Dr. Amrita Ghosh is a research fellow at Lund University, SASNET (South Asia Research center) and an Associate Faculty at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. She has a doctorate in postcolonial studies from Drew University, USA and has worked as a lecturer at Seton Hall University in USA ,before moving to Sweden in 2017. She has been teaching courses on multiculturalism, race and integration at Linnaeus University where she also finished a postdoc on literary and visual cultural productions emerging from the conflict zone of Kashmir. Ghosh is a postcolonial scholar who writes, teaches and strives to create spaces of praxis framed within the fields of decolonial and postcolonial studies. Her two books on Kashmir and Nobel Prize winning writers-- Yeats and Tagore, are coming soon. She is the co-founder and editor of Cerebration, a bi-annual transcultural, online journal.
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