Amardeep Singh

Professor of English
(610) 758-4385
221 Drown Hall
Ph.D. Duke University, 2001

Amardeep Singh is the author of The Films of Mira Nair: Diaspora Verité (University Press of Mississippi, 2018), and Literary Secularism: Religion and Modernity in Twentieth-Century Fiction (2006). Professor Singh's primary interests include Postcolonial Literature and Cinema, 20th/21st Century British Literature (especially Modernism), and the Digital Humanities.

Recent courses Prof. Singh has taught include "Decolonizing the Digital Humanities," "New Brown America: Race and Immigration in the 21st Century," and "The Disappearing Center: British and Postcolonial Literature After 1900." Professor Singh has published essays in journals such as Feminist Modernist Studies, Minnesota Review, the Journal of Postcolonial Writing, South Asian Review, Criticism: A Quarterly, and Wasafiri. He is active on Twitter (@electrostani) and has an academic blog, which can be found here.

Prof. Singh also has several digital projects, including “The Early Poems of Claude McKay,” “The Kiplings and India,” and “Women of the Early Harlem Renaissance.” 

Research Interests: 
Postcolonial Literature and Theory, Poststructuralism, British Modernism, Religion and Literature