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Meet our EAB Members: Kusha Tiwari

After the continued success of the Meet our Authors segment, as well as the introduction in October of the Meet the Publisher feature, we’d like to invite you for the first time to Meet our EAB Members. Our Editorial Advisory Boards (EABs) contain scholars from all over the world and cover more than 300 academic disciplines, from Dentistry to Robotics and Plant Ecology to Banking.

Today we’d like to introduce you to Dr Kusha Tiwari, Assistant Professor at the University of Delhi and member of our Women's and Gender Studies Advisory Board.

Kusha has published research papers with Taylor & Francis, SAGE, IUP, and in the monthly magazine The Book Review. Her first monograph, based on her PhD thesis, was Narrative of Liberation: Reading Nadine Gordimer’s Post-apartheid Fiction (2015), Since then she has published Critical Perspectives on Toni Morrison (2018) and Towards a Sustainable Future: Cross-cultural Practices, Strategies and Advancements (2019).

Dr Tiwari’s collaboration thus far with Cambridge Scholars has been extremely positive:

“My experience of working with Cambridge Scholars Publishing has been very satisfying and rewarding. They are a pioneering international press that not only publish the work of well-established authors but also give opportunities to first-time authors. They are very professional and publish titles in diverse subject fields. I am thoroughly impressed by the range and scope of their titles as well as by the rich list of reviewers and authors who have worked with or are working with them.

My upcoming book with Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Gender and Popular Culture: Identity Constructions and Representations, is still in the publication process and will be out soon. I am waiting eagerly to see the end product of our collaboration. I am hoping that this will be the beginning of a long and fruitful association that will see many more collaborations. I am also privileged to be part of their Editorial Advisory Board and hope to contribute further in that capacity in the near future.”

To learn more about the role of our Editorial Advisors, or to enquire about joining one of our EABs, you can contact us here

Edit: Kusha Tiwari's collection Gender and Popular Culture: Identity Constructions and Representations has now been released. Click on the title above to learn more. 

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