University Profiles


Amrita Ghosh, Ph.D

Instructor of English

Department of English

Prof. Ghosh is a published postcolonial scholar in South Asian studies and currently teaches College English I & II


My research interests include South Asian postcolonialism, Diasporic literature and Literature of Partition, narratives of nationalism and the nation-state. I currently teach English I, English II and Reading-Writing Workshop. My co-edited anthology titled Subaltern Vision: A Study in Postcolonial Indian-English Text has recently been published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing and I also edit a transcultural journal titled Cerebration that strives to initiate critical thought across borders and cultures.


  • Ph.D, Drew University, 2012
  • MA, Rutgers University
  • BA, University of Delhi, India

Academic Distinctions

Fellowship for Cornell University's School of Criticism and Theory, 2008.

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Office Phone
(973) 761-0000


Office Location
Room 372
Fahy Hall


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