Sayantani DasGupta

422 Hamilton Hall

212-854-0507
Office Hours :
On Academic Leave
Sayantani DasGupta
Senior Lecturer in the Discipline of Narrative Medicine

Sayantani DasGupta is a faculty member in the Master’s Program in Narrative Medicine, the Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race and the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society, all at Columbia University. Originally trained in pediatrics and public health, her work has appeared in journals including The Lancet, JAMA, Pediatrics, The Hastings Center Report, Literature and Medicine, Teaching and Learning in Medicine, and The Journal of Medical Humanities. She is an associate editor of the journal Literature and Medicine, and her current interests are in issues of narrative humility in medical education and practice, racial justice and health, diaspora studies, and science fiction/health futurities. She is also a New York Times bestselling children’s author. Learn more about her work at www.sayantanidasgupta.com.

PUBLICATIONS

Sayantani DasGupta 

Professor DasGupta is a NYT Bestselling Children’s Author

 

She Persisted Series (with Chelsea Clinton): Virginia Apgar (Philomel, forthcoming, 2021)
Force of Fire (Scholastic Press, forthcoming 2021)
The Chaos Curse: Kiranmala and the Kingdom Beyond (Scholastic Press, 2020)
Game of Stars: Kiranmala and the Kingdom Beyond (Scholastic Press, 2019)
The Serpent’s Secret: Kiranmala and the Kingdom Beyond. (Scholastic Press, 2018)
Principles and Practices of Narrative Medicine (Oxford U Press, 2017) – Co-Author
Globalization and Transnational Surrogacy in India: Outsourcing Life (Lexington, 2014) – Co-editor
Stories of Illness and Healing: Women Write their Bodies (Kent State, 2007) – Co-editor
Her Own Medicine: A Woman’s Journey from Student to Doctor (Ballantine, 1999)
The Demon Slayers and Other Stories: Bengali Folktales (Interlink, 1995)
Sayantani DasGupta
Sayantani DasGupta
Senior Lecturer in the Discipline of Narrative Medicine

422 Hamilton Hall

212-854-0507
Office Hours :
On Academic Leave

Sayantani DasGupta is a faculty member in the Master’s Program in Narrative Medicine, the Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race and the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society, all at Columbia University. Originally trained in pediatrics and public health, her work has appeared in journals including The Lancet, JAMA, Pediatrics, The Hastings Center Report, Literature and Medicine, Teaching and Learning in Medicine, and The Journal of Medical Humanities. She is an associate editor of the journal Literature and Medicine, and her current interests are in issues of narrative humility in medical education and practice, racial justice and health, diaspora studies, and science fiction/health futurities. She is also a New York Times bestselling children’s author. Learn more about her work at www.sayantanidasgupta.com.

PUBLICATIONS

Sayantani DasGupta 

Professor DasGupta is a NYT Bestselling Children’s Author

 

She Persisted Series (with Chelsea Clinton): Virginia Apgar (Philomel, forthcoming, 2021)
Force of Fire (Scholastic Press, forthcoming 2021)
The Chaos Curse: Kiranmala and the Kingdom Beyond (Scholastic Press, 2020)
Game of Stars: Kiranmala and the Kingdom Beyond (Scholastic Press, 2019)
The Serpent’s Secret: Kiranmala and the Kingdom Beyond. (Scholastic Press, 2018)
Principles and Practices of Narrative Medicine (Oxford U Press, 2017) – Co-Author
Globalization and Transnational Surrogacy in India: Outsourcing Life (Lexington, 2014) – Co-editor
Stories of Illness and Healing: Women Write their Bodies (Kent State, 2007) – Co-editor
Her Own Medicine: A Woman’s Journey from Student to Doctor (Ballantine, 1999)
The Demon Slayers and Other Stories: Bengali Folktales (Interlink, 1995)
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