Ph.D. candidate, History
Her dissertation, Indians on the Move: Law, Borders, and Freedoms at the Turn of the Twentieth Century, narrates a global microhistory on immigration and border controls at the turn of the twentieth century.
Archival study, critical legal studies, critical race studies, ethnic studies, settler-colonial studies, & transimperial history,
Areas of interest:
Law, gender, race, migration, indenture, citizenship, empire, capitalism, the long history of slavery & settler-colonialism
Languages: Panjabi, Hindi, Urdu
In addition to her research, Dhillon is deeply invested in teaching and mentorship.