Dr. Aniruddha Bose
Title: Assistant Professor of History
School: Arts & Letters
Academic Department: History and Political Science
Office Location: Sullivan Hall 116
- Ph.D. Boston College
- M.A., Boston College
- M.A., Northeastern University
- B.A., St. Xavier’s College
Dr. Aniruddha Bose comes to Saint Francis University from Boston College where he served as a teaching fellow for the college’s history core. In 2013, he earned his Ph.D. in history, and his dissertation was titled "The Port of Calcutta (1860-1910): State Power, Technology, and Labor"
His research interests lie in the workings of labor and the global economy in the modern era, and he has specifically focused on laborers who facilitated the connections that linked South Asia and the Indian Ocean region in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Through this research he hopes to shed light on class conflict in the age of empire, specifically in the context of the changing rhythms of colonial capital and globalization.
Over the years, Dr. Bose has worked as a research assistant at Northeastern University, and the Boston History Collaborative. He has participated in an archaeological excavation in Gilund, India with the Deccan College and the University of Pennsylvania. He has a scholarly article published in a peer reviewed journal and several public scholarship publications. He has presented his work in numerous conferences and seminars.