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About Michele Louro

Michele L. Louro is an Associate Professor of History at Salem State University. She received her Ph.D. from Temple University and is broadly trained in the fields of modern South Asian history, British imperial history, international history, and world history. She is author to Comrades against Imperialism: Nehru, India and Interwar Internationalism (Cambridge University Press), as well as essays that appear in several journals including the Journal of Contemporary History, Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East (2013), and Third Frame: Literature, Culture and Society (2009), and the edited volume, The Internationalist Moment: South Asia, Worlds and Worldviews (2014). At Salem State University, professor Louro teaches graduate and undergraduate courses on modern South Asia, the British Empire, and world history. She is currently the faculty fellow for the Center for Research and Creative Activities at Salem State. She also serves as the Treasurer of the World History Association and is the Managing Editor of the Journal of World History.


Present Associate Professor, Salem State University History

Curriculum Vitae


2011 - 2012 Salem State University Summer Research Grant and Mini-Grant for Scholarly Activities
Salem State University
2009 - 2009 Jeffrey Bower Research Fellowship
Center for the Study of Force and Diplomacy
2008 - 2009 Fellowship to India,
United States Fulbright
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2017 - Present Managing Editor, Journal of World History
2014 - Present Executive Council Member, World History Association
2012 - 2014 President, New England Regional World History Association
2012 - 2013 Member of the Book Prize Committee, New England Historical Association
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2011 Ph.D., Temple University ‐ History
2005 M.A., Miami University of Ohio ‐ History
2000 B.A., University of Cincinnati ‐ Psychology

Books (1)

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Articles (3)

Book Reviews (2)