Instructor Bio

Nilufer E Bharucha is Director of the Diasporic Constructions of Home and Belonging – Indian Diaspora Centre, Visiting Professor of Humanities, Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences and Former Senior Professor and Chair, Department of English, all at the University of Mumbai. Professor Bharucha is Faculty Associate Emeritus, South Asian Studies Institute, University of the Fraser Valley, B.C., Canada and Global Faculty, Fairleigh Dickinson University, NJ, USA.

She has served on the jury of the Commonwealth Literature award and the Sahitya Akademi, Delhi Literature award in English. She has also been on the jury for the Rhodes scholarship. She has over 60 papers published in national and international journals and anthologies.

She has authored and edited 6 books in the areas of Postcolonial Indian Writing, Diasporic Indian Literature & Cinema and the Writing of the Parsis. One of her recent books is entitled Indian Diasporic Literature and Cinema. She is co-editor of the CoHaB IDC’s Diaspora Studies Series.

She has contributed 3 modules on Indian Diasporic Literature and Cinema to the University Grants Commission’s online Postgraduate E-pathshala. She has published short-storiesand has done translations from the Urdu and Gujarati into English.

Teacher Courses

These sessions will discuss about the wounds of partition mentioned through literary works and cinema.
Beginner
5 Lectures
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₹700
This brief course which begins on the International Women’s Day, celebrates women and engages with the works of some Indian women writers.
Beginner
1 Lectures
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Free
A Two Module course on 19th and 20th Century British Novels. Here's MODULE 2
Beginner
12 Lectures
15 hours
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Free
Come and join us on this poetic journey and sharpen your aesthetic sensibilities in these days of pandemic gloom!
Beginner
15 Lectures
22.5 hours
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₹2,800

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