Barnita Bagchi is a faculty member in Comparative Literature at the Department of Languages, Literature, and Communication at Utrecht University. Educated at Jadavpur, Oxford, and Cambridge universities, she was previously on the faculty at the Institute of Development Studies Kolkata in India (where she is an Honorary Visiting Fellow). She has been a Visiting Fellow at Clare Hall, University of Cambridge (spring 2013), and is now a Life Member of Clare Hall. 

 Her areas of research and publication include eighteenth-century and Romantic-era British fiction (with a particular interest in female-centred and female-authored fiction), South Asian (especially Bengali) narrative writing, utopian writing, and South Asian and transnational history of culture and education.

Her academic work on the South Asian Bengali Muslim writer Rokeya S. Hossain's female and feminist utopias (articles, book chapters, and a Penguin Classics critical edition and part-translation of two of Hossain's narratives) is widely used in academic courses globally, for example in a course at York University, Toronto, Canada, on 'South Asian Literary Activism: Women Writers and Filmmakers in South Asia and the Diaspora.' 

 She straddles the humanities and the social sciences, and her research expertises are women's writing in South Asia and Western Europe in comaprative perspective, non-Eurocentric utopian studies and connected transnational histories of global education. 

She has been recently awarded a British Academy Visiting Fellowship at Lancaster University, UK. More on this is to be found here:

Visit the site of the Utrecht Utopia Network, directed by her, for current networked work:

Some of  her interviews (on Kipling's The Jungle Book,  on the Tagoreian utopia, Santiniketan, as holiday destination, and on Koh-i-Nor, the world's most infamous diamond and colonialism)  for the Dutch Radio 1 programme on history, OVT (Past Continuous) can be heard at:


