Nandini Chatterjee

Nandini Chatterjee is lecturer in history at Plymouth University, UK. She works on law and the formation of religious subjectivities in colonial India and in other locations within the British Empire. Chatterjee is the author of The Making of Indian Secularism: Empire, Law and Christianity, 1830-1960 (2011) and “English law, Brahmo marriage and the problem of religious difference: civil marriage laws in Britain and India” (2010). She is the director of an AHRC-funded research network “Subjects of law: rightful selves and the legal process in imperial Britain and the British Empire.”