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About Teresa Hubel

Most of my published work is on the literature, dance, film, and history of India from both the colonial and postcolonial periods and by British as well as Indian writers and artists.
As a professor at Huron University College, I teach a wide range of courses to undergraduate students, every one of which has been in some way or other influenced by my research.
My approach tends towards the feminist, historicist, and postcolonialist, and I’m especially interested in how class affiliations inform any particular representation. I believe that a ‘view from below’ radically alters what we can perceive or understand about any given situation. But I’m also committed to a pedagogy that sees academia as a site that can work to encourage a social criticism which has the potential to create alterations in public practice.
Thank you for your interest in my work. Enjoy!


Present Professor and Chair: Department of English Language and Literature, Huron University College, Western University

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