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Alle publicaties
  2018 - Populariserende publicaties
Bagchi, B. (31-03-2018) Invited speaker Scifi Sessions Amsterdam (31-03-2018) Keynote Lecture
  2017 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bagchi, B. (06-07-2017) Participant American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA) Annual Meeting, Utrecht Utrecht (06-07-2017 - 09-07-2017) Paper presenter and seminar organizer, 'Utopian Imagination and South Asia in Comparative Prespective.'
Bagchi, B. (05-07-2017) Participant American Comparative Literature Association 2017 conference Utrecht (05-07-2017 - 09-07-2017) Organizer and paper presenter, seminar on Utopian Imagination and South Asia in Comparative Perspective
Bagchi, B. (21-04-2017) Invited speaker Crossing Borders: Challenging Linguistic and Cultural Diversity (21-04-2017)
Bagchi, B. (18-08-2017) Invited speaker Partition in Bengal: Looking Back after 70 Years Kolkata (17-08-2017 - 18-08-2017) Mixing Memory and Desire: Considerations on Partition, Utopia, and Bengali Women's Writing and Activism
Bagchi, B. (01-01-2017 01-05-2017) Member Stichting Praemium Erasmianum (External organisation) Selection Committee, Dissertation Prizes for best PhD theses in law, humanities, and social sciences submitted in Dutch universities
Bagchi, B. () Member Utrecht University (External organisation) Member, Advisory Committee
  2017 - Vakpublicaties
Bagchi, B. (2017). Inspiratie uit de marge - Drie negentiende-eeuwse Indiase activisten en hun zoektocht naar nieuw sociaal kapitaal. de Nederlandse Boekengids, 2 (6), (pp. 32-33) (2 p.).
  2017 - Populariserende publicaties
Bagchi, B. (13-05-2017) Invited speaker Jane Austen: Fictie en Faam Utrecht (13-05-2017) Public lecture on 'Jane Austen's Subversive Young Heroines: 'Catharine, or the Bower'
Bagchi, B. (27-02-2017) Participant UHSK Symposium Utopias in Historical Perspective Utrecht (27-02-2017) Multiple modernities and utopia: South Asia and Western Europe
  2016 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bagchi, B. (07-07-2016) Invited speaker Utopian Studies Europe Conference Lisbon (05-07-2016 - 09-07-2016) "Utopia and Dystopia in Two Dramatic Works by Rabindranath Tagore"
Bagchi, B. (2016). Crooked lines - utopia, human rights and South Asian women’s writing and agency. Australian journal of human rights, 22 (2), (pp. 103-122) (20 p.).
Bagchi, B. (2016). Many Modernities and Utopia - From Thomas More to South Asian Utopian Writings. In Pablo Guerra (Eds.), Utopía: 500 años (pp. 195-220) (26 p.). Bogota, Colombia: Ediciones Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia.
Bagchi, B. (19-05-2016) Invited speaker Opening up Intimate Spaces: Women's Writing and Autobiography in India Poznan (19-05-2016 - 21-06-2016)
Bagchi, B. (01-06-2016 01-01-2017) Member Preamium Erasmianum (External organisation) Member, Advisory Committee for Erasmus Prize 2017, Prize Area 'Knowledge, Power, and Diversity'<br/><br/>Membership of one of the multiple committees that consider possible prize-areas and choose the eventual winner of the Erasmus Prize. The candidat
Bagchi, B. (07-01-2016). Rabindranath Tagore, Utopia, and Cosmopolitanism: Some Considerations. In Sangeeta Datta & Subhoranjan Dasgupta (Eds.), Tagore: The World As His Nest (pp. 61-73). Kolkata, India: Jadavpur University Press.
Bagchi, B. (05-07-2016) Organiser Teaching Utopia Across Borders, Preconference Workshop Lisbon (05-07-2016 - 09-07-2016) Offered for faculty offering a course for the first time on utopia and dystopia, with at least some focus on literary utopian or dystopian narratives across cultures. It was also intended for faculty members wishing to design undergraduate and postgr
Bagchi, B. (25-07-2016) Organiser Urban Utopias, Urban Futures: Narrative, Play, and Planning Kolkata (25-07-2016) Joint paper with Dr P. Monachesi, City Utopias, City Futures: Narrative, Play, and Urbanism in the Context of two Asian Megacities
Bagchi, B. (02-12-2016) Organiser Utopia and the Future in Transnational, Transcultural, and Intermedial Perspective Utrecht (02-12-2016 - 02-02-2017) Initiated, co-convened (with Prof. B. Oomen), moderated, and presented at this workshop, supported by Cultures, Citizenship, and Human Rights, Utrecht University. Other speakers from universities of Lausanne, Canberra, London, Lausanne, and Lancaster
  2016 - Populariserende publicaties
Bagchi, B. (11-11-2016) Invited speaker Stichting House of Wisdom 'Move forward on the path toward freedom together': The feminist writing and activism of Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain
Bagchi, B. (2016 2021) Member Stichting Praemium Erasmianum (External organisation) Member, Executive Board
