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Shamita Das Dasgupta

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Law

NYU School of Medicine

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New York City, New York,10016

United States

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NYU Langone Medical Center, a world-class, patient-centered, integrated academic medical center, is one of the nation's premier centers for excellence in clinical care, biomedical research, and medical education. Located in the heart of Manhattan, NYU Langone ... more

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Shamita Das Dasgupta Researcher
Consultant, Manavi Shamita Das Dasgupta is a cofounder of Manavi (New Jersey), the first organization in the U.S. to focus on violence against women in the South Asian community. She has been engaged in advocacy to end violence against women for over thirty years. Shamita has taught at Rutgers University and has worked as an adjunct professor at NYU Law School. In addition to several articles and reports, she is the author of five books, The Demon Slayers and Other Stories: Bengali Folktales (1995, Interlink Books, USA); A Patchwork Shawl: Chronicles of South Asian Women in America (1998, Rutgers University Press, USA); Body Evidence: Intimate Violence Against South Asian Women in America (2007, Rutgers University Press, USA); Mothers for Sale: Women in Kolkata's Sex Trade (2009, DasGupta-Alliance, India); and Globalization and Gestational Surrogacy in India: Outsourcing Life (2014, Lexington Books). Shamita has served on several national boards including appointed by New Jersey's Governor to the NJ Domestic Violence Fatality and Near Fatality Review Board. In addition to various awards, her work has received wide recognition in national and international media.


Advancing the Narrative: Inspiring the Future Meet The Faculty | BISC-MI

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Shamita Das Dasgupta
Shamita Das Dasgupta is a cofounder of Manavi (New Jersey), the first organization in the U.S. to focus on violence against women in the South Asian community. She has been engaged in advocacy to end violence against women for over thirty years. Shamita has taught at Rutgers University and has worked as an adjunct professor at NYU Law School. In addition to several articles and reports, she is the author of five books, The Demon Slayers and Other Stories: Bengali Folktales (1995, Interlink Books, USA); A Patchwork Shawl: Chronicles of South Asian Women in America (1998, Rutgers University Press, USA); Body Evidence: Intimate Violence Against South Asian Women in America (2007, Rutgers University Press, USA); Mothers for Sale: Women in Kolkata's Sex Trade (2009, DasGupta-Alliance, India); and Globalization and Gestational Surrogacy in India: Outsourcing Life (2014, Lexington Books). Shamita has served on several national boards including appointed by New Jersey's Governor to the NJ Domestic Violence Fatality and Near Fatality Review Board. In addition to various awards, her work has received wide recognition in national and international media. As guest co-editors, Lisa and Shamita Das Dasgupta won the 2012 Violence Against Women Best Article Award for their special issue on women's use of force titled, "Contemporary Perspectives on Battered Women's Use of Non-Fatal Force in Intimate Heterosexual Relationships.


Out Against Abuse | Co-Founder of Manavi: Dr. Shamita Das Dasgupta

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Co-Founder of Manavi: Dr. Shamita Das Dasgupta
Shamita Das Dasgupta is a cofounder of Manavi, Inc, one of the first domestic violence organizations in North America which focuses on gender abuse in the South Asian community. She has published numerous articles in the women's empowerment field and written many books regarding domestic violence issues, including The Demon Slayers and Other Stories: Bengali Folktales (1995, Interlink Books), A Patchwork Shawl: Chronicles of South Asian Women in America (1998, Rutgers University Press), and Body Evidence: Intimate Violence against South Asian Women in America (2007, Rutgers University Press). She is currently an adjunct assistant professor of clinical law at the NYU Law School.


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Dr Shamita Das Dasgupta, adjunct Professor, NYU Law School, USA


www.outagainstabuse.org

Co-Founder of Manavi: Dr. Shamita Das Dasgupta
Shamita Das Dasgupta is a cofounder of Manavi, Inc, one of the first domestic violence organizations in North America which focuses on gender abuse in the South Asian community. She has published numerous articles in the women's empowerment field and written many books regarding domestic violence issues, including The Demon Slayers and Other Stories: Bengali Folktales (1995, Interlink Books), A Patchwork Shawl: Chronicles of South Asian Women in America (1998, Rutgers University Press), and Body Evidence: Intimate Violence against South Asian Women in America (2007, Rutgers University Press). She is currently an adjunct assistant professor of clinical law at the NYU Law School.


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