With a Master of Arts in Social History at University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, I have cultivated a deep understanding of the societal structures, cultural developments, and historical narratives that have shaped human experiences across various epochs. 

My academic journey has equipped me with robust research skills and a nuanced perspective on the interplay between historical events and social dynamics. Passionate about uncovering the stories of everyday people and marginalized communities, I have dedicated my studies to exploring themes such as gender, class, and race within historical contexts. By applying social theories to historical research, I analyze how societal norms and power structures have evolved and influenced social change over time. My background in social history not only enriches my teaching and scholarship but also drives my commitment to fostering a more inclusive and comprehensive understanding of our past, ultimately contributing to contemporary discussions on social change and justice. Currently, I am Working on my dissertation on Social Theories related to Social Change.