Ph.D. English, Michigan State University, USA
M.A. English (First Class), Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India
B.A. English Honours(First Class. Ranked Second), Jadavpur University, Kolkata
Higher Secondary (First Division), Modern High School for Girls Madhyamik Examination (First Division), Modern High School
Areas of specialization: early modern (renaissance) literature, Shakespeare, postcolonial theory, gender studies, and performance history. PhD Dissertation: “Trading India: Commerce, Spectacle and Otherness in Early Modern England.”
- “Introduction,” (co-authored with Julia Schleck). Special Issue on Alternative Histories of the East India Company. Ed. Julia Schleck and Amrita Sen. Journal of Early Modern Cultural Studies. Vol.17.3 (Summer 2017). University of Pennsylvania Press. ISSN: 1553-3786. Pp. 1-9.
- “Searching for the Indian in the English East India Company: brokers and translators in seventeenth-century trade,” Special Issue on Alternative Histories of the East India Company. Ed. Julia Schleck and Amrita Sen. Journal of Early Modern Cultural Studies. Vol. 17.3 (Summer 2017). University of Pennsylvania Press. ISSN: 1553- 3786. Pp. 38-59.
- “Traveling Companions: Women, Trade, and the early East India Company,” Special Issue on “Transcultural Networks in the Indian Ocean, Sixteenth–Eighteenth Centuries: Europeans and Indian Ocean Societies in Interaction.” Edited by Su Fang Ng. Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture (Vol.48.2, July 2015). University of Oklahoma Press. ISSN 2160-0228. 193-214.
- “Classifying the Natives in Early Modern Ethnographies: Henry Lord‟s A Display of Two Foreign Sects in the East Indies,” (co-authored with Jyotsna G. Singh). Journeys: The International Journal of Travel and Travel Writing, Vol.14, Issue 2 (Berghahn, 2013). Germany. ISSN: 1752-2358. Pp. 69-84.
- “Early liaisons: East India Company, Native Wives and Inscription in the Seventeenth Century,” South Asian Review, Vol.33, No.2. (2012). University of Pittsburgh. ISSN 00382841. PP101-116.