Naveena Naqvi

Assistant Professor of 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 of 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 of 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.