Anuja Bose

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Political Science .
1354 SocSci

267 19th Ave S .


Anuja Bose joined the faculty as Assistant Professor in 2019. Her research focuses on political theorists who are situated in the nexus between Black political thought and anti-colonial political thought. Within this tradition, she is interested in how thinkers interrogate and reformulate central political problems related to solidarity; economic and political self-determination; social and economic rights; popular sovereignty; and the relationship between state and civil society.

Educational Background & Specialties

Educational Background

  • Ph.D: Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles.

Curriculum Vitae


  • Black Political Thought; Anti-Colonial Thought & Anti-Imperial Thought; Political Theory of Empire and Imperialism; Critical Race and Feminist Theory; Modern & Contemporary Political Theory.
Courses Taught
  • Undergraduate: Democracy and Citizenship (POL 3235W)
  • Undergradate: Black Political Thought (POL 4210)
  • Graduate: Power, Equity, Diversity Core Seminar (POL 8060)