Dr Vibha Singh Chauhan
Dr Vibha Singh Chauhan is the Former Principal of Kirori Mal College, University of Delhi, Delhi, India. Her formal educational training is in English Literature, Education and Law. Her major research interests include gender studies, culture studies, non-urban livelihoods, and protest movements. She is also the Founder-Secretary of the group 'Health, Equality and Literacy Movements' (HELM)- working closely to address challenges faced by the most vulnerable in India.
Dr Chauhan holds a PhD from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi for her work on “Community in Fiction: A Study of Selected Novels in English, Hindi and Bangla” and published extensively in reputed national and international journals.
Dr. Chauhan has visited SOAS, UK (2006), and Oxford, UK (2013) for academic presentations. She has undertaken the academic project Gods People Make: A survey of Local Deities in eastern Uttar Pradesh (funded by Nehru Cambridge Trust for Indian Collections at the Victoria and Albert Museum) in 1998