Exploring digital humanities in India : pedagogies, practices, and institutional possibilities / edited by Maya Dodd, Nidhi Kalra.

New Delhi : Routledge India, 2020.
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Maya Dodd received her PhD from Stanford University in Modern Thought and Literature. Subsequently, she received postdoctoral fellowships at Princeton University, USA, and Jawaharlal Nehru University, India. She also taught in the Department of Anthropology at Princeton University and in English departments at Stanford and the University of Florida. Currently, she is Assistant Dean of Teaching, Learning and Engagement and is a part of the Department of Humanities and Languages, and she teaches Literary and Cultural Studies at FLAME University, India. Her research interests include Indian law and cultural studies, and her teaching is focused on the digital classroom and archiving practices in South Asian cultural studies. Nidhi Kalra is a doctoral candidate working on affect and conflict at the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at IIT Bombay and is also Assistant Professor in the Department of Humanities at FLAME University, Pune, India. She has taught at the English Department in Savitribai Phule Pune University and Gargi College in the University of Delhi, India. Nidhi received her MPhil in English Literature from the University of Delhi, for which she worked on problematising Holocaust memoirs. Her research interests include memory studies, trauma studies, oral history, digital humanities and children's/young adult literature.
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