Nandini C. Sen

Nandini C. Sen teaches English in Delhi University. An erstwhile Fellow at the prestigious Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla, she has received the Charles Wallace Fellowship for Academic Research in London, the Ambassador for Peace Prize for her pioneering work in educating slum dwellers and the Write India award for her creative writing. Sen writes on Diaspora Studies, African Studies and Comparative Literature. Some of her academic publications include The Black Woman Speaks: A Study of Flora Nwapa and Buchi Emecheta (2019), Through the Diasporic Lens Volumes 1&2 (2017 & 2018), Mahasweta Devi: Critical Perspectives (2012). Sen is a keen observer of society and a social commentator. Her short stories have been featured in literary journals like The Elusive Genre and The Muse. She has also been featured in the Asian Collective of Short Stories and the Australia-India collaboration titled The Glass Walls.