Dr. Tanisha Ramachandran
Associate Teaching Professor in the Department for the Study of Religions and Core Faculty in WGS
Office: Wingate 307
Ph.D., Concordia University (Hinduism) 2008
M.A., Concordia University (Hinduism and Buddhism) 2000
REL 388: South Asian Women: Religion, Culture and Politics
Research and Teaching Interests:
Race, sexuality, religion and feminism
Racialization of Islam in the North American media
Hindu and Buddhist art
Women in South Asian Religions
- 2009. “ No Woman Left Covered: Unveiling and the Politics of Liberation in Multi/interculuralism” In Canadian Woman Studies/les cahiers de la femme: Women, Citizenship and Canadian Multiculturalism. Vol. 27/2,3. Spring/Summer: 33-39.
- 2007. “Endangering the Safety of Canadian Values: The Case of A Hijab, An Eleven Year Old Girl and a Soccer Ball in RACE Link. (Spring): 6-7
- 2004“Abusing Ganga Ma: How the Ganges Continues to Purify” in Voices Across Boundaries Vol. 2/1: 50-51.
- 1999. “Constructing Sita, Deconstructing the Ideal Wife: The Uses of Text and (Con)text.” In The Journal of Religion and Culture. Volume 13:169-174.