Dr. Shobna Nijhawan is an Associate Professor of Hindi in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics. Please visit her web profile for further information.
Books and Monographs
Nijhawan, S. Hindi Publishing in Colonial Lucknow (working title). Under contract with Oxford University Press (in preparation for publication in 2017).
Nijhawan, S. 2012. Women and Girls in the Hindi Public Sphere: Periodical Literature in Colonial North India. New Delhi: Oxford University Press. 374 pages
Nijhawan, S., ed. 2010. Nationalism in the Vernacular: Hindi, Urdu, and the Literature of Indian Freedom. New Delhi: Permanent Black, 517 pages.
Nijhawan, S. 2017. “Nationalizing the Consumption of Tea for the Hindi Reader: The Indian Tea Market Expansion Board’s Advertisement Campaign”. Modern Asian Studies – accepted and scheduled for publication.
Nijhawan, S. 2017. “International Feminism from an Asian Centre: The All-Asian Women’s Conference (Lahore, 1931) in Light of Transnational Feminist History”. Journal of Women’s History 29(2) (June) – accepted and scheduled for publication
Keywords: Hindi public sphere; Hindi and Urdu literature; Hindi, Urdu and English women's periodicals; theories of gender and nationalism; Ayurveda and allopathy in Hindi fiction and Hindi medical periodicals; technology enhanced learning; India