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  • As assistant professor of history at Manchester University, I teach courses in world history, Asian history, and women's and gender history. I use a variety of teaching strategies and teaching material to make history accessible and fun for my stude...More

EXPERIENCE

  • Manchester University, Indiana, USA
    • Department of History and Political Science
    • Assistant Professor of History
    • August 2015 to Present

    In my fourth year of teaching at Manchester University, I am responsible for designing and delivering the Department's curriculum in world and Asian history while also sharing in the teaching of the historiography and research methodology course for history majors. In addition to this, I teach an interdisciplinary course on women and gender.

  • Franklin and Marshall College, Pennsylvania, USA
    • Department of History
    • Visiting Assistant Professor
    • August 2013 to May 2014

    As visiting assistant professor of history at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA, I taught courses in South and Southeast Asian history and women's and gender studies.

  • Berea College, Kentucky, USA
    • History Program
    • Visiting Assistant Professor of History
    • August 2011 to May 2013

    At Berea College, I taught a broad range of courses in world, Asian, and European history as well as a thematic, interdisciplinary course on women and gender.

EDUCATION

  • University of Cincinnati
    • PhD
    • September 2006 to December 2011

    The primary fields of my doctoral study were the history of modern South Asia and the British Empire and the secondary fields were the history of modern China and women's and gender studies. My doctoral dissertation examined the discourse and activities of a radical social reform movement in late colonial India. Concurrently, I also received a certificate in women's, gender, and sexuality studies.

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  • 6226 Farmswood Drive
    # 3B
    Fort Wayne, Indiana 46804
    United States

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