  2015 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bagchi, B. (2015). "Because Novels Are True, and Histories are False": Indian Women Writing Fiction in English, 1860-1918. In Ulka Anjaria (Eds.), A History of the Indian Novel in English (pp. 59-72). New York: Cambridge Universtiy Press.
Bagchi, B. (30-07-2015) Invited speaker Aspirational Rituals: Utopias and Promises of Human Rights Canberra (30-07-2015 - 31-07-2015)
Bagchi, B. (30-06-2015) Invited speaker The Concept of the Transnational: ISCHE Workshop Istanbul (23-06-2015)
Bagchi, B. (19-03-2015) Invited speaker American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference Los Angeles (18-03-2015 - 20-03-2015) The Private and Public Personae of Mary Anne Achimmelpenninck
Bagchi, B. (2015). Utopia and the Village in South Asian Literatures. By Anupama Mohan.Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. vii + 234 pp. $84.64 - review. Comparative Literature Studies, 52 (4), (pp. e7-e10) (3 p.).
Bagchi, B. (2015). Utopian and Dystopian Literature: A Review Article of New Work by Fokkema; Prakash; Gordin, Tilley, Prakash; and Meisig. CLCWeb - Comparative Literature and Culture, 17 (2), (pp. 1-4).
  2015 - Overige resultaten
Bagchi, B. (26-11-2015). Decolonizing the Mind: Utopias, Speculative Fiction, and the Decentring from Global Souths of Dominant Epistemologies.
Bagchi, B. (2015). The Translator as Writer, The Writer as Translator: Vikram Seth’s 'Two Lives' (2003) and 'The Rivered Earth' (2011), transnationalism, and cosmopolitanism.
  2014 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bagchi, B. (2014). “The Ironies of Bollywood”: Layered Fictions and Histories of Bombay Films in 'Filming' and 'Cinema City'. In Cristina M. Gamez-Fernandez & Om Prakash Dwivedi (Eds.), Tabish Khair: Critical Perspectives (pp. 87-97) (11 p.). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Bagchi, B. (2014). Connected and entangled histories: writing histories of education in the Indian context. Paedagogica Historica, 50 (6), (pp. 813-821) (9 p.).
Bagchi, B., Fuchs, E. & Rousmaniere, K. (2014). Connecting Histories of Education: Transnational Exchanges and Cross-Cultural Transfers in (Post)-colonial Education. Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books.
Bagchi, B. (2014). Connecting Literature and History of Education: Analysing the Educative Fiction of Jean Webster and Lila Majumdar Transculturally and Connotatively. In Barnita Bagchi, Eckhardt Fuchs & Kate Rousmaniere (Eds.), Connecting Histories of Education: Transnational and Cross-cultural Exchanges in (post-)colonial Education (pp. 213-226) (14 p.). Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books.
Bagchi, B. (2014). Encounters with Europe. IIAS newsletter (68), (pp. 34) (1 p.).
Bagchi, B., Fuchs, E. & Rousmaniere, K. (2014). Introduction. In Barnita Bagchi, Eckhardt Fuchs & Kate Rousmaniere (Eds.), Connecting Histories of Education: Transnational and Cross-cultural Exchanges in (Post-)colonial Education (pp. 1-8) (8 p.). Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books.
Bagchi, B. (03-05-2014) Invited speaker International conference on 'Memories of the Future' organised by the Institute of Modern Languages Research, School of Advanced Studies, University of London, and Chelsea College of Art and Design Senate House, University of London (03-01-2014) Ladylands and Imagined Uprisings: The Multiple Temporalities of South Asian Fiction in English, 1835-1905
Bagchi, Barnita (2014). 'One Single Country, Which Is This Earth': Rabindranath Tagore's Creative Cosmopolitanism. In Golam Abu Zakaria (Eds.), Rabindranath Tagore: Wanderer Between Worlds (pp. 31) (38 p.). Dhaka: Bangla Academy.
Bagchi, B. (24-07-2014) Invited speaker International Standing Conference for the History of Education, Education for War and Peace Institute of Education, University of London (24-01-2014) The Differentials of Gendered Social Capital in South Asian Women's Literary-Educational Activism, 1880-1920: Renewing Transnational Approaches
  2014 - Vakpublicaties
Bagchi, B. (17-08-2014). India Vernieuwd. Vooys, 32 (2), (pp. 79-82) (4 p.).
  2014 - Populariserende publicaties
Bagchi, B. (16-05-2014) Invited speaker The Vernacular City: Urbanism in Modern and Contemporary Literature and Film from South Asia (Karl Jaspers Advanced Centre for Transcultural Studies, Heidelberg University, Germany) (16-01-2014) Ghosts of the City: Lila Majumdar and Beyond
  2013 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bagchi, B. (23-08-2013) Invited speaker International Standing Conference for the History of Education 35: Education and Power-Historical Perspectives University of Latvia, Riga (23-01-2013)
Bagchi, B. (2013). Must There Be Apocalypse? An Analysis of South Asian Speculative Fiction. Frame: Tijdschrift voor Literatuurwetenschap, 26 (1), (pp. 109-124) (16 p.).
