Dr. Krupa Shah is an Assistant Professor of English at the Department of Humanities & Social Sciences, National Institute of Technology, Puducherry. She has a PhD in Literary and Translation Studies from the Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar. Her research interests are varied and include literature and psychology,the cultural and literary history of Western India, Indian literary and devotional traditions, language, translation and multilingual identity, and film studies among others.
As a translator, Krupa works with English, Gujarati, and French with varying degrees of fluency. Her undergraduate education at Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education (SAICE), Pondicherry, was in the French medium. She also has editiorial and corporate experience as a language specialist with the Amazon Kindle e-periodicals team assisting periodicals such as Le Monde, Le Parisien and Le Figaro transition to the Kindle platform. Her journalistic writings and features have appeared in various magazines on topics such as art & culture, music, film, society and human interest stories. Her poems, other creative writings and translations have been published on platforms such as MuseIndia, Cyclamens & Swords, and Dialogue. View blog.