Mohit Manohar is an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts and a PhD Candidate in the History of Art department at Yale University. His dissertation, The City of Gods and Fortune, analyses the architectural and urban history of Daulatabad between the thirteenth and the fifteenth centuries. Mohit’s research has appeared in Muqarnas and catalogs from the Yale Center for British Art and the Indian Institute of Contemporary Arts, Mumbai. His public-facing scholarship has appeared in Live History India. Mohit also writes fiction and his short stories have appeared in Best Debut Short Stories, Nimrod, and The Los Angeles Review, among other venues.