Bagchi, B. (15-05-2013) Invited speaker Seminar, Centre of South Asian Studies University of Cambridge (15-01-2013) On rivers of wind: Lila Majumdar, Indian children's literature, and utopia
Bagchi, B. (21-06-2013) Invited speaker International Conference on 'Pride and Prejudice' Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge (21-01-2013) Resonances and Influences of 'Pride and Prejudice' in India: The Marriage Plot in Colonial and Postcolonial Indian Fiction
  2013 - Vakpublicaties
Bagchi, B. (2013). Bookreview A Tale with Seven Answers. The Book Review, XXXVII.
  2012 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bagchi, B. (26-07-2012) Invited speaker European Conference for South Asian Studies University of Lisbon (26-01-2012) Fruits of Knowledge: Polemics, Humour, and Moral Education in Selected Bengali Women's Writing, c. 1900 to Contemporary Times
Bagchi, B. (04-05-2012) Invited speaker International Conference 'Tagore: The Global Standing of a Writer in the Community' Edinburgh Napier University (04-01-2012)
Bagchi, B. (2012). Introduction. The Politics of the (Im)possible: Utopia and Dystopia Reconsidered (pp. 1-19) (19 p.). New Delhi, Thousand Oaks, London: SAGE.
Bagchi, B. (2012). Ladylands and Sacrificial Holes: Utopias and Dystopias in Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain's Writings. In Barnita Bagchi (Eds.), The Politics of the (Im)possible: Utopia and Dystopia Reconsidered (pp. 166-178) (13 p.). New Delhi, London, Thousand Oaks: SAGE.
Bagchi, B. (29-06-2012) Invited speaker Keynote Lecture, Joint Congress, International Standing Conference of History of Education, Society for the History of Children and Youth, and Disabilities History Association University of Geneva (29-01-2012) Rooted Cosmopolitans: Internationalisation of Education and Aspects of the Innovations of Colonial Modernity in South Asia
Bagchi, B. (2012). The Politics of the (Im)possible: Utopia and Dystopia Reconsidered. (276 p.). New Delhi, London, Thousand Oaks: SAGE.
Bagchi, B. (2012). Writing Educational Spaces in Twentieth -Century Reformist Indian Discourse. HSE Social and Education History, 1 (1), (pp. 78-100) (23 p.).
  2012 - Vakpublicaties
Bagchi, B. (2012). Gendered Subalterns. Economic and Political Weekly, 47, (pp. 27-29) (3 p.).
  2012 - Populariserende publicaties
Bagchi, B. (30-08-2012) Invited speaker Roundtable Discussion, Monash Asia Institute, Monash University. (Melbourne) (30-01-2012) Cosmopolitanism
Bagchi, B. (22-08-2012) Invited speaker Special Lecture, Centre for Advanced Study in English, Jadavpur University, India (Kolkata) (22-01-2012) Outsourcing Old Age
Bagchi, B. (2012). Surveying the Field. The Book Review, 36, (pp. 8) (1 p.).
  2011 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bagchi, B. (2011). Between history, fiction, and biography: Cosmopolitanism, migration, and intercultural relationships in Vikram Seth’s 'Two Lives'. Journal of Postcolonial Cultures and Societies (electronic), 2 (4).
Bagchi, B. (2011). Créer, Jouer, et Agir: Rabindranath Tagore et l’Action Politique. In Marie-Claire Caloz-Tschopp (Eds.), Penser Pour Résister: Colère, Courage, et Création Politique (pp. 181-189) (9 p.). Paris: L'Harmattan.
Bagchi, B. (2011). Ein einziges Land, welches die Erde ist: Rabindranath Tagores kreativer Kosmopolitismus. Rabindranath Tagore: Wanderer zwischen Welten (pp. 33-38) (6 p.). Ulm: Verlag Klemm-Oelschläger.
Bagchi, B. (2011). La capacité d’agir des femmes dans la sphère publique en Asie du Sud: Pour une histoire, une politique et une poétique connotatives. In Isabelle Lacoue-Labarthe & Fatou Sow (Eds.), Politique, esthétique, féminisme. Les formes du politique, les ruses de la domination et le sens des luttes féministes. Tumultes 37. (pp. 65-79) (238 p.). Paris: Editions Kime.
Bagchi, B. (2011). Women's Writing and Narratives of Development. In C. Guha & S. Dasgupta (Eds.), Breaking the Silence: Reading Virginia Woolf, Ashapurna Devi, and Simone de Beauvoir (pp. 60-72) (13 p.). Kolkata: Dasgupta and Co..
  2011 - Populariserende publicaties
Bagchi, B. (01-07-2011) Invited speaker Celebrating Rabindranath Tagore (South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg) (01-01-2011) Rabindranath Tagore and Utopia: Some Considerations
Bagchi, B. (11-08-2011) Invited speaker Rabindranath Tagore in the World (Institute of Development Studies Kolkata, Kolkata) (11-01-2011) Rabindranath Tagore, Utopia, and Literary Cosmopolitanism
  2010 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bagchi, B. (2010). Ramabai, Rokeya, and the History of Gendered Social Capital in India. In J, M, S Spence, Meikle, Aiston (Eds.), Women, Education and Agency, 1600-2000 (pp. 66-82) (17 p.). London: Routledge.
