Deepika Bahri

assistant professor, English, Emory University

Deepika Bahri is Associate Professor in the English department at Emory University. Her research focuses on Post-Colonial literature, culture, and theory. She is the author of Native Intelligence: Aesthetics, Politics, and Postcolonial Literature (2003) and co-editor of Between the Lines: South Asians and Postcoloniality and Realms of Rhetoric. Bahri has written several articles on Post-Colonial issues in journals and book collections. She is currently working on the representation of Anglo-Indians, Eurasians, and racial hybrids in Post-Colonial literature.

HIV/AIDS in developing countries is a secondary research interest. Based on preliminary research in this area, she has written a report entitled "AIDS Prevention and Control in Tamil Nadu" for USAID/CDC. She earned her Ph.D from Bowling Green State University in 1992 and taught at the Georgia Institute of Technology before joining the English department faculty at Emory University in 1995.

Deepika Bahri is Associate Professor in the English department at Emory University. Her research focuses on Post-Colonial literature, culture, and theory. She is the author of Native Intelligence: Aesthetics, Politics, and Postcolonial Literature (2003) and co-editor of Between the Lines: South Asians and Postcoloniality and Realms of Rhetoric. Bahri has written several articles on Post-Colonial issues in journals and book collections. She is currently working on the representation of Anglo-Indians, Eurasians, and racial hybrids in Post-Colonial literature.

HIV/AIDS in developing countries is a secondary research interest. Based on preliminary research in this area, she has written a report entitled "AIDS Prevention and Control in Tamil Nadu" for USAID/CDC. She earned her Ph.D from Bowling Green State University in 1992 and taught at the Georgia Institute of Technology before joining the English department faculty at Emory University in 1995.

Website
www.english.emory.edu

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Lectures

4.20.2007 (1:50:08)

An Agenda for 21st Century Women