WGS Professors Reap National, International Honors

Himika Bhattacharya

Himika Bhattacharya

March 16, 2015

Department of Women’s & Gender Studies is nationally known for ‘high level’ of teaching, scholarship

Honors continue to roll in for faculty in the Department of Women’s & Gender (WGS) Studies, located in Syracuse University’s College of Arts and Sciences. Vivian May, associate professor and chair of WGS, says the latest round of achievements reflect the cutting-edge feminist scholarship and pedagogy for which the department is known, nationally and internationally. Recent WGS faculty achievements include: 

Assistant Professor Himika Bhattacharya is in high demand in India, evidenced by her recent invited talk at the Center for South Asian Studies at Calcutta University; her facilitating an ethnography workshop at Ambedkar University in Delhi; and her work as a feminist pedagogies educator
for E-QUAL (Enhancing Quality, Access, and Governance of Undergraduate Education in India), an international collaborative funded by the European Union. She also has an article on the politics of memory forthcoming in Meridians: Feminism, Race, Transnationalism. Read more at: AS News