Bagchi, B. (2010). Two Lives: Voices, Resources, and Networks in the History of Women’s Education in South Asia. Women's History Review London: Taylor & Francis.
  2010 - Overige resultaten
Bagchi, B. (28-05-2010). Between History, Fiction, and Biography: Narrating Migration, War, and Intercultural Relationships in Vikram Seth’s Two Lives. Migration and Intercultural Identities in relation to Borders Regions (19th and 20th centuries).
Bagchi, B. (24-04-2010). Créer, Jouer, et Agir : Rabindranath Tagore et l’Action Politique. international colloquium on ‘La Pensée et L’Action dans le Pouvoir : Dynamiques Soumission-Insoumission et Création Politique'.
Bagchi, B. (26-08-2010). The Regional, the National, and the Global: Changing Perceptions of Space in Twentieth -Century Indian Educational Discourse. invited paper in panel on ‘The Concept of Space in Modern History', International Congress of Historical Sciences.
  2009 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bagchi, B. (2009). Carrying Over: Analysing Female Utopias and Narratives of Female Education Cross-Culturally and Cross-Historically. In M. Sanyal & A. Ghosh (Eds.), Culture, Society, and Development in India: Essays for Amiya Kumar Bagchi (pp. 43-59) (17 p.). New Delhi, India: Orient Blackswan. ISBN 9788125037071.
Bagchi, B. (2009). Cheery Children, Growing Girls, and Developing Young Adults: On Reading, Growing, and Hopscotching across Categories�, (Delhi: Orient Blackswan, 2009) ISBN 9788125037002. In R.B. Chatterjee & N. Gupta (Eds.), Reading Children: Essays on Children's Literature (pp. 162-181) (20 p.). New Delhi, India: Orient Blackswan. ISBN 9788125037002.
Bagchi, B. (2009). Education, Women’s Narratives, and Feminist Civil Society Activism: Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain’s Feminist Utopias. In S. Denefle (Eds.), Utopies Feministes et Experimentations Urbaines (pp. 109-116) (8 p.). Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes.
Bagchi, B. (27-08-2009) Invited speaker 31st Session of the International Standing Conference for the History of Education, 'The History of Popular Education' Universiteit Utrecht (27-01-2009) Popular Female Education, Nationalism, and Bengali Women's Writing: India 1900 to 1955
Bagchi, B. (2009). Towards Ladyland: Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain and the Movement for Women's Education in Bengal, c. 1900-c. 1932�. Paedagogica Historica, Volume 45 (Number 3), (pp. 743-755) (13 p.).
Bagchi, B. (2009). Voilà femme forte: The Unusual Education of Mary Anne Schimmelpenninck. In M. Sarkar (Eds.), Moneta's Veil: Essays on Nineteenth Century Literature (pp. 34-50) (17 p.). New Delhi, India: Pearson Education. ISBN 9788131726761.
  2008 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bagchi, B. (2008). Hannah Arendt, Education, and Liberation: A Comparative South Asian Feminist Perspective. Heidelberg Papers in South Asian and Comparative Politics, 35.
  2008 - Vakpublicaties
Bagchi, B. (2008). ‘L’Education, l’Action, et la Désobéissance Civile: Trois Femmes Écrivaines Indiennes en Dialogue avec Hannah Arendt. In Marie-Claire Caloz-Tschopp (Eds.), (Re)Lire Hannah Arendt Aujourd’hui: Pouvoir, Guerre, Pensée, Jugement Politique (pp. 447-452) (6 p.). Paris: L'Harmattan.
  2006 - Vakpublicaties
Bagchi, B. (2006). In Tarini Bhavan: Rokeya Sakhawat Hossains Padmarag und der Reichtum des südasiatischen Feminismus in der Förderung nicht konfessionsgebundener, den Geschlechtern gerecht werdender menschlicher Entwicklung. Wie schamlos doch die Mädchen geworden sind: Bildnis von Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain (pp. 115-130) (16 p.). Berlin: IKO—Verlag fur Interkulturelle Kommunikation.
  2005 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bagchi, B. (2005). 'So Odd and So Stupid’: The Triumph of Fanny Price. In S. Bhattacharji (Eds.), Mansfield Park, critical edition (pp. 487-495) (9 p.). New Delhi: Penguin.
Bagchi, B. (2005). Sultana’s Dream and Padmarag: Two Feminist Utopias. New Delhi: Penguin.
Bagchi, B. (2005). Webs of History: Information, Communication, and Technology from Early to Post-Colonial India. New Delhi: Manohar.
  2005 - Vakpublicaties
Bagchi, B. (2005). Gender, History, and the Recovery of Knowledge through Information and Communication Technologies. In A.K. Bagchi, B Bagchi & D. Sinha (Eds.), Webs of History: Information, Communication, and Technology from Early to post-Colonial India (pp. 265-278) (14 p.). New Delhi: Manohar.
  2004 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bagchi, B. (2004). Pliable Pupils and Sufficient Self-Directors: Narratives of Female Education by Five British Women Writers, 1778-1814. (198 p.). New Delhi: Tulika.
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Utopian Art and Literature from Modern India
04-07-2017 tot 01-03-2019
Algemene projectbeschrijving 

