Najnin Islam is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English. Her research focuses on postemancipation labor economies in the Caribbean and the Indian Ocean world. Her current project offers a literary-historical account of race and caste in the Anglophone Caribbean during the era of indentureship. Her work appears in Small Axe, Interventions, Global South Studies, and elsewhere.
-Colonial and Postcolonial Studies
-South Asian and South Asian Diasporic Literature
-Global Anglophone Literature
-Theories of the Archive
-Race and Caste
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