Unita Ahdifard

Unita Ahdifard received her Ph.D. from the Department of English. Her research focuses on women writers and Anglo-Persianate relations in the early modern period, postcolonial theory, and the boundaries around fictional and nonfictional genres in travel writing. In September 2022, she began a graduate internship at the Getty Museum, alongside the Kanner postdoctoral fellowship in British studies at the UCLA Clark library. 

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Read Unita’s post on the Public Humanities Graduate Fellows Blog, which discusses the humanities, graduate school, and the challenges and possibilities of the job market.

Read about Unita’s Public Humanities Graduate Fellow internship with the Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation.

Watch Unita’s Winter 2022 Public Humanities Graduate Fellows Program Capstone Presentation:

Watch Unita discuss her research on women and Anglo-Persianate travel literature: