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Anju Kanwar



Anju Kanwar holds a Ph.D. in English with an emphasis on narrative and gender from Northern Illinois University. She earned a Bachelor's in English (Honors) from Jesus and Mary College of the University of Delhi and a Master's in English from the University of Delhi. Additionally, she has taken professional development seminars at Emory University and Harvard Medical School. She has worked as an editor, and taught English at the University of Delhi as well as in colleges and universities in the United States. Kanwar is the author of The Sound of Silence (which was nominated for the Independent Scholar's Award of the Modern Language Association) and has written the Introduction to D.H. Lawrence's novel, The Lost Girl for Barnes and Noble's Library of Essential Reading. Through her fiction and poetry she often explores issues of borders and boundaries. Her current writing focuses on intersectionalities, such as between race, gender and class. She has made numerous national and international presentations on these issues. Website: http://riseglobalinitiative.org/


Northern Illinois University, PhD


Offering Name Start Date End Date Tuition
Narrative Medicine: Using Writing to Heal Feb 11, 2019 Mar 18, 2019 $425.00 Register