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Art and Human Rights in the Era of Neoliberalism

Dr. Nitasha Kaul
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 - 6:00pm
LB1-205 (UW Bothell Library)

Dr. Kaul will be available for book signing after the event. She will also present a reading from her Man Asia Literary Prize short-listed novel Residue, 4pm Monday February 23rd at the University Bookstore (U-District).

Dr. Nitasha Kaul is a Kashmiri novelist, academic, poet and economist who lives in London. Her writings focus on identity, democracy, creativity, political economy, Kashmir and Bhutan. She has a joint PhD in Economics and Philosophy (2003) from Hull University (UK), and is a Fellow in Politics and International Relations at Westminster in London. Her publications include the scholarly monograph Imagining Economics Otherwise (Routledge, 2007/2008), and the novel Residue (Rainlight, 2014, shortlisted for the Man Asian Literary Prize in 2009). A public intellectual devoted to human rights, she has delivered invited lectures and keynotes at multiple venues ranging from Universities, creative gatherings and the media, and forums on human rights. Website:

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