Saneea is completing her Master’s in Public History and a graduate certificate in women’s, gender, and sexuality studies at the University of Houston. Her research spans the fields U.S  immigration/migration histories, race & ethnicity, diaspora, and global foodways. She is interested in building upon South Asian histories in the U.S. South through collecting oral histories and archival materials. As a feminist Public Historian, she strives to merge social-justice, community-building, and historical methodologies to actively engage South Asians in the preservation of their stories.