Shatrunjay Mall

Position title: TA: Inter L&S 145 with Professor Neville


Advisors: Viren Murthy, Louise Young, and Mou Banerjee
Office: 4271 Mosse Humanities Building
Mailbox: 4054 Mosse Humanities Building
Office Hours: Office hours by appointment

Shatrunjay Mall


I am a student of the modern transnational history of East Asia and South Asia. My research interests include early twentieth century cross-regional intellectual networks, the ideologies of Pan-Asianism in its various interpretations, the construction and dissemination of nationalism, and anti-colonial movements across Asia within the contexts of Western and Japanese imperialism.


M.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison
B.A., Connecticut College


  • Individual Plan of Study; South Asian History

MA Title

  • “A Bengali Revolutionary in Imperial Japan: Rash Behari Bose and Asian Modernities”

Selected Awards

  • Graduate Student Fellow, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2017-2018
  • The Oakes and Louise Ames Prize for outstanding honors study, Connecticut College, 2017
  • Phi Alpha Theta history honors society, Connecticut College
  • Wimberger Prize in South Asian Studies, Connecticut College

Courses Taught (as TA)

  • History 130 – An Introduction to World History (Fall 2018, Spring 2019)