Prerna Choubey is a graduate student in the South Asia Studies program at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies.
She has both the Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from the University of Delhi, specialising in Indian History.
Her paper, “Revisiting Kol Revolt, 1831-32”, is published as a chapter in the book, “Tribe-British Relations in India” by the Springer Publishing in 2021.
Her research interests center around the interpretation of religious literature by the contemporary political culture of India and the relationship between theology and literature. It also focuses on the genealogy of religious epics in understanding community interaction and present day socio-political problems.