Mrinalini Sisodia WadhwaStudent, Columbia University
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About Mrinalini Sisodia Wadhwa
I am a student at Columbia University majoring in History and Mathematics, originally from New Delhi, India, and New York City. My research interests lie at the intersection of women's rights activism and anti-colonial movements in 20th Century South Asia.
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