Anubhav Pradhan’s research straddles urban history, heritage, planning and writing as well as colonial cultural contact and the intersections of empire and modernity. He is Deputy Editor of South Asia Research, a peer-reviewed international, multidisciplinary journal. He has taught at Ambedkar University Delhi, South Asian University, Jamia Millia Islamia, and the University of Delhi. He has also served Primus Books, Delhi as their Senior Marketing Editor. He is editor of Articulating Urbanity: Writing the South Asian City (forthcoming, 2022) and co-editor of Literature, Language, and the Classroom: Essays for Promodini Varma (forthcoming, 2021) and of Kipling and Yeats at 150: Retrospectives/Perspectives (2019). He has been part of the Researching the Contemporary programme of the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies and the Urban Fellows Programme of the Indian Institute for Human Settlements. He reviews frequently for national and international journals and has presented his work in a wide range of conferences all over the world.