Pawan Dhingra is an author, professor, curator, and diversity/equity/inclusion officer. He and his work have been profiled on numerous media and public outlets, including the White House forum on AAPI heritage, The New York Times, National Public Radio, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, Colorlines, Times of India, and many more. He has written award-winning books; his most recent is Hyper Education: Why Good Schools, Good Grades, and Good Behavior Are Not Enough (New York University Press), which Library Journal described as, “[A] thought-provoking book … of interest to parents and educators,” and author Min Jin Lee described as a “fascinating exploration [that] gets to the root of education obsessions to expose our global anxieties, national biases, and parental hopes for our sons and daughters.”

Pawan also is Former Curator and Senior Advisor to the historic Smithsonian Institution’s Beyond Bollywood project. A frequent invited speaker, he has been profiled in the documentary, Breaking the Bee. He is honored to have been elected President of the Board of the South Asian American Digital Archive. He has been department chair and held tenured positions at Tufts University and Oberlin College. He is on Twitter @phdhingra1. Please use the contact page to be in touch.