Visiting Instructor of Women’s and Gender Studiestsingh@hamilton.edu
Singh’s primary research project examines the relationship between gender, militarism and coercive labor regimes in India. A second, collaborative research project documents the life and work histories of transnational feminist intellectuals, activists and artists.
Singh is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the interdisciplinary social science program at Syracuse University, where she/they received a certificate of advanced studies in women’s and gender studies. Prior to that Singh studied at Teachers College Columbia University (M.A.) and Delhi University (B.A.). Singh is also coeditor of Feminist Freedom Warriors, an online archive of anti-capitalist, anti-racist, anti-authoritarian scholar-activist genealogies.
Recent Courses Taught
Feminist Methodological Perspectives
Seminar on Global Feminisms
- “Facilitating Queer of Color Feminist Co-mentorship: Reflections on an Online Archive of Scholar-Activism.” (with Tayler J. Mathews). In Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography.
- “Toward a Politics of Refusal and Hope”. In L.E. Carty and C.T. Mohanty, Feminist Freedom Warriors: Genealogies, Justice, Politics and Hope, New York: Haymarket Books.
National Women’s Studies Association
Association for Asian Studies
International Studies Association
American Studies Association
Appointed to the Faculty: 2020
Certificate of Advanced Studies, Syracuse University
M.A., Teachers College Columbia University
B.A., Delhi University, Psychology