Fellowships/Grants

  • SA National Research Foundation Chair in Critical Diversity Studies Postdoctoral Fellowship at WITS Centre for Diversity Studies, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, (scheduled to start from April 2021).
  • Volkswagen Foundation Scholarship, Humboldt University, Berlin, 2019.
  • Humanities and Social Sciences Conference Travel Grant by Shahid Husain Foundation and Lahore Institute of Management Sciences, Pakistan, 2019.
  • Wordit Art Fund by Becomeshakespeare.com, India, 2018. For publishing the monograph Different Spaces, Different Voices: A Rendezvous with Decoloniality.
  • JIWS (Journal of International Women’s Studies) Fellowship by Department of Anthropology, Bridgewater State University, Massachusetts. The topic of the project:Voices of the dead: A socio-historical documentary research on the untold histories of the ‘Scottish Women’s Group’ of Kolkata at Scottish Cemetery, Sealdah. 2019.
  • GAPS (Gesellschaftfür Anglophone PostkolonialeStudien / Association for Anglophone Postcolonial Studies) Conference Grant 2018, Germany.
  • JIWS (Journal of International Women’s Studies) Fellowship by Department of Anthropology, Bridgewater State University, Massachusetts. The topic of the project: Dismantling the Colonial Heteronormative (His)tories and establishing Decolonial Inter-racial (Her)stories: A Documentary Research on the Anglo-Indian Women of Bow Barracks, Calcutta. 2018.
  • Cambridge Scholars Press Publishing Grant 2017,UK. For publishing the monograph The Indigenous Voice of Poetomachia: The Various Perspectives of Text and Performance.
  • Charles Wallace India Trust Fellow – Short Term Research Grant 2017, UK. The topic of research:An-other Postcolonial Narrative: A Socio-historical Study of the Anglo-Indians community of Bow Barracks, Calcutta. It was a library research conducted in British Library and Wellcome Collection, London.
  • German Research Foundation Conference Grant in 2017, Germany.
  • German Research Foundation Conference Grant in 2016, Germany.
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