Anshuman A Mondal is Reader in English at Brunel University. He is the author of three books: Nationalism and Postcolonial Identity: Culture and Ideology in India and Egypt (2003), Amitav Ghosh (2007), and Young British Muslim Voices (2008). He has published articles in Prospect magazine and on The Guardian’s Comment is Free, in addition to many scholarly articles. A full profile can be found here.
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