Himani Bannerji is Professor in the Department of Sociology and Department of Equity Studies at York University. Bannerji is responsible for four critically acclaimed CSPI titles: Demography and Democracy: Essays on Nationalism, Gender, and Ideology (2011); The Dark Side of the Nation: Essays on Multiculturalism, Nationalism, and Gender (2000); Thinking Through: Essays on Feminism, Marxism, and Anti-Racism (1995); and Unsettling Relations: The University as a Site of Feminist Struggles (co-edited with Linda Carty and Kari Delhi, 1991). She is also the author of numerous scholarly works including Of Property and Propriety: The Role of Gender and Class in Imperialism and Nationalism (with S. Mojab and J. Whitehead, University of Toronto Press, 2001). Her research interests include Marxist, feminist, and anti-racist theory; colonial discourse; and gender, colonialism, and imperialism. She was the recipient of the CIDA-Shastri Partnership Grant on women’s reproductive health in Kolkata and the winner of the Rabindra Memorial Prize for her book Inventing Subjects: Studies in Hegemony, Patriarchy, and Colonialism (Anthem Press, 2002).