Niyati Shenoy
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Niyati Shenoy is a PhD candidate in the Department of Middle Eastern, South Asian and African Studies and an affiliate of the Institute for the Study of Sexuality and Gender (ISSG). Her dissertation is a socio-environmental history of rape and sexual unsafety in 19th-century colonial India. She is a Core Preceptor teaching Contemporary Civilization in the West at Columbia College, has worked at the CTL and Undergraduate Research and Fellowships, and has been a Heyman Fellow at GSAS. Her teaching and research interests include social and legal history, South Asia and the Indian Ocean, historical anthropology, transnational queer and feminist political theory, affect studies, and caste studies.

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