Department of Sociology, York University
Research keywords: Anti-racist feminism; Marxism; critical cultural theories; historical sociology; patriarchy and class formation; nationalism; cultural identity and politics; India; Canada
Himani Bannerji is a Senior Scholar in the Department of Sociology. Her research and writing life extends between Canada and India. Her interests encompass anti-racist feminism, marxism, critical cultural theories and historical sociology. She has done extensive research and writing on patriarchy and class formation in colonial India as well as in different strands of nationalism, cultural identity and politics in India.