Ph.D. Student, Social Science Ph.D. Program
Graduate Research Associate, South Asia Center
Taveeshi Singh is a PhD candidate in the interdisciplinary social science program and an instructor in the women's and gender studies department at Syracuse University. Singh’s current research project examines the relationship between cultures of militarism and cultures of servitude in India. A second, collaborative archival research project (feministfreedomwarriors.org) documents the life and work histories of transnational feminist scholar-activists, artists, and intellectuals. Singh has published on the feminist politics of refusal and hope, online archives and queer of color mentorship, and multimodal pedagogical approaches to teaching about capitalism in a feminist classroom. Her work has been published in Gender, Place, and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, Films for the Feminist Classroom, and by Haymarket Publications. Singh was previously visiting instructor of women’s and gender studies at Hamilton College, where she taught courses on global feminisms, militarism, nationalism and imperialism, feminist methodologies, and gender & sexuality in South Asia.