Anubha Anushree

Dissertation Title
Colonial Bureaucracy

Anubha Anushree is a PhD candidate studying modern South Asia. She focuses on the intellectual history of the colonial state, the emergence of nationalism in South Asia, and subaltern studies. Her dissertation traces theemergence of the autonomous bueraucratic system in colonial Souh Asia (1833-1871) as a way to map the organization and distribution of modern power. She is also interested in the emergence of literary and linguistic cultures in late nineteenth century colonial India.

Publications:

“Choosing to Belong”

http://journals.du.ac.in/humsoc/pdf/ANUSHREE%20Nirmal%20Verma.pdf

Book review entitled “Advocating Adaptions: Filming Fiction, Tagore and Ray” of Md. Asaduddin and Anuradha Kapur-edited anthology Filming Fiction for Fortell, May 2012. ISSN No.: 2229-65557.

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Subfield
Global, Transnational, and International History