Pashmina Murthy teaches African and South Asian literatures, literary theory, and postcolonial urbanism. Her ongoing book project is on space and orientation in the Global South novel. She is also the co-director of the Global South Project at Cornell University. In 2016, she won the junior Trustee Teaching Excellence Award. In 2018-2019, she will be the director of the Comparative World Literature Concentration.
Postcolonial studies, critical theory, transnational studies.
2007 — Doctor of Philosophy from Univ of Southern California
2001 — Master of Arts from University of Mumbai, India
1999 — Bachelor of Arts from University of Mumbai, India