B.A. Emory University, Women’s Studies and Political Science
High-Tech Housewives: Indian IT Workers, Gendered Labor and Transmigration. University of Washington Press, 2018.
Bhatt, Amy and Nalini Iyer (co-authors). Roots and Reflections: South Asians in the Pacific Northwest. Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press, 2013.
“The Butterfly Effects of Women’s Studies.” (accepted by Feminist Studies July 2017)
Bhatt, Amy, Madhavi Murty, and Priti Ramamurthy. “Hegemonic Developments: The New Indian Middle Class, Gendered Subalterns, and Diasporic Returnees in the Event of Neoliberalism.” Signs: A Journal of Women in Culture and Society 36, no. 1 (2010): 127-152.
Chapters in Books
“From Students to Spouses: Gender and Labour in Indian Transnationalism,” in The Routledge Handbook of Indian Transnationalism, edited by Ajaya K. Sahoo and Bandana Purkayastha. (invited).
“Resident ‘Non-Resident’ Indians: Gender, Labor and the Return to India,” in Transnational Migration to Asia: The Question of Return, edited by Michiel Baas. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam Press, 2015, 55-72.
Fecundity, Fertility Control, and Feminist “Alliances.” GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 23, no. 4 (2017): 599-601.
“The Technological Indian.” Journal of American History 104, no. 1, (2017): 214–215.
“South Asian Feminisms.” Signs: A Journal of Women in Culture and Society 40, no. 1, (2014): 263-268.
Interviewer. Box 2 (1-14) and Box 3 (1-12), Oral history interviews of the South Asian Oral History Project, Accession No. 5415-001, University of Washington Libraries.
“At Home in Globalization: Social Reproduction, Transnational Migration and the Circulating Indian IT Worker,” University of Washington Dissertation, June 2011.
“Family Planning in India: Politics, Population, Pressures, and People’s Participation.” Emory University Honor’s Thesis, May 2002.