Curato x G5A Lecture Series #03
Announcing a lecture series that focuses on bringing out cutting edge scholarship in the social sciences and the humanities in a manner that is accessible and interesting to a general audience.
The third lecturer is Dr. Rochelle Almeida, who will present on Identity Matters: What role did India play in rendering Britain’s Anglo-Indians invisible?
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Born in Bombay, India, Rochelle Almeida taught at Jai Hind College, Bombay and in the graduate English Department at the University of Bombay before joining the Liberal Studies Program at NYU in 1994. She has also taught at Exeter College, University of Oxford, UK, and in the Global Liberal Studies Program at NYU-London.
She was awarded the Provost’s Global Research Initiatives Fellowship at NYU-London in Fall 2016. An active scholar, her list of publications include three monographs and three edited anthologies. Her most recent book, an anthology of essays presented at a conference on Goa at Yale University, was published in 2018.
Almeida has given invited lectures on her ethnographic research on Britain’s Anglo-Indians at Columbia University, New York, the University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, University of Leeds, in the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London, University of Padua in Italy and the University of Bombay.