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january, 2019

30jan4:30 pm6:30 pmIRWGS Graduate Colloquium: Niyati Shenoy and Aleksandra Kamińska


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IRWGS Graduate Colloquium Niyati Shenoy (MESAAS, Columbia University) and Aleksandra Kamińska (University of Warsaw, Poland)

About the Speakers

Niyati Shenoy is a doctoral student in the Department of Middle Eastern, South Asian and African Studies at Columbia University. She aims to research the origins and causes of sexual violence in northern India as questions of concept history. Title: ‘A shadow-archon of the sexual order: the woman criminal and masculine victimhood in early 19th-century India’.
Aleksandra Kamińska is a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Warsaw, Poland, working on her dissertation titled “Archiving Girlhood: Self-Representations of Girls in Literature and Visual Culture”. She is a Fulbright grantee, currently developing her research at Columbia University. Title: “Getting Stuck: Self-Representations of Young Women in Graphic Narratives”


(Wednesday) 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm


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