Clare Talwalker

Department(s): International & Area Studies | Global Poverty & Practice Minor
Phone: 510-642-1289
Office Hours (Spring 2020): Online only, 121 Stephens Hall


Clare Talwalker is a continuing lecturer in Global Studies and Political Economy, and also core faculty of the Global Poverty and Practice Minor. Trained in cultural anthropology, her research focuses on India, social inequalities, the modern public sphere, and postcoloniality. She has also written about student engagement in aid and anti-poverty work. She offers classes on global poverty and practice, political economy, economic anthropology, and India. Talwalker grew up in Mumbai, India. She earned her B.A. at Dartmouth College and her Ph.D. at Duke University.

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