Maina Chawla Singh
Scholar in Residence
School of International Service
Dr. Maina Chawla Singh has lectured widely at international institutions including Oxford, Cambridge, Yale, Cornell, Michigan, Indiana, Brandeis, and at the Library of Congress. She was Scholar-in-Residence, Haddasah-Brandeis Institute(2008); Fellow at Schusterman Center for Israel Studies, Brandeis University (2009) and has been Scholar-in-Residence, American University, since 2009.
Dr. Singh has lived in Russia, Ethiopia, Japan, France and Israel, and her cross-cultural experiences inspire a strong interest in Identity and Diaspora communities. Current research projects include: the role of Indian Americans in US politics and the Migration Narratives of Indian-Jewish (born in India and now living in Israel).
In Washington DC, Singh has engaged actively with Georgetown and American Universities lecturing and organizing campus events on Contemporary India, Indian Diaspora communities, Indian Jews and India-Israel Relations.
EXPERTISE IN CURRICULUM DESIGN; ONLINE TEACHING; WEB-BASED PEDAGOGIES:
Between 2013-16, Dr. Singh has received Advanced Professional Certifications at AU in Online /Asynchronous Teaching, Creating Digital Classrooms and the use of Web Tools / Apps in Higher Ed"
Certifications (see below).