Prof. Sanjukta Bhattacharya is a faculty member at the Department of International Relations, Jadavpur University.
She has done her Masters from Delhi University and completed her Ph.D from Jawaharlal Nehru University. Her areas of specialization include American Studies (Internal Politics, Foreign Affairs and Black studies), West Asia, Third World Contemporary International Relations, Ethnicity, Religion and Politics, International Terrorism, Gender.

Prof. Bhattacharya has several publications to her credit including Deferred Hopes: Blacks in Contemporary America, Radiant, New Delhi, 1986, Perspectives on India’s Northeast, Bibhasha, Calcutta, India at the End of the Twentieth Century: Essays on Politics, Society and the Economy, Lancer’s Books, New Delhi and over 40 articles published in acclaimed journals in course of her teaching career since 1982.
She has been a Senior Research Fellow with the Fullbright Foundation in 1987-88 and a visiting Scholar on the programme, “Direct Access to the Muslim World”, 2004, Fulbright Foundation.