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Taveeshi Singh

Taveeshi Singh

(Pronouns: She, Hers,)

Contact Information:

PhD Advisor:

Chandra Talpade Mohanty

Taveeshi Singh

Ph.D. Student, Social Science Ph.D. Program

Graduate Research Associate, South Asia Center


Taveeshi Singh's dissertation examines the politics of gender, military labor and securitization in India. Her work has appeared in Gender, Place, and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, Humanities and Social Sciences OnlineFilms for the Feminist Classroom, and Haymarket Publications. Singh is co-editor of Feminist Freedom Warriors, an online oral history project about transnational feminist social movements. Singh was previously a visiting instructor in the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies at Hamilton College. 

Research Interests

Gender and labor, feminist studies, anthropology of militarization and security, race, caste, class, and the state, ethnographic, decolonial, and feminist methodologies, critical pedagogies, globalization, contemporary South Asia.

Research Grant Awards and Projects

National Women's Studies Association's Graduate Scholarship Award Honorable Mention, the American Men's Studies Association's Loren Frankel Memorial Scholarship, the Joan Lukas Rothenberg Graduate Student Service Award, the Diane Lynden Murphy Bread and Roses Award for Activism on Behalf of Women, Trans and Nonconforming People, the Maxwell Citizenship Initiative Research Grant, and the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award.