Public Scholarship

I have also written for several non-academic publications on topics related to immigration, nationality, race, journalism, and policy.

Selected works:

Bhatt, Amy and Sareeta Amrute, “Why the Tech Industry Needs a ‘Day without Immigrants.” The Huffington Post, February 16. 2017.

Bhatt, Amy, “Keeping ‘Us’ Safe in Baltimore,The Huffington Post, April 30, 2015.

Bhatt, Amy, “Celebrating South Asian American Women’s Stories.South Asian American Digital Archive TIDES Magazine, March 8, 2015.

Iyer, Nalini and Amy Bhatt, “Fifty Years of the Immigration and Nationality Act.” University of Washington Press Blog. January 7, 2015.

Ainsworth, Sara, Lori Buchsbaum, and Amy Bhatt. “Access to Health Care for Immigrants Living in the Northwest.” Legal Voice Working Paper.  August 2010.

Srivastava, Shiwani and Amy Bhatt. “Joel Stein’s Beef with Indians Hurts Everyone.” The Huffington Post. July 1, 2010.

Srivastava, Shiwani and Amy Bhatt. “More than Words: Plagiarism isn’t always a black and white issue … but could it be a brown one?”  The Root. December 22, 2009.

Bhatt, Amy and Shiwani Srivastava. “Outsourcing Responsibility? The Mona Sarika Scandal and Journalistic Ethics.”  TheHuffington Post. December 7, 2009.

Srivastava, Shiwani and Amy Bhatt. “Return to India.”  Little India. June 5, 2009.