Dr. Aniruddha Bose
Title: Assistant Professor of History
School: Arts & Letters
Academic Department: History and Political Science
Office Location: Scotus Hall 321
- Ph.D. Boston College
- M.A., Boston College
- M.A., Northeastern University
- B.A., St. Xavier’s College
Dr. Bose comes to Saint Francis University from Boston College, MA from where he earned his Ph.D. in History.
Dr. Bose teaches two world history survey courses where he introduces students to new and cutting edge research that has dramatically reshaped our understanding of the human experience. He teaches courses that survey the histories of East Asia, India, and the Modern Middle East. Dr. Bose also offers several courses that are thematic in nature. He teaches a course on the history of fashion, on the history of work, and on religious conflict and accommodation. Finally, he also teaches a course that provides students a glimpse of African history.
Dr. Bose is currently revising a manuscript tentatively titled Modernization and Class Conflict: the British Raj on the Calcutta Waterfront. He has a book contract with Routledge. He has also begun preliminary research work on a new project. It examines the part played by Indian railway workers in the making of their country through the tumultuous 1940s.