Wendy Singer Wendy Singer is the Roy T. Wortman Professor of History at
Kenyon College, where she teaches South Asian History. Her
books include Creating Histories, which was based on oral
narratives and addressed peasant politics in Bihar in the 1930s, A Constituency Suitable for Ladies, a history of women and Indian elections, and Independent India on the post independence period. Her current project explores reservations and the history of political representation, especially beginning with the municipal councils of the 1920s. Her research, while rooted in the study of Bihar, has most recently extended to Madras as well, looking at cross-regional comparisons.