Dr Anjali Bhardwaj Datta
I am a historian of Modern South Asia, with particular research interests in socio-economic history, postcolonial feminism, migration, labour and urban transformations in the Global South. I was educated in Delhi, and then moved to Cambridge for my PhD at Trinity College which was fully funded by the Gates-Cambridge Trust, and was awarded The Ellen MacArthur Prize by the Faculty of History. In 2016, I was awarded Isaac Newton and Leverhulme Trust funded Early Career Fellowship on Gender and Urban informalities in South Asia at the Centre of South Asian Studies. I am currently a Governing body Fellow and Part I Director of Studies in History at Wolfson College. I lecture and supervise on Part I Papers 21 and 23 and Part II Paper 28, and various HAP topics. I also teach on MPhil in World History and MPhil in South Asian Studies.
Historical Tripos: Part I: Paper 21 and Paper 23; Part II: HAP and dissertations
Postgraduate supervisor: MPhil. in World History and MPhil. in South Asian Studies
I lecture and supervise students on Paper 21 and Paper 23 of Historical Tripos and MPhil in World History and MPhil in South Asian Studies. At Wolfson College, I am a Fellow and College Mentor, Convenor of Humanities Society and Director of Studies in History Part I.
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