D55 31700 1701 - Women's History in India, 1750 to Present
|Course Outline:||Final - Archived|
|Revised:||February 09, 2018|
|Course Number||D55 31700 1701|
|Course Name||Women's History in India, 1750 to Present|
|Course Hours||12 hours|
|Dates||- (6 classes)|
Dr. Emma Alexander completed her first degree in law at the School of Oriental & African Studies at the University of London, her BA and MA at the University of Victoria (BC) in Asian Studies and History and her PhD at the University of Cambridge in South Asian History. During her doctoral research she was attached to SNDT University in Mumbai. In 2002-04 she held a postdoctoral fellowship at the Nehru Memorial Museum & Library in New Delhi. In 2004 she took up her current post at the University of Winnipeg, where she is an Associate professor in the History Department. Her research focuses on labour and children in colonial India, and on indentured migration from India and the communities of twice migration.