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Bindu Malieckal, Ph.D.

Ph.D., Baylor University

Research Interests and Background

Dr. Bindu Malieckal specializes in Early Modern Literature and Postcolonial Literature. In terms of the representations of race, religion, and women. Her publications include studies of Jews and Muslims in Shakespeare's plays; African slaves and Mughal women in early modern texts; genocide and migrancy in Rohinton Mistry's fiction; and Luso-English relations.

She has presented her research at the Modern Language Association, the Shakespeare Association of America, at Harvard University, the University of Cambridge, the University of Toronto, the University of Iceland, Abo Akademi (Finland), and elsewhere. She has held the position of Jackson Fellow at Yale University's Beinecke Library.


In addition to regular offerings in Shakepeare, Milton, Introduction to Postcolonial Literature, and special topics such as Renaissance Women, Professor Malieckal teaches a course on Phillip Pullman's His Dark Materials and a course on Contemporary Travel Narratives.

Contact Information

Dr. Bindu Malieckal
Bindu Malieckal
English Department
Saint Anselm College
100 Saint Anselm Drive # 1642
Manchester, NH 03102

(603) 641-7039

Office: Bradley House

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