Initiator of and editor of a Special Collection for the Open Library of the Humanities.

Rol: Uitvoerder Financiering

Afgesloten projecten

Urban Futures driven by Urban Utopias: Narratives, Play, and Planning 01-01-2016 tot 02-01-2017
Algemene projectbeschrijving

The goal of the project is to support the process of education and consensus building in city development among various stakeholders: government, urban planners, citizens and intellectuals. It takes a media, communication, and cultural studies approach to urban change. We also aim to set the basis for imagining alternative spaces in Asian cities through the use of games, literature, films that can be a source of inspiration for urban planners and governments.

Rol: Onderzoeksleider & uitvoerder Financiering
1e geldstroom: ICON & UIL OTS: Crossing the Borders
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 Member, Execcutive Board of the Erasmus Prize Foundation (Stichting Praemium Erasmianum)
Member, Advisory Council, Centre for the Humanities, Utrecht University
Member, Selection Committee, Dissertation Prizes of the Stichting Praemium Erasmianum (awarded to the best Ph.D. theses submitted in Humanities, Law, and Social Sciences in Dutch universities)
Coordinator, Humanities Honours Programme, for the Department of Languages, Literature, and Communication, Utrecht University
Evaluator of research grant applications for the NWO, the Dutch Research Council, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Canada.
Member, BA Opleidingscommissie (Teaching Learning Committe) for Comparative Literature, Utrecht University
Life Member, Clare Hall, University of Cambridge
Was a member of the Advisory Group for UU's Faculty of Humanities Diversity Group (G5 Project), which concluded its activities in summer 2013.
Member, Academic Advisory Board Asian Literature and Translation (ALT): A Journal of Religion, Society and Culture, .
Member, Editorial Advisory Board,  online journal Heidelberg Papers in South Asian and Comparative Politics,  
Fellow, Postcolonial Studies Initiative at Utrecht University, 
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