Chandrika Kaul is an author whose skills and expertise include public opinion, diplomacy, and comparative analysis.

The writer has penned over thirty peer-reviewed journal articles and edited collections. 

In October 2019, Kaul made her appearance on BBC Debate Night. She also wrote and presented about interwar BBC broadcasting in India.

 As found from online sites, Dr. Chandrika Kaul has been awarded a visiting fellowship to work in the Cluster of Excellence: Asia and Europe in a Global Context at Heidelberg University from October 2013 to June 2014.

Likewise, her self-credit includes In Our Time (Podcast Series) as a self-historian from 2004 to 2016. That's not all; she has eight other credits (be that TV series, movie documentary, or podcast series) to her name.

According to Amazon, her authored book credits include Reporting the Raj - The British press and India c. 1880-1922M.K. Gandhi, Media, Politics and Society: New Perspectives (Palgrave Studies in the History of the Media), Communications, Media and the Imperial Experience: Britain and India in the Twentieth Century, et cetera.


Who Is Chandrika Kaul?

Chandrika Kaul Kaul is a Reader in Modern History at the University of St Andrews. 

She seems to be around 40 to 50 years old, judging from her appearance. This is just an assumption as her real age and date of birth have not been disclosed on the web.

As written on Kaul's LinkedIn, she is a part of the department of modern history at the University of St Andrews. 

She introduces herself as a modern British media and imperial historian. Her multidisciplinary research and teaching encompass the 19th and 20th centuries, including contemporary history. 

Her researches are not only limited to Indian and British studies as she has also published research into Maltese history, Portuguese media and empire, and the Empire and Commonwealth Press Union.

Dr. Chandrika Kaul was on BBC R4's 'In Our Time' discussing the poet Rabindranath Tagore in 2015.

Chandrika Kaul was honored with Leverhulme major research fellowship.
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Chandrika Kaul Achievements

Chandrika Kaul is the recipient of a Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship for well-established, distinguished researchers in the humanities and social sciences to complete a piece of original research.

The talented figure also serves as a founding co-editor of the book series Palgrave Studies in the History of the Media. What's more, her most recently edited book is M. K. Gandhi, Media, Politics and Society: New Perspectives, released in 2020.

Likewise, Kaul's areas of interest and publications cover a wide range of topics, including the British Monarchy, modern communications; British media and politics; Imperial propaganda; the British popular press; the BBC. The list does not stop here as her studies also involve the First and Second World Wars, Modern South Asia, especially modern India; India under the British Raj; M.K. Gandhi; Indian media and politics; and Decolonisation. 

Chandrika Kaul Husband: Is She Married?

Chandrika Kaul appears to be married and probably has a husband.

There are no confirmations or records found about the writer's personal or married life on the virtual platforms.

We learned that in December 2019, she and two other fellow professors, Dr. Claire Cousins and Professor Anne Magurran, were awarded more than £600k in prestigious research funding, and she received a Leverhulme fellowship worth over £124,000.


Chandrika Kaul Family Bio And Children

Chandrika Kaul comes from an Indian background family. That's probably the reason why she has prioritized and focused her articles and findings on Indian cultures and personalities.

Aside from her professional life and work achievements, the actress has maintained a low profile regarding her family and children's relations with the public world.

More on her, Kaul enjoys dabbling in pottery and is passionate about cricket.