Writer and researcher, Dilpreet Bhullar shuttles between New Delhi and Mumbai, India. With an MPhil from the University of Delhi in Comparative Literature, she has been the recipient of the Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability Fellowship at Columbia University, New York and International Center For Advocates Against Discrimination Fellowship, New York. Her essays on identity politics, memory studies, representation of refugees, and visual sociology are frequently published in leading books, journals and magazines including Seeing South Asia: Visuals Beyond Borders (Routledge), “Di’van Journal” (UNSW Art & Design), “Designing (Post) Colonial Knowledge: Imagining South Asia” (Routledge), “South Asian Popular Culture” (Routledge), Violent and Vulnerable Performances: Challenging the Gender Boundaries of Masculinities and Femininities (Brill Press), criticalcollective.in, stirworld.com, thirdtext.org, thewire.in to name a few. In her long-standing role as the associate editor at India Habitat Centre she edited theme –based visual arts journal as well as co-edited the books Third Eye: Photography and Ways of Seeing (India Habitat Centre and Speaking Tiger, 2019) and Voices and Images (India Habitat Centre and Penguin Random House, 2015). Currently, she is editorial manager of the magazine TAKE on art dedicated to South Asian contemporary arts.