Anju Kanwar holds a Ph.D. in English with an emphasis on narrative and gender from Northern Illinois University. She earned a Bachelor’s in English (Honors) from Jesus and Mary College of the University of Delhi and a Master’s in English from the University of Delhi. She is the author of The Sound of Silence (which was nominated for the Independent Scholar’s Award of the Modern Language Association) and has written the Introduction to D.H. Lawrence’s novel, The Lost Girl, for Barnes and Noble’s Library of Essential Reading. Her research, fiction and poetry (published/presented in Asia, Middle East, Africa, Europe, and North America) often focus on issues of gender, education, health, and popular culture.
The Journal for the Humanities in Rehabilitation is a peer reviewed, multi-media journal using a collaborative model with rehabilitation professionals, patients and their families to gain a greater understanding of the human experience of disability through art, literature and narrative. The purpose of this interdisciplinary journal is to raise the consciousness and deepen the intellect of the humanistic relationship in the rehabilitation sciences.
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