Krupa Shandilya

Krupa Shandilya is associate professor of Sexuality, Women’s and Gender Studies at Amherst College, with an affiliate appointment in English. She is the author of the monograph Intimate Relations: Social Reform and the Late Nineteenth Century South Asian Novel (Northwestern University Press, 2017) and has also translated Urdu poetry and prose. Her scholarly interests include South Asian and postcolonial literature, Bombay cinema, women’s fiction, and feminist theory.


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Writing Across Borders

Krupa Shandilya charts “The Limits of the World,” the debut novel from Jennifer Acker....

Writing Across Borders
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