Website | Bylines

Dr. Pravina Cooper has received a doctorate in Comparative World Literature and Film Studies in October 2005 from UCLA. Her teaching interests include genres in film and theater, critical theory, and transnational literatures. She currently teaches comparative literature, theater, and film in the Comparative World Literature and  Classics Department at California State University, Long Beach. She has read papers on Salman Rushdie, Kipling, Naipaul, and transnational literatures. She has also given seminars and written on American cinema, Shakespeare and his adaptations, comedy, and Ritwik Ghatak.  She has published in journals such as Asian Cinema and the Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies.

Website | Bylines

Dr. Pravina Cooper has received a doctorate in Comparative World Literature and Film Studies in October 2005 from UCLA. Her teaching interests include genres in film and theater, critical theory, and transnational literatures. She currently teaches comparative literature, theater, and film in the Comparative World Literature and  Classics Department at California State University, Long Beach. She has read papers on Salman Rushdie, Kipling, Naipaul, and transnational literatures. She has also given seminars and written on American cinema, Shakespeare and his adaptations, comedy, and Ritwik Ghatak.  She has published in journals such as Asian Cinema and the Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies.