Kanupriya Dhingra is a research scholar of Book History and Print Cultures at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. Supported by Felix Scholarship Fund, her current research engages with the parallel book markets of Old Delhi. Her work has been published by The Caravan, Scroll.in, Indian Literature, among others.
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