Shalini Puri is Professor of English at the University of Pittsburgh. Her work spans postcolonial, Caribbean, gender, and memory studies; indentureship, slavery, and incarceration; environmental humanities, and social movements. She is especially interested in interdisciplinary and fieldwork-based methods that explore the intersection of the arts, everyday life, and social justice.
She is the author of The Grenada Revolution in the Caribbean Present and The Caribbean Postcolonial. She has co-edited 4 books: Theorizing Fieldwork in the Humanities; Caribbean Military Encounters; The Legacies of Caribbean Radical Politics; and Marginal Migrations. She co-edits Palgrave Macmillan’s New Caribbean Studies series. She is working on a book entitled Writing On Water: Postcards from the Caribbean Anthropocene.
Anuradha Jagalur has a masters degree in physics and is a teacher. She has taught children of every age from toddlers to teenagers. She has published articles in Kannada,…More Info
George Jose is Visiting Associate Professor of Anthropology in New York University, Abu Dhabi. He was Dean of the Jyoti Dalal School of Liberal Arts, NMIMS University, Mumbai; Program…More Info
Hilary Leichter is the author of the novel Temporary, which was shortlisted for The Bollinger Everyman Prize for Comic Fiction and longlisted for the PEN/Hemingway Award. Her writing has…More Info
Karan Mahajan is the author of Family Planning, a finalist for the International Dylan Thomas Prize, and The Association of Small Bombs, which was shortlisted for the 2016 National…More Info