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About Nidhi Shrivastava

Nidhi Shrivastava, Ph.D. is a Lecturer of English in the College of Arts and Sciences Languages and Literature Department at Sacred Heart University. Her research focuses on the #MeToo movement, Hindi film cinema, censorship, the figure of the abducted and raped women, Indian rape culture, and the 1947 partition. Nidhi earned her Ph.D. in the department of English and Writing Studies at University of Western Ontario (now Western University). Her dissertation was entitled “Representing Women and the 1947 Partition in Hindi Cinema and Television (1948-Present).” 
She grew up in India, Malaysia, and Singapore before migrating to the United States in 2001 with her family. She loves to travel, cook and spend time with family in her free time. 

Positions

August 2022 - Present Lecturer English, Sacred Heart University Language and Literatures, College of Arts & Sciences
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September 2016 - August 2022 Adjunct Instructor English, Sacred Heart University Languages and Literatures
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Adjunct Professor, University of Connecticut - Storrs
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Teaching Assistant, University of Western Ontario
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2014 - Present Editorial Board Member, Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies
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Honors and Awards

  • Critical Thinking Open Educational Resources Initiative 2021-2022 (OER Fellow) Summer 2021-Summer 2022
  • Critical Thinking Across Curriculum Fellowship 2019-2020
  • MLA Professional Grant

Education

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2022 Ph.D. English and Writing Studies, Western University
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Bachelor of Arts, English, University of Connecticut
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Master of Arts, South Asian Studies, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
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Master of Arts, Women's Studies and Feminist Research, University of Western Ontario
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Contact Information

College of Arts and Sciences
English, Languages and Literatures Department
Martire Center BUCM*W313
203-371-7770


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Research Works (13)

Dissertation (1)