Master's Candidate/ Associate Instructor
I am a graduate student studying South Asian popular culture, particularly the new wave of women-centric narratives emerging across media. I’m increasingly interested in media representations of the relationship between the desi diaspora and its imagined homeland. You can find more of my work at www.mallikakhanna.com
Khanna, Mallika. (2019) “The Neoliberal Feminist Gaze: Contesting ‘Female Empowerment’ Narratives in Contemporary Bollywood Films.” Jumpcut, vol. 59. www.ejumpcut.org/currentissue/index.html.