Rohini Shukla is a Ph.D. student in South Asian Religions at Columbia University. Her primary research interest is gender and women's labor in early Marathi literature and Hinduism more broadly. Her zone is transmission.
Her other research interests are B.R. Ambedkar's intellectual history, medieval Indian philosophy and hagiographies, gender and sexuality studies, and community formation.
Before joining this department as an M.A. student (2016-18), she taught logic (2015-16) at the Symbiosis School of Liberal Arts, Pune. She also did an M.A. (2013-15) in Philosophy from the Manipal Center for Philosophy and Humanities, and a B.A. (2009-12) in Philosophy from Savitribai Phule Pune University.
Information about her recent publications and artwork is available online.