Dr. Maya Dodd received her Ph.D. from Stanford University in Modern Thought and Literature. Subsequently, she received post-doctoral fellowships at Princeton University with the Committee on South Asian Studies and the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance at JNU, India. Before 2007 when she joined FLAME (Foundation for Liberal and Management Education) University, she taught in the department of Anthropology at Princeton University and during her graduate career at
English departments at Stanford and the University of Florida.
At FLAME University, she has chaired the Centre for South Asia, the Writing Centre and the Department of of Humanities and Languages in which she currently teaches Literary and Cultural Studies. Her research interests include Digital Humanities, South Asian Studies and Cultural Studies and her teaching is focused on the digital classroom and archiving practices. On Twitter you can find her @mayadodd
South Asian Cultural Studies
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