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Anamika Bhattacharjee

University of East Anglia, United Kingdom


Anamika Bhattacharjee, born on 8th January 1995 in Siliguri, West Bengal, India, is a distinguished historian with a fervent dedication to unraveling the complexities of cultural interactions. Her academic journey commenced at St. Joseph's School in Siliguri, where she laid the groundwork for her intellectual pursuits. Building upon this foundation, she pursued her secondary education at Holy Child Auxilium School in Vasant Vihar, New Delhi, India, fostering a comprehensive understanding of various academic disciplines.
Anamika’s insatiable thirst for knowledge led her to Ram Lal Anand College, University of Delhi, where she pursued a Bachelor of Arts with Honors in History, delving deep into the annals of the past to comprehend its profound implications on the present. Subsequently, she pursued her master's degree in history at Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, honing her analytical skills and expanding her scholarly repertoire.
Driven by a profound curiosity and a commitment to scholarly excellence, Anamika embarked on her doctoral journey at the University of East Anglia, delving into the intricate tapestry of British interpretations of sacred Hindu festivals from 1757 to 1858. Her research seeks to illuminate the nuances of cultural exchange and colonial perceptions, offering invaluable insights into historical discourse.
In addition to her academic pursuits, she has contributed significantly to the academic community as a Lecturer at Salesian College, Siliguri, India, where she imparted knowledge and inspired the next generation of historians. She has also authored two research works, "History of Siliguri (1800-2020)" and "Tribes and Castes of the Darjeeling District," which have garnered acclaim for their meticulous scholarship and insightful analysis.
Currently residing in Norwich, UK, Anamika continues to enrich the academic landscape as a dedicated educator and cover supervisor, leveraging her expertise to nurture intellectual curiosity and critical thinking skills. Her multifaceted engagement extends beyond the classroom, as she remains an active volunteer with organizations such as Hungate (Norwich) and The Gardens Trust, advocating for cultural preservation and community engagement.
Anamika's commitment to interdisciplinary scholarship was further evidenced by her participation in the recent History seminar at the University of East Anglia on 1st May 2024, where she engaged in rigorous academic discourse and exchanged ideas with fellow scholars.

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