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Dr. Nidhi Shrivastava completed her Ph.D. in English and Writing Studies at the University of Western Ontario (now Western University) in London, Canada. Her research focuses on the #MeToo movement, Hindi film cinema, censorship, the figure of the abducted and raped women, Indian rape culture, and the 1947 Partition. She co-edited the volume, Bridging the Gaps Between Celebrity and Media, with Jackie Raphael and Basuli Deb. Her academic research has also been published in South Asian Review. She has contributed a book chapter in #Metoo and Literary Studies: Reading, Teaching, and Writing About Sexual Culture, and has two upcoming publications including an MLA Pedagogy anthology titled Teaching Anglophone South Asian Diaspora Literature, and multiple contributions to a collaborative volume, Gender Violence, The State, and Society: Perspectives from India, Japan, and South AfricaShe is also co-editing with her colleagues a volume on Reimagining #MeToo in South Asia and the Diaspora. She is currently converting her dissertation into a book in the coming year. She grew up in India, Malaysia, and Singapore before migrating to the United States in 2001 with her family.

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Dr. Nidhi Shrivastava completed her Ph.D. in English and Writing Studies at the University of Western Ontario (now Western University) in London, Canada. Her research focuses on the #MeToo movement, Hindi film cinema, censorship, the figure of the abducted and raped women, Indian rape culture, and the 1947 Partition. She co-edited the volume, Bridging the Gaps Between Celebrity and Media, with Jackie Raphael and Basuli Deb. Her academic research has also been published in South Asian Review. She has contributed a book chapter in #Metoo and Literary Studies: Reading, Teaching, and Writing About Sexual Culture, and has two upcoming publications including an MLA Pedagogy anthology titled Teaching Anglophone South Asian Diaspora Literature, and multiple contributions to a collaborative volume, Gender Violence, The State, and Society: Perspectives from India, Japan, and South AfricaShe is also co-editing with her colleagues a volume on Reimagining #MeToo in South Asia and the Diaspora. She is currently converting her dissertation into a book in the coming year. She grew up in India, Malaysia, and Singapore before migrating to the United States in 2001 with her family.