Fellow

Dr. Anita Singh

Anita Singh is a Professor in the Department of English and Co-coordinator of the Centre for Women’s Studies and Development at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. Her areas of interest are Gender Studies and Performance Studies.

She received Fulbright Fellowship in the year 2013.

Her recent edited book is Gender, Space and Resistance: Women and Theatre in India (2013) and co-edited book Revisiting Literary Theory and Criticism: Indian and Western Perspectives. (Eds. Rai, Pandey & Singh, New Delhi, Pencraft International, 2018).

Dr. Sharmila Chhotaray

Research Project: Situating Popular Theatre in varied Social Histories: A Comparative Study of Jatra in Bengal, Odisha, Assam and Tripura

Sharmila is teaching Sociology since 2011 in Tripura University and in Ravenshaw University. She also worked with Archives and Research Centre for Ethnomusicology at American Institute of Indian Studies in Gurgaon. She is a recipient of ICSSR-NEHU post-doctoral program and DAAD grant.

Dr. Satendra Kumar

Satendra Kumar is a Fellow at the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies (IIAS) Shimla. He has a PhD from the Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. He teaches at G. B. Pant Social Science Institute, University of Allahabad. He specialises in the sociology and anthropology of caste, class, development, political cultures, agrarian change, youth and future. His research investigates how marginalized groups understand and engage with democratic politics and the state in contemporary India.

Dr.Bindu Sahni

M.A., M. Phil and Ph. D. (Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi). Her broader area of research is Tribal Studies and Environmental History. In her Doctoral thesis she has worked on “identity formation among the Gujjars of Himachal Pradesh: encounters and challenges in Colonial Period.” She has worked on Gujjar community of Himachal Pradesh.

Dr.Bindu Sahni

M.A., M. Phil and Ph. D. (Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi). Her broader area of research is Tribal Studies and Environmental History. In her Doctoral thesis she has worked on “identity formation among the Gujjars of Himachal Pradesh: encounters and challenges in Colonial Period.” She has worked on Gujjar community of Himachal Pradesh.

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