• Book Chapters

    SenGupta, Gunja, "34. Sankofa and the Art of Archiving Black Atlantic Migrations." Women and Migration (s) II (2022): 259.

    Gunja SenGupta, "Pan-Mongolism to Anti-Racist Internationalism: Perspectives from U. S. History," in Ideologies of Race: Imperial Russia and the Soviet Union in Global Context, ed. David Rainbow, (Montreal, McGill-Queen's Press-MQUP, 2019), 312-338.

    Gunja SenGupta, “Migration as a Woman’s Right: Stories from Comparative and Transnational Slavery Histories in the Atlantic and Indian Ocean Worlds,” in Women and slavery: Africa, the Indian Ocean world, and the medieval North Atlantic, eds Campbell, Gwyn, Suzanne Miers, and Joseph Calder Miller, Vol. 1. (Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, 2019), 561-580.

    Amkpa, Awam, and Gunja SenGupta, "Picturing Homes and Border Crossings: The Slavery Trope in Films of the Black Atlantic." Paths of the Atlantic Slave Trade: Interactions, Identities, and Images, ed Ana-Lucia Araujo (New York: Cambria Press, 2011), 359-387

    Gunja SenGupta, "The Blackamoor as Voyager: Re-Significations in Transit from Old Worlds to Estevanico, Abraham Lincoln, Bayou Ballads, and William Attaway," in ReSignifications: European Blackamoors, Africana Readings, ed Amkpa, Awam. (Rome: Postcart, 2016), 75-93.

    Gunja SenGupta, "Women's Prison Association," "Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl," and "Mammy" in Encyclopedia of women in American history, ed Appleby, Joyce, Eileen Chang, and Neva Goodwin. Routledge, 2015.

    Gunja SenGupta, "Angelina and Sarah Grimke," and "Alice Paul" in Reader's guide to American history, Parish, Peter J., under contract, Routledge, 2013.