University of Calgary

Neha Bhatia

  • Doctoral Student

Currently Teaching

Not currently teaching any courses.

About me:

Neha Bhatia is a Ph.D. candidate in Transcultural Studies at the University of Calgary, Canada. Her research and teaching interests include production studies, film festival studies, contemporary independent and transnational cinema. Besides presenting at several international conferences, she has co-organized graduate forums, talks and specialized panels in film, media and culture studies. She is currently researching the global turn in India’s independent cinema under the supervision of Dr. Charles Tepperman. She has published in specialized journals and obtained funding for her research through several organizations including the prestigious Alberta Graduate Excellence Scholarship.

Besides her academic work, she serves as Vice Chair of Graduate Student Association (GSA) for Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Accessibility (EDIA) to amplify the voices of Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour through digital projects at University of Calgarry. She also works as Graduate Reserach Assistant in EDIA at Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning at University of Calgary. Through an Erasmus Mundus scholarship, she earned a Master's degree in Crossways in Cultural Narratives from three European universities: University of Sheffield, Université de Perpignan and Universidad de Santiago de Compostela. 




Journal Articles - Peer Reviewed

Curriculum Vitae


  • GSA Citizenship Award - Graduate Student Association
  • 2021 - Alberta Graduate Excellence Scholarship (AGES) - Province of Alberta, Alberta Advanced Education

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