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Meet freelancer and doctoral candidate, Suparna Sinha. Sinha is on the Ph.D. track of English and the Teaching of English program. Sinha focuses her scholarly work on postcolonial feminism, postcolonial Dalit feminism, and ecocriticism.
When choosing to pursue a degree at Idaho State University, Sinha noted that the faculty in the Department of English and Philosophy shared her areas of interest. “I would love an opportunity to work with Dr. Alan Johnson,” says Sinha, “[he] is an authority in postcolonial studies.” Sinha’s choice of ISU also came in the form of a tuition fee waiver and a Graduate Assistantship, one of nearly 250 GA positions awarded by the university.
Post graduation Sinha hopes to secure a tenured position as a professor at ISU (or any other university). In tenured work, Sinha would “do extensive research in my areas of interest, publish research papers in reputed journals, and present [her] scholarship at conferences.” Sinha lives by her mantra “love all” and is proud to be part of the ISU family.
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