Anjali Nath

Anjali Nath

Visiting Scholar in the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History
Anjali Nath
Anjali Nath is Assistant Professor in the Department of American Studies at University of California, Davis. Her work focuses on the visual culture of American militarism, with a focus on document redaction, transparency and the bureaucracy of warfare. Her current book project, A Thousand Paper Cuts: US Empire and the Bureaucratic Life of War, is a critical reckoning with the racial and imperial work of paper as mobilized in the service of American militarism. Nath's writing has appeared in American Quarterly, Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies, Studies in Documentary Film, Visual Anthropology and other academic publications. She holds a doctorate in American Studies and Ethnicity from University of Southern California and a Master’s degree from UCLA in Asian American Studies. At UC Davis, Nath co-facilitates the Critical Militarization, Policing and Security Studies cluster with Javier Arbona and Caren Kaplan. She is also an active member of the Cultural Studies Graduate Group. Prior to joining the faculty at UC Davis, Nath worked in the Center for American Studies and Research at the American University of Beirut. She serves as an honorary board member of Community Services Unlimited, a food justice organization in South L.A.

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