Naveena Naqvi

Assistant Professor | Persianate Islamic Cultures of South Asia

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Naveena Naqvi is a historian of early modern and modern South Asia. Her research interests include the Persianate world (ca. 13th-19th centuries), with a focus on non-courtly Persographic writers in regional contexts during early colonial rule. Her broader fields of interest span the history of political Islam, gender and sexuality, and Hindustani music.
She was a postdoctoral fellow at Yale University in 2018-19 and completed her PhD in History at UCLA in 2018.
You can listen to her speak about her work here.

Naveena Naqvi

Assistant Professor | Persianate Islamic Cultures of South Asia
Naveena Naqvi is a historian of early modern and modern South Asia. Her research interests include the Persianate world (ca. 13th-19th centuries), with a focus on non-courtly Persographic writers in regional contexts during early colonial rule. Her broader fields of interest span the history of political Islam, gender and sexuality, and Hindustani music.
She was a postdoctoral fellow at Yale University in 2018-19 and completed her PhD in History at UCLA in 2018.
You can listen to her speak about her work here.

Naveena Naqvi

Assistant Professor | Persianate Islamic Cultures of South Asia
Naveena Naqvi is a historian of early modern and modern South Asia. Her research interests include the Persianate world (ca. 13th-19th centuries), with a focus on non-courtly Persographic writers in regional contexts during early colonial rule. Her broader fields of interest span the history of political Islam, gender and sexuality, and Hindustani music.
She was a postdoctoral fellow at Yale University in 2018-19 and completed her PhD in History at UCLA in 2018.
You can listen to her speak about her work here.