaissance Studies 2022)


 

"Rew his piteous plight!": (Dis)ability, Sensory Perception, and Difference (MLA 2023)

"Ugly Monstrous Shapes": Signs of Alterity in Book I of The Faerie Queene (MLA 2021)
 

Grants-in-Aid (Folger Institute), Humanities Center Dissertation Fellowship (Syracuse University, 2021-22), Graduate School University Fellowship (Syracuse University, 2016-17, 2020-21, 2022-23), Travel Awards (Various).

Modern Language Association, Shakespeare Association of America, Renaissance Society of America, RaceB4Race Mentorship Network, Early Modern Soundscapes



 

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