Ankita Mukhopadhyay recently completed an MSc in History of International Relations at LSE. Her dissertation at LSE, titled ‘Post-war restructuring of youth health and cultural politics: British rehabilitation policies in occupied Germany, 1945-1948’, was awarded distinction. She did her undergraduate degree in History (Hons.) at Lady Shri Ram College, New Delhi and now works as the Lead of Content at a startup in Gurgaon, India. She tweets @muk_ankita.

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